Do you know these Wesleyans in the news?
Haiti hit by earthquake and tropical storm within three days.
The partnership between World Hope International and the Wesleyan Mission in Haiti is saving lives, both physically and spiritually.
Global Partners missionaries are returning to the country they love after a sudden evacuation in February.
Missionaries serving in Haiti provide honest thoughts on being evacuated from the country they love.
Escalating unrest in Haiti has caused the U.S. Embassy to raise the security threat to level four (high), forcing evacuations.
A South Carolina church is flipping houses and supporting missionaries in the process.
God is enough, even when I am not.
Two young boys receive medical treatment at La Gonave Hospital and now face promising futures.
A doctor gives his account on how lives are being saved at La Gonave Hospital in Haiti, including a baby in distress.
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 youth pastors in Haiti saw a major need in their country after Hurricane Matthew hit and stepped up to help.
Goats for $75? Two months later, the needs for hurricane-ravaged Haiti have been updated. Read how you can tangibly help.
Wesleyan Church in Cuba recognized, Houghton College offers classes to immigrants and refugees, Kentwood couple moving to Haiti to serve foster children, and more.
Relief supplies continue to arrive in Haiti, weeks after Hurricane Matthew destroyed the livelihood of many.
Through partnership between The Wesleyan Church, World Hope International, Global Partners, and other organizations, the first shipment of supplies has been delivered in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Dan Irvine gives a heartfelt assessment of Haiti’s current crises, post-Hurricane Matthew.
Haiti took the brunt of Hurricane Matthew in the Caribbean and caused great devastation in the south. Flash floods, overflowing rivers, and mud slides in the mountains are still taking place.
The worst Caribbean storm since 2007 is expected to make landfall tonight in Haiti, followed by other countries where Wesleyan churches are serving. PRAY for God to have mercy on the helpless.
Planting trees can bring hope, both physically and spiritually. A team planted 100 fruit trees in impoverished Haiti, desiring to bring hope to a country in great need.
Global Partners missionaries and Haitian nationals are helping meet physical needs through nutrition and water treatment in La Gonave, which is opening the door to tell residents about Jesus.
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.
A beloved Wesleyan pastor passes away in a car accident, Houghton College recognized for economic impact and safety, Southern Wesleyan singers perform, and retired couple serves in Haiti.
Southern Wesleyan University is working with a South Carolina organization to help create long-term solutions in Haiti, ravaged by an earthquake five years ago.