It wasn’t until I returned home from my trip to Israel that God truly revealed the power of his Word.
How does God speak to you?
Many Americans — particularly those in the news media — are more likely to recognize a “Harry Potter” reference than a biblical one.
The Africa Study Bible is the first-ever, full English translation of God’s Word, complete with stories, cultural heritage, and experiences with Africans in mind.
Who’s responsible for whether I become more like Jesus—me or the Holy Spirit?
A Muslim man who experienced anxiety when hearing the Call to Prayer began reading God’s Word and soon only knew peace.
Quizzers from Christ Wesleyan Church in Milton, Pa., took home top honors in the 2016 National Wesleyan Bible Bowl.
Dr. Matthew Sleeth gives seven applicable examples of how to live with a gospel-driven perspective in everyday life.
Placed in solitary confinement and hung by his arms for days, prisoner Rafael still chose to praise God while alone in a dark room.
Matt LeRoy of Love Chapel Hill invites you to join him on a Lent journey by reading Scripture and personal reflections from others.
As I recently dropped off my daughter for her freshman year of college I left behind a simple box, the most important one to make the trip in the vehicle.
Fifty-six quizzers from nine states gathered this summer at IWU for the 2015 National Wesleyan Bible Bowl Tournament.
The mirror of God’s Word helps you see who you are on the inside.
I love Jesus most, but while participating in a recent General Board Meeting of The Wesleyan Church, I realized how much I love the church of my youth.