In this month’s Joyful Journey, Bishop David Bard says, “In the midst of life, we are in death.” Then he proclaims with joy, ” Death is real, so, too, resurrection.”
It is important to fully embrace and live out of what happened in a manger in Bethlehem and a garden tomb in Jerusalem.
Halloween has become a very popular holiday on the cultural calendar. However, beginning in the Middle Ages, All Hallows Eve was a religious observance.
The promise of Easter is that life is stronger than death. That is a welcome spring message in the midst of a global pandemic.
“Easter is more than a one-day celebration,” says Bishop Kenneth L. Carder. He faces daily life with a resurrection spirit.
The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection Opens Registration for Two Conferences April 4 – 5 LEAWOOD, KS – The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection is excited to announce registration is now open for two conferences hosted by ShareChurch Conferences on April 4 – 5, 2019. Participants may select to attend either The Art of Radical Hospitality Conference or… Continue Reading The Art of Radical Hospitality Conference / Empowered: A Model of Care Conference
“I invite you, on the heels of General Conference, to observe a holy Lent,” says Michigan Bishop David Bard. His counsel, “slow down and dig deep” in this uncertain time.
In the mark of ashes, we take stock of our lives in the light of God’s holiness.
Admitting he has often, “kicked the tires” on religion,” Brent McArdle speaks of moving from doubt to belief.