Global Partners testifies to the powerful move of God across the globe through The Wesleyan Church.
Wesleyan Hispanic pastors in the US understand the complexities of leading multicultural churches.
Ryan Delamater and his team intersect culture, economics and technology with a nimble strategy of ministry.
Tom and Sarah Cochran have Unleashed a Kingdom Force of rescuing vulnerable children around the world.
The Whites intersect artistic passion and manga culture to build spiritual bridges
When the Lord of the harvest calls, the next missionary might just be you.
Born from the example set forward by Jesus in Luke 10 of sending 72 ahead of him to every town and place he went, Project 72 was a short-term research and development project focused on developing pioneer leaders as they fill the gap between culture
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.
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.
“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.”
The El Salvadoran Wesleyan Church is growing, and the Shenandoah District is honored to be a part of that process.
Discarded socks and medical supplies lead to the formation of a nonprofit organization that is helping to change the world.
Global Partners continues to move forward in having a global impact with the gospel as 2021 approaches.
A radio ministry in Sierra Leone that dates back to 1974 is being revived.
Haitians living on La Gonâve now no longer have to question whether or not their water source is safe or clean or good.
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.
The corporate prayer that night is just the beginning for The Wesleyan Church to become a Kingdom Force movement.
Wesleyans from 40+ nations celebrated Pentecost, praying for the Holy Spirit to be unleashed in us, so that we may be Unleashed as a Kingdom Force from Everywhere to Everywhere.
World Hope International is answering the call for clean drinking water in West Africa, even in the midst of COVID-19.
We believe this time together will catalyze hundreds of prayers — literally, all over the world.
Christians in a creative-access country are blessing fellow brothers and sisters who are in great need
How Global Partners missionaries are doing and what you can do to help.