The Wesleyan Church’s North American Conference season has been full and fruitful in a variety of ways.
Two districts merge to form a unified Kingdom Force in the Northwest United States.
Minnesota church serves over two million pounds of food in 2021.
Church revitalization and multiplication efforts mark the cooperative path forward for districts’ engagement.
After hitting rock bottom after the devastating loss of her preterm baby, a mom finds hope and support at a Wesleyan church in Iowa.
Mike had no interest in church. Then he asked God to speak to him if he was real. Now Mike can’t stop talking about Jesus.
Maryland church gives to 500+ families, Wesleyan women join Ruby Wood pilgrimage, Iowa pastor joins coalition to better local neighborhood and more.
Rev. Lois Williams is remembered as an energetic and kind woman who simply loved to “preach about the love of Jesus.”
A restored marriage and a family returns to church. These are just two examples of lives being “made new” at North Point, a church plant in Minnesota.
Ministry thrived years ago at a church in rural Minnesota. Now replanted, lives are being “made new” at South Troy.
A Wesleyan pastor requests prayer for his twins, both injured in a jet ski accident, and a Minnesota church feeds 500 families a week.
Pineapples are growing across much of the countryside in Sierra Leone, Africa, thanks to a partnership between The Wesleyan Church and World Hope International.