December 14th, 12 pm ET

We live in a world that is increasingly complex. Many pastors and leaders are hearing from congregants that they feel anxious and afraid of the future. Join us on Tuesday, December 14 at noon ET as we talk about “Anxiety in the Pew.” Sharing in this discipleship conversation will be Wesleyan pastors and leaders sharing what they have found to be helpful.

Webinars

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

Anxiety in the Pew

We live in a world that is increasingly complex. Many pastors and leaders are hearing from congregants that they feel anxious and afraid of the future. Join us as we talk about “Anxiety in the Pew.”

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The New Discipleship App

Do you have the new Wesleyan Discipleship app? Join us for our November discipleship conversation with app designer, Rev. Corey Seales, and Rev. Megan Koch, major content contributor. Learn about the functions and capabilities of this new tool.

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Appreciating Pastors Post Pandemic

It’s been a season of challenge and change for pastors and leaders. Joining our discussion will be members from the Wesleyan Clergy Care Team along with District Superintendent Matt Pickering sharing their own discoveries.

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Discipleship & Leadership

New Fall Webinar – Discipleship & Leadership. Join us as we explore the dynamics of discipling leaders. Among our guests will be Debbye Turner Bell, Leadership Development Pastor at Kentwood Community Church, and David Drury Founder of DruGroup.

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Reclaiming Holiness

Holiness has an image problem. It is not about a relentless list of rules and judgments. It’s about a life lived in a transformational and missional way empowered by God’s Spirit.

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