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Got some time to give? Volunteer!

Time to volunteer! Making sandwiches at NOAH Project

“Love your neighbor as yourself.” Let those words of Jesus inspire you to invest time that will make a difference in the lives of others.

What’s the point of life?

Woman shrugging shoulders. The point?

Rethink Church affirms that questioning is a good thing. The point is, a good question can be worth a lot. Sometimes more than an answer.

Laity … ministry feature of the month

Boat in the water at dawn inviting laity to board

The website of The Michigan Conference has a large resource section full of creative and practical ideas, programs, and materials. This month we feature what’s available about ministry for the laity.

Reads just right for summer

woman reads in the grass

Find your next favorite book! United Methodist Publishing House shares some great, new reads on topics of life and faith. Just right for summer. 

Called by God to the margins

Margaret and Joel both followed God to the margins. Third in a series of stories, “Passing the Mantle,” about Michigan people called into ministry.

The tattooed evangelist

Man in prayer with Bible preparing to be an evangelist.

An evangelist driving a tow truck? A woman with a stalled car learns the Gospel may be shared in unexpected ways.

Faith on the big screen

Get some popcorn at the movies.

Grab some popcorn and settle in. Summer movies provide a wonderful opportunity to think about and discuss our faith journeys.

Help children leave detention now

People with heart shaped posters

The U.S. government is holding over 2,000 children in Homestead, FL. The Board of Church and Society suggests these steps.

Spring disaster response continues

Serving meal to disaster relief volunteers

United Methodist conferences and congregations are ramping up their response to the many disasters that occurred around the country this spring. UMCOR is supporting their efforts at clean-up and assistance.

Father’s Day has Methodist roots

Dad and daughter outside doing puzzle.

The origins of Father’s Day date back to 1908. Two Methodist churches a continent apart — one in Washington and one in West Virginia — claim the honor of starting the holiday for dads.

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