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."
In these difficult days, we hang on by faith and trust that in Christ, all things will hold together.
Bishop David Bard explores the various deaths we experience in the midst of life—and reminds us that we are Easter people who know that resurrection is coming.
Bishop David Bard explores how Holy Week is a week of wonder—and notes that Easter becomes the beginning and the end of all our wondering.
Now is the time to plan for your church to show radical hospitality and invite your community post-COVID. Here are five reasons to make much of this fall.
It's important to tend to our "corners of sorrow," and here are four steps of lament to help you do that.
Lent is a time to acknowledge that we don’t always have it all together and that sometimes we fray and unravel a bit. It is then especially that we need God.
Bishop Bard invites us to spend Lent honing the disciplines of love—patience, kindness, thoughtfulness, and humility—and reminds us that we are loved by God.
How might we live together in the church if we were more loving by being more patient, kinder, more thoughtful, more humble?
Bishop David Bard urges us to listen to Black and Brown voices and “to transform the dangling discords of our nation into a beautiful symphony of brotherhood.”
Interim Bishop David Bard re-introduces himself to the Minnesota Conference and shares his commitments as we engage in ministry together over the next year.
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