Wesleyans believe laity are called to be ministers, engaging in God’s transformative work in the world.
In each season of life, Dr. Jeanne Argot helps others know God.
What happens at General Conference? Who can attend? What is a memorial? You’ve got questions and I’m inviting the Communication Team from headquarters to a webinar on May 10 at noon to help unpack the mysteries of The Wesleyan General Conference.
It’s on everyone’s radar, and we want to talk about it: Mental Health in the Church. Join me on Tuesday, April 12 at noon ET as I welcome folks from our Wesleyan family who are speaking into this issue.
Ever wonder if there is a way to harness this moment in history and the technological advancements available to us for Kingdom good? Today’s discipleship webinar will explore “Modern Technology & Ancient Faith.”
Clergy have been under an intense season of ministry. Sabbaticals are one way to combat burnout and promote renewal. But how do you go about planning one, and prepping your congregation? Let’s talk about it.
We live in a world that is increasingly complex. Many pastors and leaders are hearing from congregants that they feel anxious and afraid of the future. Join us as we talk about “Anxiety in the Pew.”
Celebration and guardrails have driven CMAD’s work to close the Gospel Gap in 2021.
Global Partners testifies to the powerful move of God across the globe through The Wesleyan Church.
Do you have the new Wesleyan Discipleship app? Join us for our November discipleship conversation with app designer, Rev. Corey Seales, and Rev. Megan Koch, major content contributor. Learn about the functions and capabilities of this new tool.
It’s been a season of challenge and change for pastors and leaders. Joining our discussion will be members from the Wesleyan Clergy Care Team along with District Superintendent Matt Pickering sharing their own discoveries.
A resource to encourage and equip all disciples to live rooted in God’s presence on their disciple-making journey.
New Fall Webinar – Discipleship & Leadership. Join us as we explore the dynamics of discipling leaders. Among our guests will be Debbye Turner Bell, Leadership Development Pastor at Kentwood Community Church, and David Drury Founder of DruGroup.
Kim Gladden shares a framework for evaluating your discipleship model.
Grace Point Church congregation learns to make disciples who make disciples.
Holiness has an image problem. It is not about a relentless list of rules and judgments. It’s about a life lived in a transformational and missional way empowered by God’s Spirit.
Tuesday, May 11, at noon ET, Mark Wilson will be my cohost as we explore what it means to ignite a passion for evangelism in your congregation today.
How do you remove barriers and gain the confidence to share your faith in everyday places? Join us for a conversation on Discipleship in the Marketplace.
Why do we feel exhausted & drained & what is the impact of quarantine on clergy and parishioners? Join us on March 9th at noon as Wesleyan clergy & mental health practitioners help us understand the relationship between discipleship & mental health.
At the end of the day, it’s not only about transforming a culture, church or denomination. It’s about people.
We are commanded to love God and love others well. Becoming familiar with elements of Cultural Intelligence can assist us in understanding and reaching out to others. Join us in a conversation: Cultural Intelligence: Discipleship Implications.
Many leaders long to see the people in their sphere of influence healthy, maturing, and growing as Christians. Hear about a tool that can help by joining in a webinar on Emotionally Healthy Discipleship on Tuesday, January 12th at noon ET.
How are you discipling the next generation at your church? Join us as we discuss this with The Wesleyan Church’s Director of NextGen Multiplication and Discipleship, Zach Coffin, and Anthony Smith from Mission House.