John Wesley called it a class meeting. It’s had many different names. Regardless what it’s been called the act of gathering on a regular basis and asking of one another, “where do I see God in my life,” may very well be the best thing you can do to strengthen your faith short of moving into a monastery.

How can a structured weekly meeting help me?

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Faith and good works are interlinked. Don’t jump overboard with James 2:14 and start calling faith dead, but know that good works are the hallmark of a living faith. Faith and good works found together are indispensable and is the manifestation of a disciple on an obedient path.

Good works build better disciples, how?

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More than 792.5 Million people worldwide do not have enough to eat. They don’t know where their next meal is coming from or can’t find food but must sacrifice and education in order to eat. WesleyMen is building a global movement to end world hunger.

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  • UMM National (US) Gathering

    Join us at St. Luke UMC in Indianapolis, Indiana for the 12th National (United States) Gathering of United Methodist Men. Come and discover more about how discipleship is a contact sport as United Methodist Men from all over the United States congregate to worship, learn, and have fellowship.

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    July 7-8, 2017

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Hunger in the Season After Pentecost

How well do we know the Pentecost story? Fifty days after Easter, the believers were all together in one place. In only fifty days they had grown, now ten times the number of the first called “the twelve.” Surprise! The Holy Spirit filled that place, touched each with Spirit and fire and – speech! More

Global Day of Prayer to End Famine

The World Council of Churches includes dozens from the “Wesleyan” family of churches. In response to a severe humanitarian crisis in four nations, South Sudan, Somalia, Nigeria, and Yemen. These churches are joining together with over 300 more denominations in calling for “A Day of Prayer to End Famine.”  More