By Joey Rodil
By Melody Aberin and Rev. Stephen Lee
By Rev. Dr. Kari Tolppanen
By Rev. Kit Novotny
By Matt Berryman
By Rev. Liam Hooper
By Rev. Alka Lyall
I wish Methodists well and hope they will study the entire Bible, not just selected verses that damn so very many good Christians.
One of the things that is happening, for many people today, is that we are taught to expect that the Bible is only going to refer to heterosexual couples, when it comes to sexually or romantically intimate relationships.
We are called to stretch harder, push the boundaries, hold uncomfortable positions…
Allow me to shine a light on three key issues
Let us lift up our holy sister, Ginny Mikita, join hands in solidarity, and pray for the liberation of our leaders.
This can’t be solidarity with the One to whom Mary sang in Her Magnificat…
I want to proclaim with my love, that intolerance and hatred are incompatible with Christian teaching.
For that cause I choose to error on the side of love and compassion.
Jesus will always remain new when we invite ALL of our neighbors to the table.
By Jarell Wilson: God is calling us to a new way of doing things.
“Who is your family?” can be an uncomfortable—if not downright triggering—question for many of us.
By Rev. Dave Barnhart: This kind of Biblical and historical consciousness is necessary for people involved in justice work.
By Jarell Wilson: This Holy Saturday, let us set our hands to aid the One who made all things in birthing something new.
By Rev. Dave Barnhart, It’s important that LGBTQ Christians and their allies learn these biblical themes, and spread them far and wide.
When I take this understanding of angels seriously, the story of Sodom and Gomorrah finally makes sense.