General Conference 2016 is less than two months away, and this quadrennium’s Memorials (resolutions) have been released to the public. Please feel free to read and comment, if you so choose.
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On the first afternoon of General Conference in Buffalo, N.Y., full-to-overflowing crowds were rewarded with high quality seminars.
You don’t have to miss one minute of General Conference 2016. For those not able to be in Buffalo to experience the event, live streaming is available.
Every four years, The Wesleyan Church gathers for General Conference to worship together, to consider pressing issues in the Church, to handle Church business, to elect leaders and to articulate a trajectory for the years ahead.
The 2016 edition of The Discipline of The Wesleyan Church is now available.
As General Conference approaches, may the Holy Spirit unleash Wesleyans to be innovative and courageous in doing whatever is necessary to be a Kingdom Force in making disciples, multiplying churches and being a transforming presence.
Earle Wilson experienced the welcome of heaven’s King Jesus with the words, “Well done, good and faithful servant.”
The United Stewardship Fund is “the way we unite vision, networks, leaders and churches to fund the mission of The Wesleyan Church.”
No matter what she’s involved with as ambassador of The Wesleyan Church, Jo Anne Lyon’s greatest joy is still seeing lives, churches and communities transformed because of the hope of Jesus.
Norwood Wesleyan Church, located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, is urban missional, because it is “located and serving in a high poverty area in a metropolitan area of over 200,000 people.”
Pray for this Special Session and for The United Methodist Church, asking God to anoint its leaders and delegates to seek first his will in all matters.
Habitat for Missions commits $500,000 to Global Partners missionaries. Read how your church can join this initiative.