Wesleyan Native Ministries

High Plains discipleship

High Plains discipleship

At times, the ministry of Pastor Darwin Tsosie and his wife, Ann, on the Navajo reservation looks like ministry in any church. At other times, it appears unique. Ministry opportunities at Red Rock Wesleyan Church occur due to the poverty of many, each a light shining...
He Sapa preparing for Christmas outreaches

He Sapa preparing for Christmas outreaches

Each December, the four church sites of He Sapa New Life Native Ministries uses the Christmas season to share about Jesus and build bridges in native communities for future ministry opportunities. Through seven large outreach events scattered across native communities...
Native couple celebrates 30 years of marriage

Native couple celebrates 30 years of marriage

In celebration of their 30th anniversary, Navajo Pastor Rev. Darwin and Ann Tsosie renewed their wedding vows on May 18 at their church, Red Rock Wesleyan, on the Navajo Reservation. Although the day began with an early morning snowfall, a joyful, warm and loving mood...
​Darrell Two Bulls and Camp Justice

​Darrell Two Bulls and Camp Justice

District Superintendent Rev. Isaac Smith of the Northwest District sent in this report from the Greatest Commandments Church of Rapid City, S.D. (co-pastored by Barbara and Daniel Gammeter). The tiny church only averaged seven in attendance in 2016, but it has a...
Wesleyans in the news

Wesleyans in the news

Each week, both Wesleyans and Wesleyan churches are featured in online news publications. As we are alerted to those news items, we are privileged to pass them along. If you see a news item that relates to Wesleyans, please forward to communications@wesleyan.org. The...
Thanksgiving discontentment

Thanksgiving discontentment

It’s Thanksgiving season. We are supposed to be thankful for many reasons: life, love, the ability to communicate the gospel, and opportunities to engage in showing justice and promoting peace. We are to be thankful for life. We have one more day to love and be loved...