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Over 150 Wesleyan leaders attended this year's Christian Community Development Association Conference, a time to engage about God's transformation in churches, neighborhoods, and cities.
When we know we are one day closer to eternity than we were yesterday, how then shall we live? Jim Dunn examines what it means to live with purpose as the clock continues to run in each of our lives.
General Superintendent Dr. Jo Anne Lyon: "In these days our faith must be greater than our fear and we must courageously continue to follow the teachings of Scripture to welcome the stranger.
A Wesleyan church in Indiana has adopted its neighboring Quaker church, one that was about to close its doors.
Two respected district superintendents with The Wesleyan Church have retired after years of faithful service to the Church.
A Wesleyan pastor's credentials were suspended. But by God's grace and much hard work, she was restored and is telling her story with transparency, hoping to help others.
Presidents and chairs of the boards of trustees of each Wesleyan college and university met to strategize leading together from unified front in their effort to advance higher education.
The Wesleyan Church is joining the national campaign #GivingTuesday, a day to give back. Find out what five important areas within The Wesleyan Church you can give to so you can make a difference.
The World Health Organization has announced Sierra Leone–a country which accounted for nearly half of all cases during the epidemic–is Ebola-free! Wesleyans can continue to help, post-Ebola.
Global Partners Europe Area Director Dave Horne talked to Piotr Gasiorowski to understand more about the refugee crisis from a European perspective. Piotr leads a growing Wesleyan church in Poland.