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Building of South Dakota church begins

Construction for Black Hills Cowboy Church in Spearfish, South Dakota, has begun. The church plans to hold services complete with roping, barrel racing and skeet shooting.

OKWU students attend New Room Conference

Nineteen ministry majors and two faculty sponsors from Oklahoma Wesleyan University traveled to Nashville, Tennessee, to attend the New Room Conference, organized by Seedbed.

Houghton ranks high as liberal arts college

Houghton College has been named a Best National Liberal Arts College by U.S. News & World Report for the tenth consecutive year.

South Carolina team returns from the Bahamas

A team of Wesleyans who traveled to the Bahamas to serve post-Hurricane Dorian talks about their experience.

SWU hires new VP of enrollment

Southern Wesleyan University will welcome Dr. Brian Swords in January as its new vice president for enrollment management and marketing.

IWU to host celebration to honor military

On October 12, Indiana Wesleyan University will host a celebration in honor of military service members and veterans.

Maryland church fills backpacks for families

Emmanuel Wesleyan Church in Salisbury, Maryland, started Backpack Pals to make sure children who rely on school lunches during the week have food for the weekend.

South Dakota featured in Outreach Magazine

Outreach Magazine is featuring The Ransom Church in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, in a recent issue.

Michigan church serves in hurricane-devasted Bahamas

Daybreak Community Church partnered with World Hope International to serve in the Bahamas, which endured devastation from Hurricane Dorian.