Wesleyans seek refuge and food amid violence and destruction in Manipur.
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Florida district leaders, The Wesleyan Church and World Hope partner to provide recovery and relief services.
Shepherding and caring for others should be an all-encompassing reflection of God and his relationship with creation.
Wesleyan Investment Foundation and The Wesleyan Church’s other subsidiary organizations demonstrate Wesleyans’ commitment to action.
We celebrate our Hispanic family, their diverse heritages and how they are blessing The Wesleyan Church.
Wesleyan’s embrace a culture of freedom to embody different expressions of the church.
How God is using a reluctant pastor to help transform the ministry — and people — of a Mississippi church.
God is using “the Latin flavor” to bring a rich and unique Unleashing of a Kingdom Force in The Wesleyan Church.
Wesleyans believe laity are called to be ministers, engaging in God’s transformative work in the world.
Hephzibah62:4 and The Wesleyan Church’s other subsidiary organizations demonstrate Wesleyans’ commitment to action.
In each season of life, Dr. Jeanne Argot helps others know God.
The Wesleyan Church’s oldest established college becomes Houghton University.
Renovate Counseling Services spreads the hope of Christ by promoting mental wellness.
Subsidiary organizations like Immigrant Connection demonstrate The Wesleyan Church’s commitment to action.
Wesleyans sing a different tune, serving and seeking justice for those in need.
Pastor’s wife takes on shepherding the flock at inner city church in Buffalo.
Over 200 next-generation leaders met on April 21-22 in Muncie, Indiana, for insight and a spiritual re-fueling.
Reverends Liz Hoyt and Ian Nacy — pastors of our next generation of leaders — implore us to instill Christian ideals and leadership qualities in our youngest members.
Decisions made at past General Conferences have helped to shape who we are, where we are and the overall structure of The Wesleyan Church (TWC).
Someone encouraged and invested in us. Now, TWC, it is our turn.
Wesleyan leaders encouraged to seek God for revival, renewal and Spirit-filled transformation.
Organic gardening helps cultivate a pathway for Wesleyans to embrace personal evangelism.
Wesleyans have long debated the best way to fund the movement and educate new leaders while being mindful of the burdens on the local church.
God’s call to be holy moves us beyond ourselves to act justly on behalf of others.