Phil Collins Visits the Texas State Library and Archives

Well I started off when I was five years old probably. Living in England to black and white television set in the corner of the living room sparked into life and what business King the Wild Frontier was on and Fess Parker he was probably near the end to the Continue Reading

United Methodist Beliefs: Saints

♪♪ ♪♪ Occasionally someone will ask me if we believe in saints in the United Methodist Church. And I say, ‘Of course we do.’ We don’t canonize people in our tradition. We don’t really have recognized saints. But I’ve known saints. They are people who have been role models for Continue Reading

Attacks on rabbi’s home, Christian church prompt questions about hate crimes

NICK SCHIFRIN: This weekend, two violent attacks on separate congregations, one Jewish in New York, the other Christian in Texas. They are the latest in what some fear is a rise in violence targeting religious groups in which houses meant to be sanctuaries no longer feel safe. In Monsey, New Continue Reading