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Jo Anne Lyon
No matter what she’s involved with as ambassador of The Wesleyan Church, Jo Anne Lyon’s greatest joy is still seeing lives, churches and communities transformed because of the hope of Jesus.
Rev. Lewis Smith was a 70-year pastor and also leaves a great legacy of many family members serving God.
Past recipients of the Peace Award include former President Jimmy Carter and Nelson Mandela.
Wesleyans left a mark on hotel staff in Buffalo. Jo Anne Lyon reflects on a conversation she had with a hotel bellhop.
The title of General Superintendent Emerita was conferred upon Dr. Jo Anne Lyon and she was honored with a special citation. Her personal testimony was moving.
Outgoing General Superintendent Dr. Jo Anne Lyon will serve as interim vice-president for Wesley Seminary for one year, as part of her responsibilities as Ambassador of The Wesleyan Church.
Dr. Wayne Schmidt delivered an acceptance speech filled with humility and vision.
Dr. Jo Anne Lyon has been named Ambassador of The Wesleyan Church, a position created by action of the General Board to retain the considerable connections and influence she holds.
The summer issue of Wesleyan Life magazine was released at General Conference. It has also been launched on an all-new, more powerful digital platform.
The Wesleyan Church is pleased to announce that Dr. Wayne Schmidt and Rev. Isaac Smith have both been nominated by the General Board for the office of General Superintendent of The Wesleyan Church.
In observance of National Women’s Day, this post by Dr. Jo Anne Lyon suggests how a toilet can bring dignity and opportunities to women in some of the most poverty stricken areas in the world.
Jo Anne Lyon examines why Christianity is thriving in Nepal, New Jersey pastor joins other professional chefs to feed homeless, OKWU president wins award, SWU yearbooks now online, and more.
As we Wesleyans often say, immigration is an issue, but immigrants are people. We must always remind ourselves that these situations impact real people—our brothers and sisters in Christ.
Jo Anne Lyon interviews Carrie Jo Cain, a registered nurse who serves in Sierra Leone. Find out why both Lyon and Kind believe 2016 is a pivotal year for the country in West Africa.
Dr. Lyon joined evangelical leaders in a new declaration of how Christians in America can best respond to the refugee crisis.
In its 70th year of ministry, Kingswood University inaugurated Dr. Stephen J. Lennox as its 12th president on Friday, October 16, 2015.
President Obama appoints Jo Anne Lyon to Advisory Council, Wesleyan football player passes away, Dr. Lyon examines the Church’s role in emergency response efforts, and more.
Jo Anne Lyon Appointed to President’s Advisory Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships
President Obama announced his intent to appoint Rev. Dr. Jo Anne Lyon, General Superintendent of The Wesleyan Church, to the President’s Advisory Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships.
It was an honor to be an invited guest to welcome Pope Francis to our country. I’ve had some time to reflect on this experience…
Jo Anne Lyon examines the important role churches play in emergency response efforts worldwide. These efforts have been illustrated most recently following Nepal’s devastating earthquake.
Dr. Jo Anne Lyon explores evangelicalism in interview with “Christianity Today,” OKWU pulls affiliation with CCCU, a Nevada pastor addresses abortion, Hope Church feeds 3,000 in one day, and more.
Ed Stetzer interviews Dr. Jo Anne Lyon, General Superintendent of The Wesleyan Church, who explains the aspects of Wesleyanism. The article first appeared in “Christianity Today.”