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Take a cross walk with Jesus

Elizabeth and Lucy take a walk

In years past, Caledonia United Methodist Church hosted two special Holy Week activities. The need for physical-distancing prompted their pastor to design a new walk for Lent 2020.

A prayer calendar to focus your days

Prayer calendar focuses thought

Use or adapt this 28-day Prayer Calendar as you continue the journey into the Easter Season. Deepening your relationship with God and with each other offers comfort and support at this critical time.

Celebrating Easter at home

Easter egg hunt

Usually, Holy Week involves multiple trips to church for special activities. But this year we look forward to a Stay-at-Home-Easter. That doesn’t mean it can’t be glorious!

Helping our children cope with crisis

Children find love during crisis

School closures and social distancing are presenting both challenges and opportunities to parents and children across the nation. Here are some resources to help navigate new situations.

Lessons from the Wilderness

St. George's Monastery in the wilderness of Israel.

Life-changing things happen in the wilderness. The Rev. Glenn Wagner describes what happened to Jesus and what happened to him in the remote desert in Israel.

RVs on the road for mission

RVs brought these roof-raisers to Lake Michigan

What do retired United Methodists do when they get bored? They take their RVs to a place and fix something. They call themselves NOMADS.

Ten ways to go deeper during Lent

Hands make cross for Lent

The followers of Jesus our now on that annual journey from Ash Wednesday toward Easter. Lent provides an opportunity to relate to God and others in new ways.

Lift them out of loneliness

Man experiences loneliness up against a wall

The Rev. Ray McGee believes no child of God should experience loneliness and despair. He calls the church to care as Jesus cares.

A season for sticking your neck out

This ostrich has a message for the season of Lent

The season of Lent embraces ancient symbols. Here’s a new symbol that puts the focus on thinking outside the box of human experience to encounter God’s truth.

Why a cross of ashes?

Worshipers with ashes on foreheads

On Ash Wednesday pastors dip their thumbs into a bowl of ashes and draw a cross on worshipers’ foreheads. The practice is ancient. Learn why ashes connect people with God.

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