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Wesleyans left a mark on hotel staff in Buffalo. Jo Anne Lyon reflects on a conversation she had with a hotel bellhop.
In observance of National Women's Day, this post by Dr. Jo Anne Lyon suggests how a toilet can bring dignity and opportunities to women in some of the most poverty stricken areas in the world.
As we Wesleyans often say, immigration is an issue, but immigrants are people. We must always remind ourselves that these situations impact real people—our brothers and sisters in Christ.
Jo Anne Lyon examines the important role churches play in emergency response efforts worldwide. These efforts have been illustrated most recently following Nepal's devastating earthquake.
Acts 2 in an Iowa Firehouse led by Lois Williams, a 93-year-old retired Hospice Chaplain #MadeNewGatherings
I was stunned to see the strong beginning of this particular discipline. Scripture is rich with examples of pastoral theology.
The city was very noisy in every way imaginable. The street was very crowded with people and stalls selling food and trinkets. There were hotels blaring signs that looked rather suspicious...
What if we returned to the creed with more intentionality? What if we countered the trend toward shallowness by using a tried and true creed to center us on the non-negotiables?
I stood before that painting with eyes filled with tears. The courage of this woman to proclaim the gospel in a place of persecution! The faith of this woman to know Jesus and...
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I can’t get away from the prophetic words of Joel that are repeated by Peter at Pentecost: “I will pour out my Spirit on all people.”
I was staying at a simple yet well-furnished guesthouse owned by one of the church members. It was the kind of housing that appealed to the young adventurer from...