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Wesleyans in the news

OKWU president speaks at state freedom rally

Dr. Everett Piper, president of Oklahoma Wesleyan University, was invited to speak at the Rally for Religious Freedom at the Kansas Statehouse in Topeka. Read his speech here.

North Carolina church part of 5K that will help those in need

Archdale Wesleyan Church will present Run 5 Feed 5, a 5K event that will benefit the BackPack Pals program within the community.

Digby group expects refugee family by end of the month

The Digby Welcomes Refugees group that is based out of Digby Wesleyan Church in Digby, Nova Scotia, Canada, is set to welcome a Syrian family it is sponsoring by the end of the month.

California church fighting back against abortion funding

Skyline Church in La Mesa, Calif., is challenging a state mandate that "requires elective abortion in its health insurance plans."

Ohio church makes prayer a priority

Members of Burt Avenue Wesleyan Church make prayer a priority, meeting every Wednesday morning to prayer together and encourage each other.

Pastor celebrates 50 years of preaching

Dr. Jim Garlow, senior pastor at Skyline Church in La Mesa, Calif., celebrates 50 years of preaching.

Fire in New York church parsonage causes extensive damage

The Colton Wesleyan Church parsonage in Colton, N.Y., has experienced "extensive damage" as the result of a house fire.

Wrongly convicted man and former cop have story of forgiveness

A former Michigan police officer wrongly sent a man to prison, and now the duo has formed a friendship. Now a Christian, the former cop is also now studying to become a minister with The Wesleyan Church.

Women from Kansas church helping women in Haiti

A group of women from Lamont Wesleyan Church in Lamont, Kans., will head to Haiti in April to provide women with hygiene supplies and education.