New beginnings, service and tangible reminders of Christ’s journey mark Wesleyan worship this Easter.
Lent is a season of preparation and sacrifice. It can also be a season of abandonment, whether sin, a bad direction, or even a dream. What can you abandon this Lent season?
“Let’s join together and pray that the church will respond to this aggression with the love and peace of Christ. In this dark time, pray that the light of Christ will shine through his Church.”
As Christ followers, we can have a servant attitude not just on Maundy Thursday, but every day.
Why would Jesus ask us to sacrifice an act or item during Lent season? Self-denial is a good idea, but we can go about it for the wrong reasons.
The Wesleyan Church is celebrating new ministries and changed lives in new ZIP codes.
Are you or is someone you know hopeless, ashamed, grieving or doubtful? Jesus brings resurrection relationship to those struggles and whatever else we experience that tears down relationships.
More than 32,000 people in 39 services attended 12Stone Church during Easter weekend.
No matter how you celebrate Easter remember that hope is found in an empty tomb–not in bunnies, chicks, and colored eggs.
For those who know Christ, a cemetery can provide hope for what is is to come: eternal life with the Redeemer.
Nancy Sleeth gives practical ideas on how to add to your Lent season this year, rather than subtract.
A Wesleyan church in New York has something to celebrate following this weekend’s Easter services. Also read reports from other churches across the denomination regarding their Easter services.
The prayers of Christ from the cross serve as an excellent model for our praying during this Holy Week.
Mary Magdalene went to the garden tomb, early in the morning. As day dawned, she saw the stone had been rolled away from the entrance. She assumed someone had removed the body of Jesus from the tomb.
Once you realize your need for a relationship with Jesus, as well as the importance of relationships with others, joy and authenticity can easily follow.
Jim Dunn heard a new word in fourth grade, something he wasn’t sure was okay to say. Now he encourages us to view that word as an opportunity to share Christ this Easter season.
Matt LeRoy of Love Chapel Hill invites you to join him on a Lent journey by reading Scripture and personal reflections from others.
See the humorous video. Estimates show that 200 million people in the U.S. do not know Jesus. The Wesleyan Church wants to do something about that through its 200 Million Reasons Offering.
Dr. Lyon is calling for reports on what God did in your church on Easter. Do you have a story to share about Christ transforming your life, your church, or your community?
How can you be generous with your witness for Christ this Easter?
The gospel is the story of the downward mobility of God, as Jesus became a man.