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A personal “Aha!” epiphany

Star of Epiphany

The Rev. Glenn Wagner reflects on the history of epiphany, the Christian season of Epiphany, and a personal epiphany that has made a difference in his life.

Missionaries promote peace in Korea

Missionary Adam Shaw in Korea

Adam Shaw has worked for two years as a United Methodist missionary in Korea. “It seems like many issues divide the U.S., but North Korea is not one of them,”… Continue Reading Missionaries promote peace in Korea

Bishop talks pandemic and politics

Bishop Bard considers strategies for COVID response

Bishop David Bard urges Michigan leaders and congregations to continue to be wise and loving in making decisions about pandemic safety measures.

Two acres of grace

Group experiencing grace in Saganing

An Act of Repentance toward Reconciliation between Michigan’s Native Americans and United Methodists recently occurred at the Saganing Indian Mission UMC. It was an experience marked by grace.

Leaders offer separation plan

Leaders who offer separation plan

On January 3rd, a diverse, 16-member team of church leaders, offered a separation proposal that would preserve The United Methodist Church while allowing traditionalist-minded congregations to form a new denomination.

A lineman named Jesus

lineman working on power lines

The Rev. Glenn Wagner calls Jesus “a lineman,” and invites us to grasp the power of Christ’s sacrificial love and  revolutionary practice of forgiveness.

Bridging political tensions

Pastor Carey Nieuwhof believes the church can be an agent of hope in today’s divided culture. 

Overcoming fear, bonding with others

Bishop William H. Willimon’s new book examines the “biology of fear” and the Christian response.

Listening to each other

Four voices offer their observations and experiences toward A Way Forward. 

Moving on after election day

An expert in conflict transformation offers tips to help us reconnect on a morning when many feel divided.

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