Wesleyan Publishing House partners with Jon S. Kulaga, Andrea Summers and Jim Lo for 2023 Advent devotional resource.
At the beginning of this Advent season, we want to set the record straight about Jesus.
My heart leaps for the possibilities of what 2019 can hold by way of the body of Christ, his Church.
Unexpected challenges are bound to surface this Christmas season. But one thing we know: Jesus came, and he still comes to hearts that are open to him.
The new Resource Center now hosts more than 100 resources, all FREE to the local church.
Jesus did something unheard of, when, as a somebody, he became a nobody.
Viewers of NBC’s “The Voice” know all about the “instant save” feature. Jim Dunn speaks of a more original, more life-giving “instant save.”
Who were Jesus’ grandparents and what did they think of Mary’s unmarried pregnancy? Ron McClung speculates how they could have felt.
It was Christmas break my sophomore year of college. I was driving home for winter break on a two-lane road through snowy, rural West Virginia. I hit ice and slid down an embankment.
When a 15-year-old killed Al’s son in a car accident he wanted revenge. Then he met Jesus at a Christmas Eve service and everything changed.
Sandy Lake Wesleyan Church in the Western Pennsylvania District is celebrating an “avalanche of generosity” during the four Sundays of Advent.
Why is Jesus so controversial? Not only because of who He is, but because of who He tells us we are! He came into a prison with criminals who need to be pardoned. Us.