Rev. Margie Crawford reflects on the nation’s response following the recent injury of football player Damar Hamlin, and the difference prayer makes in all of our lives.
Rev. Margie Crawford reminisces about what Thanksgiving meals were like growing up and what made them so special.
Rev. Margie Crawford encourages us to listen to the words of children in how they see the world and describe their faith.
The Rev. Dr. Margie Crawford encourages us not only to be grateful for the foundational elements of our faith but also to consider new ways to deepen our relationship with… Continue Reading We’ve always done it that way before
What happens in football can happen in the church. Underdogs can win despite what pundits, sportscasters, and fans may think.
Today, says the Rev. Dr. Margie Crawford, “We are being asked to see ourselves, our faith, and our relationship with our Lord in a different way.”
When the weight of life becomes too heavy, it is important to pause and simply inhale and exhale. “Just breathe.” says Rev. Dr. Margie Crawford. “Listen for God’s quiet voice… Continue Reading Take some time to just breathe
Rev. Dr. Margie Crawford dedicates a song — 525, 600 Minutes — as a tribute to all who have lost family and friends to the coronavirus.
A side trip during a tour of the Holy Land was a highlight for the Rev. Margie Crawford. Her time in the valley taught her something about faith for today’s… Continue Reading ‘Every valley shall be exalted’
This is the second in a series of reflections by District Superintendents of The Michigan Conference on life and faith during the COVID-19 era. The Rev. Dr. Margie Crawford shares… Continue Reading Love is everywhere in our churches