St. John’s UMC in Anchorage, Alaska became a temporary shelter for 46 residents of Karluk Manor after the earthquake knocked out power and water to the facility.
What are the fourteen obstacles that can make some people bypass your church or not return after their first visit? Eric Seiberling provides a checklist.
United Methodist Communications releases findings of recent Barna survey of spiritual seekers.
A new appointment is loaded with emotions, both for congregation and pastor. Prepare to welcome.
A classic hymn sparks a holiday memory and reflection by the Rev. Dwayne Bagley.
The two Justice For Our Neighbors affiliates in Michigan announce their merger January 1, 2018.
Rev. Frank Powell encourages churches to understand rather than stigmatize Millennials.
Kirstin Huhtala Karoub received JFON’s Volunteer of the Year Award during ceremonies in Detroit.
Start Advent 2017 by helping the world’s vulnerable with the Global Migration Sunday Offering.
Justice For Our Neighbors West Michigan helps a young man receive his work permit. Julio was brought to the United States in 2005, when he was only 13 years old. Unfortunately, he did not find a welcoming land of opportunity here, but was instead terrorized and exploited by an abusive uncle. Julio was not… Continue Reading JFON assists Julio