After six weeks of stay-at-home, many parents and children’s workers feel stretched thin. Rev. Kathy Pittenger offers reassurance saying, “You are enough.”
The Rev. Glenn Wagner calls Jesus “a lineman,” and invites us to grasp the power of Christ’s sacrificial love and revolutionary practice of forgiveness.
Betty J. Luce We extend our condolences to the family and friends of Betty J. Luce who died on Friday, April 19, 2019 at the age of 89. Betty is survived by her husband, Rev. Michael W. Luce, who retired after serving at Garfield and Poseyville United Methodist Churches. She is also survived by her children, Terry Shooltz,… Continue Reading Betty J. Luce
United Methodists in the state have come through a year of change. Now January 1, 2019 is the official “first day” of the new Michigan Conference.
The Rev. Dr. Glenn Wagner describes how “ugly” happens between persons, parties, and nations. God’s response to ugliness is Jesus.
Children are born, grow up and then have babies of their own — one grandmother reflects on her blessings.
Rev. Bill Haggard keeps the core mission of The United Methodist Church in focus.
This month’s Perspectives on Hope remind us that life has some surprises along the way.
“Perhaps a bent-over church or a bent-over nation, unable to stand up straight, needs Jesus,” says Bishop Christian Alsted.
Benton Heisler likens the 2016 General Conference to a race guided by God’s amazing grace.