Internships play a crucial role in developing competent ministers within the church.
Wesleyan Holiness Women Clergy Conference focuses on supportive pathways for women called by God to lead the church.
Learning to lead like Jesus.
The idea of being a leader can be intimidating to some and sought after by others. Servant leadership is truly an oxymoron. But that is where the Holy Spirit comes in. By his power, we can lead like Jesus!
All great leaders are good managers, but not all great managers are good leaders.
The Kingdom of Eternal Light Wesleyan Church of Mongolia is passionate about multiplying disciples. We celebrate the ordination of Pastor Naraa and Pastor Ankha.
In 2009, when the Ugandan church joined the Wesleyan movement, there were no ordained Ugandan pastors. Eight years later, things have changed.
In the Papua New Guinea culture, where men reign supreme, the husbands were asked—“Do you want your wife to study with you? What will you do if she outperforms you academically?”
First-generation Wesleyan leaders in Ecuador received training from two U.S. pastors that could positively influence years of ministry in this South American country.
Alecia da Cruz talks about the lessons she learned while a student at Kingswood University. And the lessons are things we can all take into consideration.
The Amplify Conference is a different type of conference. A gathering, not a production. Global Partners invites anyone who desires to lead and live with an amplified mission to attend.
True leaders develop the people around them. Jim Dunn asks four questions that will help leaders gauge if they are developing well those they lead.
We got to wondering if maybe we should begin practicing this financial intentionality with what we have already.
At the launch of the Buckingham Leadership Institute, Christian leaders from many denominations showed up and pledged their enthusiastic support, including financial support.
Never The Same Camps, Indiana Wesleyan University (IWU), and 12Stone® Church have partnered together to help develop the next generation of Wesleyan leaders.