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Formerly homeless couple paying it forward in Pennsylvania

A married couple who was once homeless is now helping others in the same situation. Stroudsburg Wesleyan Church in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania is a part of that ministry.  

Wyoming church provides unique ministry

Residents in Sheridan Wyoming who need a little assistance with car help can find it at Sheridan Wesleyan Church through its Ignition ministry.

Missouri church rebuilding after fire

Restoration Community Church, formerly Cornerstone Wesleyan Church in Scott City, Missouri, is rebuilding after a fire almost destroyed the church in June 2019.

Pennsylvania church leaders and teens reflect on attending Follow

Youth and leaders from Augustaville Wesleyan Church in Paxinos, Pennsylvania, talked about their recent experience at Follow, the international Wesleyan youth event held in Cincinnati.

Bounds named professor of Christian doctrine at Wesley Seminary

Dr. Chris Bounds has been named a professor of Christian doctrine at Wesley Seminary.

SWU to produce podcast

Southern Wesleyan University’s professor of graduate studies, Dr. Paul Shotsberger, and SWU Online’s chaplain, Rev. Scott Williams, are producing a podcast “to seek out stories about those impactful, life-defining moments.”

World Hope International project impacting anti-trafficking efforts

Law enforcement officials in Sierra Leone crack a human trafficking case — and their anti-trafficking training was facilitated by World Hope International.

Houghton grad and Buffalo Bills co-owner talks about gameday routine

Kim Pegula, 1991 graduate of Houghton College and president and co-owner of the Buffalo Bills in the National Football League (NFL), shares about her gameday routine.

Next Gen Ministries director interview by Cincinnati news station

Rev. Zach Coffin, director of Next Gen Multiplication and Discipleship with The Wesleyan Church (TWC), was interviewed by a local news station in Cincinnati prior to the start of Follow, TWC’s international youth conference.

IWU launches Master of Arts in Sports Leadership

Indiana Wesleyan University’s new program, Master of Arts in Sports Leadership, is an ideal fit for those who desire to work in the sports-related industry.