Reflecting on the past year, we collected the top posts from The Wesleyan Church.

Most liked and shared

This year’s most liked post was also our most shared. On January 20, The Wesleyan Church followed the instruction of Paul the Apostle and prayed for the United States’ leaders during the inauguration of the new U.S. president.

Most commented

On June 8, Director of Discipleship Kimberly Gladden gathered with Anthony Graham, Dan LeRoy, Jose Antonio Barboza, Katie Lance and Nick Emery to address holiness’ image problem and reclaim the Spirit-empowered, transformational and missional life. You tuned in, shared and encouraged one another towards holy living.

Most read

In 2021, you came back to this September 2020 blog from Natasha Dongell: Christians and the fear of death. Natasha reminds us:

A healthy and vibrant faith seems to acknowledge the real suffering of our human experience, without losing sight of the bigger story of victory in which “to live is Christ and to die is gain” (Philippians 1:21, NIV).

Most downloaded

2021’s most downloaded resource is a true testament to the year we’ve lived — in the midst of a pandemic, the church kept finding ways to be the church! A virtual Good Friday service was provided by the Church Multiplication and Discipleship team and downloaded hundreds of times by local churches looking for ways to make that day memorable.

Most listened

Wesleyan Publishing House began providing “Light From the Word” daily devotions in an audio format. February 2nd’s devotion, Through the Wilderness, was written by Susan Gordon and read by Marie Drascic. Subscribe to the podcast for a two-minute daily devotion at!

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Dr. Wayne Schmidt provided a challenging reality and an encouraging reminder in this year’s Thanksgiving video:

Our past two growing seasons have been challenging. Sisters and brothers, lay and clergy, thank you for persisting despite harsh conditions, recognizing the eternal harvest that is before us.

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