$1.5 million and still counting!

UMW blesses Justice for our Neighbors

Giving heart and hands to mission

2014 proves record year for giving

When Jesus goes to Hollywood

$1.5 million and still counting!

The Rev. Molly Turner, Imagine No Malaria Field Representative for the Michigan Area, announces that contributions from the state's two annual conferences now totals $1,542,269.  read more

 


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UMW blesses Justice for our Neighbors

A $50,000 grant from The United Methodist Women is helping Southeast Michigan JFON and JFON West Michigan expand their services to immigrant families read more »

Giving heart and hands to mission

A native of Ann Arbor and graduate of Bronson School of Nursing in Kalamazoo, missionary Helen Sheperd now uses her medical skills at Grace Hospice in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. She will retire later this year.  read more>>


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2014 proves record year for giving

A record number of conferences paid 100 percent of their apportionments in 2014, part of an overall brighter picture in denominational stewardship. read more »

When Jesus goes to Hollywood

As biblical drama comes to screens big and small, Shane Raynor says, "I can usually find good things to say about most film adaptations of Bible stories, even when they get some of the details wrong." read more »

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