It’s on everyone’s radar, and we want to talk about it: Mental Health in the Church. Join me on Tuesday, April 12 at noon ET as I welcome folks from our Wesleyan family who are speaking into this issue.
Ever wonder if there is a way to harness this moment in history and the technological advancements available to us for Kingdom good? Today’s discipleship webinar will explore “Modern Technology & Ancient Faith.”
Clergy have been under an intense season of ministry. Sabbaticals are one way to combat burnout and promote renewal. But how do you go about planning one, and prepping your congregation? Let’s talk about it.
We live in a world that is increasingly complex. Many pastors and leaders are hearing from congregants that they feel anxious and afraid of the future. Join us as we talk about “Anxiety in the Pew.”
Do you have the new Wesleyan Discipleship app? Join us for our November discipleship conversation with app designer, Rev. Corey Seales, and Rev. Megan Koch, major content contributor. Learn about the functions and capabilities of this new tool.
It’s been a season of challenge and change for pastors and leaders. Joining our discussion will be members from the Wesleyan Clergy Care Team along with District Superintendent Matt Pickering sharing their own discoveries.
New Fall Webinar – Discipleship & Leadership. Join us as we explore the dynamics of discipling leaders. Among our guests will be Debbye Turner Bell, Leadership Development Pastor at Kentwood Community Church, and David Drury Founder of DruGroup.
Holiness has an image problem. It is not about a relentless list of rules and judgments. It’s about a life lived in a transformational and missional way empowered by God’s Spirit.
Tuesday, May 11, at noon ET, Mark Wilson will be my cohost as we explore what it means to ignite a passion for evangelism in your congregation today.
How do you remove barriers and gain the confidence to share your faith in everyday places? Join us for a conversation on Discipleship in the Marketplace.
Why do we feel exhausted & drained & what is the impact of quarantine on clergy and parishioners? Join us on March 9th at noon as Wesleyan clergy & mental health practitioners help us understand the relationship between discipleship & mental health.
We are commanded to love God and love others well. Becoming familiar with elements of Cultural Intelligence can assist us in understanding and reaching out to others. Join us in a conversation: Cultural Intelligence: Discipleship Implications.
Many leaders long to see the people in their sphere of influence healthy, maturing, and growing as Christians. Hear about a tool that can help by joining in a webinar on Emotionally Healthy Discipleship on Tuesday, January 12th at noon ET.
How are you discipling the next generation at your church? Join us as we discuss this with The Wesleyan Church’s Director of NextGen Multiplication and Discipleship, Zach Coffin, and Anthony Smith from Mission House.
What does it mean to disciple people in the midst of a polarized nation? Let’s talk about it and then pray for our nation on Tuesday, November 10th at noon.
Our discipleship efforts must reach “from everywhere to everywhere” and that includes populations in sheltered communities. Join this webinar for an invigorating conversation.
Do you have a reaction when you hear the words “spiritual discipline?” Does it conjure up images of your grandparents’ faith? Join us for a conversation on “Spiritual Disciplines in a Fast-Paced World.”
Would you like to connect with a Wesleyan community to share in shaping discipleship culture that is relevant to your starting point? Join our next Discipleship Conversation to hear how we are expanding discipleship conversations across the spectrum.
Do you have a desire to disciple across ethnic lines? Do you want to grow your church’s Cultural Intelligence? On July 14 at noon EST join a Discipleship Conversation webinar on Cultural Intelligence in the Church.
Do you ever wonder if there is a relationship between racism, resistance, and righteousness? How does a Christian world view impact daily living in times of challenge and turbulence?
In this new media age, we offer worship services online, but what do we do about discipleship? How do we answer the call of the Great Commission in digital space? Join the Discipleship Conversation on Tuesday, June 9 at noon EST.
What are the discipleship implications for communities of color disproportionately affected by the Covid19 virus? How can we support one another? Hear first-hand experiences from Wesleyan brothers and sisters across our denomination.
As options for gatherings in church buildings begin to open, many leaders are wondering, “what now?”
Retooling your worship service? What elements make for effective discipleship through worship? The landscape has changed for many, but the underlying principles remain relevant. Join the conversation with Josh Lavender, Maribeth Jennings and others.