The Rev. Kathy Pittenger, Michigan Conference Children’s Initiatives Coordinator, publishes a monthly newsletter to enhance your ministries. Have you subscribed?
Bishop Kenneth L. Carder has written a book about caring for dementia sufferers based on his tenure as a chaplain at a memory care center and personal experience as a caregiver.
Aiming is always important in life when shooting an arrow, writing a book, or loving people like Jesus loved people. His target was always incredible love.
Assessment tools like Myers-Briggs and DiSC help people grow in self-understanding. Enneagram is an ancient process that opens spiritual doors and deepens faith.
Coaches training begins next week. This is a great opportunity to enhance your personal and professional life while helping others by asking deep-diving questions to encourage new perspectives.
Christianity is about friendship. Making friends was how the first followers of Jesus grew into what we now call church.
Munising is a town on the southern shore of Lake Superior. Lighthouses are a very familiar sight in the neighborhood, and those great beacons have some enlightening lessons to teach.
Whether attending the theater or streaming at home, it’s helpful to have a resource to guide you through the plot, the characters, and the themes of the movie.
A memory of beloved grandparents and the story about a shepherd and one lost sheep offer clues about who God is, how God loves, and what God expects of us.
Lewis Center for Church Leadership reports the number of U.S. elders under age 35 has declined for three straight years.