Rather than shrinking from the neglect of her childhood, Tammi is preparing to use those experiences to help other vulnerable women.
“I want them to realize that the people who surround you at work are your ministry field. I believe that God brings people into our lives so that we can introduce them to Him.”
When you’re looking to further your education, the degree options can be overwhelming. Here’s how a business degree can help you acquire the skills you need to go further.
Student’s shared their best work, including documentary films, short films, photography, graphic design, and music videos.
Longtime Oklahoma Wesleyan professor, Dr. Dan Wimberly, is preparing to launch a new book on the story of a Cherokee Nation leader, Jesse Bushyhead.
OKWU’s School of Ministry recently took an opportunity to serve the Bartlesville community.
Kariny Delahaye (Visual Communications, 2016) is living the dream of a communications graduate, working at the Rio Olympics.
With new national recognitions, the addition of an executive-in-residence, and a prestigious corporate award, it has been an exciting few months for the School of Business.
Colton Frederick, OKWU Worship Leader, is passionate about using his talents to share the message of Christ.
Join us for the next JMI Collision Conference as we welcome these gifted RZIM speakers who will challenge us to think for ourselves as we ask the question: Who Does Your Thinking For You?
OKWU’s Dunn Institute for Wesleyan pastors equips those in ministry to lead the local church effectively.
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