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    Gaulke Activity Center Court Named for Staton Financial Group

    Mid-America Christian University has named the court at Gaulke Activity Center after Staton Financial Group following years of support and a significant financial gift.  Scott and Angela Staton, who co-own Staton Financial Group in Oklahoma City, are faithful supporters of MACU student-athletes.  The Statons began to support MACU athletics in Dec. 2017, after hearing the […]

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  • Celebrating MLK Day

    MACU Participates in annual parade honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. By: Anna-Kate Weichel For the first time in university history, MACU participated in the annual MLK Jr. Holiday Parade in downtown Oklahoma City. On Jan. 18, MACU students, faculty, staff and families donned special “Dream” T-shirts and marched proudly alongside a float they helped […]

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  • Staff Spotlight: Erica Alvarez-Stanton

    Executive Director of Community Outreach & Services By: Anna-Kate Weichel The percentage of Latinos who receive their Master’s degree in Oklahoma is shockingly less than 10 percent. Erica Alvarez-Stanton is beating those odds — and now she’s helping MACU students do the same. Alvarez-Stanton grew up in Brownsville, Texas, just a few miles from the […]

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  • Eternal Investment: Jeannette Clift George

    By Anna-Kate Weichel From author to playwright to Golden Globe-nominated actress to business woman, Jeannette Clift George believed that the world was her stage. Yet, at the end of theday, her most important act in life was to honor God. Clift George was born ready for the stage. She grew up waiting for her chance […]

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  • Campus Welcomes Rev. Cervantes for Spiritual Emphasis Week

    By Whitney Knight Every semester, MACU holds a four-day chapel series known as Spiritual Emphasis Week, a period in which the campus community specifically focuses on spiritual health and growth with a four-part series by a special guest speaker. This fall, the campus welcomed Rev. Jaime Cervantes. Cervantes pastors the Benton Heights campus of First […]

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  • International Student Shines as Student Chaplain

    By Anna-Kate Weichel Soccer is what brought Thiago Viana to MACU, but his love of Christ is what has defined his journey as a student. Viana was born and raised in Brazil, growing up in a home that loved soccer and followed Christ. But although his childhood was rooted in traditional values, they failed to […]

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  • Faith Hollingsworth Earns NCCAA Game Plan 4 LIFE Award

    By Adam Stanek Before MACU’s softball team won its first-ever NCCAA National Championship this spring, one student-athlete was already crowned a champion of character.Senior outfielder Faith Hollingsworth was selected as the recipient for the NCCAA Game Plan 4 LIFE award, becoming the second Evangels softball player to ever winthe award. “I was extremely grateful to […]

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  • A Sweet Meeting: How An Ice Cream Cone Brought Mike and Helen Dill Together with the MACU Soccer Programs

    By Adam Stanek When you come to a MACU soccer game, you can always find Mike and Helen Dill sitting front and center, cheering for the Evangels. For the last five years, the Dills have been overwhelming supporters of MACU soccer — so much so that they paid for brand new lights and a scoreboard […]

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