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The president of Sierra Leone has proclaimed a state of emergency as his country battles the Ebola outbreak. Read the latest, including how you can help Wesleyans in the West Africa country.
The Association of Theological Schools (ATS) voted to give Wesley Seminary at Indiana Wesleyan University full seminary accreditation.
The National Christian Honor Band (NCHB), sponsored in part by Houghton College, has recently been accepted as one of only four bands to perform at the Kennedy Center.
The Ebola crisis in West Africa is spreading. World Hope International is operating in Sierra Leone and helping to reduce the spread of this disease. Read how you can help.
Houghton College received the highest ranking for quality of life from The Fiske Guide to Colleges for 2015. Houghton received praise in several other categories as well.
Kim Lawson never understood why God allowed her battle with rheumatoid arthritis to continue. Then she began to meet others who needed encouragement as they battled their own disease.
Let everything that has breath praise the Lord.
- Psalm 150:6 NIV
Rev. Marvin Lamb endured numerous injuries after a motorcycle wreck. Yet through all his suffering, his faith in God never wavered.
More than 600 Wesleyan youth from several southeastern states converged on Southern Wesleyan University’s campus July 21-25. Southern Wesleyan was one of five locations for the 2014 camp.
A group of SWU students spent time alongside residents living in the poorest areas of Milwaukee and Chicago as part of the university's "Urban Ministry Plunge."