After completing her student teaching, Kate Swan reflects on all she learned.
Nathan Perkins’ film will premiere at the Student World Impact Film Festival next spring.
Ariela, a fourth-generation Eagle, is a sophomore studying English.
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.
Our Eagle mentors are ministering to students all across the country this summer. Here’s how you can partner with them in prayer.
Rather than shrinking from the neglect of her childhood, Tammi is preparing to use those experiences to help other vulnerable women.
“I can have a voice. I know it matters and I’m actually going to be able to, essentially, be heard.”
Due to the small-school atmosphere at Oklahoma Wesleyan University, students have the chance to gain experience in many different roles during their education, learning skills beyond their intended career field. For Alyssa Willetts, class of 2018, that extra experience was instrumental in getting her where she is today.
“My prayer during this season has continually been: ‘Lord teach my heart to be keenly aware of the fragility and resilience of life, so that I might have a more tender appreciation for it in every season through which I walk.'”