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It’s time for Mark Tooley to stop bullying Stanley Hauerwas and other pacifists

Galatians 5:20 says that the works of the sinful nature include “enmities, strife, jealousy, anger, quarrels, dissensions, [and] factions.” These things are no less detrimental to Biblical Christian holiness than fornication, adultery, and other sexual sins. And they have become the poisonous porneia of many Christians arguing on the Internet (including myself). This is why […]

How the Holy Spirit Made Me an Accessory to 1000 Hate Crimes ( and How I Hope to Clear Our Names) by Guest Blogger Chris Jorgensen

My thanks go to my classmate Chris Jorgensen for allowing me to share her words and to the Pastors and staff at Church of the Village for being a voice for those who for too long have had none. Thank you so much for allowing me to share this here. Accessory: In Criminal Law, contributing […]

A Letter from Rev. Stephen Heiss to Bishop Mark Webb

I want to extend my very sincere thanks to my friend Rev. Stephen Heiss for his permission to re-post this  letter to our Bishop Mark Webb. As a Certified Candidate for ministry in the United Methodist Church I also operate and work under the same Book of Discipline as do Rev. Stephen Heiss and Bishop Mark Webb. I myself believe that John […]

Ray Foss is my hero!

I just wanted to take a moment to give a shout out to a guy who inspires me. Ray Foss, a Methodist lawyer and active layperson from New Hampshire, has been on twitter every single night for the past week and a half sending up well over a hundred shoutouts to Jesus. I realize that […]

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New Social Network for Christians ‘Hizby’ is Launched in Brazil, Thousands Signing Up

A new Christian-based social network has been officially launched recently by the Wesleyan Methodist Church in Porto Velho (RO), Brazil. “Hizby,” which …

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#ngac12 Methodist conference stimulates Athens economy in slow time #UMC

The annual meeting of the North Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church was in Athens last week, and with it came …