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2019 Mission Trips Announced

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Next Spring Break, 200 or more high school students and teachers will embark on life-changing trips, but the preparation and anticipation for the upcoming missions season begins in early fall.

The Wesleyan Missions Program is a very special aspect of the community that brings everyone together. From donations, to faculty members leading trips, to lower and middle school students praying and supporting teams, to high school students that give up their Spring Break to serve others.

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Passion 2018 Draws Students from Across the Globe

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Just hours after the Peach dropped in Centennial Olympic Park, ringing in the new year, Atlanta became the center of attention. From Jan. 1-3, students from all around the world gathered in Atlanta for the Christian conference hosted by Passion.

On the first day of the new year, thousands of high school seniors and college-aged students flocked to Philips Arena in Downtown Atlanta for the annual Passion Conference. Hosted in three additional venues, including The Anthem in Washington, D.C. and Infinite Energy Arena in Gwinnett, the three-day event attracted over 30,000 students, and 13,800 people across the globe tuned in to the livestream online. Keep Reading

Wesleyan Anticipates 2018 Mission Trips

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Next spring break, 200 or more high school students and teachers will embark on a life-changing trip, but the preparation and anticipation for the upcoming missions season begins in early fall. Keep Reading

DragonCon Flies Into Atlanta

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Atlanta was bursting at the seams with thousands of enthusiastic fans this Labor Day attending the 31st annual Dragon Con. Over 80,000 people, many clad in their favorite characters’ costumes, flooded the Hyatt Regency, Sheraton, Atlanta Hilton, Marriott Marquis and Westin Peachtree Plaza hotels to discuss shared interests. Keep Reading

Wolves Take Midtown

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When school started in August, most students began to perceive their social lives as “over” or “done for.” Music Midtown, however, is the last opportunity for fun before the full stress of the school year kicks in and social lives are concluded while obtaining a trendy façade.

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