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    The ‘Relentless’ pursuit

    04.30.14 | Spiritual Life | Religion

    Kenneth Wagner, a 2008 SWU alumnus and lead student pastor at Calvary Wesleyan church in Harrington, Del., was lead speaker for the Fellowship of the Called (FOTC), a two-day event, held March 28 and 29 on the Central campus of Southern Wesleyan...

      Prayer Walk at SWU

      01.27.14 | Student Life | Spiritual Life | Faith-filled community

      Southern Wesleyan University students joined faculty and staff for a prayer walk around the university's new track and soccer complex Jan. 23. The walk took place prior to the start of Spiritual Emphasis Week on the university’s campus in Central.

        Honoring Dr. King’s dream

        01.24.14 | Spiritual Life | Special Events

        Motivational Performer Stephon Ferguson gave an impassioned presentation of the historic “I Have a Dream” speech of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during a chapel service honoring the slain civil rights leader Jan. 22 at Southern Wesleyan University.

          Ceremony of the Servants

          12.16.13 | Academics | Spiritual Life

          SWU Chaplain, Rev. Ken Dill, presents Alyssa Conner of Central with a towel – a symbol of Christian service – during a “Ceremony of the Servants,” part of Baccalaureate Chapel Dec. 13 on the campus in Central.

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