The Michigan Annual Conference celebrated Bold and Effective Leadership, and now moves forward — with wisdom, courage, and heart — for mission and ministry in a changing world.
Bishop David Bard called the church a “greenhouse” in his opening sermon on May 30. Seeds of leadership continued to be planted throughout the course of the 2019 Annual Conference.
The theme of the 2019 Michigan Annual Conference is Bold and Effective Leadership. Four women will preach, teach, and witness to bring the theme to life.
The Mission Intern Program of The Michigan Conference offers young adults an eight-week opportunity to be in ministry with children.
What does it take to be a principled, Christian leader? What do strong leaders in the church need to be successful in 2019 and beyond?
January 1st is a time for leaders to do new things and to evaluate those old things to stop doing.
Seven years after the West Michigan Conference celebrated a successful $500,000 fund drive for Africa University, Bishop Laurie Haller helps dedicate the Ubuntu Centre on the AU campus in Zimbabwe.
Susan Beaumont says power accrues more easily to men than women, so women must learn how to use their power.
Conference Lay Leader, Anne Soles, encourages local church leaders to make contact with five new staff of the Michigan Conference staff in order to partner for Christ-centered ministry.
The first 90 days of a new appointment are crucial. Here are eight tips for a healthy start.