Indiana and Kentucky Wesleyan congregations collaborate to serve youth.
New beginnings, service and tangible reminders of Christ’s journey mark Wesleyan worship this Easter.
The oldest known Wesleyan at age 111, Merle Phillips was known for being both fun-loving and faithful.
What does discipleship through service look like? These articles in the summer issue of “Wesleyan Life” magazine help answer that question.
At 109, Merle Phillips is believed to be the world’s oldest known Wesleyan. She is finally enjoying some downtime, seven years after retiring at age 102.
Dr. Lyon is calling for reports on what God did in your church on Easter. Do you have a story to share about Christ transforming your life, your church, or your community?