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About knowing God’s will

Telescope pointed into clouds

Reflecting on the experiences of his life and ministry, Rev. Jack Harnish ponders the complexities of knowing the divine will.

Growing in the dark during Lent

Green sprout growing from seed

March 6 is Ash Wednesday, a time to enter dark places of life to declutter and create space for miracles.

The Joyful Journey

Loom with colorful threads

In this month’s blog, The Joyful Journey, Bishop David A. Bard remembers a Grammy-winning song and views the 2019 General Conference as a tapestry rich in the love of God.

Rural group concerned about GC2019

Three crosses stand above a country church

A group representing the interests of United Methodist rural congregations has sent a letter of concern to GC 2019 delegates. 

3 realities facing GC2019

Hands hold up Cross and Flame

As GC2019 approaches, one church consultant reminds The United Methodist Church that families’ love for one another helps transcend disagreements.

Heritage District dialog

District Superintendent Elizabeth Hill serves Communion

At the beginning of a new year, the superintendent of the Heritage District finds ancient wisdom about community to be good counsel for Michigan disciples.

Equal on paper, unequal in life

Balance

Dawn Wiggins Hare asks, “Do you share and live the message of Christ that women and men are created equally in the image of God?”

2019 appointive challenges – part 1

2018 Appointive Cabinet

The Appointive Cabinet just finished a week-long retreat. Clergy Assistant John Boley reflects on the trends, challenges, joys and realities of the appointment making process.

The fire next time

Children at a Climate Vigil at the 2016 General Conference

Advent is a time to focus on how humans have failed in the God-given duty to care for God’s creation.

Time to renew your heart

Bible with cross and chalice

In his latest blog “Home Words Bound,” the Rev. Benton Heisler reminds us of ten questions John Wesley asked to encourage his followers to journey toward wholeness, then and now.