Church finance expert Bonnie Ives Marden shares a step-by-step process of creating a narrative budget, a powerful and effective tool for stewardship, evangelism, and marketing.
A busy mother talks about why she and her kids overcome the temptation to be “Mattress Methodists” on Sunday morning.
Michigan has five United Methodist church camp and retreat sites for a camper of any age. Learn what’s happening for you, your family, and friends.
Back from a national training event, the Rev. Peggy Paige, a newly certified Rural Chaplain, is now ready to serve to foster health in rural communities of Michigan.
A new school year can be exciting or scary–or both. Help make that transition easier by praying and giving thanks for the people in our schools and classrooms.
This episode of Leading Ideas Talks features a conversation with Carla Works about the leadership lessons inspired by biblical women.
The Rev. Glenn Wagner calls Jesus “a lineman,” and invites us to grasp the power of Christ’s sacrificial love and revolutionary practice of forgiveness.
“Not many friendly churches are truly hospitable,” says Caleb Williams. “When it comes to modern church-shoppers, friendly doesn’t cut it anymore.”
Jarrod Davis says, “I’m pretty sure I learned more about church at a BBQ pit than I did at seminary.” Here are his memories of Ebenezer UMC in North Carolina.
Everyone has a favorite hymn or two. Kay DeMoss shares the story of one she loves; a piece of Great Lakes’ history that continues to challenge and inspire us today.