I remain committed to the love of God and neighbor and the common good. And I will boldly accept the power God gives to resist evil and injustice in this world, as you did, Dr. King.
The birth of a child is a miracle with meaning, which is why we champion the belief that “Children Matter Most.”
What can we learn from events of conflict like this one?
What does it mean for Indiana clergy to invest in and foster respectful relational leadership?
The message will be shared across local television stations on December 20 and 24.
Bishop Trimble reflects on the results of the 2020 U.S. elections and what it means moving forward.
Bishop Trimble shares a poem about the 2020 election, as well as an update about staying safe amid the pandemic.
Bishop Trimble reminds United Methodists to 'stay awake' and 'fully rely on God.'
Bishop Trimble: Hunger disproportionately hits children of color. People of faith must stand up. GalleryBishop, Bishop LP, Blog, Central District News, Children and Youth LP, East District News, Home Page, Local Church, Mission and Justice Ministry Blog, Mission and Justice Ministry LP, Newsroom, North Central District News, North District News, Northeast District News, Northwest District News, South District News, Southeast District News, Southwest District News, Speeches, Sermons and Writings, Uncategorized, West District News
Bishop Trimble encourage faith communities to use their voice, as well as their vote, to help end child hunger.
A poem by Bishop Trimble.