“Music is a gift that we can not only enjoy, but can pass on to others via memorable performances and the teaching of others.”
Due to the internship opportunities he’s achieved through the Chesapeake Energy School of Business, Noah Ross is prepared for a dynamic career.
“I’m an advocate for OKWU students. I look for ways to help them earn success.”
“We had to pack up our stuff right after getting married and move to a place that we’ve never been together, and come to a town with people we didn’t know… It was really scary, honestly.”
Read Coach Bostwick’s reflections on the true championship experiences in a packed basketball season.
Over 40 people attended the conference, including pastors, district superintendents, and OKWU 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.”
“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.”
“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.”
“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.”
“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.”
“Experiencing growth in myself and my students’ growth motivates me in my work. I love success, no matter how big or how small. And growing is a success!”
“Kirk brings a tremendous heart to see the Kingdom of Jesus Christ advance through Oklahoma Wesleyan University’s endeavors.”
“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.”
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