The Mission moving forward

Three United Methodist bishops explain the mission of the Commission on a Way Forward.

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Let it grow

In June’s edition of “A Joyful Journey,” Bishop David Bard reflects on church growth.

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Changing pastors? It’s okay!

The District Superintendent calls … “Your pastor is leaving.” What do you do next?

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Ministering to would-be modern lepers

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Pastor Jeremy Scott notes that healthcare is about politics but it’s mainly about real people.

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Power in the pew

The first of a regular blog by laity of The Michigan Area of The United Methodist Church.

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Building bridges with music

Joe Kye, self-proclaimed “immigrant musician,” plays his violin to celebrate diversity.

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Living together in the tension

Rev. Bill Haggard keeps the core mission of The United Methodist Church in focus.

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Theology of health care

An appeal to lawmakers out of personal experience of the health care system.

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Unexpected grace

This month’s Perspectives on Hope remind us that life has some surprises along the way.

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Why I am a United Methodist

Interpreter Magazine asks its readers, “Why are you a United Methodist?”

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