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An Oklahoma Wesleyan University alum recently won a prestigious teaching award.
Devote yourselves to prayer, being watchful and thankful.
- Colossions 4:2 NIV
Tylenol capsules were found to be contaminated in the 1980s, killing a few and costing millions in profit loss. Just like Johnson and Johnson, you can lose much if your character is contaminated.
Have you read the most-clicked stories posted on Wesleyan.org in 2014?
Dr. Jo Anne Lyon joins a group of world leaders who have received the Global Synergize Award from the Billion Soul Network. She is the 2015 recipient.
In the third event of this type to take place in The Wesleyan Church, The Gathering set a new mark not only in attendance, but in the expressed appreciation of the vast majority of participants.
World Hope Organization reports that Sierra Leone remains the worst-affected country in regards to Ebola. But Wesleyans are making a difference in helping fight the disease.
Professor Joe Dongell delivers a groundbreaking address at the Upper Room forum, Wesleyan HQ, and other places. It will appear in WesLife in four installments. He helps us rethink the core of Wesley.
Pastors & treasurers: a free, important Healthcare Update for Small Churches and Ministries Webinar is being offered. Churches failing to comply with new regulations could face stiff penalties.
Alton Shea, Wesleyan pastor and missionary, died six days after his 101st birthday. His innovative ministry included establishing a recording studio in Sierra Leone for indigenous gospel broadcasts.