New beginnings, service and tangible reminders of Christ’s journey mark Wesleyan worship this Easter.
Ryan Delamater and his team intersect culture, economics and technology with a nimble strategy of ministry.
A team of volunteers has started a new church in Wray, Colorado, simply because of their passion to make Jesus known.
United Methodists launch Wesleyan Covenant Association, World Hope helping bring relief to Haiti, SWU graduate named school district teacher of the year, and more.
Hornell, N.Y., may be small, but two Wesleyan churches in the area are having a big impact in the community.
Rev. Mick Veach believes to truly impact a community, a church must put down roots. So he and church staff are slated to reopen a historic location and create Mosaic Midtown Church in Detroit in June.
A restored marriage and a family returns to church. These are just two examples of lives being “made new” at North Point, a church plant in Minnesota.
What started out as a youth ministry at First Wesleyan Church in Huntington, W. V., is now ReClaim Church in nearby Barboursville.
A Michigan church is ministering outside its walls in the most unlikely places.
September saw some strong church starts in the east.
Oasis, a new ministry of Sandy Lake Wesleyan Church, had more than a successful service during its first Sunday meeting.