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Rest & Renewal for Laity

When laity are involved in a day job, family life, friends and church volunteer work how do we rest and renew? That feels impossible to some of us. A Deacon serving Michigan, Rev. Cora Glass will lead a rest and renewal retreat. Rest and renewal are so important in our lives and yet, it so… Continue Reading Rest & Renewal for Laity

Rest & Renewal for Laity

When laity are involved in a day job, family life, friends and church volunteer work how do we rest and renew? That feels impossible to some of us. A Deacon serving Michigan, Rev. Cora Glass will lead a rest and renewal retreat. Rest and renewal are so important in our lives and yet, it so… Continue Reading Rest & Renewal for Laity

Rest & Renewal for Laity

When laity are involved in a day job, family life, friends and church volunteer work how do we rest and renew? That feels impossible to some of us. A Deacon serving Michigan, Rev. Cora Glass will lead a rest and renewal retreat. Rest and renewal are so important in our lives and yet, it so… Continue Reading Rest & Renewal for Laity

Register now to Come to the Well

Come to the Well for renewal

Join Bishop Bard online Tuesday, January 12, 9:30-11:30 am for a time of renewal. “Come to the Well” includes scripture, music, and times of reflection.

Clergy invited to Come to the Well

Jesus made them well

“Come to the Well” is a morning gathering for renewal open to all Michigan Conference clergy. Join Bishop Bard and others online on January 12, 9:30-11:30 am.

Learning to be a wanderer

A wanderer in Nepal

Bishop Laurie Haller has always loved to write. Now she shares a book with leadership and life lessons she learned on a trip to Nepal. Learn the value of being a wanderer.

Failure to fail

Successful youth ministries are those that flip failures into opportunities.

Home Words Bound

BENTON HEISLER Director of Connectional Ministries, WMC        My wife and I enjoy watching the various “fixer upper” shows on the DIY or HGTV channels.  At some point in the next 10 years we will need to leave the blessing of the parsonage system and acquire our own retirement home.