Wheaton Associates Morning of Celebration
Speaker: Marie Perederij Kuck '85
On Saturday, May 7, we were honored to come together in recognition of Wheaton's mission as we heard from students, President Ryken, and our featured speaker, Marie Perederij Kuck '85.
Marie and her husband Tim are co-founders of Nathaniel’s Hope, a growing national ministry that celebrates kids with special needs (VIP kids) and educates and equips local churches to welcome and minister to these kids and their families. Nathaniel’s Hope was birthed out of the life and death of the Kucks' son, Nathaniel, born with multiple special needs. The Kucks are advocates for VIP kids, and are building a national “Buddy Break” network of churches providing free respite care for these families. Marie and Tim are parents to Ashley '16. Listen now >
Wheaton Associates Vision Breakfast
Speaker: Rev. Timothy Blackmon
On Saturday, October 10, 2015, we gathered to revive our commitment to the mission of Wheaton College and heard from Wheaton's newest chaplain, Rev. Timothy Blackmon as he shared about the Gift of the Kingdom. Wheaton Associates were also thanked and encouraged by President Ryken as he reflected on the importance of your gifts to the College. Listen now >
For over three decades, Wheaton Associates have faithfully taken the needs of Wheaton College before the Lord. You stand with us through times of great joy and of trial, and for this we cannot thank you enough.
- For Wheaton’s dedicated staff and faculty role models who challenge students to grow and learn through the disciplines of life and academic study about the true cost of their Christian discipleship.
- For the Lord’s provision for Wheaton College through the faithful stewardship, counsel, and prayer of our Wheaton Associates family.
- For Dr. Ryken preparing to teach at Regent College in Vancouver, Canada, at the end of June.
- For spiritual refreshment and renewal for Wheaton staff and students during the summer months following a challenging year.
- For Wheaton’s finance and operations staff as they begin a busy summer involving large construction projects and fiscal preparations for the 2016-2017 school year.
Just as the promise and potential of Wheaton students cannot be measured, we cannot begin to know the full value of what your prayers mean to the life and mission of Wheaton College.
For Promoting and Encouraging