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OBU student shares family adoption story

Anna Dellinger, Features Editor

I can only remember truly weeping twice in my life. Once was when the absolute lostness of one of my friends hit me, bringing me to my knees. 1,235 more words


Mya's Weekly Insight: The cycle of life, how Christians should respond

Mya Hudgins, Faith Editor 

There are 195 countries, 7 continents, 7 seas, estimated about 6,909 languages, roughly 4,200 religions, and somewhere between 11,500 and 16,000 different people groups in this world. 730 more words


John Piper’s testimony discusses interracial relations 

Jonathan Soder, Assistant Faith Editor

Though produced in 2011, John Piper’s video testimony regarding his personal battle against racism still offers insights to families seeking to address the topic from a Christian worldview amidst today’s political and social atmosphere.  1,013 more words


Mentorship Is My Purpose

The year is 1995, and I, Rachael Row, enter the WMU dorms on the campus of Oklahoma Baptist University to begin the pursuit of purpose.  I am a stranger on this campus, unfamiliar with the town or the school, but ready to figure out what I want to be when I grow up. 628 more words

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Wilkinson steps down as Deer Creek's head coach

Jay Wilkinson, after one season as Deer Creek’s head coach, has stepped down from that position. The move became official Friday, Wilkinson said.

The former Coweta head coach, Wilkinson went 2-8 in his lone season as the Antlers’ head coach. 62 more words

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