LEARNING TO GRIEVE

LEARNING TO GRIEVE

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WAITING FOR GOD IN THE CONFUSING IN-BETWEEN I am not an expert when it comes to grieving. Far from it. My wiring is to be a naturally upbeat person. In fact, positivity is one of my top strengths on the Clifton StrengthsFinder. Emotionally insulated The American...
PEOPLE OF HOPE & POWER — EVERYWHERE TO EVERYWHERE

PEOPLE OF HOPE & POWER — EVERYWHERE TO EVERYWHERE

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As a Global Wesleyan Church on May 23, 2021, we celebrated our heritage and hope in the experience of Pentecost with Together, witnessing to the experience of the filling and leading of the Holy Spirit. The event included participants from nearly 60 countries around...
FILLED WITH HOPE AMID SEASONS OF GRIEF

FILLED WITH HOPE AMID SEASONS OF GRIEF

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O Saviour, thou hast wept, and thou hast loved; And love and sorrow still to thee may come, And find a hiding-place, a rest, a home. Charles Wesley, from “Thou Knowest, Lord, the Weariness and Sorrow” It would be true for many that there has never been a season in our...
A Harvest of Giving

A Harvest of Giving

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Just a year ago, Nancy*, a brave and impassioned leader of a house church in Asia, made a radical difference in the lives of hundreds of people she had never met. It began with a Zoom call with a group of national leaders of The Wesleyan Church in Asia. For Nancy it...