David Bell outlines key elements of SECURE 2.0, new legislation that affects pastors and their finances and church leaders as they inform congregations about giving options.
The United Methodist Foundation of Michigan recently named four United Methodist churches as leaders in generosity and stewardship.
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On a not-so-good visit to the church where he grew up, Ken Sloane learns a few things about hospitality and stewardship and shares them.
Four Michigan United Methodist congregations were recipients of a steward leader award, given by the United Methodist Foundation of Michigan.
What is the impact of denominational changes on the United Methodist Foundation of Michigan? Director David S. Bell explains.
The Wayne C. Barrett Steward Leader Award honors up to four United Methodist congregations each year for their exemplary stewardship ministry.
In 2021 the United Methodist Foundation of Michigan provided over $100,000 in scholarships and $24,000 in virtual technology grants supporting pastors and local churches. And that’s not all.
When it comes to creation, the Rev. John Hice calls for mindfulness, saying, “Can’t we often ask ourselves, ‘How does this thing I’m doing help or hurt God’s earth?’”
Resources from the United Methodist Foundation of Michigan help nurture a culture of generosity.