South Carolina teens talk about how it looks to thrive as Christians in today’s tough culture.
Another critical aspect of Houghton was a culture that made it easy for conversations about Jesus to flow freely, helping Trotman to expand in his faith.
Do you need to live in a constant state of super faith always believing and have no seasons of doubt to be saved?
Vacation was still a couple weeks away, and my anxiety was high. One day, I sensed God say to me, “I want to give Andrew a new story, but you must let me.”
It is very common in Zambia to compliment someone if they are a bit overweight or obese.
For those who know Christ, a cemetery can provide hope for what is is to come: eternal life with the Redeemer.
While wins and losses are important, Southern Wesleyan University strives for more in its athletic department.
I could not feel His presence—at least not right away. I couldn’t hear His voice; the silence was deafening.
Dr. Matthew Sleeth gives seven applicable examples of how to live with a gospel-driven perspective in everyday life.
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.
OKWU’s Collision Conference on apologetics asked one simple question: Who does your thinking for you?
No matter what you endured in 2015 or what you face in 2016, you can have hope in the New Year.
“It’s rare to have an opportunity to be able to help members of your congregation to inhabit their vocation as part of a Kingdom calling”
FREE RESOURCE! Leith Anderson, president of the National Association of Evangelicals, describes the difficulty of engaging in meaningful conversation that respects both faith and science.
Exponential may be a mathematical term, but it also holds weight in God’s kingdom–especially in the area of church planting and making committed disciples of Jesus.
Many people within The Wesleyan Church are speaking up a lot so far in 2015. Find out why.
A Wesleyan pastor doubts his wife’s prayer to win a grocery contest and is surprised in the end.