Historically, the Church has always stepped up to the plate; let’s not let this time be any different.
Although not everyone understands how valuable a life is, I believe God is changing hearts among his church, and as Christ’s disciples, we should be champions for his redemptive work within the pro-life movement as well.
Today’s atmosphere is not ideal for producing a holy life — in fact, the atmosphere has never been ideal.
What would someone catch you doing if they were to sneak a picture of you during your day? Would your actions and words reflect the love and hope you find in Christ?
When we are faced with difficult situations is our response an attempt to shortcut the God-ordained pressure of the circumstance?
What have been the change agents in your life, those circumstances God used to transform you more into his likeness?
A representative system was devised by the Wesleyan Methodist Connection to answer the question, “What is a True Wesleyan?”
Key leaders from five denominations gathered to discuss challenges and opportunities for women in ministry, diversity and women in ministry, and more.
Sometimes God calls us to practice “holy ruthlessness” in order to protect what he has called us to.
“I want to grow in Christ. Now what?” If you are asking that question, this article offers practical tips on how to grow in your relationship with Jesus.
A long-time Wesleyan pastor compares entire sanctification and discipleship, illustrating how it is lived out in his Arizona church.
Do you suppose, if someone did a survey of people who excelled in spiritual things, they would find that such people have an extraordinary drive and determination to be holy?
The God of peace would like nothing more than to apply his sanctifying and purifying grace to the lives of all who ask for it. If you accept it, your life will be deeply transformed.
Is a new Wesleyan movement possible in the future? David Drury poses seven important questions in discussing the possibility.
Should we expect the secular society around us to live by our Christian standards? How do we minister in a post-Christian culture? Jacob Thurston examines both subjects in this six-minute video.
There is a flourishing church in a poor area in the Philippines, and people are coming to know Christ amidst the dirt, rubble, and trash of one community.
There are enough changes in our lives that seemingly shake us to the core. The challenge is to remain open to find God’s good purposes in the middle of all of life’s circumstances.
While holiness is widely accepted as a biblical standard, within the church in general there is a lot of debate as to what it means practically for the follower of Jesus Christ.
Leaders of eleven faith communions met recently in Anderson, Indiana, to form the Global Wesleyan Alliance (GWA).