Do you know these Wesleyans in the news?
Alicia and Pepper were full of shame and without hope. Then their worlds collided with Homestead Ministries, and a newfound hope in Jesus became their realities.
The three district superintendents are grateful for the years in which they’ve been able to serve the Lord within The Wesleyan Church.
Each district superintendent has had years of ministry experience, which benefits their new roles within The Wesleyan Church.
My time in prison was a training ground as a special time of growth set apart with God.
From Cuba to Kansas, a church planter loves being a part of how God is changing hearts and lives in Garden City.
One of the largest Wesleyan churches in North America now has another campus of worshipers–several states away.
A team of volunteers has started a new church in Wray, Colorado, simply because of their passion to make Jesus known.
Wesleyan killed in car crash, a coffee shop blends drinks and ministry in the community and an Indiana church hosts a toy giveway for area families.
Thousands of miles separate Kansas and Mozambique. And yet Christians from both locations gathered together to build a church where Jesus would be worshiped in a local Mozambican village.
Houghton students graduating debt-free, Kansas church volunteers reading to local elementary students, OKWU golf team makes history, and faithful pastor passes at age 103.
Kansas District hosted 100 women from across the state to celebrate what God is doing in the lives of women. They also heard how they can help fight human trafficking in their own cities and towns.
Plains Church in Argonia, Kansas, hosted its 9th annual Bronc Kraft Memorial Rodeo. The event is well-attended and gives opportunities to minister to cowboys and fans.
The Kansas District office in Manhattan, Kans., was hit on September 11 by flood waters. Most everything was destroyed.
Students in Wichita, Kansas, were recipients of Faith Wesleyan Church’s generosity in the 2015 School Supply Giveaway. Hear what one single mom said about the gifts her children received.
The Board of Immigration Appeals has approved Olathe Wesleyan Church (Olathe, Kan.) as an Immigrant Connection office, joining The Bridge (Indiana) as the second such office in The Wesleyan Church.
The Kansas District of The Wesleyan Church celebrated the 150th anniversary of the ordination of Rev. Mary Will, the first Wesleyan women minister to be ordained in the Church.