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Stay Current Blog
Innovative and strategic leader, Dr. Jon Kulaga, formally installed as IWU president.
Indiana and Kentucky Wesleyan congregations collaborate to serve youth.
Award memorializes Rev. Eugene Ramsey’s work for holiness and justice.
Three new district superintendents were elected during district conferences this summer.
El Rev. José A. Barboza reflexiona sobre el trabajo de la Mesa Redonda Conexional Hispana 2022.
The Philippine General Conference of The Wesleyan Church elects a new General Superintendent and celebrates the missional work of the past five years.
How one man is using his passion for fishing and the great outdoors to lure new believers.
Highly accomplished senior leader and lifelong advocate for Christian higher education to become the 10th president of IWU on August 8, 2022.
Amid weighty memorial business, affirmations of beliefs were made and gave way to spontaneous and Spirit-led worship.
Rev. Dr. Dennis Jackson and Janelle Vernon re-elected for service and divisional leadership in The Wesleyan Church (TWC).
Simplicity, unburdening and missional priority are financial plan goals.
Two North Carolina pastors — Cameron Dockery and Anthony Smith — blend pastoral and civic service as they care for their community.
Wesleyans heard the call and are stepping up, providing relief and hope to Ukrainian refugees.
General Board recommends general officer candidates for the next quadrennium.
Research, conversations and passionate leaders recognize what we sing matters.
Wesleyan churches in Nova Scotia meet community needs by taking Love Week projects to the next level.
Reflections from the longest-serving General Conference delegate.
A woman who recently considered abortion invites us to be present and listen to her story.
Resist looking longingly at closed doors or staring up in the sky too long. There is more to do.