Resources are available that communicate The Wesleyan Church’s position statements on current moral and social concerns, including immigration.
When Zethea Bushelle hears these two simple words from those she’s assisted in her social services ministry role, she knows she’s making an impact.
First-ever national research highlighting the impact of religion on U.S. economy
Houghton College alumnae are compiling stories of 29 homeless individuals in Washington, D.C. The trio hopes readers will want to help those in need in their own cities and communities.
Christianity Today published responses to the same-sex marriage ruling where The Wesleyan Church sought to communicate a redemptive message of both hope and holiness into the debate over sexuality.
During our years in Nepal while I was working with a HIV/AIDS program, I noticed that most of the HIV+ patients we had were girls from remote villages of Nepal who had been sold into slavery.
In the spring of 1963 eight white clergymen in Birmingham, Ala., wrote an open letter with a thinly veiled reference to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as an “outsider” provoking their community.