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The 2023 National Conference for The Wesleyan Church of Canada celebrates and honors God’s mighty kingdom work among them.
The only hope and help for our viral pandemic of sin is the Savior’s healing touch.
The Lord leads Global Partners missionaries to a new location to spread the gospel to the ends of the earth.
God invites us to live a life of radical obedience and love.
Rev. Dr. Ira Moulton Taylor leaves an “Excellent, Excellent” multiplication love legacy.
The Bible powerfully reveals God’s story and leads us to life in Christ.
The 21st century church must hear the echo of Acts 1:8 afresh as they follow and live into the Spirit’s call.
The person of the Holy Spirit is the breath animating and renewing our lives.
Wesleyan women are leading hosts at tables across The Wesleyan Church.
Every hero has a story, but Jesus’ story is truly epic and so good to be true.
The most powerful metaphor for God helps us begin to see him and our relationship with him more clearly.
The doctrine of the Trinity invites us to lean in to God and his Word, seeking to understand so we might build our faith.
Wesleyan contributors create discipleship moments, preserving and passing on our faith through the 2023-2024 Articles of Religion series.
North Carolina East District’s first Hispanic church restart is seeing great things happen.
Wesleyans Everywhere to Everywhere are courageously pursuing God’s work and following the Spirit’s leading.
Things that moved us and made us smile in 2022.
Missionaries and church multiplication to benefit from Habitat for Missions’ house flip in Virginia.
Award-winning scholar, military chaplain and entrepreneur Dr. William D. Barker takes SWU’s presidential leadership seat.
The Wesleyan Village and The Wesleyan Church’s other subsidiary organizations demonstrate Wesleyans’ commitment to action.
Florida district leaders, The Wesleyan Church and World Hope partner to provide recovery and relief services.
Everyone needs a “Vivian.”
Wesleyans believe laity are called to be ministers, engaging in God’s transformative work in the world.
Renovate Counseling Services spreads the hope of Christ by promoting mental wellness.