Wesleyan college students and faculty leading others to Christ across our campuses.
North Carolina East District’s first Hispanic church restart is seeing great things happen.
Do you know these Wesleyans in the news?
Everyone needs a “Vivian.”
For years, Chris made poor choices — even being sent to prison. Now he’s experiencing freedom after placing his faith in Jesus.
Situated within the Appalachian and Pocono Mountains, Journeymate Wesleyan Church is making an impact in its corner of the world.
A number of OKWU students and alumni celebrated their baptisms on campus recently and numerous people were in attendance to witness it.
More than 300 people have decided to follow Christ in the Indiana South District this past year.
There is a Wesleyan church in the Northwoods of Wisconsin where real life change is happening. At Red Cedar Church in Rice Lake, a town of 8,000, more than 200 people were baptized one Sunday alone.
Indiana South District reports that 26 teens were baptized during its annual teen church camp.
There is a flourishing church in a poor area in the Philippines, and people are coming to know Christ amidst the dirt, rubble, and trash of one community.
Dr. Lyon is calling for reports on what God did in your church on Easter. Do you have a story to share about Christ transforming your life, your church, or your community?
Two SWU coaches reflect on how revival is happening in the athletic department. One coach says he hasn’t seen anything like it in his 28 years at the university.
22 Sailors and Marines baptized in Jordan River by Wesleyan Navy chaplain.