Bishop David Bard celebrates the creativity of Michigan United Methodists ministering in the shadow of the coronavirus crisis. He offers new possibilities for Easter worship during this ongoing stay-at-home season.
Both bishop and governor have encouraged Michiganders to stay-at-home. We are finding that church really does happen outside the building.
In his first Joyful Journey blog of 2020, Bishop David Bard talks about important tasks before The Michigan Conference of The UMC … ministry work, soul work, and grief work.
The third in a series, “For such a time as this.” Pastor Leslee Fritz talks about the joys of ministry as a second career.
Aiming is always important in life when shooting an arrow, writing a book, or loving people like Jesus loved people. His target was always incredible love.
A new staffing model launched in The Michigan Conference one year ago. Ministry Shares help staff support churches in making disciples for Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.
It’s fall so it is time to get ready for a new year of mission. EngageMI helps mission leaders raise awareness, give dollars and put hands to work with neighbors.
Margaret and Joel both followed God to the margins. Third in a series of stories, “Passing the Mantle,” about Michigan people called into ministry.
Acknowledging that actions taken in The United Methodist Church have generated both anger and hurt, Rev. John Boley encourages a turn toward new opportunities.
Mission Insite is one of the best tools available to help define our mission field. Join Rev. Jon Reynolds for this FREE introductory workshop. You will learn about every tool of the Mission Insite software program, and you will gain an introductory level understanding on how to use this tool to reach people in your community. 2 Training Workshops March 30 and May 11! Continue Reading Midwest District: Mission Insite Training Workshops