We can have the same spiritual awakening in our homes, communities and our churches as I had in the places where Jesus walked, if we make it our purpose to believe, belong and become.
Individually, we who call ourselves followers of Christ need the light and resourcing from the Holy Spirit to fix broken things that we have become accustomed to.
Sometimes we can be really good at talking, instead of slowing down and taking the time to listen.
“From that moment on, I was a believer in verbally sharing Scripture stories in everyday life.”
Jesus takes broken pieces from our past, present and future and holds them together in perfect union.
At the beginning of this Advent season, we want to set the record straight about Jesus.
The goal of our services is to simply remember that God loves us and keep showing up.
A Wesleyan pastor shares the highs and lows, the victories and sorrows, that followed after he fell 450 feet off an Oregon mountain.
As you rediscover Wesleyan Publishing House, we’d like to introduce you to our team!
Learn how to create a plan to climb toward the future and propel yourself toward the summit of your dreams.
Pastor Kelley illuminates the power of God to turn our efforts and even our failures toward God’s glory.
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