500 years after Martin Luther sparked the Protestant Reformation, his spirit lives on in the church today.
What are the spiritual convictions and practices that give United Methodists character?
Wayne Bank, Detroit Conference layman, joins Bishop Laurie Haller pedaling across Iowa.
“Roots and Branches” history conference will recognize Michigan churches 175 and older.
Wesleyan scholars say that when it comes to Methodism’s founder, the subject of unity gets complicated.
Two laywomen from Michigan were on hand in Madison, NJ when church historians gathered.
Read the Spirit Editor, David Crumm, offers tips toward understanding an important milestone.
“Ploughboys and pastors alike” are able to read the scripture thanks to this determined man.
The Rev. Alfred T. Day, chief historian for The United Methodist Church, asks, “If you had to tell the Judeo-Christian story in a word, what would that word be?”