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For the first time in 19 years the Indiana Wesleyan University women’s tennis team lost a fall season match.
How do we continue to make higher education relevant and useful in an ever-changing environment? Houghton College President Shirley Mullen weighs in on this imperative topic.
Danny Eiler lived a life compelled to be the best husband, father, and Christ-follower he could be. He died at just 30 years of age. Read about this young Wesleyan pastor's legacy.
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In the preseason, all four of the U.S. Wesleyan colleges made top-10 in NCCAA division I, including the first three slots, in men's soccer. Women's sports in our schools are also making an impression.
Filled with humor and heartwarming stories, author Mark O. Wilson presents in Purple Fish an approach for sharing Jesus that is engaging, nonthreatening, and genuine.
OKWU men's soccer projected to do well, a church holds vigil for missing girls, the Ebola crisis in Sierra Leone is examined, IWU expands to Australia through partnership, and SWU hits new record.
We usually cry out for God’s presence from our lowest point… when we feel the most empty, the most alone, we are apt to feel the presence of God.
- Jo Anne Lyon, The Ultimate Blessing, pg. 39
A nurse and former missionary kid in Sierra Leone, Kim Kargbo, joins Carrie Jo Cain and Dr. Diane Foley to help fight the spread of Ebola. Read about their upcoming trip and urgent prayer requests.
Indiana Wesleyan University President David Wright announces the partnership between IWU and Wesley Institute in Sydney, Australia, making their global Christian learning community a reality.