This “Perspectives on Hope,” encourages reflecting Christ’s justice and peace in the world.
The Rev. Jack Harnish invites looking at Mary and the Magnificat as a “song of a strong women.”
Words spoken in South Africa decades ago, have meaning for present-day America.
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
A Call to Action to The United Methodist Churches in the U.S., September 4, 2017.
United Methodists were among 3,000 clergy in Washington D. C. on August 28 for the Ministers March for Justice.
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
Janet Lahr Lewis reflects on her years spent as a United Methodist missionary in Israel and Palestine.
Deaconesses and Home Missioners are laywomen and laymen called by God to a lifetime of service.
When a boy, Jerry DeVine learned to not take water for granted. As a man, he advocates for water justice.