How God is using a reluctant pastor to help transform the ministry — and people — of a Mississippi church.
Rev. José A. Barboza reflects on the work of the 2022 Hispanic Connectional Roundtable.
Do you know these Wesleyans in the news?
Missionary Wesleyan Pastor Jason Madison is building a church family one testimony at a time.
WE5 schools resource Marketplace Multipliers.
The Ubelakers once filled their weekends with alcohol and parties. Now they spend their time making disciples.
The church began with 12 people, and attendance is now around 1,000 each weekend.
Situated within the Appalachian and Pocono Mountains, Journeymate Wesleyan Church is making an impact in its corner of the world.
My time in prison was a training ground as a special time of growth set apart with God.
Pastor Stephen Colaw is seeing lives being “made new” on both campuses of the Missouri church he leads.
When Alejandro attended RENUEVO, he was cynical and skeptic about knowing Jesus. But that weekend, Jesus began a new work in his life, and he’s not been the same since.
Are you or is someone you know hopeless, ashamed, grieving or doubtful? Jesus brings resurrection relationship to those struggles and whatever else we experience that tears down relationships.
Mike had no interest in church. Then he asked God to speak to him if he was real. Now Mike can’t stop talking about Jesus.
After my son’s death, I wanted to die. I didn’t care what happened to me anymore and a great darkness settled in.
Vacation was still a couple weeks away, and my anxiety was high. One day, I sensed God say to me, “I want to give Andrew a new story, but you must let me.”
Unexpected challenges are bound to surface this Christmas season. But one thing we know: Jesus came, and he still comes to hearts that are open to him.
A team of volunteers has started a new church in Wray, Colorado, simply because of their passion to make Jesus known.
Once hopeless because of drug addiction and the murder of her baby boy, Rachel now hopes her redemptive story can positively impact others.
An unexpected encounter transforms the life of a former Muslim.
A number of OKWU students and alumni celebrated their baptisms on campus recently and numerous people were in attendance to witness it.
A new, updated website and and new resource site have both been launched to better serve first-time and consistent visitors.
As Global Partners missionaries gather together for training in the U.S., a few share their stories of how God is moving in their fields of ministry.
One by one, men who have pasts made up of jail time, suicide attempts, drug use, and other challenges are placing their faith in Jesus.
District Superintendent Ed Rotz examines the concept of righteousness and how it’s not just an attribute of God.