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Central Wesleyan Church in Holland, Mich., will host a human trafficking awareness and response training conference Saturday, January 30.
After more than seven years of serving McCordsville, Indiana, Harvest Church celebrated its grand opening in its newly-owned building.
Senator James Lankford of Oklahoma hosted Oklahoma Wesleyan University President, Dr. Everett Piper, at this week’s State of the Union address in Washington DC.
West Berlin Wesleyan Church in Lake Odessa, Michigan, will host sleigh rides and dinner for area families in partnership with the American Rest Cross.
Oklahoma Wesleyan University president, Dr. Everett Piper, wrote a blog post entitled “This is not a daycare! It’s a university!” and the story was one of the top 10 viewed on TODAY.com in 2015.
Dr. Everett Piper, president of Oklahoma Wesleyan University, will address religious liberty in the “Free to Believe” broadcast Saturday, January 16.
Brockville Wesleyan Church and Centennial Road Standard Church, both in Ontario, Canada, continue to provide refugee assistance.
Bruce Rosselli, a former student at Indiana Wesleyan University, has been named president of the board for the Prospect League (baseball).
Rev. Frankie Rodriguez, a Wesleyan pastor in South Carolina, talks about President Barack Obama’s immigration actions, which are now in the hands of the Supreme Court.
Rev. Glenn Ward and his church, Smokey Creek Cowboy Church, in North Carolina, are making an impact in a town made up of many cowboys and farmers.
First Wesleyan Church in Tuscaloosa, Ala., hosted the Daraja Children’s Choir of Africa, which is on a six-month tour in the United States.