Oklahoma Wesleyan protests the NAIA attempt to shame North Carolina and supports women’s rights to privacy.
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IWU partners with university in Wales, Wisconsin pastor honored for 25 years of service, OKWU president says NAIA is guilty of misogyny, and more.
Over 50 participants from Oklahoma Wesleyan University spent a Saturday in September serving two non-profits in Bartlesville.
A 2016 OKWU communications honor student, Kariny Delahaye, immediately got the opportunity of a lifetime to work at the Olympics in Brazil.
OKWU sues Department of Education, IWU enters special partnership, and Canadian church opens a “free” store, SWU breaks ground on residence hall, and more.
OKWU’s new partnership with Family Research Council gives students the opportunity to engage with leaders who are fighting for religious freedom.
The 2009 OKWU men’s basketball team is being inducted into the Sports Hall of Fame.
OKWU offering course on pro-life activism, SWU basketball coach receives Milestone Award, Michigan church using chalkboards for positive conversations, and more.
Houghton students graduating debt-free, Kansas church volunteers reading to local elementary students, OKWU golf team makes history, and faithful pastor passes at age 103.
OKWU female employees react to editorial, former cop and criminal now friends, Houghton names new dean, Indiana church offering training for immigration legal clinics, and more.
Since the passing of Justice Antonin Scalia, and the possibility of a deadlocked court on key decisions in June, little has been said about what actually happened in this case. But there is hope.
Dr. Everett Piper and students speak on the steps of the Supreme Court regarding religious freedom.
Delaware church packs 100,000 meals for needy, OKWU fights “contraceptive mandate,” Ohio church partners with nursing home to make mats for homeless, IWU announces new football program, and more.
Jo Anne Lyon examines why Christianity is thriving in Nepal, New Jersey pastor joins other professional chefs to feed homeless, OKWU president wins award, SWU yearbooks now online, and more.
OKWU president speaks at Kansas rally, Digby group prepares for refugee family’s arrival, California church fights against abortion funding, and more.
OKWU’s Collision Conference on apologetics asked one simple question: Who does your thinking for you?
California church challenges state in abortion mandate, Houghton students part of Super Bowl 50, SWU renovating house for missions purposes, IWU administrator contracts Zika virus, and more.
OKWU’s Orange Movement has begun a ministry partnership with the Rahab House, a home in Southeast Asia that provides a safe haven for girls rescued from sex trafficking.
OKWU president attends State of the Union address, Michigan church to host conference about human trafficking, Canadians respond to refugee need, Indiana church celebrates grand opening, and more.
OKWU’s president invited to State of the Union address, Texas church blesses others through “The Big Give,” Michigan church hosts 43rd annual nativity, IWU grad’s photo is new USPS stamp, and more.
OKWU hosts its 2015 Dunn Institute, a two-day gathering for pastors and spouses to receive ministerial training and encouragement as they lead their local churches.
A blog post entitled, “This is not a day care. This is a university!” by OKWU President Dr. Everett Piper has aroused national media attention.
Presidents and chairs of the boards of trustees of each Wesleyan college and university met to strategize leading together from unified front in their effort to advance higher education.