How God is using a reluctant pastor to help transform the ministry — and people — of a Mississippi church.
Everyone needs a “Vivian.”
ALIVE Wesleyan gets into the resale business and farming to engage the community and plant churches in a unique way.
Renovate Counseling Services spreads the hope of Christ by promoting mental wellness.
New beginnings, service and tangible reminders of Christ’s journey mark Wesleyan worship this Easter.
Christ Community Church’s Pastor Randy Garner on a life of ministry and finishing well.
Wesleyans heard the call and are stepping up, providing relief and hope to Ukrainian refugees.
The Ukrainian refugee need prompts activation of the Wesleyan Emergency Relief Fund (WERF).
Research, conversations and passionate leaders recognize what we sing matters.
Wesleyan churches in Nova Scotia meet community needs by taking Love Week projects to the next level.
A woman who recently considered abortion invites us to be present and listen to her story.
ECD reports spiritual, emotional, relational and financial renewal amid rapid and unrelenting change.
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.
Rocket City Church launches with multiplication in mind.
Rev. Ben Capshaw’s way of life became a transforming presence of God’s love in his community.
Harvest Church embarks on unusual partnership with 12Stone.
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.