District Superintendent Dr. Mark S. Eckart welcomed to his heavenly home after years of faithful kingdom service.
Indiana South District
Do you know these Wesleyans in the news?
Wesleyan pastor sits on panel that discusses area substance abuse and an Indiana church helps start a recovery house for addicts.
Southern Indiana factory owners gave a substantial financial gift to a group of Indiana churches to open recovery house for men.
The ministry of Free Life Community Church in Terre Haute, Ind., was born after a disastrous tornado leveled the area.
A Wesleyan was killed in a car accident. He was 36 years old and leaves behind a wife, two children, and a baby boy due to arrive in November.
A world away from their native East Africa, the Eritreans are appreciated at the Orleans camp.
More than 300 people have decided to follow Christ in the Indiana South District this past year.
The Wesleyan Church is committed to helping refugees, Greensburg Wesleyan Church gives away Christmas gifts, Denton Wesleyan Church members travel to New York to serve in the city, and more.
Indiana South District reports that 26 teens were baptized during its annual teen church camp.
Years ago, someone suggested Pastor Doug Preston needed prominent people in the congregation, ones who could help market the church and support it. But he felt called to the people who were there.
Dr. Mark Gorveatte was elected new district superintendent for the Indiana Central District and will assume duties in June upon retirement of Dr. Steven D. Emery, who has served strongly for 22 years.
Indiana South District was recently given a $205,000 gift from their friends at Eritrean Fellowship.
Former college president Rev. James Hertel had various ministry opportunities in nearly a century of life.