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Making a case for our children’s spirituality

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Forming a deep spirituality is just as important to our children’s development as learning to read or grasping math equations, and the Michigan Conference is helping families and churches do… Continue Reading Making a case for our children’s spirituality

Conference launches spiritual formation toolbox

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The Michigan Conference, in collaboration with Traverse City: Central UMC and the Northern Waters District, launched an innovative set of videos and online resources to equip parents and caregivers as… Continue Reading Conference launches spiritual formation toolbox

MIfaith e-letter coming soon

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An email newsletter called MIfaith begins publication the week after Easter. Watch for it in your inbox on April 26th. 

ResourceUMC website is new

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Resources of United Methodist agencies are now available on one website. Go to ResourceUMC.org when looking for how-to ministry tips.

Michigan educators at ‘Curious Church’

Brian McLaren keynotes 2018 CEF Conference

Thirteen educators from The Michigan Conference were on hand to help Christians Engaged in Faith Formation celebrate their 50th anniversary at the Curious Church Conference held in Des Moines, Iowa.

Christian Education Sunday coming soon

Christian Education Sunday is an important part of growing and making disciples. It is a lifelong development of spiritual roots.

Children’s Ministry Meet & Greets ahead

Give to EngageMI Challenge

Rev. Kathy Pittenger invites workers in children’s ministries to gather for support and resourcing. Share your ideas, prayers and dreams.

From Wesley Woods to the world

Summer camp is more than childhood memories. Wesley Woods was where a disciple was made.

God goes with you on vacation

Take your faith with you on vacation. These ideas will help families nurture and support spiritual growth.

Ways to pray with children

Here are five ways to help children “talk to God’ as they experience and play.

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