In this edition of the TOWER, we invite you back into our classrooms for a discussion on Collision Points—those intersections where faith and culture collide.  If you’re anything like me, it is easy to see these as points of contention, rather than opportunities to engage the world with Truth.  In reading these reflections by OKWU professors, our alumni, and JMI Scholar in Residence, Abdu Murray, I have been challenged to bring an extra measure of grace and wisdom to my conversations at these points without compromising the Truth. These are the stories of OKWU community members already doing this—engaging collision points at every level; from the classroom, to the foster care system, to our nation’s capital, and beyond.

Thanks for joining us.

Megan England, Editor
Office of University Relations

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