Blogs and Commentary
Enforced COVID-19 isolation recalls days in prison
The Rev. Thomas Kim reflects on how the enforced isolation recalls his time in prison. While that isolation is hard to take, he writes that it is nearly impossible to take the racism and xenophobia aimed at Asian Americans.
God’s role in times of crisis
Humanity has never found a good explanation for why there is suffering in the world. Why do so many seem to accept that bad answers are better than no answers?
Possible steps after General Conference delay
A global pandemic has postponed General Conference, but the former Judicial Council president argues there is still work that cannot wait a year.
Loss always comes with separation, divorce
North Carolina pastor prays that separating parties in The United Methodist Church can find renewal and peace in division.