50-Year-old Wish Blesses a New Generation
Rev. Paul Hader was a devoted minister of the Church of God movement. He and his wife Ruth, were married 57 years and pastored churches in Roswell, New Mexico; Ashland, Kansas; Kansas City, Kansas, as well as south Oklahoma City at the Shartel Church of God.
Orphaned as a child, Rev. Hader was raised by his aunt and uncle, Henry and Hannah Schierloh. In 1963, one of the final wishes of his Uncle Henry was for his family to give a gift of $1,000 each to five Church of God endorsed agencies, including a school known as Gulf Coast Bible College, now Mid-America Christian University.
But there was a dilemma.
Charlie Shorter named Sooner Athletic Conference Player of the Year
Mid-America Christian University senior guard Charlie Shorter has been named the Sooner Athletic Conference Player of the Year, while junior forward Angelo Lewis was chosen as the conference's Newcomer of the Year, the league announced last week.
Multicultural Day, March 1, 2013
The Diversity Committee is pleased to announce the first annual Mid-America Christian University Multicultural Day. On March 1, 2013, we will celebrate African-American Culture and Heritage through a day of activities and service. Classes will be cancelled to allow students and faculty to attend the schedule of activities. During the chapel hour, the Langston University Choir will be performing. Following a short break, we will have a local author and speaker, Scott Williams. Supervisors may allow departmental personnel to attend the keynote session in accordance with office needs.
MACU Open Wednesday, Feb. 13
Based on current weather forecasts for the Oklahoma City area, Mid-America Christian University anticipates normal business hours for Wednesday, February 13, 2013.
MACU Men's Basketball makes NAIA Top 25 for First time in History
Kansas City, Mo. -- Today is a historic day for the Mid-America Christian University Men's Basketball program, as the Evangels have jumped into the NAIA Top 25 Coaches' Poll for the first time in school history, coming in at No. 25 in the organization's weekly poll for Feb. 5.