Reflecting on the past year, we collected the top 10 social media posts from The Wesleyan Church:
1. Sri Lanka: Call to Prayer
On Easter Sunday morning, the Sri Lankan church was attacked. The Church asked us to pray that in the midst of darkness, Christ would shine.
2. Well said, NZ
3. PSA: Cool can be legalism
4. Border Stories
Our Border Stories series included Pastor Maribel and the team at El Elyon Church who just can’t stop welcoming the immigrants who continue to arrive by bus in their community.
5. Humbly Entered
Our two-word Passion Week series began with this post on Palm Sunday:
6. Sola Scriptura
On the weekends, we post some of our favorite scripture. James’ reminder of the responsibilities of the church body was meaningful in August:
Is anyone among you in trouble? Let them pray. Is anyone happy? Let them sing songs of praise. Is anyone among you sick? Let them call the elders of the church to pray over them and anoint them with oil in the name of the Lord (James 5:13–14).
— The Wesleyan Church (@WesleyanChurch) August 10, 2019
7. Everywhere to Everywhere
In May, the International Conference of The Wesleyan Church met in Barbados and we were reminded that God calls people from Everywhere to Everywhere.
8. Sanctity of Life
In light of the Reproductive Health Act passed in the state of New York, The Wesleyan Church encouraged its leaders and laypersons to read its Position Statement on the Sanctity of Life.
9. In His hands
Job reminds us that God is the orchestrator of life.
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10. Big Hero
The difference Landen Schappacher has made in the lives of his family members is having a multigenerational impact.
Read the story at wesleyan.life/big-hero.