Beginning a first appointment during the time of COVID is odd, uncomfortable, and exciting all at the same time. These visionary leaders are ready for ministry with God as their helper.
UMAC recognized Michigan Conference Communications for their excellence in Digital Publications, Writing, and Publicity and Advertising at their virtual gala on May 21, 2020.
Cass Community Social Services has “been there” for the vulnerable residents of Detroit for decades. And the 2020 pandemic may have changed their ministry but it has not stopped it.
The Rev. Dr. Roger Ireson provided key leadership in the birthing of Africa University. He reflects on how a century-old vision took shape in Zimbabwe.
On November 13 at a ceremony held at Hope United Methodist Church in Southfield, MI, the Rev. Dr. Anthony Shipley was presented with the Francis Asbury Award for his contributions to higher education.
The third in a series, “For such a time as this.” Pastor Leslee Fritz talks about the joys of ministry as a second career.
This is the first article in a new series, “For a time such as this.” The theme is based on Rev. Jennie Browne’s sermon at the 2019 Michigan Annual Conference.
Margaret and Joel both followed God to the margins. Third in a series of stories, “Passing the Mantle,” about Michigan people called into ministry.
The first in a series, Passing the Mantle. These are the stories of persons called to serve in The Michigan Conference. The Revs. J.D. Landis and Cora Glass talk about God’s call.
Relationships — between individuals, nations, churches, or denominations — are complex. Jack Harnish explores the difficulties United Methodists now face.