Klaire Linick (’20) is making a difference in her music classroom in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.
Naomi Mueller, a foundational member of the Oklahoma Wesleyan Community, will be presented an Honorary Doctorate of Letters for a lifetime of dedicated service.
“We want our students not only to know the truth about our subject matter, but we hope to equip them with the tools necessary to pursue the truth and spot lies long after the semester concludes.”
“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.”
“He’s a very ornery, very stubborn, very independent little boy. But I wouldn’t change one thing about it, because it’s what pushes him to achieve.”
Through good times and difficult times, Ken and Marilyn Blake’s 32 years of service on the mission field provide an inspiring example of faithfulness to the Lord.
Even though we can’t invite you to campus, we want to stay connected.
“I mean, it’s one of those moments you have to call your mom, right?”
“I was a kid from a small town and learned a lot. My eyes were opened to the fact that I had to study other things besides just business.”
“God really had to reveal to me that how I want things to work out isn’t always how He wants things to work out. Obviously, I’m not in Bhutan. I’m not a lawyer, I don’t practice law. Things changed along the way.”