Congratulations to Anna Ammons, the winner of the 2021 Endowed Alumni Scholarship.
After years in the medical field, Ackrion Mangimela has taken a unique path to OKWU’s campus. Through it all, he’s been prepared to impact the lives of students.
“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.”
“You can go anywhere and get a good education. But at OKWU, we really challenge students to think critically and form a worldview based on biblical truth.”
“The remarkable gift of this exquisite and valuable collection will be utilized by OKWU in every possible way to benefit the reason why this university has existed since 1905: to advance the Kingdom of Jesus Christ.”
“Kirk brings a tremendous heart to see the Kingdom of Jesus Christ advance through Oklahoma Wesleyan University’s endeavors.”
“Seek God’s direction for this critical decision… explore how OKWU can help prepare you for the future.”
“The Church has left the building. If we have to go to the fields, we’ll go to the fields.”
“The main purpose for this book is to really get the conversation going again on what Wesleyans and Methodists believe, and should believe, about Jesus. And to give some historical background on what they have believed about Christ in the past.”
Even though we can’t invite you to campus, we want to stay connected.