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Wesleyan churches host “Night to Shine”
Two Wesleyan churches hosted “Night to Shine,” a prom for “people with special needs ages 14 and older.” ALIVE Wesleyan Church in Central, South Carolina, and Resurrection Life NYC in New York City both hosted the event, one that is sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation.
Houghton College has launched a fully online graduate program in literacy education.
The Indiana Wesleyan University football team is partnering with IWU Dance Marathon to raise money for Riley Children’s Foundation, the fundraising arm of Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis, Indiana.
A new program at Kingswood University is providing education opportunities to those who desire to be more effective in ministry.
OneLife, a gap year program based in Pennsylvania, has been on Southern Wesleyan University’s Central, South Carolina, campus since 2017, and excelling as it helps “students gain focus while deepening in them an awareness of a calling into a particular career and a deeper relationship with God.”
Pebbles Wireman, a Wesley Seminary student, is doing her part to make a difference in the lives of sick children. She has created the Mooky Project as a way to spread love and joy at an area hospital.