Just like you need a pastor’s care and support, a pastor needs the same in return.
Ohio congregation sees spiritual awakening by meeting physical needs.
Parkway Church makes steady inroads in the community as God moves them forward through the pandemic.
Arizona church serves community months before launch.
Sometimes sharing the gospel is as simple as riding your bike.
Two North Carolina congregations merge to form “One Church.”
Food pantry volunteers wondered how they’d feed those in need with a recent shortage in donations. Then, God provided what they needed and more.
A rural church pastor sensed God asking him to help minister in the urban settings in a neighboring state.
“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?
Business owners create a work environment where sharing the gospel is becoming commonplace.
Michigan churches give generously to bless others.
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.
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.
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.
A small church in Kansas is engaging in life-changing ministry, especially in the lives of some of its own.
A small town is brought together by a duo’s love of board games and video games.
Sent Church’s Warming Center is providing families relief in some dire, cold circumstances.
The Wesleyan Church can continue to mobilize lay and clergy in Unleashing a Kingdom Force and can capitalize on the digital platform to do so.
Before COVID-19 hit, the church helped approximately 2,300 people in two years.
As Miravete studied the Bible, the truth of who Jesus is began to profoundly change his life.