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Faith to hang on and keep going

In this month’s Joyful Journey, Bishop David Bard shares about a squirrel hanging onto a branch in the wind. It reminds him how faith and trust in Christ hold us together.

Church school lesson comes alive

Lesson comes alive for Aubrey

A great-grandmother reports how the Linden United Methodist church blessed and was blessed by a faith-filled young disciple named Aubrey, who took the church school lesson seriously.

Hymnal Committee seeks your material

Infant Baptism

The Hymnal Revision Committee is asking creative people to submit new materials for possible inclusion in the next UM Hymnal.

Vowing to resist evil and injustice

United Methodists are sent into the world to engage in the struggle for reconciliation.

What is expected of godparents?

Have you been asked to be a godparent for a child. What does that invitation mean?

Original sin or original blessing?

In his blog, Monday Memo, the Rev. Jack Harnish looks at the contrast between self-reliance and God-dependence.

Remember your Baptism

In this, “Drinking the Cup,” Rev. John Boley encourages all to remember who and whose they are.

Thirsty in Detroit

Faith and the public sphere come together in this report of the water crisis in the City of Detroit.

Baptism is thicker than water

Rev. Dan Dick, Assistant to the Bishop of the Wisconsin Area, reflects on division and unity within The United Methodist Church.

Baptismal vows resist evil

In his “Monday Memo” of March 14,  Rev. Jack Harnish views the 2016 political campaign through vows made at Baptism.