Wheaton in the News highlights Wheaton's appearances in newspapers, magazines, and other online publications.
David Iglesias discusses the Trump administration's pace of selecting U.S. attorneys with The Times-Picayune.
The Daily Herald profiles recent winners of the Goldwater Scholarship, the Fulbright Scholarship, and a grant from the National Institutes of Health.
In Christianity Today, Ed Stetzer talks about how Christians are foreigners in a secular world, and how we should be driven by a missionary identity.
In Christianity Today, Ed Stetzer interviews Managing Editor of the Gospel Project Brian Dembowczyk on his new two book collection "Cornerstones."
In Christianity Today, Ed Stetzer discusses the need for churches to focus on evangelism.
In Chicago Magazine, associate professor of biology Dr. Kristen Page is quoted for her work alongside wildlife biologist Chris Anchor.
In Outreach Magazine, Ed Stetzer discusses the need to prioritize evangelism in the process of discipleship.
In Christianity Today, Ed Stetzer interviews author Sam Chan on his newly published book, Evangelism in a Skeptical World: How to Make the Unbelievable News about Jesus More Believable.
Ed Stetzer writes a new blog post on three markers for discipleship and where they can be found in Scripture.
In Christianity Today, Ed Stetzer discusses the concept of tribalism and what it looks like both inside and outside the church setting.
In Christianity Today, Ed Stetzer discusses how to find hope through the moral failings of church leaders.
In Christianity Today, Ed Stetzer discusses the church's ongoing struggle with addressing mental health issues.
In Christianity Today, Ed Stetzer interviews founder and executive director of the Humanitarian Disaster Institute Jamie Aten on the upcoming Disaster Ministry Conference.
In Outreach Magazine, Ed Stetzer discusses how Christians can make the gospel message more relatable and easier to share.
In Christianity Today, writer Sarah Cunningham urges prayer for alumnus and Pastor Andrew Brunson, who faces trial in Turkey this week.
In Christianity Today, Ed Stetzer showcases two different models for planting churches and the history behind them.
In Christianity Today, Managing Director of the Billy Graham Center John C. Richards Jr. and Director of the Send Institute Daniel Yang discuss the difficulties with Pastor David Platt's message on race at the recent Together for the Gospel conference.
In Christianity Today, associate professor of sociology Amy Reynolds is quoted in a discussion on pastor Bill Hybels' recent resignation from Willow Creek Community Church.
In Christianity Today, Ed Stetzer offers some suggestions for how individuals can share their faith more effectively across different cultures and contexts.
In Christianity Today, professor of Evangelism Dr. Jerry Root lists three of the many ways CS Lewis adopted an evangelistic approach to writing.
In The Washington Post, Sarah Pulliam Bailey discusses the impending high-profile meeting between President Trump and over 1,000 evangelical pastors.
In Christianity Today, Dr. Rick Richardson discusses how Jesus used his ministry to continuously integrate evangelism and discipleship.
In Christianity Today, Ed Stetzer discusses how not all individuals are called to full-time vocational ministry work.
In CBN News, Dr. Jim Wilhoit discusses the struggles and needs of modern pastors and how church communities can support them.
In Christianity Today, director of the Institute for Prison Ministries of the Billy Graham Center Karen Swanson discusses how communities and churches should welcome formerly incarcerated persons.
In Christianity Today, Ed Stetzer and Wheaton junior Gabriella Siefert discuss the validity of Jesus Christ's death and resurrection.
In The Washington Post, Ed Stetzer is quoted discussing how Christians choose to evangelize on Easter.
In Christianity Today, Ed Stetzer lists and describes ten types of modern churches needing revitalization for future growth.
In Outreach Magazine, Ed Stetzer interviews Jane, an Uber Driver who spends her hours behind the wheel sharing the her faith and the gospel with others.
In Christianity Today, Development Coordinator at the Billy Graham Center Colleen Cooper discusses how individuals can challenge themselves to transition from self-improvement to fostering community.
In Christianity Today, Church Evangelism Research and Ministries Coordinator for the Billy Graham Center Kerilee Van Schooten discusses the connection between empathy and sharing the Gospel.
In the Studio for Art, Faith & History at Gordan College, Associate Professor of Art History Dr. Matthew Milliner explains the process of researching, designing, and creating a new Madonna della Misericordia.
In a Gospel Life podcast episode, Director of the Send Institute for Church Planting at the Billy Graham Center Daniel Yang discusses how to live in authentic community, first impressions of evangelism, and the mission of the local church.
Ed Stetzer interviews Price-LeBar Chair of Christian Formation & Ministry Dr. David Setran for a Theology for Life podcast episode. Setran discusses the views and spirituality of emerging adults and and what this means for Christianity in the future.
In Christianity Today, Ed Stetzer interviews pastor and author Tom Holladay on the new book "Putting It Together Again When It’s All Fallen Apart."
In Outreach Magazine, professor of evangelism Dr. Jerry Root describes three different types of evangelism and the perfect contexts for utilizing them.
In Christianity Today, Ed Stetzer explains three effective elements of a church planting movement and why they're needed.
