March 9, 2020 – 12 PM Eastern
What is the impact of COVID-19 and quarantine on the mental health of clergy and parishioners? Why are so many feeling exhausted and drained? Join the conversation Tuesday, March 9th at noon as Wesleyan clergy and mental health practitioners help us better understand the relationship between discipleship and mental health and share with us symptoms that are warning signs that help is needed.
Below are webinars that showcase discipleship models. View webinars from ministry leaders who have shared what they do in their context. While each context is unique, these models can provide helpful starts as you think about designing discipleship journeys for your church.
Previous Discipleship Webinars
We are commanded to love God and love others well. Becoming familiar with elements of Cultural Intelligence can assist us in understanding and reaching out to others. Join us in a conversation: Cultural Intelligence: Discipleship Implications.Read More
Many leaders long to see the people in their sphere of influence healthy, maturing, and growing as Christians. Hear about a tool that can help by joining in a webinar on Emotionally Healthy Discipleship on Tuesday, January 12th at noon ET.Read More
How are you discipling the next generation at your church? Join us as we discuss this with The Wesleyan Church's Director of NextGen Multiplication and Discipleship, Zach Coffin, and Anthony Smith from Mission House.Read More
What does it mean to disciple people in the midst of a polarized nation? Let’s talk about it and then pray for our nation on Tuesday, November 10th at noon.Read More
Our discipleship efforts must reach “from everywhere to everywhere” and that includes populations in sheltered communities. Join this webinar for an invigorating conversation.Read More
Do you have a reaction when you hear the words “spiritual discipline?” Does it conjure up images of your grandparents’ faith? Join us for a conversation on “Spiritual Disciplines in a Fast-Paced World.”Read More
Celebrating every time a disciple makes a disciple and a church multiples itself, until The Wesleyan Church has a transforming presence in every zipcode.