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Student Ministry Partners: Bethlehem

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While many things we have seen and heard here have challenged us, we continue to seek truth and pray for peace.

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Welcome to #WheatonOrientation 2016

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Our hope is that you are as excited about the upcoming school year as we are, and Orientation Week is a great opportunity to start your Wheaton experience on a high note.

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Youth Hostel Ministry in Amsterdam

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I have been able to learn so much from the people who run the program and the others who volunteered alongside of me.

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My Internship With Young Life Africa

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Because of this internship, I’m so aware that the Kingdom of God is growing globally. I was continuously inspired and encouraged by the faith of my new friends in Kenya and Ethiopia.

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My HoneyRock Passage Experience

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We were able to worship our God while hearing the wind blow through the nearby trees and the birds singing in the distance.

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Exploring Culture and Community with Koinonia

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The face of Wheaton is changing as Asian students now constitute over 10 percent of the undergraduate population, and with this comes both opportunity and responsibility.

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Why I Came to Wheaton

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As a public high school graduate, I am still constantly amazed that, through the liberal arts curriculum, I am discussing how biology, elementary education, Spanish, and many other topics are “For Christ and His Kingdom.”

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How Arena Theater Helped Me Find My Tribe

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As a missionary kid, I have experienced the feeling of having no idea where to call home, but this community of artists has given me that feeling in a real way.

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