Acting as ‘the third person’
Bishop Laurie Haller talks about an unseen presence or “third person” who serves as a guide or a guardian in times when we need one the most. We can be… Continue Reading Acting as ‘the third person’
God is there in every sip
A memory from summer camp prompts Madison Myers to adopt a daily spiritual discipline. She invites God to be with her whenever she enjoys each hot cup of coffee.
Time for spiritual decluttering
Every so often you declutter the junk drawer, the basement, or the garage. How about taking time at the start of the new year to declutter your spiritual life?
A tool to grow spirit’s fruits
Enneagram is a tool that has been around a long time. Laura Witkowski encourages its use for both spiritual growth, nurturing relationships, and team building.
Upper Room magazine available free
In order to provide spiritual support during the COVID-19 outbreak, The Upper Room is offering free resources online.
God is working for the good
The Rev. Dr. Charles Boayue asserts that God is at work for good amid COVID-19. The virus “does not change an age-old fact about the human search for meaning, purpose,… Continue Reading God is working for the good
Summoning the Courage to Lead
In the face of upheavals in the church and in the nation, The Michigan Conference Office of Clergy Excellence is hosting three Courage to Lead retreats.
Get ready for your Lenten journey
Lent is a season of reflection and spiritual renewal. Here are some Lenten resources designed to guide groups, families, and individuals in preparation for Easter.
Loving disciples with dementia
Bishop Kenneth L. Carder has written a book about caring for dementia sufferers based on his tenure as a chaplain at a memory care center and personal experience as a… Continue Reading Loving disciples with dementia
How baseball feeds the soul
With the 2019 World Series only two weeks away, Benjamin Pratt reminisces about baseball in the life of his family.