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Walton-Verona track succeeds with commitment

WALTON – Walton-Verona finished third in the Class 1A state track and field meet in the boys team standings at the end of May. The Bearcats did so with more versatility and depth than many small schools in the state. 809 more words


Angels—Aware or Unaware—Part II

A few weeks ago, I started discussing angels. We are fascinated with the supernatural, and our fascination with angels is part of that.

Psalm 91:11-12 says “For He shall give His angels charge over you, To keep you in all your ways. 657 more words


5 Easter Books for Freethinkers, Heretics, and Honest Doubters

I studied religion at a conservative evangelical school called Oral Roberts University. They taught me a great deal of orthodox theology, and they also made aware of its antithesis, liberalism. 1,369 more words

Whirlwind Friend Tour

Spring break.  I hardly ever get out of Little Rock.  I decided I needed to.  A friend had just moved back to the state up to northwest Arkansas.   330 more words

Just Life

Dr. Terry Shannon: Oral Roberts University Assistant Professor

Dr. Terry Shannon, Assistant Professor, at Oral Roberts University talks about students finding jobs in the sports industry. 

1. In your opinion, how should students reach out to potential employers in terms of finding a job in sports? 249 more words

The Real Test Begins: Regular Season Recap and Summit League Tournament Preview

Sorry for the long hiatus folks. I was temporarily indisposed… aka binge watching college basketball from other conference… HOWEVER I’m back at long last to recap the Bison’s excellent regular season and preview the upcoming Summit League Tournament where we’ll find out if the Bison can make a second consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament. 961 more words


Update: I didn't quit college... I just quit the "me" in it

Last semester was questionably the worst semester I’ve experienced since I’ve been in school. I was stretched far beyond my limits, and I had allowed my priorities to get too far out of whack. 843 more words