The things that moved us and made us smile in 2018.read more
When the church was founded in 2014, the launch team of five people held very little diversity. Today, various nations are represented.read more
A one-year-old church plant in North Carolina has opened a coffee shop to reach its communities.read more
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The well-known sportscaster became a Christian through the ministry of 12Stone Church in Georgia.read more
"Let your words be the genuine picture of your heart ." — John Wesley
A shared understanding of The Wesleyan Church’s ecclesiology ensures a clear focus for our discipleship and church multiplication strategies.
It has been a joy to see The Wesleyan Church equip one another and make each other better.
The creation of Marion College (now Indiana Wesleyan University) was driven by a desire to establish a college in Indiana to serve the heartland of a growing denomination.
With an ever-expanding culture of multiplication and an emphasis to empower healthy churches to multiply new faith communities, The Wesleyan Church is beginning to experience the early signs of movement.
Alfred Kalembo’s ministry in his native Zambia has flourished and his work in rural areas has been noticed.
Do you know these Wesleyans in the news?
Jack Connell, the new president of Eastern Nazarene College, has served both in the local church and Wesleyan Higher Education.
Plans have become more formalized in the past few months about how and where Hephzibah will continue to serve vulnerable children.
The Church Planting Boot Camp took place in Lamont, Kansas, a town of just 28 people that is having an impact in God’s kingdom.
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