This year, we’re telling the stories of OKWU Faces – the faculty, staff, students, and alumni that make up the “We Are OKWU” family. And we’re starting here – with a few faces that represent the Four Pillars of our mission.
Basketball. Soccer. Baseball. Golf. Tennis. Wrestling. Track & Field. Cross Country. Volleyball. Softball. OKWU’s head coaches are a force to be reckoned with when it comes to top-level athletics programs in the NAIA. But greater than their accomplishments in the … Continued
At Oklahoma Wesleyan, we call them Collision Points – those places we find as we go through life where the message of the Four Pillars collides with a secular worldview. Every syllabus, every lecture, is focused not just on passing … Continued
“Therefore, encourage one another and build each other up as you are already doing.” (1 Thessalonians 5:11) OKWU’s Adult and Graduate Studies students come from all walks of life, and must find ways to balance family and career while pursuing … Continued
The Presidential Leadership Scholarship (PLS) offered to OKWU’s incoming residential students is a program to encourage the best of the best in our freshmen. “PLS is designed to recognize and invest in students who embody the Four Pillars of OKWU,” … Continued
A welcome to the 2018 online PILLARS edition from OKWU, written by President Dr. Everett Piper and Provost Dr. Gentry Sutton.
Psychology student Josh Wilchcombe testifies to the importance of OKWU’s first pillar, the Primacy of Christ, in his life.
Head basketball coach Donnie Bostwick describes how campus program FCA affirms OKWU’s first pillar, the Primacy of Christ.
Marketing major Andrea Piña shares the significance OKWU’s second pillar, the Priority of Scripture, had on her life and ministry.
An explanation of the intentionality of this year’s chapel theme, “KiNGDOM,” which reinforces OKWU’s second pillar, the Priority of Scripture.
Nursing student Patience Gitau describes the impact OKWU’s third pillar, the Pursuit of Truth, has had on her nursing ministry.
A recap of OKWU’s James McDowell Institute Collision Conference and the impact of OKWU’s third pillar, the Pursuit of Truth.
Elementary education major Jake Feickert explains how he will use OKWU’s fourth pillar, the Practice of Wisdom, to minister to children in his classroom.
On February 16th, 35 OKWU students partnered with “Faces with Names” to give local parents of 83 foster kids a night out.