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Missionaries sent (back to the USA)

Missionaries sent (back to the USA)

The farther one gets from his or her home culture, the easier it becomes to link arms with others in the global church.

Missionaries sent (back to the USA)

Missionaries sent (back to the USA)

The farther one gets from his or her home culture, the easier it becomes to link arms with others in the global church.

Inspiration

Go towards the pain

Go towards the pain

What does it look like to go towards the pain? It looks like freedom, healing and resurrection. And, I believe, it looks a lot like Jesus.

Go towards the pain

Go towards the pain

What does it look like to go towards the pain? It looks like freedom, healing and resurrection. And, I believe, it looks a lot like Jesus.

 

 

 

Taken Aback by Utah

Anticipate the surprise of joy when keeping company with God.

Voices

A place for Jesus

A place for Jesus

Have I prepared a place for Jesus in my own heart?

Voices

A place for Jesus

A place for Jesus

Have I prepared a place for Jesus in my own heart?

Resources

Take the path of rethinking church

Take the path of rethinking church

To walk this path requires more questions than answers, a high tolerance for uncertainty, a good measure of grit and—most of all—the willingness to die.

How to Talk About Racism

How to Talk About Racism

Wesleyan Publishing House is committed to keeping the conversation going. That's why on July 8th, we hosted a webinar, “How To Talk About Racism”, featuring our resource Multiethnic Conversations.   Authors Mark DeYmaz and Oneya Fennell Okuwobi, alongside Tony Casey...

Digital Adult Curriculum Sale!

Digital Adult Curriculum Sale!

Wesleyan Publishing House is always looking for ways we can serve our customers and this unusual season of pandemic is no exception. June through August, we are offering our digital summer quarter adult curriculum materials for $1.49 each and FREE to anyone who buys...

Take the path of rethinking church

Take the path of rethinking church

To walk this path requires more questions than answers, a high tolerance for uncertainty, a good measure of grit and—most of all—the willingness to die.

How to Talk About Racism

How to Talk About Racism

Wesleyan Publishing House is committed to keeping the conversation going. That's why on July 8th, we hosted a webinar, “How To Talk About Racism”, featuring our resource Multiethnic Conversations.   Authors Mark DeYmaz and Oneya Fennell Okuwobi, alongside Tony Casey...

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