“Being upset, tired, and worn without action will get us nowhere,” says Pastor Albert Rush. He invites everyone to “stay in the fight.”
It will take more than good intention to dismantle institutional racism in The Michigan Conference says the Rev. Dwayne Bagley.
The Rev. Dr. Jennifer Browne reflects on the hymn, “Are Ye Able,” and concludes, “I don’t feel able … certainly not by myself.”
The prophet Isaiah celebrates God’s vision for peace. The Rev. Glenn Wagner contrasts that with the “seemingly endless cycle of gun violence in the U.S. “
In this month’s Joyful Journey, Bishop David Bard says, “In the midst of life, we are in death.” Then he proclaims with joy, ” Death is real, so, too, resurrection.”
Deacons are ordained to Word, Service, Compassion, and Justice. They have been living out their call to connect the Church and the world for the past 25 years.
During Lent, virtual worship was a tool used by Williamston United Methodist Church to listen to three powerful and prophetic Black preachers in Atlanta and Washington, D.C.
It is important to fully embrace and live out of what happened in a manger in Bethlehem and a garden tomb in Jerusalem.
The Rev. Derek Kubilus, United Methodist pastor in Uniontown, OH, hosts the podcast, Cross Over Q, in an effort to debunk misinformation from QAnon.
As the church emerges from COVID, young adult ministries offers a spirit of experimentation and learning that will help build and grow the Michigan Conference.