Giving to Wheaton College

Why Wheaton? It changed for me from an alma mater to a sending mission where we’re placing fully developed early kernels of Christian seeds that will reap great harvests...

Giving to Wheaton College

I do believe that if one is blessed, we are to be a blessing to others.

Giving to Wheaton College

Our students are grateful for the way your generosity impacts their lives.

Giving to Wheaton College

I’m so thankful that we have the opportunity to give back to this generation of Wheaton students… it is a privilege to be a part of.

Giving to Wheaton College

Sixty-five percent of undergraduates (1,637 students) received scholarship or grant aid from Wheaton in 2011-12.

George Stoms

George Stoms '87

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Elden and Judith von Lehe

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Thank You

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Wheaton students share their thanks.

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Christian and Jewel Magoon '97

Endowed Scholarship

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George Stoms

During the 2013 Endowed Scholarship Dinner, George Stoms '87 shared a powerful testimony of transformation through giving.

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He describes Kingdom stewardship as a lifelong trajectory, outlining stages of giving: have to give, told to give, like to give, want to give, plan to give, and finally love to give. Stoms explains that God loves to give and as his followers, we can be more like him when we also demonstrate a love for giving.

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He describes Kingdom stewardship as a lifelong trajectory, outlining stages of giving: have to give, told to give, like to give, want to give, plan to give, and finally love to give. Stoms explains that God loves to give and as his followers, we can be more like him when we also demonstrate a love for giving.

Listen to his story