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Missionary Doris Wall remembered for kingdom service to Guyana, South America, and beyond.
“I have not stopped giving thanks for you …” Ephesians 1:16
The Wesleyan Church (TWC) districts to vote on two memorials passed at the 14th General Conference regarding gifts of the Spirit and membership commitments.
The Wesleyan Church (TWC) extends thank you at the 14th General Conference to two general officers who are transitioning to new ministry roles.
The 14th General Conference approves seminary’s inclusion in “The Discipline” and welcomes her leaders to Wesleyan Education Council and General Board.
Changes to the United Stewardship Fund (USF) at General Conference were designed to simplify the funding model, keep more money in the local church, support church multiplication and help struggling developing churches.
The 14th General Conference celebrates the installation of newly elected leaders.
General Conference’s Tuesday evening of worship invites Wesleyans to listen to God and consider their call to be a Kingdom Force Unleashed.
Amid weighty memorial business, affirmations of beliefs were made and gave way to spontaneous and Spirit-led worship.
24 women and men, lay and clergy elected by the 14th General Conference to serve the church in the next quadrennium.
Rev. Johanna Rugh elected by the General Conference to the office of executive director of Education and Clergy Development.
Rev. Dr. Ed Love elected by the General Conference to the office of executive director of Church Multiplication and Discipleship.
Rev. Dr. Dennis Jackson and Janelle Vernon re-elected for service and divisional leadership in The Wesleyan Church (TWC).
Rev. Dr. Wayne Schmidt re-elected to general superintendency of The Wesleyan Church (TWC).
The title of General Superintendent Emeritus was conferred upon Dr. Thomas Armiger by the 14th General Conference.
The opening rally of General Conference was filled with passionate worship, intentional reflection and a call to let go and invite God into our lives.
The Wesleyan Church (TWC) strives to simplify governing language, bringing greater clarity and usability to our practices.
Decisions made at past General Conferences have helped to shape who we are, where we are and the overall structure of The Wesleyan Church (TWC).
Someone encouraged and invested in us. Now, TWC, it is our turn.
Minnesota church serves over two million pounds of food in 2021.