Faith in the in-between: Recent grads on finding a career

By Hannah Lounsbery, Faith Co-Editor Oklahoma Baptist University’s class of spring 2018 graduates in 30 days. With a month left to go, graduating seniors are juggling capstones, exams, chapel credits and extra-curricular activities along with a more daunting prospect: job hunting. Looking for a career, trying to decide what city to live and work in … Continue reading Faith in the in-between: Recent grads on finding a career

Editorial: Remembering MLK as a Christian example of social justice

By Hannah Lounsbery, Faith Co-Editor April 4, 1968, Martin Luther King Jr. was shot and killed standing on a hotel balcony in Memphis, Tennessee. Prior to his assassination, the Nobel Peace Prize winner faced threats from white supremacists, who firebombed his home in 1956, and from J. Edgar Hoover’s FBI, according to articles from both … Continue reading Editorial: Remembering MLK as a Christian example of social justice

Feminism and the church: Women search for their place in Christian leadership

By Hannah Lounsbery, Faith Co-Editor   (Photo by Reagan Thatcher/The Bison) The movement: where did it come from? Women’s History Month is over, but the fight for equality is not. Across the globe, women are fighting for equal pay and respect in the workplace and, in many nations, women are fighting for their safety, access to … Continue reading Feminism and the church: Women search for their place in Christian leadership

International Women’s Month inspires reflection: Spiritual gifts impact the mission field, families and faith

By Hannah Lounsbery, Faith Co-Editor I sat through many hot, sticky tabernacle services in an adolescence saturated in the traditions of the Southern Baptist Church. These services called me and my comrades to service for the Kingdom, telling us all how Christ has equipped us to serve. Even though all of those lessons, one man’s … Continue reading International Women’s Month inspires reflection: Spiritual gifts impact the mission field, families and faith

A review of IF: Gathering, Conference equips young women for discipleship

By Hannah Lounsbery, Faith Co-Editor    (Photo: The Bison/Hannah Lounsbery) February 9th, Jennie Allen, founder of IF, sat on stage at the Moody Theater in Austin, with a candle, five years of experience and a women’s ministry that is about so much more than ‘women’s issues.’ According to their website, “IF exists to equip women with … Continue reading A review of IF: Gathering, Conference equips young women for discipleship