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Get started in Conference advocacy

Patsy and child of ESL student at Elsie UMC.

Resolutions for three social justice issues were adopted by The Michigan Conference¬† at Annual Conference. Practical next steps for advocacy are outlined for addressing gun violence, cancellation of federal student… Continue Reading Get started in Conference advocacy

Be an agent of God’s love and light

sharing God's love

Public policy, says Sonya Luna, is not about politics. It’s about sharing God’s love with those who are suffering.

REACH helps tell about Jesus

Connecting justice and evangelism is just one of the topics explored at this year’s REACH Summit, online and in-person October 22-23, from Sycamore Creek Church.

Finding hope in the darkness

Candle of Hope

“When the time is the darkest, that is when the light of hope is the strongest,” says the Rev. John Boley. Advent 2020 is time to reflect on the difference… Continue Reading Finding hope in the darkness

‘Refuge Lansing’ inspires

World Refugee Day is June 20. Michigan congregations are encouraged to learn and act.

Thirsty in Detroit

Faith and the public sphere come together in this report of the water crisis in the City of Detroit.

Learning to see

A pastor serving in Ferguson MO, encourages pastors to help sharpen the visual acuity of their flocks.

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