On Valentine’s Day, we think about love as it relates to our spouses, sweethearts, children or parents. But we can show love in unexpected ways as well.
The pursuit of perfection leads to paralysis, but seeking progress leads to purpose. Consciously decide to value your progress over perfection. Focusing on excellence is healthy; pursuing perfection is not.
One of the greatest challenges of a leader is to make people decisions. You just can’t see everyone.
God is the only being who can say, “Everyone praise me!” and it’s gloriously good for all.read more
Dr. Michael Jordan was not raised in The Wesleyan Church, but now considers himself a “proud Wesleyan convert.” As Dean of the Chapel and Chair of the Religion Department at Houghton College, his desire is to be a positive representative of the Church for his...read more
On Valentine’s Day, we think about love as it relates to our spouses, sweethearts, children or parents. But we can show love in unexpected ways as well.read more
The bad air filter reminded me how negative “spiritual filters” can prevent the Holy Spirit from working in my life.read more
Hope Guptill is in her fourth year at Kingswood University, but that’s not where she learned the most about ministry. As a pastor’s kid, Guptill has experienced the joys—and the heavy burdens—of leading the Church, motivating her to commit to supporting those in...read more
Most of us would love nothing more than for life to move in a straight line on the map -- no speed bumps, sharp turns or second-guessing. But Katie Betts could tell you that our journeys don’t always traverse the path so straightforwardly. A talented musician, Betts...read more
What makes you an enthusiast like John and Charles Wesley? “Bearing up under challenges, staying rooted in God’s Word, having a close group of friends, ministering to the needs of the unfortunate and a vibrant prayer life” states Bob Whitesel, D. Min, Ph.D., author...read more
“Let your words be the genuine picture of your heart.” — John Wesley
Consider what you have learned by attempting something without putting God first.read more
Luciano Latouche grew up in Leogane, Haiti. From the age of three, he was in the Compassion International Program, a child advocacy ministry partnered with The Wesleyan Church in Haiti. Latouche grew up in the Church and became a believer at a young age. When his...read more
Pastor’s twins: Cori and Leah Glendenning share the lifelong impact of growing up in a Christ-centered family
Twins Cori and Leah Glendenning grew up at Orchard Park Wesleyan Church in Western New York, where their dad served as senior pastor. Through life lessons at home and shenanigans in youth group, Leah and Cori developed a deep appreciation for their upbringing’s way of...read more
The pursuit of perfection leads to paralysis, but seeking progress leads to purpose. Consciously decide to value your progress over perfection. Focusing on excellence is healthy; pursuing perfection is not.read more
When I have faced life’s hardships, joy is not at the top of my list of places to turn for strength. In fact, it’s quite often lost somewhere at the bottom. But I have been challenged to look at the role that joy plays in my life.read more
In her third year at Kingswood University, Tatyana Russell-Chipp has learned social holiness, and the call to become a servant first. “Like taking a fish out of the tank and putting it in the ocean” After being adopted from Birobidzhan, Russia as an infant, Tatyana...read more
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