Go: A Letter from the Editor

Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. [Matthew 28:19] Go. Two letters that introduce the Great Commission—a rallying cry for a global … Continued

From the President’s Desk

A new semester has arrived and for the 14th year in a row, Oklahoma Wesleyan University is blessed to be able to report record numbers! In August, we welcomed the largest freshman class ever to the OKWU Bartlesville campus. Total … Continued

Faith Beyond Culture

Anlan “Annie” Cheney (Communications, 2015) spent her last semester as an OKWU student studying abroad with the School for International Training (SIT), the education arm of the non-profit organization World Learning. Her Program, “Peace and Conflict Studies in the Balkans”, … Continued

Business Across Borders

The Chesapeake Energy School of Business believes that having a global perspective is a must for success in today’s marketplace. Students are encouraged to travel and experience different cultures and perspectives. This global view of business and their lives in … Continued

Learned Ladies of the Wesleyan Tradition

Dalene Fisher, PhD Sometimes, the little things are the big things. This is particularly true for women, who for centuries often have fulfilled the Great Commission in quiet but profound ways: the life-giving tenderness of a mother, the soothing encouragement … Continued

Rally, Rescue, Redeem

Rally. Rescue. Redeem. Three words that sum up the mission of Oklahoma Wesleyan University’s Orange Movement, led by OKWU University Relations Director and First Lady, Marci Piper, along with Assistant Director, Heather Utzman (an OKWU graduate), and student leaders. Named … Continued

The Well

Sometimes the mission field is a Christ-centered life lived on our own side of the ocean. That’s what three of our 2013 OKWU graduates learned as they walked across the stage to receive their diploma and then headed straight to … Continued

In Unison

Over the past decade, OKWU has partnered with more than twenty church plants across the country, sending teams of students each summer to serve in a variety of ways. As a result, we have seen incredible stories take place: both … Continued

1 Nation 1 Day

Not long before school started last fall, Dr. Jessica Johnson—Dean of the School of Nursing, traveled to the Dominican Republic with a group of OKWU students and alumni to participate in One Nation One Day. 1N1D is a movement from … Continued


When Judy Carmean’s children graduated from university, the last thing she thought she’d do was move to France; but God often has a funny way of changing our own plans. Judy decided it was time complete her own undergraduate education … Continued