Joel Wortley led Michigan United Methodist Camping during a time of transition. Now the search begins for an Executive Director.
Those who enjoy working with young people have until October 4 to apply for the role of Coordinator of Youth Ministries Development for The Michigan Conference.
A judge dismissed Ded Rranxburgaj’s suit against the government. The “Let Ded Stay” effort continues in the face of deportation.
The view of a General or Jurisdictional delegate focuses largely on politics of voting. But God’s Word informs these decisions.
Kim Bos heard her first calls into ministry at the MSU Wesley Foundation. Now she helps students at FSU Wesley House explore what they believe.
Best wishes to two Conference employees who are in transition. Are you good with numbers and with people, too? Consider these two job openings on the Michigan Conference staff.
As Michigan’s city of 100,000 enters its fifth year without clean water, Flint: The Poisoning of an American City, premieres at the Capitol Theater in Flint on September 12, 2019.
Yeo, Nathan and Samantha are now in ministry in Detroit. Kathryn is serving in Kalamazoo. These four young adult missionaries continue a strong US-2 tradition in the Michigan Area.
Coaching can turn obstacles into opportunities and frustrations into goals. The first of two tiers of training launches this October. Be among the first to register.
It’s fall so it is time to get ready for a new year of mission. EngageMI helps mission leaders raise awareness, give dollars and put hands to work with neighbors.