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Jim and Nancy Carroll, who attend Hamburg Wesleyan Church, have been ministering to Burma refugees since 2008. The friendships they’ve made have changed many lives–including their own.
The government in Liberia has launched the country’s first-ever anti-human trafficking hotline thanks to sponsorship help from World Hope International.
Houghton College will host a luncheon and basketball clinic October 29, featuring Tamika Catchings, a 10-time Women’s National Basketball Association all-star.
Canton Wesleyan Church in Canton, N.C. has welcomed Pastor David Vos to serve as its new pastor.
Union Street Wesleyan Church in Winchester, Ind., will celebrate its 75th anniversary.
The Wesleyan Church was asked by Open Doors USA and the Institute for Global Engagement to join other Christian organizations and individuals in initiating a ‘non-partisan conversation’ with the presidential campaigns in an effort to make them take global persecution of Christians and other faiths more seriously.”