Naomi Mueller, a foundational member of the Oklahoma Wesleyan Community, will be presented an Honorary Doctorate of Letters for a lifetime of dedicated service.
When Jean Lovelady (’78) passed away this February, a deep spiritual legacy was revealed – one that often went unseen.
Emily Balliviero always wanted to be a nurse. Oklahoma Wesleyan University gave her the opportunities she needed to learn, grow, and launch into her career, and now she lives out her mission every day.
At last week’s Foster Bonanza celebration, President Dunn honored the Lacy and Walker families with OKWU’s highest honor.
Congratulations to Anna Ammons, the winner of the 2021 Endowed Alumni Scholarship.
“To help them understand what it is they believe in, and to put that into words–that’s a lot of fun.”
“I believe God will make clear the next steps He has for us as we pray and as we learn more. Then it’s up to us to be obedient to what He is asking us to do.”
“These students are wondering—is Christianity true, or is it just a religion that’s convenient? And genuine care is the way to make someone hear you.”
“Thank you for sharing! Every day, we see the fruit of your gifts manifested in the lives of our students. Every day, we see them grow, give, and become.”
“You’re given your talents for a reason, and you’re supposed to use those talents to help other people.”
“For many people throughout the western region of the United States, the Lewises were as much the face of the college as anyone.”