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...

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Faithful Sex Ed Convocation

BWF Hosts Academic Lecture Convocation Faithful Sex Ed Convocation Monday, March 30 at 5 p.m. in Beaman A and B Join us for an engaging lecture and presentation about more honest conversations of sexuality and sexuality education in the church. Our presenter will be...

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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...

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So You Want Students To Come To Your Church?

I have been serving as a pastor for seven years. Every place I have served has offered an opportunity to work with college/university students. I am now appointed to serve as a campus minister and work daily with students. I’m routinely asked by pastors and church...

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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...

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Belmont Wesley’s New Campus Minister!

Rev. David Brent Hollis comes to Belmont after five years of serving as an associate pastor at First United Methodist Church in Jackson, TN. A native of Jackson, David earned a Bachelor of Arts in religion from Lambuth University where he was a Bishop’s Scholar. While...

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April 1 Bible Study: Pouring Out

    Belmont Wesley Fellowship An Invitation to Pour Out "Christ Jesus, who, though he was in the form of God,   did not regard equality with God   as something to be exploited, but emptied himself,   taking the form of a slave,   being born in human...

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