FLAME

Education & Clergy Development

Education & Clergy Development

Education & Clergy Development ECD Home Thriving Clergy The Gathering Ministerial Preparation Wesleyan Higher Education Events Thrive Financial Initiative Women in Ministry Flame What we do The Education and Clergy Development Division of The Wesleyan Church:...
Journeys Into Ministry: Rob Rogalski

Journeys Into Ministry: Rob Rogalski

“When I accepted the Lord in 1983, I dove headlong into lay ministry. I was involved in a senior executives’ small group at the Pentagon; I volunteered in youth, prison, and men’s ministries. But just over two and a half years ago, I felt a calling...
Journeys Into Ministry:  Rob Rogalski

Journeys Into Ministry: Rob Rogalski

“When I accepted the Lord in 1983, I dove headlong into lay ministry. I was involved in a senior executives’ small group at the Pentagon; I volunteered in youth, prison, and men’s ministries. But just over two and a half years ago, I felt a calling...
James Hertel, former college president, dies

James Hertel, former college president, dies

Rev. James W. Hertel, former president of Frankfort Pilgrim College in Frankfort, Ind., died on July 20, 2014, in Greenwood, Ind., at the age of 99. He served as college president from 1959 to 1966. In addition, he served as an evangelist and pastored several churches...
FLAME program celebrating historical milestone

FLAME program celebrating historical milestone

The Education and Clergy Development Division of The Wesleyan Church is preparing to celebrate a historic marker: its 100th FLAME event, which will take place in Frankfort, Ind., August 5-9. It is anticipated that between 200 and 300 people will attend. FLAME...
Canadian Wesleyans Host FLAME Event

Canadian Wesleyans Host FLAME Event

FLAME (Fellowship of Leaders Acquiring Ministerial Education), the adult education initiative of The Wesleyan Church’s Department of Education and the Ministry, held its first Canadian event.  A group of 45 students, staff, and faculty met at Centennial Road Church...