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.
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.
God is using the church with a different kind of name to reach Merrillville — in a unique way.
The pandemic has given Mission of the Dirt Road an “in” when it comes to having added opportunities to communicate the gospel.
When Central Wesleyan Church wrapped up food distribution, more than 20,000 meals had been provided to community families.
The church has believers from Nigeria, Brazil, other countries in Latin America, South Africa, the Philippines and India, along with growing numbers from Korea, China, the Middle East, Europe and other African countries.
Monterey Wesleyan is in a season of growth, not just in numbers or finances but in the area of discipleship.
The group of teens has been faithful to meet daily for a time of fellowship and discipleship during COVID-19 shutdowns.
“Recognizing we have an obligation to help others, we have prayerfully sought to see where needs might be beyond our church walls.”
When COVID-19 affected Noah’s church in unexpected ways, he saw a ministry need and filled it.
New Brunswick church launches house church model and folks are meeting in various locations—even in a local campground.
No one living under a bridge or behind a garage from Trinity Church / Garfield Park has come down with COVID-19, a gift of grace from God.
Caruthersville Wesleyan Church is known in the community as a church that prays.
With a congregation of less than 300, Hope Church is doing mega-church work with small-church resources.
Two California churches are ministering during COVID-19 in unique ways.
Despite planting in the midst of COVID-19, this Oklahoma church is finding creative ways to safely connect with its community.
Robbins First Wesleyan is a “small church with limited resources,” but the congregants and leaders are choosing to be intentional in how they engage in ministry.
From Easter Sunday firsts to COVID-19 outreach, the church is leaving a lasting imprint on surrounding communities.
Around 100 people heard the gospel via car radio while maintaining social distancing at the church in Salem, Virginia.