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Cornerstone Wesleyan Church in Scott City, Missouri, is opening its doors again after a lightning strike caused a fire that destroyed the building in 2019.
Rev. Mocc Rodgers, who leads First Wesleyan Church, in Painesville, Ohio, is helping bridge the gap in his community between law enforcement and those in the black community.
Rev. Zach Szmara, lead pastor of the Bridge Community Church in Logansport, Indiana, and national director of Immigrant Connection, shares his thoughts on the current budget crisis related to policy changes for immigration.
Dr. Abson Joseph, academic dean for Wesley Seminary, was invited to contribute to the blog for Wabash Center, which “supports theology and religion faculty and doctoral students reflecting on their teaching practice — in both theological education.”
Houghton College has announced a flexible plan for graduation that is customizable based on students’ needs.
For the third consecutive year, tuition rates at Southern Wesleyan University will remain unchanged.
Dr. Colleen Derr, president of Wesley Seminary, was interviewed by Mark Tooley, president of The Institute of Religion and Democracy.
Dr. David Wright, president of Indiana Wesleyan University, has a new podcast, entitled “Practicing the Art of Faithful Presence.”
A new bachelor’s degree in environmental studies will be offered at Houghton College this fall.