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Volunteers at Calvary Wesleyan Church Harrington, Del., packed 100,000 meals in one day. The meals will be distributed at various places around the world to help feed the hungry.
Indiana Wesleyan University announced that the school will launch a new football program in the fall 2017.
Mitchell Wesleyan Church in Mitchell, S.D., has commissioned its second class of Stephen Ministers in the past year and a half.
Oklahoma Wesleyan University is just one evangelical Christian college or university that is challenging the Affordable Care Act’s “contraceptive mandate.”
Houghton College’s new Center for Data Science Analytics has launched the center’s new website at www.houghtoncdsa.org.
More than 100 people gathered at an area park Easter morning where Pine Grove Wesleyan Church in Pine Grove, Penn., hosted a sunrise service.
Anna Ortmann of Howard County, Indiana, has been named a 2016 recipient of the four-year, full tuition scholarship given by the Lilly Endowment. Ortmann plans to attend Indiana Wesleyan University in the fall.
Southern Wesleyan Church hosted its first-ever Special Olympics, with more than 400 athletes in attendance.
North Pointe Community Church of Wilmington, N.C., held its 16th annual Easter sunrise service early Sunday morning.
Rev. David Stout of Howard Chapel Wesleyan Church in Greentown, Ind., finds joy in volunteering at a local assisted living facility.
First Wesleyan Church of Chillicothe, Ohio, and Heartland of Chillicothe (nursing home) are partnering together to make sleeping mats out of plastic bags for the homeless.
Houghton alumni are traveling to Thailand to attempt to capture and preserve the music of the Karen people, which is disappearing.