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Hold on closings and complaints

Thomas Bickerton

“We need to settle ourselves down and breathe and allow the breath of God to take us to this next stage,” said Bishop Thomas Bickerton, regarding complaints and church closings.

Traditionalist event draws big crowd

Chris Ritter is a proponent of the traditionalist approach

Those gathered in Alabama around a Traditionalist church considered a future that’s, “a season of messiness, a season of building, that’s also an opportunity.”

Nominations open for 2020 Denman Award

The Michigan Annual Conference is now accepting nominations for The Harry Denman Evangelism Award for Clergy, Lay, and Youth. The Harry Denman Evangelism Awards honor United Methodists in each annual conference whose exceptional ministry of evangelism. Each year Annual Conferences join The Foundation for Evangelism to recognize one youth, one clergy, and one layperson in… Continue Reading Nominations open for 2020 Denman Award

NCJ recommends election of one bishop

The bishops who serve the NCJ

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS…In a meeting last week in Chicago, the North Central Jurisdiction (NCJ) Committee on the Episcopacy and the NCJ College of Bishops have proposed to only elect one bishop during the NCJ Quadrennial Meeting, July 15-18 in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The two groups have agreed to form a task force to make recommendations on… Continue Reading NCJ recommends election of one bishop

The power of love and compassion

DeeDee rescued through power of love

Love makes a difference. Rev. Elizabeth Hill, Superintendent of the Heritage District, talks about her family’s experience with rescue dogs.

Retired pastor gives a toot

Paul and the Four Guys give a toot

Rev. Paul Donelson, a retired United Methodist pastor, has always loved music. Now he and three others make joyful noises in the eastern end of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.

Living in bittersweet days

Bittersweet grows in Michigan

The Michigan Conference Board of Laity met and Lay Leader Anne Soles described it as bittersweet. “Bitter that we talk of uncertainty. Sweet in the pulse of new ideas for the pews.”

Help your congregation be ready

Pray. Study. Serve. Give. These are ways your congregation can prepare for General Conference 2020, meeting in Minneapolis, May 5-15.

January MImagazine ready to print

news to share

MImagazine presents the top news of each month in a printable, easy to share format. Here is the first edition of the New Year.

Bracelets for the Bahamas

Olivia made bracelets for mission

Olivia Hoffman received a certificate of appreciation from the United Methodist Committee on Relief for raising money for Hurricane Recovery.

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