February is Black History Month. The Michigan Conference has produced a Multigenerational Activity Journal and Resource Book featuring 28 historical figures. Read their stories and celebrate their gifts and legacy.
Rev. Jack Harnish asserts, “We need a month dedicated to Black History, because most of our history has been white history, told by white writers, focusing on white characters, and… Continue Reading Why dedicate a month to Black History?
February is Black History Month. Here are resources for churches that seek to be intentional about diversity.
Lent is a time to focus on spiritual disciplines. Bishop David Bard calls Michigan United Methodists to intentional focus on the discipline of love through patience, kindness, thoughtfulness, and humility.
Scott Manning, a member of the Conference Board of Justice, examines positive and negative glimpses of church and nation during Black History Month.
Celebrating a great Methodist preacher and song writer, the Rev. Albert Tindley, during Black History Month.
During Black History Month, Bishop Peggy Johnson notes “people who are hidden figures continue to abound in this world of ours.”
The Rev. Gilbert Caldwell aims to keep the Civil Rights Movement alive for the next generation.