OBU’s 15th president seeks to transform students’ lives.
Mya Hudgins shares her thoughts on Matthew 22.
Mya Hudgins, Faith Editor German club, Bisionettes, social clubs, club sports and many other organizations are well known around Oklahoma Baptist campus. There is one student
Jonathan Soder, Assistant Faith Editor Last Monday, the philosophy department put on the first of several forums it has scheduled for the 2017-2018 school year.
The group that meets prays for a specific country extensively each night, as well as other needs around the world, and personal needs.
Moriah Lamb, sophomore nursing major, attend prayer for the nations each night, and has enjoyed the experience.
“I started going to prayer after I talked to Beth at Un Cuerpo last year,” Lamb said. “It quickly became the one place on campus where I fit in, where I had a place and felt at home.”
By Mikaleh Offerman
There are so many other things I ought to treasure more than a few strips of denim and a metal zipper. Chiefly, people.
For the past two years, I’ve lived in Shawnee, Okla. and only a handful of times have I even pondered the people outside of OBU’s campus, let alone agonized over or sought after them. In 2014, just five years ago, thinkprogress.org published an article titled, “Welcome To Shawnee, Oklahoma: The Worst City In America To Be Homeless.”
If that’s not a slap in the face then I don’t know what is.