Students put their learning into action in the local community.
Jabin Umfleet (’20) has a heart for ministering to youth in rural America.
Ministry profs are committed to continuing a strong tradition within The Wesleyan Church.
Professors in OKWU’s School of Ministry and Christian Thought don’t just stay in the classroom – they’re writing on the forefront of a number of topics, from the issues facing American evangelicalism to a theological study of Marvel’s famous web-slinger.
“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.”
Congratulations to Dr. Jerome Van Kuiken on a decade of outstanding leadership in education.
“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.”
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.”
“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.”