Latest Blogs

Maintaining a holy life

Today’s atmosphere is not ideal for producing a holy life — in fact, the atmosphere has never been ideal.

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Daily snapshot

What would someone catch you doing if they were to sneak a picture of you during your day? Would your actions and words reflect the love and hope you find in Christ?

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Thrive In 5: Emotional

If you have read A.A. Milne’s Winnie the Pooh, are you an Eeyore or a Tigger? “Eeyores” are your typical pessimists. Life is one disappointment after another. Positive things are never as good as imagined. Neutral things are worse than expected. Negative things are...

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"Let your words be the genuine picture of your heart ." — John Wesley

Better together: Rodrigo Azofeifa’s ministry

The image in Revelation 7:9 of a great multitude from every nation, tribe and people inspires Rev. Rodrigo Azofeifa’s passion for inclusive worship.
This work in multicultural church unification has become a passion for Azofeifa.

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Baptism: A Mark of Discipleship Webinar

In the early days of the church baptism was a declaration that a believer was identifying with a group of despised people called Christians. But what place does baptism hold in our modern discipleship process?

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For you, I give thanks.

General Superintendent Wayne Schmidt gives thanks for The Wesleyan Church, sharing stories of God’s transforming love at work this year.

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What Eugene Peterson taught me

As I reflect on the life and legacy of “Pastor Pete,” here are four topics that have been particularly helpful to me from his writing.

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