The Rev. Scott Harmon reflects on today’s church from an “intersection of music and faith.” He encourages United Methodists to keep praising the Lord.
“Recently, the Bishop and Cabinet have become more intentional about addressing the nuances of cross-racial, cross-cultural appointments,” says the Rev. Dr. Jerome DeVine. These Michigan pastors reflect on their experiences.
The Sacred Worth book series tells the story of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and others with “the hope that children may grow to see themselves and all others as… Continue Reading Telling the story of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
February is Black History Month. Here are resources for churches that seek to be intentional about diversity.
Naomi Garcia examines scripture and encourages others to join her in the anti-racism initiative of The Michigan Conference. It’s the third way; a Jesus thing to do.
Seventy-eight persons gathered in Detroit on November 9 to participate in a workshop experience being tried by United Methodist Women worldwide.
Since February 2017, these four churches in greater Muskegon have been coming together to celebrate historic ties and move forward in faithful witness. They are living their love through action.
An “old white guy” reflects on his growing up and celebrates being part of a diverse nation, world and church.
Meet the Rev. Brittney Stephan, the new Associate Director for Multi-cultural Vibrancy for The Michigan Conference.
It’s important to talk to young people about racism, before they learn about it through others or through hard experience.