“I might serve another 20 years in ministry without ever having so moving a Communion experience.”
More than a bus is so much more than a bowl of soup.
Churches with little to no online presence are receiving much-needed assistance to help aid effectiveness in ministry.
CORE Church, a small congregation in a predominantly African-American neighborhood, is caring for its community in big ways.
Around 50 percent of the 200+ men who live in “L-Dorm” at the facility are now engaged in discipleship groups three times a week.
With stimulus check funds, the Red Cedar Stimulus Initiative provided unexpected gifts for the community.
Providing food and clothing to area residents has impacted FLC lay and clergy as they continue to learn how to best engage with and minister to people.
Between installing a playground and providing meals, LifeLine Wesleyan Church is offering hope to families in its community.
Participants come to Dinner Table Church “just as they are,” whether hungry, addicted or homeless.
Congregants at Mountain View Wesleyan Church have found a way to serve those most devastated by one of the state’s wildfires.
Funds will be distributed in equal amounts throughout the next three years.
Neighbors provide hope and encouragement by praying on street corners.
For Pete and Ginnie Benson, making investments in students is one of importance in multiplying disciples to create a transforming presence in every ZIP code.
Immigrants are on the move, but God is on the move in the midst of them. And Wesleyans are on the move with God in this moment.
In the last four years, more than 100 women have responded to God’s call to be a multiplier within The Wesleyan Church.
Clergy care coordinators reach out to pastors and their families with prayers and calls and facilitate pastors’ access to resources like counseling or educational funding.
Congregants and leaders at a Wesleyan church in Minneapolis are actively seeking ways to build relationships and gain education on race relations.
Among the at-risk students that the learning center serves include children from low-income, single-parent and/or immigrant families.
We were looking toward Gary’s retirement and hoping for the opportunity to do more of the leisurely things we loved. Then God stepped in.
A Nebraska man vandalized church property and then returned to that church later after surrendering his life to Jesus.
With so much uncertainty surrounding kids returning to school in these COVID-19 days, some churches are stepping up to help.
Following are new degrees, programs and special resources to help adults in Wesleyan churches as they minister in their communities and fulfill God’s calling on their lives.
The official colleges, universities and seminary of The Wesleyan Church have announced plans for students’ returns this fall amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.