A great grandfather’s workbench continues to serve the next generations of the Heisler family. Today, “Papa” provides starter sets and lessons in what tool is right to do the job.
In this month’s blog, Home Words Bound, the Rev. Benton Heisler recalls life on the farm in Indiana and ponders the future of The United Methodist Church.
As we move toward Easter and the promise of new life, the Rev. Benton Heisler encourages all to keep focused on the essentials that unite us in God through Jesus Christ.
The Rev. Benton Heisler looks back on his childhood relationship with Aunt Peggy. She nurtured in him a love of scripture and a desire to share God’s grace with others.
Rev. Benton Heisler explains that no matter how many miles we travel from home, in joy and in discouragement, God is there to take us in and show us love.
Bishop David Bard invites all Michigan clergy and laity to join him for Connectional Conversations focused on the three plans that could shape the future of The United Methodist Church.
In this edition of Home Words Bound, the Rev. Benton Heisler overcomes anxiety with hope and looks forward to thanksgiving.
The Rev. Benton Heisler shares why he and his entire family believe in Christian camping. Registration is now open for the nine United Methodist camps and affiliate sites in Michigan.
United Methodists in the state have come through a year of change. Now January 1, 2019 is the official “first day” of the new Michigan Conference.
As a new camping season begins, the 2019 Michigan Annual Conference reaffirmed its strong commitment to United Methodist Camping after three difficult years of operation by the Board of Directors.