Missionary

Choosing Nepal

Choosing Nepal

Retirement was approaching and yet we sensed God leading us along another ministry trajectory—on the other side of the world.

The Tale of a Coffee Cup

The Tale of a Coffee Cup

Here in Albania, coffee took on new meaning. Large mugs morphed into small tiny cups, decorated lavishly with floral patterns.

​Only a woman

​Only a woman

When someone questioned Mary Slessor as to how she could do great feats because she was “only a woman” she reminded him who God was.

Church planter, leader passes

Church planter, leader passes

Forrest Gearhart planted the Sturgis, Mich. and Wheaton, Ill. Wesleyan churches, was a district superintendent, and a missionary.

​When can I go home?

​When can I go home?

A missionary kid, Becca serves other “MK’s” as they maneuver cultures and countries that are not their own.

​Faithful missionary to Africa passes away

​Faithful missionary to Africa passes away

Grace Duda, a Wesleyan World Missionary of three decades, passed away. Her translation of materials and resources allowed many in Africa to read of God’s love for the first time.

The passing of Wesley Duewel

The passing of Wesley Duewel

Dr. Wesley Duewel’s commitment to prayer impacted many in his 99 years of life. Rev. Mark O. Wilson tells how Dr. Duewel encouraged his church.

Former missionary, Lois Downey Traugh, passes

Former missionary, Lois Downey Traugh, passes

Lois Downey Traugh loved people and was known for her smile, her joy, and her total faith in God. Years ago, her family served with Wesleyan World Missions in Brazil, Guyana, and Suriname.

Missionary stateswoman: Virginia Wright passes

Missionary stateswoman: Virginia Wright passes

One did not have to be around her long to sense the presence of God in her life. She was full of kindness, wisdom, passion, and love. Her concern for the lost was touching. Her prayers touched heaven.

Missionary Ruth Pierson passes

Missionary Ruth Pierson passes

Ruth Pierson was a missionary nurse who served at Kamakwie Wesleyan Hospital in Sierra Leone, Africa from 1967-1989, plus multiple ministry trips afterwards. She was married to Dr. Chuck Pierson.