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Wayne Lyon, who will serve as honorary host on the upcoming Discipleship Cruise, recalls what it was like to live in Cuba as a child.
Discipleship in Cuba looks much like it did during Jesus’ ministry on earth. You can learn about it first hand at the 2018 Discipleship Cruise as Cuban Wesleyans join in the event.
The transformative journey, taking place May 21-25, 2018, includes wonderful fellowship, impactful worship and time to reflect.
General Superintendent Dr. Wayne Schmidt called the Church to focused prayer as he reminded the assembly of the primacy of the Great Commission and being the apostolic church.
Michele Kirkpatrick worked at The Wesleyan Church Headquarters in the mid-2000s and was a faithful member of Princeton Wesleyan Church.
A free online conference for pastors and leaders will assist in providing age-appropriate ministries within the local church, while thoughtfully engaging intergenerational opportunities.
John Wesley’s classes were small accountability groups that met to help encourage each other to do right and resist temptation.
“Preach the Gospel at all times. If necessary, use words.” Various studies across the U.S. show that both teenagers and adults are less and less articulate about their faith.
Newark, N.J., is a city of challenges and broken systems, both in the areas of justice and education. But God is using Newborn Wesleyan Church to break barriers and minister within the community.