“The Christian Mindset in a Secular World” 

Audrey Branham  “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age”.   The Great Commission is a … Continue reading “The Christian Mindset in a Secular World” 

How we should live by way of Augustine’s Confessions  

Ellie Huff  Faith Editor  Augustine of Hippo notably said, “The thought of you stirs him so deeply he cannot be content unless he praises you, because you made us for yourself and our hearts find no peace until they rest in you”.   For those who have not yet experienced the redemption of the soul through Christ, life can … Continue reading How we should live by way of Augustine’s Confessions  

Kidnapping of Haitian Missionaries 

Audrey Branham  On October 16th, 2021, near the capital city of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, there was a kidnapping of five men, seven women, and five children by the ‘400 Mawozo’ gang. Among those kidnapped were sixteen Americans and one Canadian who were working with the Ohio-based Christian Aid Ministries. The group was traveling in a bus leaving the city of Croix-des-Bouquets when their bus was hijacked and taken.   According to BBC News, … Continue reading Kidnapping of Haitian Missionaries 

Welcome all those who are burnt out 

Ellen Huff Faith Editor It’s that time of year. The middle of the semester. Grades have been received. Campus activities seem to be in full swing with all of the responsibilities that follow. Life is continuing on outside of school presenting more obstacles mentally to tackle before considering putting efforts towards academia or any sort of social scene. Feelings … Continue reading Welcome all those who are burnt out 

The Ethical Dilemma of Horror Films 

Ellen Huff  Faith Editor  It’s spooky season. You know what that means—carved pumpkins, witches, potions, corn mazes, black cats and so much more. The Halloween aesthetic is dark and ghostly. For some, this season is a constant adrenaline rush due to haunted houses, scary costumes, and most importantly horror films.   From classics such as Psycho, Halloween and Scream to the … Continue reading The Ethical Dilemma of Horror Films 

Does God play dice with Philosophy forum 

Ellen Huff Faith Editor Last Friday, October 1, a philosophy forum was held in the Tulsa Royalties Conference Room in Baylee Business Center. The stimulating and enriching conversation posed the question: Does God play dice with the universe?   Philosophy forums are an exciting series bringing new topics and speakers to lecture over a particular philosophical … Continue reading Does God play dice with Philosophy forum 

The Changes They Bring Back: Ecuador Summer GO trip/Study Abroad 

Audrey Branham Twenty-six OBU students left the United States for Quito, Ecuador for a month-long study abroad Global Outreach trip in July. They had the opportunity to explore the Galapagos Islands, engage in various volunteer internships in Quito, Ecuador and some had the opportunity to swim in the Amazon River or climb mountains in Cuzco, … Continue reading The Changes They Bring Back: Ecuador Summer GO trip/Study Abroad