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What does the Supreme Court ruling mean for churches that remain committed to traditional marriage? Could our constitutional guarantee of free exercise of religion be abridged?
Rev. Joanne Solis-Walker offered a prayer at the 11th National Hispanic Prayer Breakfast in Washington. She is the director of Latino education and an adjunct professor at Wesley Seminary.
Southern Wesleyan University will soon offer a degree program with a focus on leadership practices for current and aspiring leaders in a variety of organizations.
When you disagree with someone or a situation, how do you handle it? Jim Dunn offers 5 practical steps to respond in a Christlike manner.
I was "checked in my heart" at my fairly casual attitude about becoming a U.S. citizen, especially when I realized my entrance into the country had not been fraught with danger or escape of hardship.
A Delaware church's building resembles an ark. Recently, the church took advantage of that and hosted Ark and Animal Day, complete with live animals. The community outreach was a success.
But I will sing of your strength, in the morning I will sing of your love; for you are my fortress, my refuge in times of trouble.
- Psalm 59:16 NIV
The Wesleyan Church continues to hold that marriage is an institution created by God and must be between one man and one woman. At the same time, we are compelled by the love of Christ to care for all
Scott and Kimberly Payseur, SWU graduates, are reaching out to teenagers through Ground Zero, a Myrtle Beach-based organization they founded. Ground Zero staff serve thousands of teens in the area.
The scholarships will cover each child's tuition for their entire enrollment, if they choose to attend Southern Wesleyan.