In order to provide spiritual support during the COVID-19 outbreak, The Upper Room is offering free resources online.
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, security, and destiny. We are in God’s hands.”
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.
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.
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 caregiver.
With the 2019 World Series only two weeks away, Benjamin Pratt reminisces about baseball in the life of his family.
This article is the first of a MIconnect series providing information and resources to encourage and motivate good physical health of our active and retired clergy as well as parishioners across Michigan. Many clergy have successfully taken steps to improve their health. If you would like to share your successes and lessons learned, please email… Continue Reading ‘Health is a spiritual issue’
Wesley Woods is pleased to invite scrapbookers and crafters to our fall Spiritual Scrapbooking Retreat Oct. 19-21, 2018. Continue Reading Spirtual Scrapbooking Retreat – Wesley Woods