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Mission and food, the Mujila Falls perspective

Growing cabbage in Zambia at the Mujila Falls Agriculture Center.

At the Mujila Falls Agricultural Center in Zambia, there is a critical relationship between the food that is grown and raised and the mission work done in the community.

Being better at church business

Business plan for ministry

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.

Let’s be mindful of the journey

Car on a journey

Advice for the Christian journey. “If we only focus on the end, we and many others will miss wonders and scenes and outlooks that God would love for us to… Continue Reading Let’s be mindful of the journey

Churches alive in mission with EngageMI

In mission up north

The Michigan Board of Global Ministries expresses deep gratitude to 50 Michigan congregations recognized as EngageMI Churches in 2020. Their mission giving met their neighbors’ needs.

Engaging in justice and mission

Kennetha Bigham-Tsai shared scripture

The June 4, 2021 session of the Michigan Annual Conference featured various reports with a focus on Anti-Bias/Anti-Racism, justice, mission, and Michigan Conference’s connection to United Methodists around the globe.

Bishop calls all to the table

President Bishop calls UMC to the table

The United Methodist Council of Bishops is meeting online April 26-30. Council President Cynthia Fierro Harvey’s opening sermon highlighted the image of the family table that brings people together in… Continue Reading Bishop calls all to the table

Conversations on UMC vision launched

Connectional Table invites conversations. CT is led by Kennetha Bigham-Tsai

With General Conference now delayed to 2022, the Connectional Table hopes to bring more people into conversations that could help the denomination move forward.

Ready to sharpen your vision?

Glasses for better vision

Vision casting is essential now that local churches are returning to in-person activities. It’s time to ask  “Why?” and “What?” before asking “Who?” and “How?”

Clergy talk about self care

Chad Parmalee does self care with yarn

Annual conferences support clergy as they adapt to the health crisis by offering programs that help avert burnout. This care takes many forms.

He walks for Jesus and UMCOR

Jimmy Dillon walks for mission

He lives in Virginia but walks the Appalachian Trail in Pennsylvania. Jimmy Dillon embraces his calling to go into the wilderness and bring awareness to UMCOR.

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