The winter session of the virtual Saving Grace: A Guide to Financial Well-Being course offered by the United Methodist Foundation of Michigan begins January 17.
Faced with increased ministry burnout, pastors need to discover places of sanctuary and creative spaces for discernment, and clergy leadership cohorts may be a helpful resource.
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 United Methodist Foundation of Michigan brings the Rev. Gary Step to their staff as the new Senior Director of Leadership Development. He starts service July 1, 2022.
While investors tend to fall victim to the cycle of scarcity, the United Methodist Foundation encourages a faith-filled belief in sufficiency and abundance.
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.
The United Methodist Higher Education Foundation (UMHEF) awards more than $2 million in scholarships every year. Michigan students can apply now through March 1, 2022.
Resources from the United Methodist Foundation of Michigan help nurture a culture of generosity.
The Rev. David Bell, United Methodist Foundation of Michigan, says, “We are dedicating more and more resources … to pastoral leadership.”