“I ran to the Methodist Church because I know how Methodists love,” says this laywoman from Tennessee.
The Rev. John Boley encourages The Michigan Conference to embrace the adventure of living in uncertain times.
In this “Heartbursts” column, Thomas Bandy describes making disciples among five lifestyle groups.
“U.S. government practices to separate families was wrong historically, and it is wrong today,” writes Bethany Printup-Davis.
As the “construction” of the Michigan Conference nears completion, Rev. Benton Heisler thanks all for their patience.
The Book of Revelation gives this mission scholar clues for faithful action in the present day.
God has given us great gifts. Do you sometimes seem to ask for a gift receipt?
At mid-year 2018, Bishop David Bard does some looking backward and looking forward.
Summer camp is more than childhood memories. Wesley Woods was where a disciple was made.
An appropriate love of country is not questioned in scripture says pastor and author Tex Sample.