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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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Let’s Start Talking Founders earn Missions Award

Sep 01, 2017 | featurestory

Let’s Start Talking is one of the most successful missionary programs among churches of Christ. It all started on the OC campus with Dr. Mark and Sherrylee (Johnson 93) Woodward. Let’s Start Talking (LST) is a global ministry enabling groups of missionaries to share the...

OC welcomes new faculty for 2017-18

Aug 22, 2017 | ocnews

Oklahoma Christian University’s newest professors bring academic accomplishments and professional experience to the classroom this fall. Students will benefit from these professors’ passion for faith and service.

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OC celebrates Thrive success

Jun 05, 2017 | ocblog

OC launched a fast, transparent campaign called Thrive in June 2014 with the goal of raising $30 million in three years for projects that would enhance OC students’ experience. More than 9,300 donors helped OC meet the goal ahead of schedule, with $33,940,222 raised or pledged, and...

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Building Faith in Community

May 10, 2017 | featurestory

Since receiving a master’s degree in ministry from OC’s Graduate School of Theology in 2005, Mitch Wilburn has used his studies to help navigate life-changing experiences.

Oklahoma Christian University honored Dr. Kerianne Roper with the Faculty Leadership Award, Pat Smith with the Gaylord Chair of Distinguished Teaching, and Bill Arbuckle as Staff Employee of the Year.

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Thrive campaign tops fundraising goal

May 10, 2017 | featurestory

In June 2014, we launched a fundraising campaign unlike any we knew, Thrive. As we celebrate the campaign’s end, we’re also excited to tell you the Thrive model isn’t going anywhere just yet.


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