Wesleyans sing a different tune, serving and seeking justice for those in need.
Amid weighty memorial business, affirmations of beliefs were made and gave way to spontaneous and Spirit-led worship.
God’s call to be holy moves us beyond ourselves to act justly on behalf of others.
As I bear witness, I have hope that I can make a difference in the world.
The Lord convicted me one day as I heard him say, “What are you doing to bring hope to those in need?” On that day, I realized the state of my heart.
See Jesus incarnate in the immigrant population, and be a radical, transforming presence for social justice in your zip code.
This shadowing experience will offer hands-on immigration legal services practice, program management experience and basic work on completing the BIA application for recognition and accreditation.
Tell me about a woman (beyond your family members) who has had a big impact on your spiritual life.
Experience Christin Taylor’s storytelling gift in a multi-part series celebrating God’s work in & through The Wesleyan Church as we lean into His Heart for Justice and Reconciliation.
See this map of how dozens of Wesleyan churches are transforming their communities by offering low cost legal services and the love of Jesus Christ to their immigrant neighbors.
Iglesia El Camino joins a group of churches and leaders who are choosing to make a difference in their community by “welcoming the stranger.”
We’re the third Wesleyan church to become an Immigrant Connection site, but I can imagine sites being started across the nation.
Interested in becoming more aware & building relationships with the immigrants in your community? Click here for suggestions & ideas.
“As Christians we are called to be peacemakers, people who are willing to enter into the pain of others and face together all the related issues. Let us be the hands and feet of Jesus . . . “
What might be an evangelical response to the November 2014 US Presidential executive orders on immigration?
Reflecting the heart of God, Christians at their best are known as people who take special care of orphans. Orphan Sunday is an opportunity to be united in support of a thrilling adventure with God.
The Wesleyan Church has joined together with more than a dozen other denominations and organizations to form The Immigration Alliance.
Top Indiana evangelical leaders will meet on April 25 for a press conference to highlight the biblical call to welcome the stranger and urge Congress to move forward with a vote on immigration reform.
Pastors for Reform
April 29, 2014
Dr. Myron Glick and Dr. Joe Harvey will be presented with Alumni of the Year awards by Dr. Shirley Mullen, president of Houghton College, on Wednesday, October 2, during the chapel service on campus.