Marketing is intensely theological. We even have a name for it … evangelism.
UMCOR has evolved over its 76 year history but the care for God’s hurting people endures.
This edition of Leading Ideas addresses what to do when the wrong people are on the bus.
A church’s method of governance should spring from the congregation’s values.
“Times change,” says Carey Nieuwhof. What worked 10 years ago may not work today.
The Detroit Conference Board of Discipleship is now accepting grant applications. Ministries in the Michigan Area of The United Methodist Church are invited to submit a grant proposal for funds to pursue new or ongoing ministry opportunities that engage in the discipleship ministries of our Vision Pathways: 1) creating new spaces for new faces;
This Grand Rapids District Children’s Ministry Network provides encouragement and resourcing.
An 80-member team provided commentary on new edition that emphasizes women and social issues in Scripture.
If you want your congregations to grow, you must be willing to let your identity change as your membership does.
Fear and finances take their toll on a church’s creativity and initiative. Bishop Robert Schnase offers tips on staying focused.