Naomi Mueller, a foundational member of the Oklahoma Wesleyan Community, will be presented an Honorary Doctorate of Letters for a lifetime of dedicated service.
“It’s wild to think that four years ago, after I had been saved for 15 years, I did not believe that I needed a Savior. I still needed the Lord to save me from myself.”
At the close of another academic year, join us in celebrating our award recipients.
The festival provides a unique opportunity for high school choir students to experience the people and spirit of Oklahoma Wesleyan University.
This year, alumni and friends at OKWU have a chance to make a profound impact in the lives of students.
During Serve Sunday, OKWU faculty, staff, students, and alumni came together as one to serve the Bartlesville community.
Last year, Mackenzie Smith was diagnosed with stage four melanoma. Through the ups and downs of an arduous treatment process, her story is a shining testimony to God’s faithfulness in times of trouble.
At last week’s Foster Bonanza celebration, President Dunn honored the Lacy and Walker families with OKWU’s highest honor.
During last Friday’s Foster Bonanza event, President Jim Dunn posthumously honored C.B. and Mabel Colaw for a lifetime of service to the mission of Oklahoma Wesleyan University.
At the close of another academic year, join us in recognizing our Honors Chapel award recipients.
Over 40 people attended the conference, including pastors, district superintendents, and OKWU students.