Public policy, says Sonya Luna, is not about politics. It’s about sharing God’s love with those who are suffering.
Advent is a season full of traditions and experiences. Our journey to Christmas would not be the same without them. But how did they get started in the first place?
Saints have been defined as ordinary people who have done some extraordinary things. A United Methodist pastor from Texas explains.
In this time of a global pandemic, World Methodist Evangelism has adapted its work of equipping people to share Christ’s love.
Part three on Strategic Directions of The Michigan Conference. Rev. Paul Perez shares the Vision Statement behind the Strategic Directions: “re-founding a Methodist movement through new ministries in new communities.”
By the Rev. Paul Perez, this month’s blog is part two of a series reflecting on the Michigan Conference’s Strategic Directions. It focuses on the missional and connectional challenges facing… Continue Reading The challenges that face us
To sing from a printed page is different, says the Rev. Jack Harnish. But while he prefers hymnals, he concludes the main thing is to “just sing” as Wesley instructed.
Taking care of yourself physically can be a key ingredient in battling burnout. John Wesley had ideas about staying healthy in spirit and in body.
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.
Bishop David Bard has not missed an annual conference session since 1984. He believes that conference can be a means of grace, whether the sessions are held in-person or online.