Bishop David Bard invites Michigan United Methodists to conversations on human sexuality.
Kirstin Huhtala Karoub received JFON’s Volunteer of the Year Award during ceremonies in Detroit.
The second of four conversations on human sexuality will be hosted October 2nd in Holland.
The Social Justice Network, a committee of the Michigan Area’s Keep Making Peace, is hosting a Preaching and Speaking for Justice workshop. The event will take place on Saturday, December 2, 2017 at Grace United Methodist Church, 1900 Boston Blvd, Lansing 48910, from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Teaching leaders of the event are Bishop
Since the earliest days of Christianity, pilgrims have made their way to this place. O November 12-21, 2018, Bishop David Bard and his wife Julie will follow in the ancient and venerated footsteps of these faithful Christians. Sponsored through Educational Opportunities, this 10-day tour visits a number of locations including (but not limited to) the
Bishop David Bard introduces the Design Team’s plan for re-districting the Michigan Area.
In his April blog, The Joyful Journey, Bishop David Bard talks about the power of being kind.
“God’s love is the power of new life,” says Bishop David Bard, “and it’s stronger than death.”
United Methodists were among those gathered for prayer at the Greater Lansing Islamic Society on Feb. 20.
Bishop David Bard says Lent asks us to look at how we are out of spiritual rhythm, then helps us recalibrate.