Hundreds of Wesleyans and congregations worldwide united as a denominational family before God praying and worshiping together.
As relationships between coworkers are built, natural opportunities can arise for believers to share the gospel with others they spend so much time with on a weekly basis.
How King David, youth groups and Christian friends helped a Muslim, living in the Deep South, find his way home.
A son’s request for a cell phone changed an entire family.
“We hope to get 1,000-2,000 Wesleyans together to talk about multiplying believers, leaders and churches.”
Can a church multiply when gatherings are limited?
This is the first in-person meeting since November 2019 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Business owners create a work environment where sharing the gospel is becoming commonplace.
Michigan churches give generously to bless others.
A single mother places her faith in Christ after watching church online.
With 20 years of experience in education, higher education leadership is a calling for Lewis.
We’re asking the Holy Spirit to do a new work so that we might be filled and sent in our neighborhoods, our communities, in every ZIP code and every divisional area around the world.
Read stories of what God did on Easter and beyond throughout the global Wesleyan Church.
The new cohort is offered for persons wanting to learn more on what God says in the Bible about loving immigrants.
The new president will begin serving in this role on July 1.
“Holy moments that mark a movement most often occur when the heart of God meets the hearts of those who love him and long for the transforming presence of his Spirit to fall afresh.”
Prayers from three years ago are being answered, and God just keeps on moving in lives.
Once she lived a life of sex, drugs and rebellion. Now she is planting a church and sharing her story of Jesus’ redemption.
Sometimes during COVID-19, drawing near meant debriefing with others and providing spiritual care that cultivates a healthy inner life for those working amidst death.
“How can we foster connections and develop intimacy despite distancing and not being able to be together the way we used to be?”
As we seek to be imitators of Christ, do we realize that our lives carry a ripple across time for our family, our neighbors, our co-workers, the people that we talk with in meetings or in conversations at the store?
The El Salvadoran Wesleyan Church is growing, and the Shenandoah District is honored to be a part of that process.
Small and medium-sized congregations are thriving in their outreach endeavors.
A short career in the military helped prepare Mark Adams for church planting and pastoral ministry in Emporia, Kansas.