Wondering how to condense three impactful days into a succinct report you can bring back to members of your congregation? Here are resources to help you do that.
Discipleship begins when churches reconnect with the “why” of their processes and develop mature disciples that can repeat the processes with others.
Conference attendees remembered those who have died, honored retiring clergy, and celebrated those being commissioned and ordained, and newly licensed local pastors.
Bishop Ough explores signs that our congregations are growing in vitality and talks about what it means to be an Acts 2 Congregation.
Annual Conference attendees learned about and celebrated a variety of Holy Spirit breakthroughs in our midst.
Actively live out justice and compassion with other Minnesota United Methodists for a statewide, multi-generational mission trip to Washington, D.C. for a time ...
Refresh, renew and revitalize your church
What if we ask our church folk: What would be life-giving to you this summer—help you grow in mind, body and spirit—and how can we support you in that?
Pastoral leaders need to be designers of liminal space and experiences—thresholds for people to take one step toward Christ.
Questions to ground our notions of evangelism: Why do I believe what I believe? How do I understand God’s character and purpose? What story do I have to tell?
There is salvation in no one else—this might sound exclusive, but putting it in biblical context shows us that it can also be viewed as an inclusive statement.
At least 52 churches have partnerships with local schools—and there are several opportunities to help your church think about how you might form one.
Minnesota Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church