The Best Reasons to Take a Free Online Course at OKWU

Summer break brings to mind sunshine, days on the beach, and a chance to unwind from the rigors of academics for most students. This summer, enrolling in an online course at OKWU could be the best way to upgrade your college experience— without losing your summer vacation or breaking the bank.

OKWU Biology Can Take You Where You Need to Go

January 8, 2019 The Oklahoma Wesleyan University Biology program can get you where you need to go – especially when that involves getting into graduate school. Though the program is fairly small, its impact is tremendous. OKWU has a strong … Continued

AGS Student Excelling at Local Hospital

October 30, 2019   Jennifer Butler has always been committed to making a difference in people’s lives through kindness, compassion, and quality care. She’s currently working on completing her BSN degree through Oklahoma Wesleyan’s Adult and Graduate Studies program. At … Continued

A prayer for the forgiveness of our nation

Originally posted at The Washington Times Forgive us for what we have taught our children: that evil is good and good is evil; that darkness is light and light is darkness; that bitter is sweet and sweet is bitter. Forgive … Continued

Always winter but never Christmas

Originally posted at The Washington Times Mr. and Mrs. Beaver tell the kids that Narnia is under the spell of an evil despot. There is no hope and there is no peace. Narnia has become a land of despair and … Continued

Women Are Real

Originally posted at The Washington Times I was recently criticized by Right Wing Watch (an organization that defines itself as a “project of People for the American Way”) for supporting Tony Perkins and the Family Research Council’s “record on issues … Continued

A nation of moral geldings

Originally posted at The Washington Times Question: If the woman in the photo of Al Franken (where he’s groping her while she sleeps) would have given “consent,” then would this be right and good? If morality is really nothing more … Continued

Teaching lechery and getting lechers

Originally posted at The Washington Times Another day and yet more and more claims of sexual assault flood the news. NBC announced Wednesday its firing of Matt Lauer. Axios reports that, in addition to Mr. Lauer, the list of sexual … Continued

Bringing light to the dark halls of the ivory tower

Originally posted at The Washington Times Since the release my book, “Not A Day Care: The Devastating Consequences of Abandoning Truth,” I have been asked over and over again by the likes of everyone from Pat Robertson and Adam Carolla … Continued

The Courage to Judge

Originally posted at The Washington Times The Washington Surgi-Clinic in Washington, D.C. is now on record saying that, for a modest fee, it will perform a late-term abortion on a healthy, viable baby boy or girl. An employee at the … Continued

Always Winter but Never Christmas

Originally posted at The Washington Times In C.S. Lewis’ “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe,” there is a scene where we find the children standing fearful and confused in a land that is frozen and nearly lifeless. A lamppost … Continued

How Christmas Changed the World

Originally posted at The Washington Times Christmas Day has come and gone and once again, the headlines of the holy-day season have been awash with stories of the secular intolerance of Christ’s mass. Leading this year’s Festivus parade was the … Continued