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The earthquakes that killed over 8,000 people and devastated homes and families in Nepal was centered near the town of Barpak. Ben Ward reports what the church is doing to assist the people there.
Pastors in Mozambique report how they, their churches, and church congregants are still suffering after recent flooding. They are grateful for your continued prayers and assistance.
The Houghton College Board of Trustees formally elected President Shirley Mullen to a new four-year term during a recent Board meeting. Mullen has served as Houghton College president for nine years.
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
HopeCity, a Wesleyan church in North Carolina, has been presented the first-ever Life Transformation Award. The award was presented at the Exponential Conference in Tampa in April.
Education & Clergy Development and Wesleyan Publishing House partnered to host Made New Retreats in three cities. The soul care retreats were for pastors and focused on their spiritual lives.
Former missionary to Colombia, Nancy Lee Phillippe Swauger, of Marion, Ind., has passed away. She and her husband, Paul, served as missionaries with Global Partners in South America.
A New York church is flooded, faith-based leaders in Michigan talk about adoption, a North Carolina church launches in a new facility, and Houghton business students rank near the top in the U.S.
Women have returned home from ALIVE 2015, back to the responsibilities of everyday life. But many have returned home changed and newly "alive" as a result of the women's conference.
Dr. David Smith has been appointed the academic dean at Wesley Seminary at Indiana Wesleyan University. He replaces Dr. Ken Schenck, who has served the Seminary well for six years.