Discipleship Resources presents the podcast series, “Small Groups in the Wesleyan Way.”
A Texas pastor, Jason Valendy, revisits Jesus’ parable from the 13th chapter of Matthew.
The first in a five-part series looking at United Methodists’ membership vows.
Intentionality guides two West Michigan women’s efforts to bring diversity and community into their families’ lives.
In his February blog, Benton Heisler reflects on God’s blessings, with or without sunshine.
A new ‘class’ is coming. This is Part 3 of a three-part story on disciple making yesterday and today.
Calling himself, “a white, middle-aged man who is an elder in the UMC,” Steve Manskar examines his racial biases.
Pastor and consultant Marty Cauley states, “This is my church, this is my family, and I’m staying.”
KAY DeMOSS Senior Editor-Writer, Michigan Area Seeking revitalization in the New Year? The Michigan Area introduces the Trinity of Transformation … three staff members who are ready to assist churches on the journey to new life. Dirk Elliott. Naomi Garcia. Gary Step. These faces are not new to the West Michigan and Detroit conferences. But
The Rev. Dan R. Dick writes the blog “United Methodeviations.” Dan calls himself “an advocate for a more loving, inclusive church for the 21st century and beyond.”