Today is Day 4 of the EngageMI Fundraising Challenge. Fourteen days remain. Donate now and make a difference in the lives of people in all four corners of the state.
Reflecting on the life and writing of Rachel Held Evans, the Rev. John Boley urges individuals to study the Bible with a deeper sense of spiritual intimacy.
Embrace is an evangelism resource that equips Christ-followers to share their faith with confidence. It combines personal experience and six essential values. Training is Nov. 1-2 in Dexter.
This historic 157-year-old building spent much of its life storing hops and livestock. But it once was a church and now it is a church once more, thanks to a heroic restoration effort.
Nominations for episcopal endorsement are now being received by The Michigan Delegation. Please send your nomination online or by mail before the November 18th deadline.
Norma J. Kehrberg, a longtime missionary and first woman to lead a major Protestant disaster relief agency, died Oct. 6 at 81.
LANSING, Mich. | October 10, 2019 — We have become aware of an email scam that is targeting United Methodists in specific congregations across the U.S. In most cases, a new email address is being created in the pastor’s name and directed to members of his or her congregation. These fake emails typically ask for… Continue Reading Email scam targets United Methodists
First in. Last out. As UMCOR and UMVIM begin response to Dorian, they continue to bring help and hope to those recovering from storms named Maria, Irma, Harvey, and Michael.
A time of R.E.S.T. for those with the gift of administration gathered at Kettunen Center for the annual MI-AIM Retreat. MI-AIM (Michigan Assistants in Ministry) is an organization that benefits United Methodist church administrators and office professionals through shared knowledge and experiences. MI-AIM is an official chapter of the National Organization, the “Professional Administrators of… Continue Reading Enhance the ministry of administration
Hunger in the United States is affecting fewer households. It’s possible the world could be rid of it by 2030 through focused collaboration, according to the Bread for the World Institute.