Bethany University, an Assemblies of God institution in California, is facing severe financial difficulties, The Santa Cruz Sentinel reported. The university has suspended major building projects, and has cut some majors and athletic teams, moves that have led to an enrollment decline from 534 to 448 in the last year.
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