Two Wesleyan churches in the Kentucky-Tennessee district experienced devastating loss the week of Easter as storms tore through the region.
First Wesleyan Church in Nashville, Tennessee, is doing its best to reach its community and is having fun engaging in ministry.
OKWU host families serve important role, IWU and Wheaton form nursing partnership, Houghton expands affordability options, and Kentucky teens minister in South Dakota.
Rev. A.L. Sypolt served faithfully in The Wesleyan Church for years, with more than 30 of those devoted to the Kentucky District.
Abuse, abortion, death, and tragedy seemed to mark Vonetta Carter’s life. Then she met Jesus. Now a pastor’s wife, she proudly tells her story so others can know the same hope and redemption.
The Kentucky-Tennessee District elected a new district superintendent on June 28. Rev. Aaron Sherman had been serving as interim D.S. for the previous four months.
The merging conference for the Kentucky and Tennessee districts of The Wesleyan Church has elected Dr. Marlin R. Hotle as the new district superintendent.
In recent, historic sessions, delegates attending reconvened conferences of the Kentucky and Tennessee Districts of The Wesleyan Church voted overwhelmingly in favor of merging their two districts.