In this op-ed, Rev. Richard Killmer invites United Methodists to learn about an affordable, renewable solar power option for their churches during an October 23 webinar.
Respecting the value of every single human being was a common theme among many Methodist abolitionists, says Rev. Christopher Momany, and it holds true in antiracism work today.
In this op-ed, three Michigan Conference laity offer their Calm approach as a practical roadmap for church leaders to pivot after disaffiliation toward a future of renewed vitality.
How do we begin to heal our nation’s brokenness? Cheryl Bistayi ponders what might happen if we worked together to find solutions rather than shouting at the problems.
In this op-ed, retired pastor Glenn M. Wagner shares from his four decades of pastoral experience significant benefits of the “United” in our UMC.
Rev. Taek Kim reflects on attending Advocacy Day and how he witnessed God working mightily as United Methodists joined in prayer and action on gun safety advocacy.
The Michigan Conference’s Division of Higher Education and Campus Ministry speaks out in solidarity for all Michigan campus ministries and calls on United Methodists across the state to pray for… Continue Reading Ways to support UM campus ministries
Have we made progress in realizing Martin Luther King, Jr.’s dream? Cheryl Bistayi reflects on this question by telling the painful story of her granddaughter’s husband and the racism he… Continue Reading ‘We shall overcome someday’
In this op-ed, retired pastor Jack Harnish believes last week’s North Central Jurisdictional Conference modeled what he believes The United Methodist Church is to become.