Looking back at a key structural change as we approach the 14th General Conference.
Courageous pursuit of God’s mission calls for continuity and pressing forward together.
As General Conference approaches, may the Holy Spirit unleash Wesleyans to be innovative and courageous in doing whatever is necessary to be a Kingdom Force in making disciples, multiplying churches and being a transforming presence.
A former General Superintendent, Dr. McIntyre faithfully served in The Wesleyan Church in various capacities.
No matter what she’s involved with as ambassador of The Wesleyan Church, Jo Anne Lyon’s greatest joy is still seeing lives, churches and communities transformed because of the hope of Jesus.
This shadowing experience will offer hands-on immigration legal services practice, program management experience and basic work on completing the BIA application for recognition and accreditation.
I denounce any behavior couched as Christian that dehumanizes people and elevates one group over another.
Discipleship methods can become dated, just like a leisure suit from the 1970s. Wayne Schmidt gives four dynamics that are essential to successful discipleship.
Following Dr. Rev. Wayne Schmidt’s election as General Superintendent on June 6, 2016, we took the opportunity to interview him about his journey.
Former General Superintendent Dr. Lee Haines has passed away. He served as General Superintendent for 12 years, as well as in various other church leadership roles.
General Superintendent Dr. Wayne Schmidt called the Church to focused prayer as he reminded the assembly of the primacy of the Great Commission and being the apostolic church.
Dr. Wayne Schmidt delivered an acceptance speech filled with humility and vision.
Newly elected General Superintendent Dr. Wayne Schmidt announced that Rev. Scott Rhyno will serve as chief development director for The Wesleyan Church.
The General Conference of The Wesleyan Church has elected Dr. Wayne Schmidt, by a strong majority, on the first ballot, to be the General Superintendent of the North American General Conference.
Chief Development Director for the Generous Living Office
As we Wesleyans often say, immigration is an issue, but immigrants are people. We must always remind ourselves that these situations impact real people—our brothers and sisters in Christ.
A renowned church leader within The Wesleyan Church has passed away. Dr. Oren (O.D.) D. Emery passed away in North Carolina, Sunday, November 1, 2015.
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.
President Obama appoints Jo Anne Lyon to Advisory Council, Wesleyan football player passes away, Dr. Lyon examines the Church’s role in emergency response efforts, and more.
Jo Anne Lyon Appointed to President’s Advisory Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships
President Obama announced his intent to appoint Rev. Dr. Jo Anne Lyon, General Superintendent of The Wesleyan Church, to the President’s Advisory Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships.
It was an honor to be an invited guest to welcome Pope Francis to our country. I’ve had some time to reflect on this experience…
Ed Stetzer interviews Dr. Jo Anne Lyon, General Superintendent of The Wesleyan Church, who explains the aspects of Wesleyanism. The article first appeared in “Christianity Today.”
“I cannot believe all the depth and significance of the training that is happening at this! I believe God is going to use this ministry in ways we cannot yet even grasp…” Dr. Jo Anne Lyon
Christianity Today published responses to the same-sex marriage ruling where The Wesleyan Church sought to communicate a redemptive message of both hope and holiness into the debate over sexuality.