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The oldest known Wesleyan at age 111, Merle Phillips was known for being both fun-loving and faithful.
Pastor Stephen Colaw is seeing lives being “made new” on both campuses of the Missouri church he leads.
The Wesleyan Church is celebrating new ministries and changed lives in new ZIP codes.
Engaging in church planting and participating in Church Multiplication Sunday has changed the life of Christ Wesleyan Church.
From Cuba to Kansas, a church planter loves being a part of how God is changing hearts and lives in Garden City.
A Wesleyan in Ohio needs a kidney, Michigan churches are set to merge and more.
The Virgil A. Mitchell Award for Excellence in Pastoral Ministry is given annually by the Division of Religion and the southern area of The Wesleyan Church.
An unexpected encounter transforms the life of a former Muslim.
A church in Canada is showing the love of Jesus by helping children know they are loved, accepted and valued.
An Ohio church partnered with three Indiana churches to host a block party. Lives have been “made new” as a result.
When Zethea Bushelle hears these two simple words from those she’s assisted in her social services ministry role, she knows she’s making an impact.
After 17 years as a local church pastor, Aaron’s father stepped out in faith as an evangelist. In an age where camp meetings and revivals are scarce, he was a little concerned for his dad.
Have you called or emailed guests to welcome them to your church, only to get no response? Try texting. You may be surprised at the response you receive.
Some Wesleyan churches across the U.S. and Canada are phenomenal “role model churches” for disciples making disciples. See if your church made the list at Wesleyan.Life.
At 109, Merle Phillips is believed to be the world’s oldest known Wesleyan. She is finally enjoying some downtime, seven years after retiring at age 102.
After nearly four years, Kora was welcomed into her “forever family.” Her story is one of faith, hope, and perseverance.
Rev. Greg McClain is retiring after 38 years of service with the Wesleyan Church of Hamburg, a church that began in someone’s living room and now averages 1,900 in weekly attendance.
A Michigan church is ministering outside its walls in the most unlikely places.
Author Thom S. Rainer examines what it means to be a church member in regards to becoming involved and proactive in service to the local church and the Lord.
Unusual circumstances prompted Joe and Jennifer Jackson to pray about planting a church. Years later, God is using the new Savanna Church to impact lives in Wesley Chapel, a city in western Florida.
Some Wesleyan churches have participated in a “Reverse Offering” in this Christmas season, choosing to bless countless people.
Jo Anne Lyon tells us how 8-yr-old Sherry was asked to play Mary in her church’s Christmas program. That simple act was the most significant thing that happened in her life.
A free online conference for pastors and leaders will assist in providing age-appropriate ministries within the local church, while thoughtfully engaging intergenerational opportunities.