Confining Faith to Compartments

Nov 26, 2017 | ocblog

Compartments can be useful. We have –glove compartments” in our vehicles, even though hardly anyone uses them for gloves - instead, we keep flashlights, maps, repair receipts and other things there. Toolboxes and craft cases have compartments to keep things separated for easy access...

It seems the typical consumer holds a high level of skepticism toward advertising. According to the results of a study published on a marketing website, more than three in every four consumers - over 75 percent - believe most of the claims made in advertisements, regardless of the...

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OC grad chosen for prominent global mental health program

Sep 13, 2017 | ocblog

Oklahoma Christian University alumna Abby deSteiguer has been accepted into the prestigious Master of Science in Global Mental Health program, jointly run by King’s College and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

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Honorary Alumna Beloved For Service To Students

Sep 01, 2017 | featurestory

“I love my job, and I love my students. I love coming to work every day.” That statement reflects Lois Irene Hill, OC’s newest honorary alumna. Lois is the cashier for U Dining at Oklahoma Christian, working the breakfast and lunch shifts. She stumbled upon her job...

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Grad uses poetry and videos to spread the Gospel

Sep 01, 2017 | featurestory

OC alumnus David Bowden (10) is a multi-book author and world-renowned performer whose videos have been viewed by millions. The impressive career of OC’s 2017 Young Alumnus Award recipient started in his dorm room. “OC is where I learned to do poetry every Monday night...

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