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Month: January 2020

Reaction in Relationships: The Power to Forgive by Andrew Thompson

January 30, 2020

We don’t seem to know how to choose love rather than reaction. Forgiveness is the very rhythm of redemption – our redemption and the redemption of all our relationships.

What Is A Wesleyan Theology of Sanctification? by Elizabeth Glass Turner

January 23, 2020

Holiness must be derived from something holy in and of itself. Where God breaks in, there is holiness. We don’t strain and strive to become our version of holy – John Wesley tried that, it didn’t go well.

God’s Creativity in Crafting Goodness by Edgar Bazan

January 18, 2020

God is inviting each one of us to embrace our new life and worth in Jesus Christ and to embrace our appointment to do good, for we have been crafted for perfect goodness.

The Call to Graciousness by Ken Loyer

January 15, 2020

These references in Romans to love, to humble, faithful service, and to peaceful actions even toward our enemies indicate that the Christian calling is certainly a high one. Yet in the mystery of grace, this life of graciousness is the one that God has called us to live. Jesus reminds us that what is impossible for us is possible with God.

Embrace: Showing and Sharing the Love of Jesus

January 2, 2020

All over the world, people have difficulty sharing their faith. They can share about their love for their children, or…

The Journey of the Jesus Way

On January 5, Christ followers all over the world will mark what is called Epiphany Sunday. It’s the Sunday we…

Residency In Mission Update

WME’s launch of the Residency In Mission (RIM) has been a great success. Our first Resident, Eliza Edge, in now…

Looking Ahead – WME Upcoming Events – Jan 2020

WME is involved in a variety of ministries and covets your prayers for these upcoming events: January 9-12, 2020 ~…

A Brand New Year: How to Leave Your Stuff Behind by Maxie Dunnam

January 1, 2020

What is some of the stuff you need to leave behind as you begin the new year? What can you drop off your weary, bending back to make your trek into the New Year a bit easier and far more meaningful?