Each week, both Wesleyans and Wesleyan churches are featured in online news publications. As we are alerted to those news items, we are privileged to pass them along. If you see a news item that relates to Wesleyans, please forward to email@example.com. The following are sample news items:
Volunteers from LaOtto Wesleyan Church in LaOtto, Ind., and beyond are headed to Guatemala this summer to build a home for a family and teach skills to adults and play with children.
Bishop Alfred Kalembo, who serves as national superintendent of the Pilgrim Holiness Church in Zambia, says the church should not be seen as a government competitor.
Edward Bastian, president of Delta Air Lines, and his wife, Anna, have committed a $1.5 million-dollar gift for the creation of the Bastian Center for the Study of Human Trafficking.
Volunteers from New Carlisle Wesleyan Church in New Carlisle, Ind., spent time on Easter Sunday serving those in the community who needed a hot meal.
Keith Iddings, current provost and vice-president at Southern Wesleyan University, has been named the new provost at Eastern University.
A series connected to this year’s Oscar-winning Twelve Years a Slave was edited and published by a gentleman connected to the Wesleyan Methodist Connection back in the mid-19th century.
Heritage Church, a Wesleyan church with multiple campuses in Illinois and Iowa, is partnering with an area food bank to help distribute mass amounts of food to residents in the Quad Cities.
An author with The Wall Street Journal talks about Colton Burpo going to heaven briefly during an appendectomy, which is recorded in the best-selling book and new movie, Heaven is for Real.
For years, Rome Wesleyan Church has sent out singers and musicians to minister to those sidelined in hospitals and nursing homes.
More than a dozen Wesleyan pastors from Indiana will meet with lawmakers on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. on April 29 to discuss immigration reform.
The African Children’s Choir will perform on May 9 at New Hope Wesleyan Church in Williston, N.D.
The Thomasville High School baseball team in Thomasville, N.C. has a losing record. In fact, just a small handful of people regularly attend games. But recently, a number of members from Mt. Zion Wesleyan Church attended a game, filling the stands, and encouraging the team.
The Oklahoma Wesleyan University baseball team extended its winning streak to 25 games and won the championship game of the 2014 MCAC Baseball Tournament.