Pastors and churches cross district and national borders to multiply and see others Made New.
God is using “the Latin flavor” to bring a rich and unique Unleashing of a Kingdom Force in The Wesleyan Church.
Rev. José A. Barboza reflects on the work of the 2022 Hispanic Connectional Roundtable.
Multiplication is somewhat new within the Hispanic Wesleyan community, with only a couple of years of discovery.
Rugh has already made a significant impact in her role as director of Spanish Ministry Education and Clergy Care.
When Alejandro attended RENUEVO, he was cynical and skeptic about knowing Jesus. But that weekend, Jesus began a new work in his life, and he’s not been the same since.
In its seventh year, Renuevo, which means “renew” in Spanish, is a spiritual retreat and highlight of the summer for many who attend.
Lives are being Made New in Wesleyan Hispanic churches across Florida.
This California church was formed as a result of Edgar and Eylin’s landlord asking to learn more about the Bible.
Interested in becoming more aware & building relationships with the immigrants in your community? Click here for suggestions & ideas.
For Churches who want to take action and launch an immigration legal ministry site, we have listed five immediate action steps below.
Open the way for new approaches to mission and ministry in response to:
Immigration & Migration,
Globalization, Urbanization, Exploitation
A member of Skyline Church Hispanic congregation in La Mesa, Calif., experienced a mother’s worst nightmare and a powerful miracle, all in the same day.
Immigrant Connection: Loving the Immigrant:
Friday, May 2, 2014
2400 Santa Anita Avenue
So. El Monte, CA 91733
The very first Immigrant Connection site in The Wesleyan Church has been approved by the Board of Immigration Appeals. Here is the announcement and the story behind a transformed Church and community