Psalm 139 helps Chaplain Jan Johnson express her experience blessing families in the “COVID-19 wilderness” of Mercy Hospital in Muskegon.
The risk of spreading coronavirus has brought about many changes in daily life, including how people and their loved ones handle grieving together.
Reared and schooled in Michigan, he was the first Methodist missionary to China. His stay was short but his legacy lives on. Meet the Rev. Judson D. Collins.
In order to provide spiritual support during the COVID-19 outbreak, The Upper Room is offering free resources online.
“Discombobulating” is one word the Rev. Glenn Wagner uses to describe our current times. He then offers tips and tools for coping with the challenges of life in the shadow of COVID-19.
Here are a dozen ideas for changing our behaviors for the good of the earth while we engage in physical distancing at home and outdoors.
After six weeks of stay-at-home, many parents and children’s workers feel stretched thin. Rev. Kathy Pittenger offers reassurance saying, “You are enough.”
She was born at the time of the last great pandemic. Today, Lucille Ellson does not worry because, as a United Methodist, she learned to stay with God and stay strong.
The promise of Easter is that life is stronger than death. That is a welcome spring message in the midst of a global pandemic.
No one knew what was in store when students headed back to school in the fall of 2019. Pastor Dan Hart offers a prayer for education in Michigan during the season of COVID-19.