Justice is a word that the church must redeem if we are going to be the agents of justice that our God of justice has called us to be.
Here's a challenging truth-all the stuff we buy has a story. Fair trade awareness is a great place to start in the journey of the ethics of consumption.
This position statement has been drafted as The Wesleyan Church’s response to the issue of global poverty. For the purpose of this document and statement, poverty is defined as lack of access...
You are worthy, our Lord and God, to receive glory and honor and power, for you created all things, and by your will they were created and have their being.
- Revelation 4:11 NIV
Looking for an educational get-away this summer...look no further than the Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati, OH.
Santes Beatty talks of the myths surrounding The Wesleyan Church's Multiethnic Ministries.
This position statement gives expression to the concern of The Wesleyan Church about the issue of global human trafficking.