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Month: November 2017

Elizabeth Glass Turner ~ A Cold and Broken Thanksgiving

November 15, 2017

For this slight momentary affliction is preparing us for an eternal weight of glory beyond all measure, because we look not at what can be seen but at what cannot be seen; for what can be seen is temporary, but what cannot be seen is eternal.

Three Lessons from 54 Hours in Lagos

Although email and video conferencing are effective tools, there is nothing quite like meeting face to face – praying, eating, laughing, planning, hoping, and learning together.

Michelle Bauer ~Stop, Go Back, Give Thanks

November 13, 2017

Take some time each day this week to thank God for the ways he is cleansing you.

Around the World in 60 Seconds: November 2017

With many branches of the Wesleyan Methodist family tree stretching around the globe, we hope to keep you connected .

Omar Rikabi ~ All Saints Means All Saints

November 11, 2017

Death is not what God intended.

Carolyn Moore ~ The Tyranny of Tweaking

November 9, 2017

Much to my discomfort, my recovering meth addict friends are teaching me that small-mindedness can have big consequences.

Praying Globally with Gratitude

November 8, 2017

As we enter a season of offering thanks in the United States, consider what proportion of your prayers express gratitude.

Edgar Bazan ~ Transformative Mission

Jesus uses an example: those who listen to what he says are like a strong and well-built house, and those who ignore him are like a weak house poorly built on the sand. 

Three Truths from All Saints’ Day and the Church Universal

November 6, 2017

When we participate together in worship, we not only allow God to form and shape our hearts, we allow other Christians to serve as channels of God’s grace in our lives.

Suzanne Nicholson ~ Leaders in the Bible (Who Happened to Be Women)

The bravery, chutzpah, faithfulness, love, and kindness of these women remind us that leadership in the kingdom of God comes in many forms, if only we have eyes to see.