The world is watching to see if our gospel is big enough to address racism.
A lesson on praying bold, specific prayers and expecting God to answer.
A New York church experiences a successful church adoption after a decade-long search.
Lay and clergy alike can be assessed to determine individual roles in multiplication — no matter one’s vocation.
I tell you, children and youth ministry workers, you have a special ministry.
Why settle for turning over a new leaf, when you can renew your mind?
Earle Wilson experienced the welcome of heaven’s King Jesus with the words, “Well done, good and faithful servant.”
The Wesleyan Worship Project was launched with the mindset of inspiring Wesleyan songwriters to write songs rich in Wesleyan theology.
The General Board discussed the postponement of General Conference and more at its first-ever, all-virtual meeting.
Followers of Jesus were never meant to lure in the fish only by inviting them to church.
Have I prepared a place for Jesus in my own heart?
Significant changes, improvements and growth mark Voss’ 10 years as the university’s president.
The post-COVID future can be bright because each of us can choose to make it so.
Stepping out in faith, this church is committed to “loving, living and leading” to renew a disciple-making movement in Buffalo.
The conclusion of peacemaking is long and difficult, but acts of peacemaking are deceptively simple.
More than a bus is so much more than a bowl of soup.
Arizona pastors find God’s power being made perfect in their weakness, uncertainty and pain.
How is God urging you to welcome someone “outside” into your “inside?”
Seemingly small actions speak a profoundly larger message when it comes to discipleship.
For Pete and Ginnie Benson, making investments in students is one of importance in multiplying disciples to create a transforming presence in every ZIP code.
Congregants and leaders at a Wesleyan church in Minneapolis are actively seeking ways to build relationships and gain education on race relations.
When God created man and woman in his creative image, he didn’t then ask them to sit back and watch.
The whole story of God both compels a life and compassion and frees us from the fear of death.