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OKWU to host 3rd annual Josh McDowell Institute Collision Conference, IWU names cafe after beloved professor, and SWU renovating house for missions purposes.
In a short time, local Wesleyans have formed the "Flint Grassroots Initiative," developing an impressive comprehensive response for marginalized victims. They see how God has prepared them for this.
Author Thom S. Rainer examines what it means to be a church member in regards to becoming involved and proactive in service to the local church and the Lord.
Indiana Wesleyan University Wildcat fans nationwide have more ways to watch men's basketball action with a new collaboration between WIWU-TV, ESPN, and IWU Athletics.
Planting trees can bring hope, both physically and spiritually. A team planted 100 fruit trees in impoverished Haiti, desiring to bring hope to a country in great need.
Jim Dunn relates childhood basketball memories with how it looks to keep our eyes focused on Jesus amidst a world of distractions.
Dr. Janet Starks has been named Kingswood University's new vice president for academic affairs.
President Wright’s full testimony before the Indiana Senate, followed by his commentary.
More than 50 people placed their faith in Christ as a result of Wesleyan Native Ministries outreaches that took place in South Dakota this past Christmas season.
I look on all the world as my parish.
I shook hands with my friend Wayne and asked how he was doing. He answered, "Awful!" But then he smiled, and I knew there was more to the story.