Paul suggests that we do not know how to pray as we should (Rom. 8:26). The Holy Spirit has to intervene for us with groanings that words cannot express. I’m sure you have sometimes felt this way.
Pablo sugiere que no sabemos cómo orar (Rom. 8:26), por ello el Espíritu Santo intercede por nosotros con gemidos indecibles; estoy seguro que alguna vez te has sentido así.
On the mystery of prayer. The digital version is the easiest way to circulate the magazine and may be the best way to keep it on-hand.
From crib to college, Jim Dunn continues to faithfully pray for his children, as they’ve grown up. He encourages other parents to do the same.
More than 300 placed their faith in Jesus at the opening rally for FOLLOW 2015, the Wesleyan Youth Conference held this week in Indianapolis.
New winter 2016 issue of Wesleyan Life magazine: Watch for it in early January.
Davey Blackburn shared these thoughts on the day his dear Amanda slipped into the loving arms of Jesus in heaven.
A pastor’s wife suffered a serious head injury, and your prayers for stabilization and a miracle are needed.
Lives are being made new in South Haven, Mich., at this vibrant church plant. Leaders and members know the positive changes are because of the church’s commitment to prayer.
God is using a former General Superintendent and his wife to help bring life to a church that was near closing its doors just two years ago.
Houghton alumni were involved in the production of recently released movie, “War Room.” Read what one alum has to say about the film, which became a box office sensation quickly.
A 10-year-old felt burdened to pray that God would send missionaries to Cambodia. He was excited to learn that God answered and began to expand his prayers with fervency thereafter.
See this video of Dr. Kevin Myers, leader pastor of 12Stone Church, praying during the September 29 session of the U.S. House of Representatives in Washington.
Superintendent Pastor Tlang requests prayer for Manipur, India. Widespread violence, public strikes, and curfews are devastating peoples’ lives, including many Wesleyans.
The Kansas District office in Manhattan, Kans., was hit on September 11 by flood waters. Most everything was destroyed.
Prayer is the means by which God affects change in our world. Global Partners is encouraging The Wesleyan Church to engage in a season of “extra-ordinary” prayer.
There is still a type of snake oil prevalent in our society to which many people fall prey–revenge. Mark Holmes offers the true and satisfying cure for emotional pain.
We have become a society that talks in code, often via text messaging. It can sometimes be confusing if you don’t know the “LOL” or “TTYL” lingo.
Rev. Usman Fornah invited the “moray man” to a pastors gathering, knowing full well this could result in each of them being executed. The sorcerer agreed to attend.
A Muslim woman in Bosnia recently told a Global Partners missionary that she wants to start reading the Bible, and other stories.
Southern Wesleyan dedicated a bench in Krystal Pearce’s memory on its new flag plaza on campus. Pearce, killed in a car accident in 2013, prayed for fellow athletes at SWU to know Jesus.
“I don’t pray so I can change God. I pray so God can change me.”
A Wesleyan pastor requests prayer for his twins, both injured in a jet ski accident, and a Minnesota church feeds 500 families a week.
In the still mounting Ebola crisis, Wesleyans worldwide are urged to help through faithful prayers and generous giving to the Wesleyan Emergency Relief Fund.