Josh McNall is a professor at Oklahoma Wesleyan University. In his new book, he describes challenges of communicating Christ outside our cultural niche.
Plains Church in Argonia, Kansas, hosted its 9th annual Bronc Kraft Memorial Rodeo. The event is well-attended and gives opportunities to minister to cowboys and fans.
Little did I know when I left America that God would transform my trembling heart into one that has been lovingly broken for Czech people.
Maria Julio Urebe, from El Salvador, ministers in Honduras in one of the most violent public parks in the city.
Would you consider personally working with refugees in your community? Here are some helpful things to note as you set out to love your neighbors.
¿Estás confiando demasiado en tu equipo para ganar a la gente para Jesús? ¿Tienes la “carnada” correcta? ¿Se muestra el amor de Jesús en tus palabras y acciones hacia los demás?
Brazilian Wesleyans trekked up a mountain to minister in Guyana villages. This endeavor comes 50 years after the pioneer work began in Guyana by two missionary couples.
“Night of the Churches” is a typical summer activity in Europe when churches and museums are open late and free for visitors. Our Czech co-laborers said, “Let’s hold our own “Night of the Church.”
We can do our best to convince people around us to accept Jesus as Savior. And while the Holy Spirit is the One to persuade, Jesus still asks us to be messengers. Do you have the right “bait”?
This brand new four-minute video just released by Global Partners provides a 360-degree view of what’s happening right now with this amazing ministry, including tremendous breakthroughs.
Many people within The Wesleyan Church are speaking up a lot so far in 2015. Find out why.
Most Christians are educated way beyond their level of obedience. And it can be awkward.
The intelligent and well-spoken 71-year-old woman with a Ph.D. broke into tears when I asked her to tell me her story during a recent flight.
Jim Dunn has one change he’d like to make in 2015, and he is inviting you to join him.
Once called the “Dark Continent,” the light of the gospel is reaching into the hearts of these great nations in Africa.
“Stop the film!” he yelled. “This is our village, and here we are all Hindus. We do not want any foreign religions to come into our place and take our people to their religion,” he said.
Are you seeking Jesus and his work in your daily life? And are you seeking out friendship so others can know Jesus’ saving grace?
JR Woodward interviews Mark Wilson about his new book, Purple Fish, available through Wesleyan Publishing House.
Nearly 30 people in Mozambique were “made new” as a result of a recent JESUS film showing.
Filled with humor and heartwarming stories, author Mark O. Wilson presents in Purple Fish an approach for sharing Jesus that is engaging, nonthreatening, and genuine.
In his new book, Wesleyan pastor Mark Wilson says both Christians and non-Christians alike are uncomfortable with evangelism.
The Heaven Is for Real book phenomenon has proven to be provocative in the American Christian community. The following Q&A responses might prove helpful.
In January 2014 alone, 3,200 people view the JESUS film in Sierra Leone. Many placed their faith in Jesus as a result.
If you know Jesus personally, you have a story to tell, a unique one that others desperately need to hear. r