Bishop David Bard gives updates on disaffiliation, encourages every church to engage in anti-racism work, and shares how we might respond to recent violence.
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?
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."
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.
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?
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.
In the midst of the maelstrom we find ourselves in, we need to engage in deep dialogue about our identity, our mission, our vision, and our values.
Rev. Rachael Warner shares how a struggling church she served changed the way they looked at finances and generosity.
Bishop Bard reflects on both the accomplishments and failings of the United States and shares his desire for an America for all, not just for the sake of our country but for the sake of the work of God in the world.
Bishop Bard reminisces about annual conferences past and talks about how each year this gathering serves as a means of grace, even when it happens virtually.
It's important for congregations to preserve for future generations records that document the ways they shifted their methods and ministry over the past year.
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