In Ministry Today, Ed Stetzer discusses how leadership skills can be learned and developed with experience.
In Christianity Today, Ed Stetzer lists five qualities keeping churches in complacency and preventing them from change.
In The Chicago Tribune, emerita professor of English Jill Peláez Baumgaertner is mentioned for her upcoming lecture on Holocaust poetry.
In Christianity Today, Ed Stetzer reflects on the upcoming St. Patrick's Day and how the Chicago River connects to Christianity.
The Daily Herald reports on the Chicago Symphony Orchestra
In Sapiens, Professor of Anthropology Brian Howell discusses the late Rev. Billy Graham's efforts to unite anthropology and evangelism and encourage racial reconciliation.
In Facts and Trends, Jamie Aten discusses how churches can bring hope and healing to communities and families after a natural disaster.
In Outreach Magazine, Director of M.A. Programs in Evangelism and Leadership at Wheaton College Rick Richardson discusses the need for cooperative efforts between the senior pastor, committee leader, and the entire church body to evangelize within their communities and beyond.
In Christianity Today, Ed Stetzer tells the story of Elner Edman, whose investment in Billy Graham’s Wheaton College education helped make one of the greatest evangelists of all time. Stetzer challenges readers to invest in the lives of other leaders to make the heroes of the future.
In Buffalo News, Darcy Thiel reflects on how her life has changed since she wrote Bitter and Sweet: A Family’s Journey with Cancer and discusses love, loss, and resilience within her counseling practice and personal experience.
In Christianity Today, Ed Stetzer discusses strategies for smaller churches hoping to expand into the mission field.
In a Gospel Life Podcast episode, Director of the Institute for Prison Ministries Karen Swanson discusses how to seek Christ and respond when your faith is mocked.
In The Exchange, Managing Director of the Billy Graham Center John C. Richards Jr. discusses the role of the late Rev. Billy Graham as an evangelist and advocate for racial reconciliation.
In Psychology Today, Founder and Executive Director of the Humanitarian Disaster Institute Dr. Jamie Aten discusses how to love and comfort children and teenagers after a traumatic event such as the Parkland shooting.
Student Chaplain Rev. Timothy Blackmon speaks to WTTW about the roots and legacy of the late Rev. Billy Graham.
In Christianity Today, Ed Stetzer discusses the character, life, legacy, and accomplishments of the late Rev. Billy Graham.
In Christianity Today, Ed Stetzer shares some words of wisdom with high school students as they prepare for the upcoming college years.
Christianity Today features the Humanitarian Disaster Institute's research in their guidance on how to respond to the Parkland shooting and other disastrous events from the past year.
In Christianity Today, Ed Stetzer interviews Parkland Church Pastor Eddie Bevill on community response to the Parkland shooting and how to pray for the situation.
In the Center for Pastor Theologians, Dr. Amy Peeler discusses Mary's role as handmaid from the book of Luke.
In Christianity Today, Associate Professor of Politics and Law Captain David Iglesias discusses his experiences in different positions of leadership and the lessons he's learned as a result.
In Christianity Today, Ed Stetzer discusses the value of marriage and how to revive the covenantal practice for the 21st century.
In The Exchange, Ed Stetzer teams up with student Gabriella Siefert to discuss what Christians can learn about glorifying God through the Olympics.
In a Gospel Life Podcast episode, professor of evangelism Dr. Jerry Root discusses what makes Christianity distinct from other major religions.
In a Theology for Life podcast episode, Ed Stetzer interviews Armerding Professor of Biblical Studies Dr. Michael Graves on how studying the Bible in its original languages can increase our understanding and appreciation of Scripture.
In The Sport Review, Assistant Professor of Kinesiology Peter Walters explains how understanding the five stages of sleep can lead to a better night's rest.
In Christianity Today, Ed Stetzer discusses how the Super Bowl brings forward testimonies of faith and opportunities for prayer.
In the Rome News-Tribune, Professor of Theology Dr. Vincent Bacote discusses Evangelicals and politics.
In the Institute for Faith, Work & Economics, Professor of Theology Dr. Vincent Bacote discusses "Groundhog Day" and how we can apply some of the film's lessons to everyday life.
In Christianity Today, Ed Stetzer reflects on his hopes for the future of megachurches.
In Christianity Today, managing director of the Billy Graham Center John C. Richards Jr. discusses racial reconciliation in America and why he remains hopeful for the future.
In The Exchange, Ed Stetzer discusses how personality tests can strengthen our identity in Christ.
The Daily Herald interviews Wheaton College basketball player Aston Francis on his childhood and time on the court.
The Marion E. Wade Center welcomed Father Daren J. Zehnle for a featured lecture on J. R. R. Tolkien, "Joy Like Swords': Hobbits, Franciscans, and the Crucifix."
Ed Stetzer interviews Director of the Wheaton Center for Faith, Politics, and Economics David Iglesias on immigration and immigration policy in a Theology for Life Podcast episode.
Managing Director of the Billy Graham Center John C. Richards Jr. speaks in a Gospel Life Podcast episode about the importance of making space in our lives to hold important conversations with others.
