“We are not called to do it alone.” Carol Blair Bouse encourages local churches to network with others when disasters come to their communities.
People are hungry for relationships. The Rev. Dirk Elliott says, “Maybe now more than any time in our past, we need to find ways to connect and build relationships with people.” Here’s how.
Resources from the United Methodist Foundation of Michigan help nurture a culture of generosity.
Words matter. United Methodist Communications helps us better understand the use of the words Hispanic, Latino, and Latinx as we enter Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month.
Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month is celebrated annually between September 15 and October 15. Here are resources that will help your church participate in this observance.
Amplify Media is a streaming service of the United Methodist Publishing House that allows churches unlimited video access to resources that encourage deeper discipleship.
Cultivate and expand your skills and resource your ministry with a grant from the Michigan Conference Board of Laity. Apply before October 1, 2021.
Connecting justice and evangelism is just one of the topics explored at this year’s REACH Summit, online and in-person October 22-23, from Sycamore Creek Church.
It’s a natural assumption that deaf and hard-of-hearing people have no interest in music, writes the Rev. Leo Yates Jr. He encourages churches to consider the musical contributions that community could make to a worship service.
“The offering is not a transactional experience – it should be transcendent,” says Desie Delve Scheuermann. She suggests five ways to stay ahead of the summer slump in giving.