Justice For Our Neighbors West Michigan helps a young man receive his work permit. Julio was brought to the United States in 2005, when he was only 13 years old. Unfortunately, he did not find a welcoming land of opportunity here, but was instead terrorized and exploited by an abusive uncle. Julio was not
At the request of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Tucson churches are taking in asylum seekers.
Wayne Bank, Detroit Conference layman, joins Bishop Laurie Haller pedaling across Iowa.
Bishop William H. Willimon’s new book examines the “biology of fear” and the Christian response.
Churches need their most positive and smiling personalities on their front lines.
Two United Methodists operate an artisanal coffee company that supports mission.
Rev. Liliana Padilla draws new people to historic Hispanic church for free breakfast and Bible study.
Two Michigan congregations featured in this month’s Interpreter Magazine.
Bishop David Bard writes a pastoral letter to the Michigan Area on welcoming refugees.
Keeping up a fitness routine can be rough, but some United Methodist churches offer ways to stay strong.