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The name of the LORD is a strong tower; the righteous run to it and are safe.
- Proverbs 18:10 NIV
Rev. Dr. Jim Garlow, pastor of Skyline Wesleyan Church in the San Diego, Calif., area, was one of 300 invited participants from six continents who attended a conference on marriage at the Vatican.
The Board of Immigration Appeals has approved Olathe Wesleyan Church (Olathe, Kan.) as an Immigrant Connection office, joining The Bridge (Indiana) as the second such office in The Wesleyan Church.
Time magazine named Ebola caregivers as its 2014 "People of the Year." Carrie Jo Cain and our Wesleyan medical staff are among those workers. Read how Mary survived the dread disease.
Chesapeake District reports ministry happenings, whether in communities of its churches or abroad in Cuba and Ecuador.
The Wesleyan Church supports the sanctity of life and recognizes January 18, 2015, as Sanctity of Human Life Sunday.
Who were Jesus' grandparents and what did they think of Mary's unmarried pregnancy? Ron McClung speculates how they could have felt.
Beth Cossin was entrusted with the honor of representing The Wesleyan Church at a Faith Leaders Gathering in Ferguson, Mo. She arrived feeling inadequate but committed to listen, learn, and lament.
The EDGE is committed to reaching the hip-hop culture of Grand Rapids, Mich., a community with 50 known gangs and where 80% live below the poverty line.
Once called the "Dark Continent," the light of the gospel is reaching into the hearts of these great nations in Africa.