Devotional thoughts from the 144th session of the General Board shared by Dr. David Wright.
Rev. Ron McClung shares his journey and thoughts on retirement from full-time ministry.
Encouraging and showing appreciation for those who lead us strengthens everyone for the mission of God.
Resist looking longingly at closed doors or staring up in the sky too long. There is more to do.
Let’s hope our “new pandemic-induced normal” continues to include a fervor for true worship.
Women answering the call to go wherever God leads.
Missionary discovers path to emotional health through recovery ministry and practicing spiritual disciplines.
Sometimes, God chooses to bring about things in our lives that are beyond a doubt, “a miraculous intervention of divine favor.”
In a time of extreme exhaustion and vulnerability, “I had expected judgement, and she gave me grace.”
The true legacy of the life and ministry of Earle L. Wilson are the people who called him pastor, president, general and dad.
Little did I realize that the foundation these men had laid would help provide the support I would need to shepherd me through one of my life’s most difficult moments.
Even with my strong strengths of empathy and connection, I couldn’t always understand Mom.
Mom wondered before she passed away if she had done enough. Yes, she most certainly did.
My to-do list was fully checked off (frame-worthy status), but several things on my priority list had fallen “below the line.”
There may be no better time than now to show love to your neighbor.
I have so much respect for those of you leading the church in some capacity.
The brother of Jesus would tell you that the resurrection was life changing.
The number of people in the seats for Sunday service is not the only measure for success in reaching a community.
Sometimes the Holy Spirit transforms a life instantly. Other times, it happens a little at a time.
A more perfect union isn’t limited to Washington. It can start right where we are.
A lesson on praying bold, specific prayers and expecting God to answer.
What does it look like to go towards the pain? It looks like freedom, healing and resurrection. And, I believe, it looks a lot like Jesus.
I tell you, children and youth ministry workers, you have a special ministry.