Bishop Ough urged Minnesota United Methodists to always say “yes” to being the light to the world, a beacon of hope in the darkness, and to remember who we are.
Five college students completed their summer internship—and all five are planning to pursue or seriously considering vocational ministry.
Suspended operations due to COVID-19 have resulted in financial challenges for area camps. A “Keep Our Campfires Glowing” campaign aims to help.
This five-phase plan provides specific guidance for slowly and gradually resuming in-person gatherings and closely aligns with a state re-opening plan.
All the latest coronavirus-related news and recommendations for Minnesota churches, along with helpful links and best practices.
How Environmental Justice Organizer Isaiah Friesen integrated passions for faith and climate with the Ecumenical Water Initiative.
Spirit River Community Church and Foundation, which have made an impact and partnered with other congregations, sold its building and is preparing for what's ...
First, grow a thicker skin. Secondly, believe those experiencing injustice, says Rev. Laquaan Malachi, who serves North UMC in Minneapolis.
The good news is we can take action to avoid and minimize financial trauma.
Rev. Dr. Shawn R. Moore reflects on his former roles as a U.S. Navy specialist and police officer, and how they inform his views of what's happening today.
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