Family gatherings and traditions can sometimes cause tension. This pastor reminds us that Jesus was not without family baggage himself.
Now in a new role of “Poppa,” the Rev. Glenn Wagner takes a practical and biblical look at what it means to join the ranks of the 70 million people grandparenting in the U.S. today.
Lord’s Mountain Orphanage in Zambia is an EngageMI ministry partner. Buildings were constructed by gifts of the West Michigan Conference. Hope is built by God’s love.
United Methodist responses to the annual wildfires in California include immediate help and longer-term efforts to tend to the needs of those who’ve been through traumatic events.
On November 13 at a ceremony held at Hope United Methodist Church in Southfield, MI, the Rev. Dr. Anthony Shipley was presented with the Francis Asbury Award for his contributions to higher education.
The second in a series encouraging good physical health of pastors and parishioners across Michigan. Move more and thrive!
As Esther rose up to lead in “such a time as this,” these men and women rose up in 2019 in response to God’s call to serve in a stressful time.
On August 3, 1990, President George H. W. Bush declared November as Native American Heritage Month. United Methodist Mary T. Newman, of Cherokee descent, shares why this is important.
A drive on a country road leads to a deeper appreciation for Michigan’s farmers, affected by the winds of weather and change.
A group called NEXUS recently visited Detroit but they were not sight-seers. They were there serving as Volunteers in Mission and they went to work uncovering the sidewalks of the Tiny Home Town.