Connecting justice and evangelism is just one of the topics explored at this year’s REACH Summit, online and in-person October 22-23, from Sycamore Creek Church.
From 1989 to 2014, the Rev. H. Eddie Fox led World Methodist Evangelism, traveling millions of miles sharing his dynamic passion for the gospels.
Ten years ago the Heisler family spent time in the waves of Lake Michigan. Much has changed but individuals and congregations continue to ride the waves of change. “Put on your gear!”
United Methodists have a mission statement but do they have the time and the understanding to take disciple-making and world-transforming seriously? Glenn Wagner says, “Yes!”
Benton Heisler tells the story of a Saturday, with grandson Weston, filled with many blessings. “The beauty of our day centered on enjoying the relationship we have with each other.”
Simple acts of kindness can counter the cultural narrative of meanness and be a powerful way for the church to connect with others.
Each of us is a “source of blessing or a source of curse” says the director of World Methodist Evangelism.
Alamo UMC, a 96-member congregation in Texas, blesses its neighbors and wins them for Christ with a 24/7 radio broadcast.
Grappling with decline, The Methodists in Britain looks to fresh expressions of being the church.
The movement began in Great Britain then jumped the pond to the U.S. Now Fresh Expressions is coming to Michigan.