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Hope, Through Red Eyes

Hope, Through Red Eyes

By Suanne Ware-Diaz, Kiowa Native American UMC of Southern California As a cradle Methodist, I’d been nourished on scripture from my earliest years with verses and whole chapters committed to memory. Stories of Joseph with His Coat of Many Colors, Daniel in the Lion’s...
Hope, Through Red Eyes

Love Lives Here for and by People with Disabilities

By Deaconess Sharon McCart, Chair, Cal-Pac DisAbility Ministries Task Force, and Vice Chair, DisAbility Ministries Committee of The United Methodist Church In Genesis 1:27a, we read, “God created humanity in God’s own image, in the divine image God created them….”...
Hope, Through Red Eyes

Meaning in the Reading of Scripture

By Rev. Dr. Kah-Jin Jeffrey Kuan President Claremont School of Theology at Willamette University I grew up in a Methodist church in Malaysia and spent a lot of time at church. I grew up loving the Bible and attended regular Bible study as a youth. We did a lot of...
Hope, Through Red Eyes

Scripture, difficult conversations, and diversity

“There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.” [Galatians 3:28, CEB] One of the favorite classes I teach during confirmation is the Wesley Quadrilateral. I use a wind chime as a...

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