Pastor’s personal journey provides fertile ground for ministry.
Welcoming refugees into his church and community has profoundly impacted a Colorado pastor.
See Jesus incarnate in the immigrant population, and be a radical, transforming presence for social justice in your zip code.
All Shores Wesleyan Church has put together a list of practical ways to care for refugees and immigrants in your community and beyond.
World Hope employee wins award, Ontario churches assist in resettling refugees, Houghton greatly impacts regional economy, Indiana Wesleyan provides new way to reduce tuition, and more.
A historic refugee crisis suggests a historic response from God’s church. The GC2 Summit on January 20 at Wheaton will be a catalysis for that response. It’s free. Just get there.
Dr. Lyon joined evangelical leaders in a new declaration of how Christians in America can best respond to the refugee crisis.
General Superintendent Dr. Jo Anne Lyon: “In these days our faith must be greater than our fear and we must courageously continue to follow the teachings of Scripture to welcome the stranger.”
Global Partners Europe Area Director Dave Horne talked to Piotr Gasiorowski to understand more about the refugee crisis from a European perspective. Piotr leads a growing Wesleyan church in Poland.
Dina Horne, Global Partners Mission Director for Team Austria in Vienna, shares in this 3-minute video how Wesleyans can help in practical ways to care for refugees who continue to pour into Europe.
Global Partners missionaries are coming alongside Middle Eastern refugees who’ve fled to Europe for safety, something their own countries can no longer provide. Your help is needed too.
Would you consider personally working with refugees in your community? Here are some helpful things to note as you set out to love your neighbors.
Over 16,000 people crossed the border from Hungary into Austria last weekend, the majority of whom were seeking refuge from conflicts in Syria and Iraq. We had to see for ourselves.
The flood of millions from Syria, particularly, and other war-torn areas of the Middle East, has created a refugee crisis. The Wesleyan Church is working in Vienna to help these refugees. 600
This statement on Refugees was adopted by vote of the delegates of the 2015 International Conference of the Wesleyan Church