The COVID-19 pandemic affected the ways in which we worship together, and one United Methodist pastor in Louisiana says the change is for the good as his ministry has expanded.
Attendees reflect on their experiences at this year’s Annual Conference, feeling renewed and inspired as they return home to their places of ministry.
Awards and recognitions were given to individuals and congregations at the 2022 Michigan Annual Conference in honor of outstanding service.
Three Michigan clergy women talk about mentors who made a difference in their faith journeys. Who were the women who inspired YOU growing up?
Glenn Wagner offers ideas from scripture and from experience about how to help churches with the business details of making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.
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
James Kang, writing for Rethink Church, says now is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to embrace the idea that ministry can happen with “a congregation of one.”
Michigan Conference-trained coaches are helping leaders experiencing transition. These one-hour coaching sessions last for 12-14 months. Want a coach? Fill out the Coaching Request Form.
“Pastoring in the Digital Parish” is “the digital ministry class you missed in seminary,” according to the Rev. Ryan Dunn, who hosts the podcast produced by United Methodist Communications.