Advent is a time to focus on how humans have failed in the God-given duty to care for God’s creation.
The Nutcracker is a seasonal favorite, but a United Methodist pastor says we can see it in a new way through the lens of faith.
We listen. We hum. We sing along. But how much do we know about our favorite songs of the season?
On this month’s Joyful Journey, Bishop David Alan Bard considers the true focus of Advent. He encourages each person to “let your soul rest in the amazing Love of God.”
Bishop David Bard encourages The Michigan Conference to share hope and love this Advent season through generous contributions to UMCOR’s disaster relief efforts around the world and across the state.
“Are you King of the Jews?” Jack Harnish ponders Pilate’s question on the day known as Christ the King Sunday.
Families often dread the frenetic race to Christmas. This new online resource keeps the focus on the coming of Christ.
Can’t face making another gingerbread house?? UMCOM offers ways for families to keep Jesus the focus of the Advent season this year.
Advent starts December 2nd. If you want to preserve the integrity of the season in song, here are five Advent hymns set to more familiar Christmas tunes.
Advent is six weeks away. It’s not too late to order resources to reach out to your congregation and community during this 2018 holiday season.