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.
A missionary family serving in Asia talks about being on the front lines of treating the sick during the coronavirus outbreak.
Global Partners gives global focus to the mission of The Wesleyan Church and provides an update in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak.
WHI is keeping track of the novel coronavirus and is preparing its response.
Thank you for praying for our Wesleyan family and the people of Bangladesh! The following has been received from Joshe Bose, district superintendent of Bangladesh.
100 million are expected to be impacted by Cyclone Fani. Approximately half of the Wesleyan Bangladeshi family will be affected by this storm in addition to five pre-schools and two orphanages.
“Let’s join together and pray that the church will respond to this aggression with the love and peace of Christ. In this dark time, pray that the light of Christ will shine through his Church.”
We repudiate such hateful action and hold onto the promise of Scripture which says, “Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good.”
Retirement was approaching and yet we sensed God leading us along another ministry trajectory—on the other side of the world.
The First National Conference of The Wesleyan Church of Uganda was held in Busia, Uganda.
After serving with Global Partners for 29 years, the Fergusons are embarking on a new adventure.
Global Partners wants to see that all women called to pastoral ministry around the world are equipped to fulfill their calling.
The Wesleyan Church, through the Wesleyan Emergency Relief Fund, is partnering with World Hope International to respond.
Storer Emmett’s passion for medicine and the gospel resulted in years of faithful ministry around the world.