The Daily Herald mentions Blanchard Hall's early 1800s role as an Underground Railroad stop for fugitive slaves.
In Christianity Today, Ed Stetzer argues that Christians must address the #MeToo movement to make a better way for women in our communities.
In Christianity Today, Kent Annan from the Humanitarian Disaster Institute urges Christians to expand their compassion by taking a closer look at immigration.
The Huffington Post quotes Ed Stetzer's recent Christianity Today article, in which Stetzer addresses Andy Savage, Highpoint Church, and how Christians should respond to abuse in the church.
In Christianity Today, Ed Stetzer discusses the recent events surrounding Andy Savage and suggests how Christians should respond to abuse in the church in the future.
In Christianity Today, Associate Professor of Communication Read Schuchardt argues that sermon podcasts disembody the message and the congregation.
NBC Chicago profiles Nancy Swider-Peltz Jr. '15 and Jeffrey Swider-Peltz '16 on their quest to make the 2018 U.S. Olympic Long Track Speedskating Team. The siblings compete this week in Milwaukee.
Dr. Ed Stetzer interviews Christine Caine about her new devotional, Unshakeable, in Christianity Today.
Dr. Ed Stetzer comments in a New York Times piece about whether evangelical support for Roy Moore has stained evangelical Christianity as a whole.
Managing director of the Billy Graham Center John C. Richards Jr. writes in Christianity Today about the impact of Black voters on evangelicalism following Roy Moore's loss in the Alabama Senate election.
Religion News Service quotes Dr. Ed Stetzer in an article on the secularization of Christmas.
Dr. Ed Stetzer discusses Roy Moore and the state of the religious right on NPR along with Kate Shellnutt of Christianity Today and Gabriel Salguero, founder of the National Latino Evangelical Coalition.
The Daily Herald reports on the dedication ceremony of Wheaton's new Welcome Center.
In the most recent episode of their Theology for Life podcast, Dr. Lynn Cohick and Dr. Ed Stetzer discuss stories, theology, and the importance of literature with Dr. Christina Bieber Lake.
Laurie Nichols, Director of Communications and Marketing at the Billy Graham Center, discusses in Christianity Today how listening to and sharing #MeToo stories can move us us to compassion, kindness, and peace.
On NPR's Morning Edition with Steve Inskeep, Dr. Ed Stetzer explains that changing your view of ethics to support a political candidate is the definition of selling out. As Christians, our call is to think Biblically, be consistent, and show mercy to the hurting.
Ed Stetzer tells NPR that Roy Moore's allegations are testing evangelicals' tolerance for their political leaders' moral transgressions.
Ariana Schmidt '16 was named a finalist for the Rhodes Scholarship.
In the wake of the church shooting in Sutherland Springs, Dr. Jamie Aten tells Deseret News that a church's best response after a shooting is to draw closer to God and reclaim the space the attacker violated.
Ed Stetzer writes in Christianity Today about three things we should keep in mind as we celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.
In The Washington Post, Dr. Ed Stetzer examines the differences in the ways he responded to the crack crisis of the 1980s and today's opioid epidemic and talks about his need for repentance.
Ray Chang, Ministry Associate for Discipleship in the Chaplain's Office, penned an open letter to John Piper following Piper's response to Lecrae's movement away from white evangelicalism.
Karen Swanson talks about overcoming fear when sharing our faith with others.
FEMA announces its private sector, NGO, and humanitarian partners that are working to provide relief in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands after Hurricane Maria.
In Christianity Today, Dr. Ed Stetzer interviews Pastor Vance Pitman of Hope Church in Las Vegas about how the churches in Las Vegas have mobilized in response to tragedy.
Inside Higher Ed announces Wheaton's new M.A. in Humanitarian & Disaster Leadership.
BGC Managing Director John C. Richards responds to Ed Stetzer in Christianity Today with a history of minority demonstrations and their impact on justice movements.
Dr. Jamie Aten explains to Christianity Today how faith traditions can offer people a meaningful way to understand tragedy and natural disaster.
Dr. Ed Stetzer debunks David Meade's apocalyptic claim that the world will end on September 23 in the Washington Post.
In an article posted on Medium, Brandon Anderson '05 remembers Todd Beamer's courage on United Flight 93.
Dr. Ed Stetzer writes about the need to create a compassionate way forward for DREAMers.
Chentell Shannon's Kansas City-based ceramics company now sells pieces in boutiques across the country.
Dr. Jamie Aten lists ways that churches and individuals can provide spiritual and physical care following Hurricane Harvey.
The Daily Herald profiles Arena Theater's annual collaboration with Wheaton Park District to present Shakespeare in the Park.
Dr. Noah Toly comments in The Atlantic on Trump's evangelical advisors who have continued to stand by the President despite his reaction to Charlottesville.
Dr. Brian Miller talks to Today about homebuyers' recent movement towards upsizing.
Dr. Ed Stetzer writes for Christianity Today about cultivating discernment and accountability in a world of fake news.
Dr. Chris Vlachos comments in the Tennessean on whether a Wisconsin company's plan to microchip employees is a sign of the apocalyptic "mark of the beast" prophecy from Revelation.