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Beloved MACU Professor Publishes Second Book

Although there are many characteristics that Wesleyan theology shares with orthodox Christian beliefs, there remain some truths and teachings that are unique to John Wesley himself. In an attempt to identify and define those distinct qualities, MACU School of Ministry Chair and Professor Dr. Cliff Sanders recently wrote and published his second book, The Optimism of Grace.

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MACU Offers Affordable, Accredited Certificate Programs

Whether an individual is looking to stay current in their job field or make themselves stand out among others vying for a coveted position, certificate programs make for an attractive option, said MACU College of Adult and Graduate Studies Dean Dr. J. Hall. “The value of certificates is that they point towards specific kinds of career or skill demonstration,” Hall said. “There are many folks out there who already have a graduate degree, but it’s more generalized and they’re looking to bolster it with more specific work.”

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Concurrent Classes Offer Affordable Option for High Schoolers

Almost 70 percent of young adults who go to college take out student loans to pay for college. The number of college students graduating with significant debt is staggering — a recent report by the U.S. Federal Reserve showed that most students graduate already more than $30,000 in debt.

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'A God Thing' Leads Oklahoma Soldier, Father to College Success

Many can attest to the old saying that “God moves in mysterious ways.” As Matthew Holata learned, sometimes that can even mean through the radio waves. A native of Morris, Okla. in the eastern half of the state, Holata grew up as a competitive kid with a love of sports and teamwork. He planned to pursue the path of a student-athlete after graduating high school, but came up just short — literally.

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President Fozard Presented 'Salt & Light Award'

Mid-America Christian University President Dr. John D. Fozard was honored with the ‘Salt & Light Award’ by Christian Business Men’s Connection (CBMC) Tuesday night at the association’s annual banquet at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City.

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Music Major Uses God-Given Gift to Minister to Others

From the big screen to the chapel stage, Music and Ministry Worship major Kevin Dugay is used to drawing a crowd. With his soulful voice and God-given gift for performance, Dugay frequently leads worship during MACU chapel services every Wednesday and Friday. But long before he found himself in Oklahoma City, Dugay was an accomplished young actor with 12 years of stage experience and a promising professional career ahead of him.

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Shay Resigns as Sports Information Director

The Mid-America Christian University Department of Athletics announced on Thursday that Tim Shay has resigned from his position as Sports Information Director to take on a position across town as Assistant Athletic Director at Southern Nazarene University.

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MACU Student-Athletes Honored with Academic Awards

Although there are many characteristics that Wesleyan theology shares with orthodox Christian beliefs, there remain some truths and teachings that are unique to John Wesley himself. In an attempt to identify and define those distinct qualities, MACU School of Ministry Chair and Professor Dr. Cliff Sanders recently wrote and published his second book, The Optimism of Grace.

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Coach Logan Martin Joins MACU Women's Basketball Staff

Coming off back-to-back NCCAA National Championships, the Mid-America Christian University women's basketball team has added to an already-strong coaching staff for the 2019-20 season. Head Coach Hannah Moeller has announced the addition of Logan Martin as the third member of the staff, joining returning assistant coach Kelsie Dutton, as the Evangels look to continue building on the solid foundation they’ve established.

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