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Wisconsin District Superintendent Dan Bickel reflects on the district's unique partnership with Nicaragua and talks about plans to launch a new one with Uganda.
Church planter and worship leader Jenn Petersen shares her experience in co-starting a church with her husband and the one action that is key in the church planting process.
Let us hold unswervingly to the hope we profess, for he who promised is faithful.
Hebrews 10:23 NIV
Rev. Greg McClain is retiring after 38 years of service with the Wesleyan Church of Hamburg, a church that began in someone's living room and now averages 1,900 in weekly attendance.
Houghton College Librarian Glen Avery will retire in June, and he has his sights set on running seven marathons on seven continents in seven days.
The inaugural Breakaway retreat for pastors' spouses was deemed a success, both by leaders and attendees. Because of the positive feedback, future retreats will likely be held in the future.
Southern Wesleyan University dedicated the Nicholson-Mitchell Christian Ministry Center, a campus facility that will prepare future ministry leaders for generations to come.
A major earthquake hit Ecuador and thousands of lives have been devastated. You can help those in drastic need by providing water filters and hygiene kits.
Andrew Collins was a corrupt police officer who falsified reports just to get convictions. Now one of his victims, who served prison time, is one of his closest friends.
A beloved member of the Wesleyan Pension Fund team for the last 19 years has passed away. She was 54 years old.
The baseball strategy of intentional walks is popular and used by many coaches and managers. Jim Dunn compares this strategy to intentionally walking with Jesus via spiritual disciplines.