World Hope International is celebrating the drilling of its 1,000th well, which has given more than 750,000 people access to clean water.
A golf invitational in Plano, Tex., serves a greater purpose than recreation. More than 22,000 African villagers now have clean water because many played the game in Texas and many gave financially.
Once called the “Dark Continent,” the light of the gospel is reaching into the hearts of these great nations in Africa.
The stadium was filled with over 50,000 mourners. Wesleyan national superintendent Dr. Alfred Kalembo was accorded the privilege of bringing the funeral message for the late Zambian president.
In partnership with other universities and seminaries, Indiana Wesleyan will help train 260,000 teaches in the Congo as part of the “Elephant Project.”
World Hope International (WHI) announces the appointment of two new international program directors: Dr. Robert Kagbo as director of agriculture and Lisa Thompson as director of anti-trafficking.