Education

Southern Wesleyan University offering online Doctor of Education degree

Southern Wesleyan University offering online Doctor of Education degree

Southern Wesleyan University received approval by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to offer the Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) degree in Curriculum and Assessment. This is Southern Wesleyan’s first doctoral program. While most Ed.D....
Wesley Seminary: Marvelous Things of God

Wesley Seminary: Marvelous Things of God

“O sing to the Lord a new song, for he has done marvelous things” (Ps. 98:1) has become our anthem for this new phase in Wesley Seminary history as we reflect on the “marvelous things” and look forward to singing “a new song” for a new day. Wesley Seminary, located in...
​College Transition is Not an Isolated Event

​College Transition is Not an Isolated Event

College transition for most students involves many other people – their parents, siblings, extended family members, friends, church communities. Following are tips prepared by our Wesleyan education institutions to make transitioning to college a success for everyone....
​”Together we can do it”

​”Together we can do it”

A dream became reality on July 15, in Bogota, Colombia, as 14 members of the first Wesley Seminary (Bogota) cohort received master of divinity degrees to the applause of family and friends. Presiding over the ceremonies were Dr. David Wright, Indiana Wesleyan...
​OKWU alum wins teaching award

​OKWU alum wins teaching award

Oklahoma Wesleyan University’s School of Education is proud to boast on a whole host of alumni who have gone on to impact countless lives in the classroom. For this year’s Teachers’ Day, May 9, we wanted to say thank you to teachers everywhere, and...
​’Devil Boy:’ Down’s syndrome in Sierra Leone

​’Devil Boy:’ Down’s syndrome in Sierra Leone

In a country that demonizes mental disabilities, a mother recalls the journey of her community’s acceptance and remorse. Aminatta stands in a narrow mud alley outside her house and rocks her brother’s newborn baby from side to side. Her five-year-old son...
Women in Ministry Spotlight: Julie Collins Penta

Women in Ministry Spotlight: Julie Collins Penta

Much like hiking, church planting requires extensive preparation, the right tools, and an abiding sense of purpose. Fortunately, Julie Collins Penta is both church planter and mountain hiker. Much like hiking, church planting requires extensive preparation, the right...
Women in Ministry Spotlight: Kelli Ward

Women in Ministry Spotlight: Kelli Ward

Kelli Ward is a busy mom who loves to laugh; she is also the Connections Pastor at Forest Hills Wesleyan Church, Evansville, IN. She and her husband, Wayne, also an ordained pastor at Forest Hills, have four children, Karis – 8, Josiah – 7, Maria – 5, and Anna – 3....
Indiana Wesleyan University rated tops in Indiana for nursing

Indiana Wesleyan University rated tops in Indiana for nursing

Best Nursing Colleges has rated Indiana Wesleyan University the number one nursing college in Indiana out of 47 schools, just ahead of highly respected Ball State University. IWU received the highest possible rating on curriculum and also were outstanding in teaching....
Residency Spotlight: Luke and Kyla

Residency Spotlight: Luke and Kyla

Because we’re pretty young, seeing behind-the-scenes ministry has been tremendously important. Knowing everyday church ministry has been huge, and we’ll be able to apply what we’re learning here at All Shores to our ministry overseas. –Luke &...
Houghton alumna awarded Woodrow Wilson Indiana Teaching Fellow

Houghton alumna awarded Woodrow Wilson Indiana Teaching Fellow

The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation announced that 2014 Houghton College graduate Erin Miller is among the newest class of Woodrow Wilson Indiana Teaching Fellows. This highly competitive program recruits both recent graduates and career changers with...
Residency Spotlight: Christine Kaye

Residency Spotlight: Christine Kaye

“I’m still in training, but I get real-life experience. Messy people walking alongside messy people: you can’t get that in a classroom. Until you’re in it, you have no idea.” –Christine Kaye Residency exists to train pastors for lifelong...