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Church Multiplication and Discipleship
Join us for a Festival on Discipleship at College Wesleyan Church starting Monday, May 14th. Explore discipleship making with featured Wesleyan leaders. Come early for the shoulder event with the Church Multiplication and Discipleship team.
Most find sharing our faith hard. The truth is, God is the One who brings people to Himself. He invites us to join Him in that process. Join us for a 2-day intensive, 1-day conference and Wesleyan shoulder dinner around evangelism initiatives.
What does it look like to do discipleship on purpose with a plan? Kim Gladden & guests, Rev. Scott Moore, pastor of First Wesleyan Church & Rev. Wes Dupin, pastor of Daybreak Church will dive into a discussion exploring intentional discipleship.
The Multiethnic Ministries team announces new leadership that will continue to help The Wesleyan Church movement grow in diversity.
Faith Legacy Church is living up to its name, making church multiplication part of its DNA.
Join us for a discipleship webinar with our National Superintendents of The Wesleyan Methodist Church of New Zealand.
Wayne Lyon, who will serve as honorary host on the upcoming Discipleship Cruise, recalls what it was like to live in Cuba as a child.
Discipleship in Cuba looks much like it did during Jesus’ ministry on earth. You can learn about it first hand at the 2018 Discipleship Cruise as Cuban Wesleyans join in the event.
Join the Church Multiplication and Discipleship division of The Wesleyan Church as we share an understanding of discipleship at noon EST on September 26.
The transformative journey, taking place May 21-25, 2018, includes wonderful fellowship, impactful worship and time to reflect.
On August 15, we experienced the largest prayer call gathering this year. We believe participation had a great deal to do with what happened in Charlottesville this past weekend.
View webinars from ministry leaders who have shared what they do in their context.
We are committed to intentionally living out the value of diversity. This is who we are, rising up to who God has called us to be as Wesleyans.
Connecting pastors and churches for effective discipleship and multiplication is one of Church Multiplication and Discipleship’s main approaches.
The Wesleyan Church is aligning membership with discipleship as never before. Membership is a path of discipleship.
Wesleyan pastors and leaders joined 1,300 others as part of the Mosaix Conference to talk about multiethnic ministry within churches.
Introducing our strategic focus statement. The key message and vision statement remain the same. The missional focus reflects our commitment to the biblical Great Commission.
“Who will be our next pioneers?” This was the theme of the Sunday evening rally, led by Dr. Jim Dunn, executive director of Church Multiplication and Discipleship for The Wesleyan Church.
The General Conference, by overwhelming vote, elected Rev. Anita Eastlack to the office of executive director of the Division of Church Multiplication and Discipleship.
A free online conference for pastors and leaders will assist in providing age-appropriate ministries within the local church, while thoughtfully engaging intergenerational opportunities.
Dr. Jim Dunn will join Wesleyan Investment Foundation (WIF) as Vice President of Church Relations at the rise of the June 2016 General Conference of The Wesleyan Church.
Exponential may be a mathematical term, but it also holds weight in God’s kingdom–especially in the area of church planting and making committed disciples of Jesus.
Around 150 Wesleyan leaders attended the Christian Community Development Association (CCDA) Annual Conference in Raleigh, N.C., recently.