Some good news…

Donald Haynes

Donald W. Haynes

We’ve been talking with several of the folks who have written for UMR in the past, and I’m pleased to announce that Dr. Donald Haynes has agreed to keep writing for us.  Dr. Haynes’s Wesleyan Wisdom has been a regular feature of the print United Methodist Reporter, and many of his faithful readers have been asking him to write a blog in the wake of UMR’s announced closing. We are so happy that he has agreed to write for the newly revised UnitedMethodistReporter.com.

We are still talking with other columnists, as well as some new voices to add to the UMR family. We very much want to represent a broad assortment of voices thinking about life together in our church. Be watching in the days ahead as we expand our roster of regular commentators.

Jay Voorhees, Former Executive Editor

The Rev. Jay Voorhees is the Executive Editor of The United Methodist Reporter and the Chief Creative Officer for CircuitWriter Media LLC which operates this site and MethoBlog.com. Jay is an ordained elder in the Tennessee Annual Conference. Jay has written on life and the practice of faith in The United Methodist Church at Only Wonder Understands since 2003.

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