Holy Week 2018 Devotion – Wednesday

John 13:21-32 After saying this Jesus was troubled in spirit, and declared, “Very truly, I tell you, one of you will betray me.” The disciples looked at one another, uncertain of whom he was speaking. One of his disciples—the one whom Jesus loved—was reclining next to him; Simon Peter therefore motioned to him Read more…

Seeking to Live God’s Dream

In the next few days, many parents will watch their children take their initial steps as a college student. For some parents, it might be their first child to attend college – and perhaps even the first of their family. This time always holds excitement but also anxiety from student Read more…

NEXT

A month ago, eight students from Belmont Wesley Fellowship attended the NEXT Conference in Atlanta. The conference focused on helping students discern their next steps after graduation. Speakers and presenters shared about the necessity of living from a sense of calling and pursuing the dreams God has given us. As Read more…

The Struggle of College Life

This post about our recent retreat is written by Ally Webb, Class of 2020. College is a struggle. Fighting to keep up with academics, social life, and well-being quickly becomes exhausting. This struggle of maintaining all of these aspects can grow to be too much. So we retreat. Belmont Wesley Read more…

The Word Wagon

Casey Enright, Class of 2017, has launched a new ministry to address the lack of age appropriate books for children in lower income homes. I hope you will enjoy learning about “The Word Wagon” and support Casey in this ministry. The Word Wagon is a new program in the Middle Read more…

Room in the Inn

A little over a week ago, our students partnered with our board of directors to host an evening of Room in the Inn’s winter shelter at Belmont United Methodist Church. This year marks the thirtieth year Room in the Inn has partnered with local congregations to host overnight guests from November Read more…