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​Wesleyans in the news - 9 great stories

Each week, Wesleyans and Wesleyan churches are featured in online news publications. If you see a news item that relates to Wesleyans, please forward to communications@wesleyan.org.

Students donate 100,000+ meals to Haiti

The entire student body at Wesleyan Christian School in Bartlesville, Okla., packed and donated more than 100,000 meals that will be sent to Haiti.

Ohio church hosts Night to Shine

Community Wesleyan Church in Newark, Ohio, hosted a Night to Shine, an event for those with special needs.

Houghton College surpasses Harvard in endowment performance

Houghton College endowments greatly outperformed Harvard University endowments (and most other colleges around the nation) in the 2016 fiscal year, according to the New York Times.

IWU World Changer talks about award

The 2017 Indiana Wesleyan University World Changer inductee is Richard Stearns, president and CEO of World Vision U.S. He will receive this award in April and spoke recently about the honor of being named a World Changer.

Wesley Seminary names assistant dean

Dr. Joanne Solis-Walker has been named assistant dean of global theological education at Wesley Seminary at Indiana Wesleyan University.

Story of forgiveness in Chuck Colson's Breakpoint and CBS

A story of forgiveness from Overflow Church, a Wesleyan Church in Benton Harbor, Mich., was recently featured in Chuck Colson's newsletter Breakpoint and CBS Evening News.

IWU's Pattengale highlights U.S. Senate Chaplain Barry Black

Dr. Jerry Pattengale, a biblical scholar and professor at Indiana Wesleyan University, attended the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C., and wrote about the extraordinary message by the keynote speaker, U.S. Senate Chaplain Barry Black, former Chief of Chaplains of the U.S. Navy.

Former IWU VP is new CIU president

Dr. Mark A. Smith has been named president of Columbia International University. He is a former pastor with The Wesleyan Church and a past vice president of Indiana Wesleyan University.

Nursing students from closed school given opportunity at IWU

These 21 Chicago students were scared and afraid when their former school was permanently closed. Since January, they have commuted to Marion, Ind., and are grateful for the hope and opportunity IWU provided.