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Month: September 2018

Looking ahead

September 27, 2018

WME is involved in a variety of ministries and covets your prayers for these upcoming events:   November 9-11, 2018…

RIM: The Gap Year Redefined

Young people seeking to serve in ministry need strong foundations to help them thrive. The journey toward ministry can be…

2018 at a Glance

September is a time of both winding down and gearing up. For those of us in the northern hemisphere, we…

Priscilla Hammond ~ What’s Stronger: Wood or Steel?

September 26, 2018

What’s stronger: wood or steel? You don’t even have to think about it, do you? Steel is a stronger construction material than…

Edgar Bazan ~ Redeeming Justice

September 24, 2018

What is justice? The theme of justice is pervasive in the Bible but also is widely misunderstood by its readers….

Elizabeth Glass Turner ~ The Holy Spirit in Liminal Spaces

September 20, 2018

When everything is turned inside-out, a jumble of items cascading from a moving box or a partially rearranged room in…

Wesleyan Accent ~ Tune In: New Room Livestream

September 19, 2018

This week, on your lunch break or between meetings, while you’re folding laundry or recuperating from surgery, the must-see experience…

Otis T. McMillan ~ You Matter to God: God’s Goodness, Power, & Presence

September 17, 2018

What challenges are you facing today? What circumstances cause you to question God’s goodness, power, and presence? Take time to…

Michelle Bauer ~ The Farmer and the Seed

September 10, 2018

God is always at work in our lives – loving, teaching, guiding, and correcting. The Parable of the Sower uses…

Edgar Bazan ~ Shalom and the Kingdom of God

September 3, 2018

Note from the Editor: In the United States, Labor Day is being observed today. As a reflection on rest and…