The Ukrainian refugee need prompts activation of the Wesleyan Emergency Relief Fund (WERF).
What one pastor has learned about co-pastoring a church — with someone other than her spouse.
The goal of The Gathering was for each attendee to be “encouraged, inspired and engaged at a deeper level with each other, their spouse and with God.”
The disparity between the front and backstage aspects of our lives can be stark.
Sabbath slows us down so that we can listen to our soul. It is then that we can bring our own heart before the Lord in prayerful reflection.
Many students at the Xai-Xai Wesleyan Bible College are peasant farmers and seek to become ordained pastors who can impact their villages.
“God began to teach us more of what Sabbath looks like, especially inside a pastor’s home.”
The guide serves as a method to assist pastors and clergy leaders in taking steps to truly reclaim the Sabbath.
With The Gathering one year out, start planning your trip now to Orlando, Florida, to this encouraging and inspiring event.
“This conference offers a unique and much-needed platform for public sharing of important, cutting-edge research and best practices so we can help clergy and their families to flourish for a lifetime of ministry,” said Rev. Russ Gunsalus.
Four Ecuadorian pastors make history in The Wesleyan Church.
The Wesleyan Church is aligning membership with discipleship as never before. Membership is a path of discipleship.
Introducing our strategic focus statement. The key message and vision statement remain the same. The missional focus reflects our commitment to the biblical Great Commission.
Scores of pastors at General Conference were honored for 40, 50, 60, and even 70 years of ministerial service in The Wesleyan Church.
First-generation Wesleyan leaders in Ecuador received training from two U.S. pastors that could positively influence years of ministry in this South American country.
A free online conference for pastors and leaders will assist in providing age-appropriate ministries within the local church, while thoughtfully engaging intergenerational opportunities.
I know pastors dislike statistical reports & come up with many reasons for why traditional statistics don’t really matter.
But pastors should love numbers. Here are 4 reasons why I love numbers
Rev. Thomas Boghosian served 62 years as a Wesleyan pastor and also served as Houghton Academy president.
In the third event of this type to take place in The Wesleyan Church, The Gathering set a new mark not only in attendance, but in the expressed appreciation of the vast majority of participants.
Her language, Aramaic, is the language of Jesus. Suffering persecution, she had to flee Iraq. Juliet Jamil, an ordained Wesleyan minister, has had a unique ministry among Chaldeans in California.
“Being a pastor was SO much easier than what I’m doing now,” said NO former pastor ever. Note: October is Pastor Appreciation Month. Here are ten tips on how to keep your beloved pastor from leaving.
Pastors from The Wesleyan Church join hundreds from all over the nation in Washington to pray for common sense immigration reform
The Wesleyan Church is being proactive in informing churches and clergy on how the Affordable Care Act (ACA) affects them.