Category: National WCA

A New Pentecost?

In Acts 1:4, Jesus told his disciples,  “Do not leave … wait for the gift my Father promised.” The Spirit came to those who were waiting in the upper room. I invite you to take these three days of Pentecost, beginning Thursday evening, to…

Reintroduction

By Chuck Griffin Holston WCA Board Chair Oh my. The water has flowed very rapidly under the bridge the last few months, hasn’t it? COVID-19. (Did I even need to say that?) And of course, there are the virus’ effects on the church. Our…

Living in Uncharted Territory

I don’t like change. I don’t like being uncomfortable or not knowing what lies ahead. But it seems this is what we’re being forced into, both in our world and as United Methodists. As the leader of the prayer-focused Holston chapter of the WCA…

First, We Pray

During any season, prayer should be our first priority. Certainly, in the midst of this COVID-19 crisis, we want to be praying. Before this crisis began, The Wesleyan Covenant Association formed an intercessory prayer network. Becky Wilder has volunteered to head up our intercessory…

It’s Time …

Can we at the Holston WCA be frank? If you are a traditional-minded Methodist who has not yet joined the Wesleyan Covenant Association, it’s time. Church memberships are also available. If it’s clear what direction your congregation is headed, it’s time. Be counted. Yeah,…