Michigan was not yet a state when First Methodist Church in Mount Clemens was founded. Today they celebrate 200 years of making disciples and transforming the world.
In 2021, gifts from the Endowment Fund of Vicksburg United Methodist Church provided $30,000 in scholarships and an additional $16,000 for school supplies for village scholars.
Glenn Wagner offers ideas from scripture and from experience about how to help churches with the business details of making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.
Deb Johnson was active at Wesley at CMU in Mt. Pleasant as a young adult. Today, a retired pastor, she serves as chair of the FSU Wesley Board in Big Rapids. She has received the Francis Asbury Award for her contributions to campus ministry.
The DRF (Dialogue on Religion and Faith), a team of abolitionist scholars, recently gathered to study a journal written in 1839 by David Stedman Ingraham. The group includes Michigan pastor Chris Momany.
Glenn Wagner remembers a friend whose life-changing decision to love, after the example of Christ, remains a source of encouragement.
Deaconesses have been serving the Methodist Church since 1890. Valerie Mossman-Celestin is one of four deaconesses serving in The Michigan Conference. Here’s how God touched her life and sent her to Haiti.
Glenn Wagner shares the life-changing impact of hospitality as taught in the Bible and experienced in real life. How can you share the gift of hospitality?
Glenn Wagner writes about memories that shape the lives of others, those that have been important in his own faith formation, and important memories from the Bible.
Singing the Lord’s Song at the Opening Worship of the Michigan Annual Conference acknowledged the “heartache of the past year” and God’s healing power.