Lent is a season of preparation and sacrifice. It can also be a season of abandonment, whether sin, a bad direction, or even a dream. What can you abandon this Lent season?
Unprecedented need caused by what has been described as “the historically worst cyclone to have hit Mozambique” prompts General Superintendent Wayne Schmidt to activate the Wesleyan Emergency Relief Fund (WERF).
Why would Jesus ask us to sacrifice an act or item during Lent season? Self-denial is a good idea, but we can go about it for the wrong reasons.
Intentionally listening to and caring for people can lead to sharing Christ with people who are needing hope.
World Hope and Brooksville Wesleyan Church partner to is serve as a distribution site for donated bottled water, hygiene kits and food after hurricane.
Continued prayers for the return trip home for Pastor Jonathan from Puerto Rico
Thank God for cleansing your heart from sin.
Write God’s Word on your heart by reading it and meditating on it.
Put your full confidence in every promise God has made.
Rest in the knowledge that God is in control.
Invite Jesus into your heart today.
Pass along God’s grace to others.
Pray it forward by interceding for a hurting person today.
Confess your sins to God and receive His pardon.
Accept God’s free gift of salvation.
Only one mile away from Emancipation Park, Charlottesville, on August 12, Christians gathered in a predominantly African-American church to pray and worship.
A little girl’s desire to change her skin color is taking a Wesleyan pastor and his family on a journey they never expected.
Pray for someone today who you have considered beyond salvation.
Building one’s inner strength and overcoming life’s transitions can go hand-in-hand.
This shadowing experience will offer hands-on immigration legal services practice, program management experience and basic work on completing the BIA application for recognition and accreditation.
A pastor’s wife speaks on an unexpected life of limitations.
Lead people to a place where they can experience Jesus for themselves.
Here are some practical ways to make the transition to college easier on everyone.