Wesleyan college students and faculty leading others to Christ across our campuses.
While Renee and Pat Brown waited 10 years for the Lord to answer their prayers, God was working.
“Our goal with this prayer movement is to get a prayer group, led by students weekly, in every middle and high school in the country.”
At the heart of my ministry is a daily time of prayer. This is prayer on offense, not just defense. It is focused on “seeking first the kingdom of God” (Matthew 6:33) and what is of lasting, not temporary, significance.
As Michaela was growing in her “seeing” of spiritual realities, SWU was giving her plenty of opportunities to develop leadership and discover her calling.
Distractions, disruptions and diversions are not only increasingly voluminous in my life but probably in yours too.
Nathan Trouten tells an amazing story of God’s healing that he witnessed while in NYC.
While church leaders and congregants began engaging in conversation and serving the community as a result of an August 12 clash between white supremacists and counter-protestors in Charlottesville, a more important course of action took place.
Continued prayers for the return trip home for Pastor Jonathan from Puerto Rico
Join us for a multiethnic prayer call.
On August 15, we experienced the largest prayer call gathering this year. We believe participation had a great deal to do with what happened in Charlottesville this past weekend.
These five components are necessary in regularly caring for your soul.
Jeff Eckart, a Wesleyan from Michigan, has been on the National Day of Prayer Board of Directors since 2016.
Out of desperation, Lavanya approached some Christians for prayer. The result changed her life.
A large number of SWU students gathered to pray for a totally new kind of living community that is rising on the campus. (Video and picture gallery.)
“I want to grow in Christ. Now what?” If you are asking that question, this article offers practical tips on how to grow in your relationship with Jesus.
A president who journaled his prayers morning and night, Washington set a presidential standard for faith, humility, unity, and leadership.
A Global Partners missionary encourages a language teacher to ask God to reveal himself.
I could not feel His presence—at least not right away. I couldn’t hear His voice; the silence was deafening.
Our General Superintendent unpacks exactly what he means by calling for “focused prayer.”
A Wesleyan college student joins hundreds of thousands of other teens and young adults to pray in our nation’s capital.
In the wake of the unthinkable tragedy in Orlando, only God understands all the grief and loss, and only He offers infinite grace. General Superintendent Wayne Schmidt prays.
Dr. Matthew Sleeth gives seven applicable examples of how to live with a gospel-driven perspective in everyday life.