While the UMC faces a time of change, UMW commits to keep needs of women and children front and center.
Democracies can turn into dictatorships. The Rev. John Boley summarizes what a history professor, Timothy Snyder, has to say to those who would oppose a slide toward tyranny and authoritarianism.
“If I was still a local church pastor,” says Rev. Jack Harnish, “I would tell my congregation something like this from the pulpit this morning. ‘Take a deep breath.’”
The Rev. Benton Heisler is confident that trust in these three simple truths about God’s goodness will help United Methodists meet the challenges of 2020.
In his first Joyful Journey blog of 2020, Bishop David Bard talks about important tasks before The Michigan Conference of The UMC … ministry work, soul work, and grief work.
Life Around the Table promotes a diet of Food that LAUGHS. How we eat either glorifies God or does not.
The wonders of God’s love are spoken of in the Bible and are experienced by God’s people every day. The Rev. Benton Heisler shares Advent greetings with The Michigan Conference.
Remembering lyrics of Charles Wesley and Bruce Springsteen, Bishop David Bard, reflects on the nature of darkness and light. Looking ahead, he forecasts “The new year will not be dull.”
On World AIDS Day, December 1, The United Methodist Church supports love and acceptance, resources, treatment, and eradication of stigma for those living with HIV/AIDS.
Dwayne Bagley shares a lesson, from his days at Albion United Methodist Church. Carrying the light of God’s love into the world may be messy but it is what humans are called to do.