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It has been our family tradition every Christmas day, since our firstborn experienced his first Christmas 12 years ago, to begin Christmas day with a time of celebrating Jesus’ birthday.
At the beginning of this Advent season, we want to set the record straight about Jesus.
The real meaning of Christmas can be summarized in the word, “incarnation.”
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.
Jesus came from heaven to earth and took on humanity, knowing full well that his mission would culminate in his sacrificial death on the cross.
Christmas outreaches at He Sapa New Life Native Ministries are just around the corner. Read about this exciting ministry.
The annual Christmas carol sing at Kingswood University is always an anticipated event.
No matter if your life resembles a shepherd or a wise man, the important thing is that you simply show up to worship the King.
Jesus did something unheard of, when, as a somebody, he became a nobody.
More than 100 people who attended Christmas services at Wisconsin’s Red Cedar Church placed their faith in Jesus. Read what else God did there in 2015.
Some Wesleyan churches have participated in a “Reverse Offering” in this Christmas season, choosing to bless countless people.
Jo Anne Lyon tells us how 8-yr-old Sherry was asked to play Mary in her church’s Christmas program. That simple act was the most significant thing that happened in her life.
The Wesleyan Church is committed to helping refugees, Greensburg Wesleyan Church gives away Christmas gifts, Denton Wesleyan Church members travel to New York to serve in the city, and more.
This time of year “peace on earth” can be heard often. While global peace is greatly needed, Ron McClung asks, “What about your peace at this Christmas season? At home, at work, and in life?
God is the divine kiss for all people, taking what has been distorted by sin and twisting his own lips to make human beings beautiful.
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.”
Wesleyans got creative in the ways they celebrated Christmas in 2014 and ministered to their communities.
OKWU implements new program to help students with debt, SWU singing group featured on local TV, and a South Carolina church gives to local charity fighting hunger.
An offended airline passenger shouted, “You shouldn’t say [Merry Christmas] because not everyone celebrates Christmas!” Everett Piper examines what the world would be like without the holiday.
#Love Columbus is more than just a hashtag used for social media purposes. Cypress Wesleyan Church has made it a point to love the Columbus area, having begun a campaign during the Christmas season.
Who were Jesus’ grandparents and what did they think of Mary’s unmarried pregnancy? Ron McClung speculates how they could have felt.
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.
Pennsylvania church helps hand out 3,000 blankets, OKWU files appeal against federal government, SWU hosts spiritual transformation services, and more news.