Historic Civil Rights Voices Still Speak on Faith-Based Website

Visit soundtheology.com: "The historical religion programs in this collection came from the archives, library shelves, and back rooms of many organizations. Faith groups represented...

Standing with Standing Rock, Part One

By Kristina Gonzalez | Director of Leadership Development for an Inclusive Church Part 1: Mni Wiconi, Water is Life Early morning in North Dakota is dark...

Meet the new faces at Jamaa Letu!

By Barbara Dadd Shaffer | Photos by Jamaa Letu Orphanages Rosine Maruv Kayombo will now serve as the new director at the girls’ Jamaa Letu...

Stories of Pain and Hope

Lenten Soup Supper Series: Stories of Pain and Hope By The Rev. Nancy Ferree-Clark As the congregation of Federal Way United Methodist Church, we believe that storytelling...

Standing With Standing Rock, Part 2

By Kristina Gonzalez | Director of Leadership Development for an Inclusive Church Part 2: Standing With At the writing of this article, the sacred fire burns still...

Immigration Ministry This Month

The arrival of 200 immigrants to the Federal Detention Center in SeaTac, extreme enforcement which separates children from parents, and House Speaker Paul Ryan's announcement of immigration debate offers us new incentive this month to educate, speak out, and organize on behalf of our neighbors.

In Relationship: Caring for OUR children in the Congo

By Jesse N. Love May 17, 2016 | Portland, Ore. A young woman who is wearing beautiful garb from Africa graces the stage. Wiping tears from...

Christmas Institute PNW: Out of the Shadows, Into the Light

This year's Christmas Institute explored the 'shadows' of our spiritual lives while bringing others onto a path with Christ.  CI-PNW was on December 26-30,...

8 ways Churches can respond to the separation of asylum-seeking families: Choose (at least)...

Sharing how she can get "overwhelmed by feelings of anger and sadness" as she hears the stories of families who were separated as they entered the US, Rev. Lyda Pierce reminds us of the importance of action in countering such feelings. She also shares a new toolkit with 8 ways faith communities can respond.

Why I am a United Methodist

Social Justice & Holiness: Why I am a United Methodist By Toan Van Nguyen My name is Toan Van Nguyen, I have three children: two girls and...

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