Five Lady Evangels Named to the NCCAA All-Central Regional Squad
Congratulations to five Lady Evangels Soccer players who made the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) All-Central Regional squad on November 26th.
MACU Men's Soccer Team Moves to NCCAA National Tournament
Raphael Bonelle took a pass from Abel Renteria in the second overtime period to propel the Mid-America Christian University Evangels to a 2-1 victory over the Southwestern Christian University Eagles and capture their third National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) Central Regional championship afternoon (Nov. 23) at MACU Soccer Field.
MACU to Break Ground for new Residence Hall
During the fall meeting of the Mid-America Christian University (MACU) Board of Trustees, a unanimous decision was made to proceed immediately with construction on a new residence hall.
MACU Staffers Accepted to Distinguished COSA Leadership Academy
Taking professional development to a whole new level, Mid-America Christian University (MACU) Student Life team members Morgan Thompson, dean of student success, and Alison Walls, director of student life, have been accepted to the prestigious Oklahoma Council on Student Affairs (COSA) Leadership Academy.
A Q&A with Pastor John Carney, MACU alum and Member of the Ministries Council.
Pastor John Carney is a 1982 graduate of Gulf Coast Bible College (GBC), one of the previous names of Mid-America Christian University, (MACU). He also earned a master’s in leadership from MACU in 2009. He’s married to GBC alumnae Kay (Gustin) Carney who is also a 1982 graduate of GBC. John is the senior pastor of First Church of God in Hutchinson, Kansas, where he has served since 1999, and is serving his second term with the Church of God Ministries Council.