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 firstname.lastname@example.org. The following are sample news items:
Tony Payne, the new vice president for development at Southern Wesleyan University, was most recently the executive director of the upstate division of the March of Dimes.
A recent article in the Huffington Post examines the rarity of evangelical nonprofits hiring women into top positions. Dr. Jo Anne Lyon, General Superintendent of The Wesleyan Church, is interviewed in the article.
The Immigration Alliance, a network of 15 evangelical denominations and ministries, has launched a plan to help bridge the gap between immigrant noncitizens and private immigration lawyers in the U.S.
Country music legend George Hamilton IV was honored at Amherst Wesleyan Church in Amherst, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Marion, Ind., resident Carol Bence was honored by the Danville (PA) High School Alumni Association with the Outstanding Lifetime Achievement Award.
A local pizza delivery man was very encouraged when Indiana Wesleyan University students presented him with a large tip during a routine day of work.
Some outsiders might say that Methodism is on its way out after beginning so vigorously through the likes of John Wesley in the 18th century. But John Murdock argues that it is still alive and well because of denominations like The Wesleyan Church.
Each year the Indianapolis Colts team with United Way of Central Indiana to host Hometown Huddle, an event presented by Indiana Wesleyan University.
A Wesleyan pastor working as a county magistrate has resigned rather than having to unite same-sex couples in marriage.