We sure live in challenging times, don’t we? In politics, we too often hear little but anger and polarization. In our neighborhoods, isolation and withdrawal seem to be the most common reactions. We’re watching as families disintegrate so often that a “normal” family now seems abnormal, and many people are even questioning the meaning of the word. Meanwhile, our deepest needs go unmet.
We have good news for you. The Creator of heaven and earth saw this day coming long before we were born, and made plans to deal with every problem that faces us today. He has also provided the remedy for problems that we will face in days to come. We want to share this simple plan with you.
Here at Ashley Wesleyan, we’re working together to become the church that God wants us to be. We are preparing for future generations who will need to learn of God’s thrilling plans for their future. We need to reach them with this vital message, for their future and for that of society.
You can help. We want you to know what it feels like to be a part of God’s family, a family that is oriented toward His love and light, seeking to draw nearer to Him, and to more accurately represent Him in an increasingly hostile world. We will love you, but we will challenge you to become the person God had in mind when He created you. If you are willing, He will use all of your talents and passions in sharing His love with your community.
So, how about it? Are you busy this weekend? Stop in, or call us. We’ll be happy to help you get started on your journey toward the One who offers you eternal life. It’s the most important journey you’ll ever make.
The Wesleyan Church is an evangelical, Protestant denomination. We offer the good news that faith in Jesus Christ makes possible a wonderful personal relationship with God, a holy life empowered by His Spirit for witness and service, and assurance of eternal life in heaven. Our ministries emphasize practical Bible teaching, uplifting worship and special programs to meet a variety of life needs.
With World Headquarters in Fishers, Indiana, The Wesleyan Church has nearly 400,000 constituents in 5,000 churches and missions in 80 countries of the world. Formed in 1968 resulting from the mergers between several like-minded groups, dating back as far as 1843, The Wesleyan Church has its roots in John Wesley’s Methodism.