If Jesus being king doesn't mean that things turn out well for everyone, what does it mean?
Selected posts from around our network of affiliated bloggers
Since the election I've had to face the fact that I don’t want to see God in people who disagree with me.
I've been told that I do not belong, that I should go back to my own country. But I'm not alone, and we're not alone.
Today, I have a task as a father of daughters—and as one who preaches the gospel of hope.
Most of us are guilty of using words like progressive and conservative to divide between us and them. Can we do better?
God has “crowned human beings with glory and honor.” This is important to hear amid the demeaning rhetoric of these disheartening days.
Arguments about common concerns are most likely to be compelling in person—but that doesn't stop us from trying to make them on social media.
Every time I see Cleveland's baseball mascot, I think of the Sand Creek Massacre—and the two Methodist leaders behind it.
For a long time I sat with Mary at Jesus' tomb—sad, weeping, hopeless.
The college students I teach are right to be disappointed by the current political system. Can they help us move beyond it?