Young people from around the United Methodist connection, including one from Michigan, reflect on the ‘life-changing’ Youth 2023, held in Florida.
Back-to-school time is exciting but can also produce anxiety. Beth Pelkey, Northern Skies Co-District Lay Leader, shares some creative ways we can help our friends and neighbors.
Following Jesus’ example, we are called to extend rigorous compassion to anyone suffering and graciously recognize the imago dei in all persons, even those who do harm.
What is your dry bones story, and will you share it? Rev. Brian West says it’s worth the risk, and someone needs you to take the leap.
Sondra Willobee takes to the rivers to find moments of God-time—kairos—where God breaks into our humdrum experience and finds us waiting.
Retired pastor John E. Harnish reflects on how the model of Chautauqua should inspire churches to speak to the intellect and mind as well as the soul and spirit.
Retired pastor Glenn Wagner shares important lessons learned through an heirloom player piano about living faithfully with life’s tensions.
God can transform our mistakes into something beautiful, says Rev. Faith Timmons, and this is the message many people need to hear. So, how will you share this good news?
Too many ministry tasks await us, but Rev. Margie Crawford asks us to put distractions aside and focus on spreading good news.
Reminded of the death of a dear friend, Sondra Willobee reflects on what her friend taught her about meeting grief with grace and courage while waiting for peace to come.