Our Father
by: Ernest Lyght and Johnathan Keaton

Ernest Lyght and Johnathan Keaton are fathers and United Methodist Bishops who have come together to share their firsthand experience of the responsibilities, trials, and joys of fatherhood. READ MORE >

Embracing an Aching Heart
Addressing the Horrors of Human Traffickings
By: Jennifer Brooks

A massive underground network of slavery cloaked in darkness and drenched in despair exists in our world today. Human trafficking is the second largest and fastest growing criminal industry in the world. This modern day slavery is a global problem and the United Nations believes it has reached epidemic proportions over the past decade. The Body of Christ cannot remain silent while countless victims suffer unimaginable brutality. READ MORE >

New Wine, New Wineskins
How African American Congregations Can Reach New Generations
By: F. Douglas Powe Jr.

Author, Douglas Powe suggests that the African American church, while once the bedrock of the community, is no longer on the radar for many. During the Civil Rights movement African American churches initiated and even shaped transformation for an entire country, well beyond their own walls. In this post-Civil Rights era the power of many African American churches remains mired in the assumptions and practices of the past, thereby making them invisible to their surrounding communities. READ MORE >

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