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Race, Resistance & Righteousness

Race, Resistance & Righteousness

Race, Resistance & Righteousness Register for the follow-up conversation, June 25th, Noon Eastern. A safe space, off-air, to talk and learn. www.wes.life/dc-june-25th//Do you ever wonder if there is a relationship between racism, resistance, and righteousness? How...
What Should Discipleship Look Like In My Church

What Should Discipleship Look Like In My Church

  Haga clic aquí para español This is a common question that pastors and church leaders ask, whether looking for a new model or evaluating a current one. There is no one-size-fits-all approach to making disciples. As you seek the Holy Spirit’s guidance, with...
How Do I Lead My Church To Be A Reproducing Church?

How Do I Lead My Church To Be A Reproducing Church?

  Haga clic aquí para español ‘Our fervent prayer is that we would close the gospel gap by mobilizing Kingdom Force, celebrating every time a disciple makes a disciple and a church multiplies itself until The Wesleyan Church has a transforming presence in every...
Pandemic fear, pandemic faith

Pandemic fear, pandemic faith

Haga clic aquí para español   There are so many Scriptures that have ministered to me through the pandemic. My Bible is my lifeblood in ‘normal’ life and more so in this time of uncertainty. Verses like,* “They that wait upon the Lord will renew their...
What Should Discipleship Look Like In My Church

What Should Discipleship Look Like In My Church

This is a common question that pastors and church leaders ask, whether looking for a new model or evaluating a current one. There is no one-size-fits-all approach to making disciples. As you seek the Holy Spirit’s guidance, with agape’ love toward the people in your...
COVID 19 & Wesleyan Communities of Color

COVID 19 & Wesleyan Communities of Color

COVID 19 & Wesleyan Communities of Color What are the discipleship implications for communities of color disproportionately affected by the Covid19 virus? How can we support one another? Let’s talk about it in our Discipleship Conversation on May 12 at noon EST....
Re-Entry: Discipleship After Quarantine

Re-Entry: Discipleship After Quarantine

Re-Entry: Disciple Making After Quarantine As options for gatherings in church buildings begin to open, many leaders are wondering, “what now?” Aviation science tells us re-entry is one of the most crucial times for a mission. And as churches across America...
Connecting with Immigrant Neighbors

Connecting with Immigrant Neighbors

  Guest Pastors Zach Szmara, The Bridge Community Church and National Director of Immigrant Connection, David Drury, Chief of Staff for The Wesleyan Church and Noelia Rodriguez, Church Planter Practical conversation on how we can be better friends to our...
Community Discipleship

Community Discipleship

Guest Pastors Dan Walker, Community Pastor and Bernie Haddad, Executive Directory Mercy Unleashed discuss community discipleship 5 Fall Discipleship Cohorts announced Christian Community Discipleship Association National Conference discount available to Wesleyan...
Movement Over Model

Movement Over Model

A primary role of The Wesleyan Church Division of Church Multiplication and Discipleship (CMAD) is resourcing. Most of the best resources and practices for ministry are constantly being created in a number of local churches where they are born out of real needs and...
Leading Like Jesus

Leading Like Jesus

My friend, Josmar, shared that she took offense when someone told her that she is a leader. “I’m not a dictator!” she replied. We agreed that the word “leader” brings a variety of reactions, depending on your definition. There is no...
Journey Into Spirit-filled Leadership

Journey Into Spirit-filled Leadership

Spirit-filled Leader My journey with Jesus and his still small voice has fine-tuned my definition to include “joyful surrender” and “courageous influence.” It’s not enough to surrender. It can mistakenly have residues of martyrdom,...
Who Is Your Why

Who Is Your Why

Why do you do the things you do and who do you do them for? That was a children’s video theme song when our two oldest children, Aaron and Bethany, were little. I don’t know if they think about it now that they are adults, but that song is often in my head. “Why do I...
Webinar Global Discipleship: Mexico

Webinar Global Discipleship: Mexico

Guest pastors Alejandro (Alex) Sicilia, Senda de Vida and Beau Hamner, College Wesleyan Church Hitting the wall before breaking open for what God wanted to do How discipleship became the focal point Lessons to be extrapolated for the North American church  Amplify...
Greatly forgiven

Greatly forgiven

Lately, I’ve been really moved by the story of the woman who washes Jesus’ feet in Luke 7. Every time I read it, I feel a deeper sense of awe and grace about what is going on in this story. To recap, Jesus is invited over for dinner by a Pharisee named...
The missing space

The missing space

People relate to one another differently in different spaces. Gather 30 people together in a large worship center and the experience will feel disconnected and distant. Gather the same 30 people in a living room and the energy and connection will increase...
¡Santa Matemática!

¡Santa Matemática!

English Matemáticas fue mi materia favorita en la escuela secundaria. Recuerdo lo ansioso que estaba porque llegara la hora de esa clase y correr a la pizarra cada vez que el profesor preguntaba quién sabía la respuesta a una ecuación. No me gustaba mucho historia y...
Evangelism and Discipleship Webinar

Evangelism and Discipleship Webinar

Evangelism & Discipleship Webinar What’s the connection between evangelism and discipleship? Join the discussion at our upcoming webinar, Evangelism & Discipleship, Thursday, April 18 at noon EST. Our featured guest will be Chris Conrad, District...