Inspired by Duck Dynasty, a Wesleyan congregation wore camoflage clothing to church.

Inspired by the TV reality series, Duck Dynasty, Rev. Chris Terbush of First Wesleyan Church in Bradford, Penn., encouraged his congregation to wear camouflage to a recent Sunday morning service as a way to attract new members. (Read another version of the story here.)

Pennsylvania church collects Operation Christmas Child boxes

Athens Wesleyan Church in Sayre, Penn., collected hundreds of boxes as part of its Operation Christmas Child project.

Michigan church member recounts Thanksgiving volunteer opportunity

Leaha Dotson of First Wesleyan church in Ypsilanti, Mich., recounts how volunteering at Thanksgiving meals hosted by her church has impacted her.

Two Wesleyan universities form strategic partnership

Houghton College and Indiana Wesleyan University, two learning institutions owned by The Wesleyan Church, have formed a partnership that will allow “each institution to learn from the other’s expertise in key areas of high education.” This is the first agreement of its kind between higher leaning institutions owned by The Wesleyan Church.

OKWU men’s soccer advances to NAIA quarterfinals

The No. 3 Oklahoma Wesleyan University men’s soccer team advanced to the quarterfinals of the NAIA soccer tournament being held in Montgomery, Ala.

Church provides Thanksgiving meals for community families

Foster Street Wesleyan Church in Asheboro, N.C., helped feed families in need this Thanksgiving.

Team returns from serving in Haiti

A team from Emily Wesleyan Church in Emily, Minn., has returned after a week in Haiti. The team assisted in running and building a health clinic, teaching Bible lessons, and playing with children.

New mascot at Southern Wesleyan University

The new Southern Wesleyan University mascot was unveiled on October 25 on campus in Central, S.C.

Houghton sends two soccer teams to nationals

Both the men’s and women’s Houghton College soccer teams are headed to the National Christian College Athletic Association National Tournament this December.

Producer of “Heaven is for Real” movie to give behind-the-scenes look

Derrick Williams, an executive producer of “Heaven is for Real,” will speak at Crossroads Wesleyan Church about the movie. Crossroads is pastored by Todd Burpo, co-author of the book “Heaven is for Real.”