South Carolina teens talk about how it looks to thrive as Christians in today’s tough culture.
Are we willing to leave places of comfort and join others to transform our society in a way that reflects the character and culture of Christ?
Is there something within your community where people have been at odds, standing on two different sides of the fence unwilling to listen to each other or work together?
The cultural shifts are not stopping, or slowing down, but we can guide the deconstruction and the reconstruction of Christianity in the west.
What separates prophetic boldness from dogmatic shrillness?
Separating boldness from shrillness in the age of outrage.
Many Americans — particularly those in the news media — are more likely to recognize a “Harry Potter” reference than a biblical one.
I don’t know all the reasons for this American Happening.
But I do know this: we need you.
De igual manera es la vida del ser humano, la podemos mirar de diferentes colores y esto tiene que ver muchas veces de cómo estén nuestras circunstancias y todo lo que nos rodea.
Josh McNall is a professor at Oklahoma Wesleyan University. In his new book, he describes challenges of communicating Christ outside our cultural niche.
David Drury, chief of staff to the General Superintendent of The Wesleyan Church, helps debunk some cultural myths surrounding evangelicalism. He joins two other church leaders in the conversation.
Houghton College is partnering with the Lilias Trotter Center to offer Islamic Studies courses at the college. The studies will aid in better understanding Muslims and their faith.
Do we assume the existence of right and wrong, accuracy and inaccuracy, in our asking or do we care more about silencing our opponents than correcting our own opinions?
This booklet is a compilation of The Wesleyan Church position statements on contemporary issues such as military service, equal rights, marriage, divorce, abortion, and more…