Two newly hatched turtles, Dot and Dash, set marine biologist pastor, Dottie Yunger, pondering the theological values behind Earth Day.
With farms, homes, and businesses literally underwater, residents of Hamburg, Iowa are finding strength through the church and the community.
Relationships heal. That’s the focus of this second article in a series about WV churches dealing with the opioid crisis.
Her experience of Lake Michigan Camp began in the 1980s. Part of the Jackson First UMC Family group since 2007, she looks forward to another summer.
The national opioid epidemic may seem like a losing battle, but United Methodist churches in West Virginia are offering hope.
Some individuals and congregations are coping with stress in the wake of the 2019 General Conference. Here are some resources that may help resolve conflict.
From disaster relief to crop security, the United Methodist Committee on Relief provides well-implemented and faith-based assistance to all God’s people.
The Rev. Sue Pethoud, a Michigan Conference deacon serving the Detroit Cass Community, shares in a blog posted by GCOSROW.
Michigan Volunteers in Mission (MVIM) highlights these Discover Mission opportunities to serve, both in the state and out of the country, during the next year.
GC 2019 ended days ago. Now the people of The United Methodist Church are invited to pause and reflect on how the movement continues.