Some important actions were passed during the 129th session of the General Board of The Wesleyan Church, which met at the denominational headquarters in Fishers, Indiana.
Pastor’s pregnant wife remembered, Canadian church sponsors refugees, a Wesleyan pastor helps develop “Granny Pods,” New York church members head to Haiti, and more.
Milliken Wesleyan Methodist Church members traveled within the northern part of Ontario to serve on a missions trip with Harvest, a developing church plant.
Alfred Kalembo calling on Zambian churches to build schools and health centres, OKWU President Everett Piper speaking at conference, SWU offering scholarships to shooting victim’s children, and more.
Chaplain Captain Ray Smith served one month in Nepal after the disastrous April earthquake. His service was appreciated by many, and he was rewarded with thousands of smiles and thanks.
South Dakota church begins Stephen Ministry, husband wife pastor duo welcoming Winnipeg’s strangers, Houghton College creates solar array, and more.
A Canadian church builds a shelter for victims of disaster and IWU launches an innovative MBA program.
The International Conference of The Wesleyan Church unanimously adopted a resolution granting conditional approval to form the Established National Conference in Canada.
A new Indiana law affecting IWU makes national news, a Canadian church helps fund a school breakfast program, an Alabama church honors local police officers, and OKWU to add bioethics major.
Pennsylvania church helps hand out 3,000 blankets, OKWU files appeal against federal government, SWU hosts spiritual transformation services, and more news.
This fall Kingswood University welcomed hundreds of high school students from across the eastern region of Canada and the U.S. as the university hosted World Concerns Day and Encounter Weekend.
Jo Anne Lyon is interviewed about evangelical nonprofits’ hiring women in top positions, IWU partners with the Indianapolis Colts, a magistrate resigns regarding uniting gay marriages, and more.
Mark Gorveatte’s resignation will be effective June 2015, although H.C. Wilson “believes the board . . .wishes that President Gorveatte would stay on.”
A Wesleyan couple is “welcoming the stranger” in one of the most diverse cities in Canada.
I couldn’t stop thinking how we had given out of our abundance while they had given out of their poverty.
The Kingswood University Saunders Irving Chapel has been now paid in full.
At the launch of the Buckingham Leadership Institute, Christian leaders from many denominations showed up and pledged their enthusiastic support, including financial support.
Kingswood University is pleased to announce a centre to inspire and equip leaders in the local church – the Buckingham Leadership Institute.
The Wesleyan Church in the United States and Canada set a new record in worship attendance during 2011-2012.
FLAME, the adult education initiative of The Wesleyan Church’s Department of Education and the Ministry, held its first Canadian event.