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Wesleyan Christian School in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, honored veterans during a special Sunday morning program.
Embrace Church in Emporia, Kansas, recently moved into a new building and its pastor, Rev. Mark Adams, is excited for how this move will help them better serve the community.
Rev. Nathan Hedge, a pastor in Oklahoma who also serves with Immigrant Connection, shared how some immigrants are voting for the first time.
Students enrolled in online undergraduate programs at Houghton College will pay less in 2021, as tuition costs are reduced.
Bowling and swimming teams have been added to Indiana Wesleyan University’s athletic program.
Southern Wesleyan University has ranked no. 5 in the best colleges and universities in South Carolina by WalletHub
The Bridge Initiative has been launched through Indiana Wesleyan University-National and Global. The Bridge Initiative “partners with organizations across the U.S. to provide affordable, flexible and local education solutions.”
Focus Wesleyan Church in Georgetown, Kentucky, partnered with Habitat for Missions in restoring an old home so, once sold, proceeds can benefit building a school in Uganda.
Digby Wesleyan Church in Digby, Nova Scotia, is doing what it can to help heat a handful of homes each winter.
First Wesleyan Church in Painesville, Ohio, is just one area church that is part of Christ Kingdom Ministries in nearby Mentor, Ohio, and the group is serving food to those in need this holiday season. Read more about Christ Kingdom Ministries.
Rev. Meshack Habib continues to serve in his native Kenya as an ordained minister, 25 years and counting.
Southern Wesleyan University launched the online program, Masters of Education (MED) with a new specialization in virtual teaching.