Planting a church during a pandemic was never the plan, but God has been using unconventional circumstances to do incredible things through Table Church.
Do you know these Wesleyans in the news?
In the face of some hardships, Pastor Fernando Martinez and his family began to regret their decision to move to the U.S. to plant a church.
Following is a report from Pastor Kevin Barnsdale, Countryside Wesleyan Church in Alva, Florida, that will bless and inform you. Needs are great in disaster-impacted areas and reports of significant damage continue to surface.
General Superintendent Wayne Schmidt is activating the Wesleyan Emergency Relief Fund in response to damage sustained in Florida and the Caribbean.
World Hope and Brooksville Wesleyan Church partner to is serve as a distribution site for donated bottled water, hygiene kits and food after hurricane.
Initial reports are positive.
After 33 years of combined pastoral and missionary service, John and Shanda Croft are starting over, entering a new mission field.
Just two years into regular services, Church Experience in Clearwater, Florida, is celebrating how God is changing lives in the community.
Rev. Raymond Kensell served faithfully in the South for many years, in various forms of leadership.
Three Wesleyan Church districts report damage from Hurricane Matthew. Learn how you can help.
Sheila was previously involved in “dangerous religion.” But she met Jesus at the Church of the Jordan, and her life hasn’t been the same since.
It took six years for Gary Mammarello to step out in faith and trust God in planting a church. God is now using Resonate Church to change lives in North Tampa.
Unusual circumstances prompted Joe and Jennifer Jackson to pray about planting a church. Years later, God is using the new Savanna Church to impact lives in Wesley Chapel, a city in western Florida.
God is using a former General Superintendent and his wife to help bring life to a church that was near closing its doors just two years ago.
Michigan pastors pray in crime-filled neighborhood, Wesleyan high school football player in a coma, Houghton College helping refugees in Buffalo, and more.
The Florida District helps to purchase needed bicycles for pastors faithfully serving in Cuba.