This is the second installment of thoughts on the book, The Twentysomething Soul: Understanding the Religious and Secular Lives of American Young Adults, (Oxford, 2019). See the previous post if you’d like to see the start. I now consider what the authors
The Council of Bishops have gathered in Dallas for the latest round of discussions about United Methodism’s future. We eagerly and anxiously await a word. Many United Methodist are praying for wisdom for our leaders, for good outcomes, for unity.
(Occupied with other matters, I have not posted on this blog in a long time. The following is a sermon I preached recently in the chapel at Perkins School of Theology for the Course of Study School. I occasionally say
Memorial Day weekend and a family reunion with the graveside service of a brother has given me pause. This morning during my prayer time, it hit me that I have been engaged in the ministry for now more than 40
The Apostle Paul confesses in Romans 7:18, “I can will what is right, but I cannot do it.” Saint Paul apparently struggled with New Years resolutions like the rest of us! Yet, one of the points of deepest confusion, even