Saving for a Rainy Day

Indiana Public Media’s Noon Edition radio program has an interview with Timothy Bowman, director of the Ron Blue Institute for...

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A Stellar Community

WIWU-TV has cooperated with the City of Marion to create a video putting the city’s heritage, community values and future development...

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Loving the LGBTQ Communities

IWU student Phil Ross has a post today on Love is an Orientation, a blog from the Chicago-based Marin Foundation, a Christian...

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Say Hello To Noelle

Say hello to Noelle. She doesn’t say much, but she’s an important new member of the School of Nursing (SON)...

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“All I know is how to be a chaplain”

Richard Bareiss can be forgiven if he doesn’t respond immediately when someone calls him by his first  name. For the...

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Irrepressible Joy

Chelsea Rethlake died of cancer on September 29, 2013, one year after graduating with a degree in math education. Well...

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Young Adults Who Love Church, Part 3: Sharing God’s Story

What Gabe Melian and the other core members of Overflow have found in their year of ministry in Florida is...

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Young Adults Who Love Church, Part 3: The Hip-Hop Church

It’s rare that you’ll find a Wesleyan congregation that bills itself as “a hip-hop church.” “Everything from our worship, the...

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Young Adults Who Love Church, Part 2: Rooted and Reaching

They call it church planting for a reason. When Nathan Lamb and his family came to the Denver area from...

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Young Adults Who Love Church

  These kids today. If you pay attention to the vast universe of blogs and news sources that write about...

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Abolition in Indianapolis

The Indianapolis Star has a story about Jessica Thorne, a 2003 IWU grad who founded Purchased, a nonprofit organization that educates...

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Spreading Musical Joy in Europe

This week, the Indiana Wesleyan University Chorale is out of the country on a European adventure. For ten days, they’ll...

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Jesus’ Wife? Not So Fast

The Wall Street Journal has a story today about “The Gospel of Jesus’ Wife,” a manuscript fragment that many believe...

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IWU Celebrates Spring Commencement

Indiana Wesleyan University graduated 1,988 people on Saturday in three ceremonies to mark their 142nd commencement exercises, the first of...

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IWU Creates Bastian Center for the Study of Human Trafficking

Indiana Wesleyan University’s Board of Trustees has approved the creation of the Bastian Center for the Study of Human Trafficking,...

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Documentary: Made in Marion

IWU student Connor Pennington released a documentary short film this week about Made In Marion, an initiative spearheaded by IWU...

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World Changing Compassion

Indiana Wesleyan University has chosen Elizabeth Hanford Dole, former United States Senator, Secretary of Transportation, Secretary of Labor, President of...

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Switchfoot is Coming to IWU

IWU’s Fusion 2014 Youth Conference presents Switchfoot in concert at 7:00 p.m. on April 4 in the Chapel Auditorium at...

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Wildcats Celebrate First Men’s Basketball Championship

Indiana Wesleyan University is celebrating today as the Wildcats men’s basketball team journeys home from their first-ever NAIA Division II...

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IWU on ESPN3!

Wildcat fans have been waiting for this day. The men of IWU basketball are gearing up to make history tonight...

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