‘Cinema and the Street’ aims to attract, engage young adults

Young adults are invited to participate in a virtual showing of "Push" about the lack of affordable housing, and then volunteer at Simpson Housing Services.

Tech and ministry specialist ready to help churches enhance digital ministry

Tanner will help churches improve their digital ministry while also developing systems and teams that move us forward with technology as an annual conference.

Camp MN offers meaningful summer experience amid pandemic

A total of 923 campers had a safe and enjoyable summer experience thanks to extra precautions that the camps took amid COVID-19.

Churches share God’s love with students returning to school

Three churches share how they are supporting teachers and students as they return to school. Church-school partnerships are a key way to love our neighbors.

3 grant opportunities to apply for now

Apply now for Investing in Congregations, Dare to Reach, and Digital Campus grants!
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Taking cues from Ted Lasso

Cindy Gregorson

Trusting the power of love, believing in people, and calling them to believe in themselves: Wasn't that a prime way Jesus went about his ministry?

The Joyful Journey: I Just Wasn’t Made For This Time?

Bishop David Bard

Bishop David Bard encourages those feeling overwhelmed and reminds us that we have a God who will be with us "to the end of the age."

Two branches of the river

Cindy Gregorson

Rev. Cindy Gregorson reflects on her takeaways from the emerging Global Methodist Church's New Day Conference and how we can be the church amid change.

Sabbath reset

Cindy Gregorson

What is church if Sunday morning worship is not the main thing anymore? What would it be like to create Sabbath experiences that connect to our soul hungers?

Maintaining and preserving church records

From the Archives

What do you do with all those church records? Here's a look at how they may be used and why it's important to develop a record retention policy.

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Spirit River Community’s “Ask-a-Lawyer Day” eases anxiety for new Americans

Recognizing that things like navigating landlord-tenant relations, understanding child custody laws, and filing taxes can be difficult and complicated for new ...

STORM Camp goes missional once again

This year’s STORM Camp moved to Faribault. In late July, 63 students and 12 adult drivers from 14 congregations served 70 families in the community.

The Church Takes To The Streets

Urban CROSS service camp took place this summer, and was hugely successful. Fifty-four campers completed many projects on houses in the Dayton’s Bluff area of ...

The Recovery Church hosts inaugural biker blessing

“I believe God is riding with me,” says Mavis Fry, an avid motorcyclist. “I feel more aware of my surroundings and I ride more safely.” Fry is talking about why...

Thief River Falls UMC “Changes the World” During May

Thief River Falls United Methodist Church raised over $1,400 for Imagine No Malaria during the month of May. The church had a “Muffins for Malaria” fellowship ...
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