Wesleyan Hispanic pastors in the US understand the complexities of leading multicultural churches.
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Do you know these Wesleyans in the news?
An Ohio church partnered with three Indiana churches to host a block party. Lives have been “made new” as a result.
In a heartfelt and poignant letter, Stacy Yeager shares with the church how ministry to single moms is desperately needed today.
Students make 100,000+ meals to be sent to Haiti, Ohio church hosts Night to Shine, Houghton endowment amounts top Harvard, Wesley Seminary names new assistant dean, and more.
Wesleyan pastor relocating to Nepal, women at Ohio church fight human trafficking, Wesleyans in Barbados gather for first National Assembly, and race car driver talks about education.
Delaware church packs 100,000 meals for needy, OKWU fights “contraceptive mandate,” Ohio church partners with nursing home to make mats for homeless, IWU announces new football program, and more.
North Carolina church helps build ministry center in Cuba, OKWU president speaks on Supreme Court steps, SWU plans residential facility for special needs students, and more.
OKWU president speaks at Kansas rally, Digby group prepares for refugee family’s arrival, California church fights against abortion funding, and more.
Pastor’s pregnant wife remembered, Canadian church sponsors refugees, a Wesleyan pastor helps develop “Granny Pods,” New York church members head to Haiti, and more.
United Wesleyan Church hosted a neighborhood open house, and Rev. Mark McKay reports lives are being “made new” as a result.
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.
Barbados Wesleyan Holiness Church won’t perform same-sex weddings, NFL player partners with Ohio church, couple’s hard work in kids’ theater pays off, and Canadians moving to Haiti for their children.
Some residents in Chillicothe, Ohio, are experiencing a good night’s sleep, perhaps for the first time, thanks to the Bed Brigade ministry at First Wesleyan Church.