Pastor’s wife takes on shepherding the flock at inner city church in Buffalo.
Wesleyan churches in Nova Scotia meet community needs by taking Love Week projects to the next level.
We have, as we should, an abundance of caution these days. But do we have an abundance of love?
Everyone has a primary spiritual love language based on one of the four parts of the Great Commandment: heart, soul, mind and strength.
On Valentine’s Day, we think about love as it relates to our spouses, sweethearts, children or parents. But we can show love in unexpected ways as well.
Life is not always a celebration, and pain is deeply real. But God is still present in the midst of extreme pain.
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.
Only one mile away from Emancipation Park, Charlottesville, on August 12, Christians gathered in a predominantly African-American church to pray and worship.
A little girl’s desire to change her skin color is taking a Wesleyan pastor and his family on a journey they never expected.
The little girl was found wandering around the parking lot, no adult in sight. When David found her he thought, “Where are her parents?”
Martin Luther King, Jr., explained the cyclical destruction of violence. General Superintendent Wayne Schmidt calls us to be people who drive out darkness and hate with the light and love of Jesus.
More people get married in June than any other month. Wayne and Joan married in June–70 years ago. What is the key to lifelong marriage? We can all learn from this special couple.
The prayers of Christ from the cross serve as an excellent model for our praying during this Holy Week.
Would you consider personally working with refugees in your community? Here are some helpful things to note as you set out to love your neighbors.
Lenny Luchetti believes the Church can learn how to respond to homosexuals by watching Denzel Washington’s character in the 1993 movie “Philadelphia.”
¿Estás confiando demasiado en tu equipo para ganar a la gente para Jesús? ¿Tienes la “carnada” correcta? ¿Se muestra el amor de Jesús en tus palabras y acciones hacia los demás?
We can do our best to convince people around us to accept Jesus as Savior. And while the Holy Spirit is the One to persuade, Jesus still asks us to be messengers. Do you have the right “bait”?
Should we expect the secular society around us to live by our Christian standards? How do we minister in a post-Christian culture? Jacob Thurston examines both subjects in this six-minute video.
Exponential may be a mathematical term, but it also holds weight in God’s kingdom–especially in the area of church planting and making committed disciples of Jesus.
Author and radio and TV host Bill O’Reilly recently interviewed Oklahoma Wesleyan University President Everett Piper regarding religious freedom and the law.
Professor Joe Dongell delivered this groundbreaking address helping us refocus on the true core of John Wesley. In this fourth and final installment, he gives final reflections and application.
Professor Joe Dongell delivers a groundbreaking address at the Upper Room forum, Wesleyan HQ, and other places. It will appear in four installments. He helps us rethink the core of Wesley.
Professor Joe Dongell delivers a groundbreaking address at the Upper Room forum, Wesleyan HQ, and other places. It will appear in WesLife in four installments. He helps us rethink the core of Wesley.