Are you wrestling for control or is God teaching you submission and trust?
While Renee and Pat Brown waited 10 years for the Lord to answer their prayers, God was working.
Pastor Erica Farmer and the power of empathetic ministry.
Ohio congregation sees spiritual awakening by meeting physical needs.
Do you know these Wesleyans in the news?
Church revitalization and multiplication efforts mark the cooperative path forward for districts’ engagement.
District Superintendent Tim Fox is passionate about helping healthy pastors create healthy churches
How Exponential shapes seeding conversations.
Parkway Church makes steady inroads in the community as God moves them forward through the pandemic.
Grace Point Church congregation learns to make disciples who make disciples.
Bridge of Hope Church broke down literal barriers to reach its littlest neighbors.
Arizona church serves community months before launch.
Sometimes sharing the gospel is as simple as riding your bike.
“Live Sent:” how personal investment can lead to significant spiritual discernment.
Two North Carolina congregations merge to form “One Church.”
Born from the example set forward by Jesus in Luke 10 of sending 72 ahead of him to every town and place he went, Project 72 was a short-term research and development project focused on developing pioneer leaders as they fill the gap between culture
Food pantry volunteers wondered how they’d feed those in need with a recent shortage in donations. Then, God provided what they needed and more.
A rural church pastor sensed God asking him to help minister in the urban settings in a neighboring state.
Hundreds of Wesleyans and congregations worldwide united as a denominational family before God praying and worshiping together.
As relationships between coworkers are built, natural opportunities can arise for believers to share the gospel with others they spend so much time with on a weekly basis.
How King David, youth groups and Christian friends helped a Muslim, living in the Deep South, find his way home.
A son’s request for a cell phone changed an entire family.
“We hope to get 1,000-2,000 Wesleyans together to talk about multiplying believers, leaders and churches.”
Can a church multiply when gatherings are limited?