General Superintendent

New title, same passion

New title, same passion

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.

Immigrant Connection Shadowing Experience

Immigrant Connection Shadowing Experience

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.

​Leisure suit discipleship

​Leisure suit discipleship

Discipleship methods can become dated, just like a leisure suit from the 1970s. Wayne Schmidt gives four dynamics that are essential to successful discipleship.

Make the Most

Make the Most

Following Dr. Rev. Wayne Schmidt’s election as General Superintendent on June 6, 2016, we took the opportunity to interview him about his journey.

Scott Rhyno

Scott Rhyno

Chief Development Director for the Generous Living Office

The Dearly Deported

The Dearly Deported

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.

Dr. O.D. Emery passes away

Dr. O.D. Emery passes away

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.

Wesleyans in the news

Wesleyans in the news

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.

​Welcoming the Pope to America

​Welcoming the Pope to America

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…

We Do it Because of the Lost

We Do it Because of the Lost

“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

An International Wesleyan View of Refugees

An International Wesleyan View of Refugees

This statement on Refugees was adopted by vote of the delegates of the 2015 International Conference of the Wesleyan Church