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Living a life of trust

Trust between father and son

Rev. Glenn Wagner turns to scripture, history, and experience to describe the value of a life lived out of trust rather than deceit.

Let’s talk about the Bible

Bible and coffee

Lent begins next week on Ash Wednesday. It’s a time to expand your thinking about God and yourself. Let’s Talk About the Bible podcasts help do just that.

Bethlehem from different angles

Looking at the angles of travel to Bethlehem

Did you attend a Christmas pageant this season? How close do you think those bathrobe-clad actors came to capturing the royal birth in Bethlehem? Rev. Glenn Wagner takes us back to that first Christmas.

Scripture key in WCA discipline

WCA meets on future of church

The WCA has released a first draft of Doctrines and Discipline, toward the possible creation of a new, traditionalist church.

Feeding God’s people

Feeding neighbors with a Food Box

The Rev. Jerome Devine thanks Michigan congregations for the many generous ways they are loving and feeding their hungry neighbors.

What happened to ‘Amen’?

Congregation saying Amen!

All hymns once ended with, “Amen.” Not so now, and the Rev. Margie Crawford would like to see that change.

Reclaiming spiritual intimacy

BIblical intimacy requires quiet

Reflecting on the life and writing of Rachel Held Evans, the Rev. John Boley urges individuals to study the Bible with a deeper sense of spiritual intimacy.

Our calling in Christ continues

Amy Mayo Moyle introduces legislation Bishop Bard continues to interpret

Bishop David Bard brings into clearer focus some aspirational actions taken by the 2019 Michigan Annual Conference, as the journey toward GC2020 continues to move forward.

Michigan delegates keep Bible in view

View of 2020 Michigan delegates

The view of a General or Jurisdictional delegate focuses largely on politics of voting. But God’s Word informs these decisions.

What’s the point of life?

Woman shrugging shoulders. The point?

Rethink Church affirms that questioning is a good thing. The point is, a good question can be worth a lot. Sometimes more than an answer.