The Michigan Conference’s new Connectional Ministries Team plans to equip and connect local churches through three key initiatives. The team invites you to meet them and learn more via online… Continue Reading Program staff shift into team ministry
Explore how your family system impacts work and relationships and learn practical methods to bring calmness to life when feeling stuck or anxious.
A coaching primer formerly known as Basic Coach Training. Asking the right questions is an essential part of being a coach. Basic coaching skills can dramatically improve your effectiveness,… Continue Reading Basic Coach Training: Start Coaching Tomorrow
Naomi García describes how to avoid scams we are liable to fall for by paying attention to what our body, heart, and spirit are telling us.
Naomi García outlines the coaching and conflict resolution resources available to those in ministry transition in the Michigan Conference.
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.
The Michigan Conference’s lead coach, Naomi Garcia, explains the history of this significant initiative to develop a culture of coaching that is informative, transformative, and action-driven.
Coaching can be hard to describe. Naomi Garcia suggests that knitting–making and connecting loops into something attractive and useful–is similar to the coaching experience.
Naomi Garcia examines scripture and encourages others to join her in the anti-racism initiative of The Michigan Conference. It’s the third way; a Jesus thing to do.
Coach training and the Readiness to Launch network are two excellent online offerings from the conference office of Congregational Vibrancy. Sign up now!