Paul and Alli Nix are following the path of early Christians in caring for the most vulnerable.
Church revitalization and multiplication efforts mark the cooperative path forward for districts’ engagement.
Through partnership and collaboration, “this is our opportunity to reach out and help serve our fellow churches in the trenches of ministry.”
Do you know these Wesleyans in the news?
With church planting, I am reminded that for the mustard tree to grow, there is always a sacrificial seed.
The Ransom Church hopes to impact more ZIP codes, both locally and beyond, through Awaken, a new church planting residency program.
Maryland church gives to 500+ families, Wesleyan women join Ruby Wood pilgrimage, Iowa pastor joins coalition to better local neighborhood and more.
Celebrate Community Church has a vision to plant 50 churches over the next 10 years.
Three new Wesleyan district superintendents were elected in the summer of 2017.
A tiny church in Rapid City is sharing Christ’s love, and seeing lives made new. You don’t have to be a big church to make a difference!
South Dakota church hosts Glass Slipper project, IWU launches new degree, Houghton College group performs at art association, and Wesley Seminary forms partnership with Missio Alliance.
Delaware church packs 100,000 meals for needy, OKWU fights “contraceptive mandate,” Ohio church partners with nursing home to make mats for homeless, IWU announces new football program, and more.
President Obama appoints Jo Anne Lyon to Advisory Council, Wesleyan football player passes away, Dr. Lyon examines the Church’s role in emergency response efforts, and more.
Kenton and Autumn Hofer, South Dakota farmers, have found a way to support farmers in other countries. Other farmers, churches, and individuals have joined in this practical way to help farmers.
Yesterday, July 18, was a historic day for Wesleyan churches in the Dakota and Northwest Districts. Meeting in Vancouver, Washington, the Northwest District Conference voted 76-5 in favor of merging