Wesley Wellness Groups

Belmont Wesley Fellowship is offering new small groups called “Wesley Wellness Groups.” These groups will focus on building faith and community through spiritual practices. They will provide close friends who will share the joys and burdens of life together. By participating in a group, students will discover ways that faith Read more…

Changing Our Story

I recently listened to an interview with Bryan Stevenson. Stevenson is an attorney and the founder of the Equal Justice Initiative. He has done an incredible amount of good in a deeply broken system. In the interview, he shared about the influence of his grandmother on his life. He told Read more…

Campus Faith Survival Guide

When I was an active Boy Scout, I earned and then later taught the Wilderness Survival merit badge. The highlight of the course was making an overnight shelter and then “surviving” a night in the woods. All this took place at the camp where I was on staff, so in Read more…

Why Students Need A Church

There was a lot to like both about Matthew McConaughey’s win for best actor at the Academy Awards a few months ago and his speech that followed. His win signaled the belief that someone’s career can have an overarching trajectory toward better work. His speech showed that despite taking more Read more…

Encountering Jesus at Belmont Wesley Fellowship

Encountering Jesus

New Semester Series Begins Tuesday, August 26th at 7 pm in University Ministries One day, Jesus asked some of his followers, “Who do people say I am?” Their responses were interesting but ultimately missed the mark. Then Jesus asked them, “Who do you say I am?” This question of Jesus’ Read more…

Is There Any Hope?

What’s the cash value of Easter, the resurrection, and the empty grave? Besides getting new Easter clothes and a day often filled with great cooking and huge meals, why does Easter matter? On Monday night in Bible study, the question about the practical value of Easter emerged. How do you Read more…