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

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Dr. Chris Bounds joined Ethan Linder for the first episode of the Wesleyan Distinctives series to discuss the Wesleyan Quadrilateral and why it is important for us today:

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For the second year in a row, 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).

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On June 24, the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. The Wesleyan Church’s history is rooted in championing, defending and supporting life at every age and stage. Learn how your church can better support life, specifically for the unborn by partnering with Hephzibah 62:4.

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Dr. Ed Love joined Megan Harris to talk about his election as executive director of Church Multiplication and Discipleship. Ed and Megan discussed the landscape of our current culture and what The Wesleyan Church is doing about it to bring a transforming presence to every community.

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During the Tuesday afternoon business session of the 14th General Conference, Dr. Wayne Schmidt called the conference to read “The Statement of the General Board of the North American General Conference of The Wesleyan Church.” The statement was unanimously affirmed by the Conference’s delegates.

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It’s still hot off the presses! The most downloaded 2022 resource was “The Discipline of The Wesleyan Church 2022.” Grab it today.

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The most listened to Daily Devo for 2022 is October 19th’s, “Is it worth it?” Written by Heather Mazellan and read by Marie Drascic, Heather reminds us to, “patiently endure your trials today, trusting that God will keep you.” Subscribe to the podcast for a two-minute daily devotion at!

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Rev. Matthew Tietje is the director of Communication and Administration of The Wesleyan Church.


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