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How a Pianist Discovered Church History
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Three Practices I'm Learning at Wheaton
Emily Barbosa '19 shares three practices she's learning at Wheaton.
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Abounding Love: My Life with Chronic Illness
Bethany Faulds '20 shares what she has learned at Wheaton about living with a chronic illness.
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I Don't Know How to Use a Power Drill, But God Does
Caroline Harbour '18 shares her experiences on the 2018 Houston BreakAway trip.
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One Step at a Time
Maddie MacMath (M.A. '18) shares her step-by-step journey to and through the accelerated M.A. in TESOL program at Wheaton College Graduate School.
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Faith and Psychology: a Billy Graham Scholar's Story
Jenya Fazletinova, a Billy Graham Scholar and Psy.D. Student at the Wheaton College Graduate School, shares how the Billy Graham legacy has helped her to connect faith and psychology.
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Finding a True Brother at Wheaton College Graduate School 
This blog features stories about Wheaton College Graduate School. This week's story features Joel and Shinhyoung, who share their story of how the challenges of language, homework, time, family, and ministry propelled them into a close friendship, rather than pushing them into isolation.
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National Institutes of Health Grant Funds Professor-Student Breastfeeding Research in Kenya
Dr. Scott Ickes received a grant from the National Institutes of Health to study breastfeeding in Kenya.
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How Clinical Mental Health Counseling Is Helping One Pastor Serve His Congregation
Li, the pastor of a small Chinese-American church in the western suburbs of Chicago, found that there was a great need for counseling in his community. His journey led him to the Clinical and Mental Health Counseling M.A. program.
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Finding a Place for Technology Outdoors
After graduating with a bachelor's degree in computer science, Molly Shore shares about what would be next and how God could use her skills and passions by pursuing a graduate degree in Outdoor and Adventure Leadership.
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Wheaton College Theology Conference: Balm in Gilead
This year's Theology Conference featured a dialogue with essayist and novelist Marilynne Robinson.