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Staley Johnson Sr., who has attended North Kannapolis Wesleyan Church in Kannapolis, North Carolina, for many years, was honored recently for his service in World War II.
LifeLine Wesleyan Church in Greensburg, Indiana, has been awarded $10,000 for technology upgrades, which will serve area families in giving them access to e-learning and educational resources.
Amanda Culver, who attends LifeSpring Wesleyan Church in Sturgis, Michigan, has been named the new director of Love INC (In the Name of Christ) Sturgis.
Southern Wesleyan University has been named the sixth most affordable college in South Carolina.
Todd Nettleton, a graduate of Oklahoma Wesleyan University (then Bartlesville Wesleyan College) and attendee at First Wesleyan Church in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, is serving the persecuted church through written word.
Tamika Catchings, Olympic gold medalist and former WNBA player, has been inducted into the Indiana Wesleyan University Society of World Changers.