Frederick Buechner’s writings nurtured a whole generation of preachers and writers, including many United Methodists, by his creative and careful use of words in communicating the precious gifts of life.
Joseph Yoo digs into his Anglican roots and discovers how ancient prayers and creeds have a powerful effect on the present.
Betty Hinshaw, a United Methodist, recently donated 25 acres to the Northwest Arkansas Land Trust, which will restore native grasses and improve habitat for grassland-dependent birds.
When you experience dry spiritual spells, try these five practices to reconnect to the Spirit of God.
Where is home? Writer Sondra Willobee has found it in a number of places, including canoeing on the Huron River accompanied by God’s creation.
As Christians, we’re called to follow Jesus, for he is the primary influencer over our lives empowering us and shaping how we respond to whatever comes our way.
Attendees reflect on their experiences at this year’s Annual Conference, feeling renewed and inspired as they return home to their places of ministry.
Ryan Dunn writes on the relationship between our Christian faith and resilience when facing adversity and stress. RYAN DUNN Rethink Church We all know resilience is a necessity for bouncing… Continue Reading How faith builds your resilience skills
Awards and recognitions were given to individuals and congregations at the 2022 Michigan Annual Conference in honor of outstanding service.
Lester and Debbie Dornon, United Methodist missionaries serving in Nepal, will visit Michigan churches from July 2-15, 2022.