Dr. Warren Woolsey began serving in full-time ministry as a missionary to Sierra Leone in 1950.
Maryland church gives to 500+ families, Wesleyan women join Ruby Wood pilgrimage, Iowa pastor joins coalition to better local neighborhood and more.
A Wesleyan leader in Sierra Leone is grieving the loss of his daughter in a tragic accident
World Hope International has stepped up to help recently orphaned children in Sierra Leone, an Indiana pastor advocates for immigration process and more.
A mudslide has killed nearly 300 people in Sierra Leone. Read how you can help those in desperate need.
Wesleyan Christian Academy continues to grow, IWU seniors win awards, Wesleyan leader named chairman of Sierra Leone organization, and more
A pastor’s wife in Indiana tells how God has walked with her in the midst of extreme suffering, a Nebraska couple plants pineapples in Sierra Leone, and more.
Because Thomas has Down’s syndrome, many in his town believe he is demon-possessed. But work done by World Hope International is changing societal beliefs, one child at a time.
World Hope fights abortion in Sierra Leone by making child-bearing less dangerous for the mother and child.
One of three Sierra Leonean children do not live to age five, and 30 percent of these deaths occur within the first 24 hours of life. World Hope International is helping combat that statistic.
Dr. Marie Evatt, distinguished former general director of Wesleyan Women, passes away after a lifetime of faithful service.
In this new video, see how tens of thousands of students sing praises for clean, fresh water at their schools because of you.
In observance of National Women’s Day, this post by Dr. Jo Anne Lyon suggests how a toilet can bring dignity and opportunities to women in some of the most poverty stricken areas in the world.
Jo Anne Lyon interviews Carrie Jo Cain, a registered nurse who serves in Sierra Leone. Find out why both Lyon and Kind believe 2016 is a pivotal year for the country in West Africa.
Rev. Moses Frederick Khanu, of Sierra Leone, highlights stories of thankfulness in a country with a vibrant Wesleyan ministry.
World Hope International reports that its 55 Wells in 55 Schools campaign was successful. Now more than 38,500 children in Sierra Leone have access to clean water and sanitation.
Carrie Jo Cain received the prestigious Children’s Prize, which funds the best child survival project proposing to save children’s lives. Cain was one of 400 applicants.
Enable the Children is helping change the landscape of growing up with a disability in Sierra Leone.
The World Health Organization has announced Sierra Leone–a country which accounted for nearly half of all cases during the epidemic–is Ebola-free! Wesleyans can continue to help, post-Ebola.
Steven Grudda is featured in a book about individuals who are using science, technology, engineering, and math backgrounds to promote the well-being of others around the world.
Part of the Ebola battle strategy has centered on establishing Community Care Centers: new medical facilities located closer to the people to receive and care for the sick.
World Hope International (WHI) has been awarded another grant from the State Department to continue its shelter in Freetown, Sierra Leone.
Kenton and Autumn Hofer, South Dakota farmers, have found a way to support farmers in other countries. Other farmers, churches, and individuals have joined in this practical way to help farmers.
The Ebola battle enters its final phase in Sierra Leone. There is good news, but the heroic Ebola fighters risk their lives and need the tools to finish the job amidst the trauma and hunger.