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​New era announced for SWU Religion Department

​New era announced for SWU Religion Department

Two key leaders have been added to the Religion Department at Southern Wesleyan University. Their focus will be on teaching and leading in areas of multiplication, discipleship, and renewal.

​Wesleyans in the news

​Wesleyans in the news

United Methodists launch Wesleyan Covenant Association, World Hope helping bring relief to Haiti, SWU graduate named school district teacher of the year, and more.

Wesleyans in the news

Wesleyans in the news

OKWU offering course on pro-life activism, SWU basketball coach receives Milestone Award, Michigan church using chalkboards for positive conversations, and more.

Wesleyans in the news

Wesleyans in the news

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.

Gone fishin’

Gone fishin’

A team representing two Wesleyan districts traveled to St. Lucia to introduce people to Jesus through preaching, teaching, and evangelism.

Wesleyans in the news

Wesleyans in the news

North Carolina church helps build ministry center in Cuba, OKWU president speaks on Supreme Court steps, SWU plans residential facility for special needs students, and more.

SWU to host Area 14 Special Olympics

SWU to host Area 14 Special Olympics

Southern Wesleyan University will host Area 14 Special Olympics on Wednesday, April 6, at the Joe R. Gilbert Track and Field on the Central, S.C., campus.

Wesleyans in the news

Wesleyans in the news

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.