MACU News

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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Life Experience Can Equal College Credit, Faster Graduation

In the past, college was designed to equip students with the skills and experience needed to succeed in professional life. Nowadays, having real life experience, but no college degree, can derail even the most veteran employee.

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Life Experience Can Equal College Credit, Faster Graduation

MACU Partners with Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics

It's never been a greater time to meet science with faith. To match the needs of a budding biology program, MACU has partnered with the Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics to provide students with access to a state of-the-art chemistry lab.

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MACU Announces Fourth Annual Dream Scholarship Gala

Mid-America Christian University will hold its fourth annual Dream Scholarship Gala at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 4, at the newly renovated Sheraton Hotel in downtown Oklahoma City.

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Black History Month Ends with Services by OKC Thunder Chaplain

To finish its month-long celebration of Black History Month, today Mid-America Christian University welcomed Rev. Amos Byron Coleman III to lead morning chapel services in the university’s JASCO Chapel in south Oklahoma City.

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Oklahoma Senator George Young Speaks for Black History Month

To celebrate the beginning of Black History Month, Mid-America Christian University welcomed Sen. George Young (D-OK) to lead chapel services Feb. 1 in the university’s JASCO Chapel in south Oklahoma City.

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