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Skyline Wesleyan Church in La Mesa, Calif., has filed a lawsuit against the state for forcing churches to pay for elective abortions in their health insurance plans. Read another article here.
Several data science students at Houghton College joined the NFL as support personnel for Super Bowl 50. The students helped the NFL gather information about pre-gram, game day, etc., for America’s beloved sporting event.
The vice-president of academic affairs for the Indiana Wesleyan University School of Nursing has contracted the Zika virus while on a trip to Haiti.
Rev. Everett Freels of Petersburg Wesleyan Church in Petersburg, Ind., has been awarded the Sagamore of the Wabash award by Indiana Governor Mike Pence.
The Bud Bence Café has been dedicated and unveiled at Indiana Wesleyan University. Dr. Bence is a retired IWU professor of religion, and he served 33 years in Wesleyan higher education.
United Wesleyan Church in Easley, S.C., and Southern Wesleyan University in Central are renovating a house to raise money for missionaries. The profits from the sale of the house will support missionaries serving overseas.
Oklahoma Wesleyan University will host the 3rd annual Josh McDowell Institute Collision Conference Saturday, February 6.
Smyrna Wesleyan Church in Smyrna, Del., has opened the first homeless shelter in the city specifically for women and children.