Dr. Everett Piper has announced his upcoming retirement as president of Oklahoma Wesleyan University.
Dr. Everett Piper accomplished much in his six-month sabbatical, including studying abroad and finishing his latest book.
OKWU to add men’s wrestling to athletic program, Houghton student wins bagpipe competition, OKWU president appears on Fox News, and study reflects IWU’s impact on local economy.
Oklahoma Wesleyan protests the NAIA attempt to shame North Carolina and supports women’s rights to privacy.
OKWU sues Department of Education, IWU enters special partnership, and Canadian church opens a “free” store, SWU breaks ground on residence hall, and more.
OKWU offering course on pro-life activism, SWU basketball coach receives Milestone Award, Michigan church using chalkboards for positive conversations, and more.
Jo Anne Lyon examines why Christianity is thriving in Nepal, New Jersey pastor joins other professional chefs to feed homeless, OKWU president wins award, SWU yearbooks now online, and more.
Dr. Everett Piper discusses why Christianity works across cultural lines in both hemispheres. Both a homosexual atheist and former advisor to the President agree.
Author and radio and TV host Bill O’Reilly recently interviewed Oklahoma Wesleyan University President Everett Piper regarding religious freedom and the law.
OKWU and the Josh McDowell Institute will host the second annual JMI Collision Conference, which will focus on marriage and human sexuality.
An offended airline passenger shouted, “You shouldn’t say [Merry Christmas] because not everyone celebrates Christmas!” Everett Piper examines what the world would be like without the holiday.
The Church has stemmed the tide of evil time and time again. From the killing fields of Cambodia to the prison cells of Cuba, it has been the “flowing stream” of justice.
Oklahoma Wesleyan University is the sixth best college in the West, according to rankings to be published in the 2015 U.S. Best Colleges Guide.
Do we assume the existence of right and wrong, accuracy and inaccuracy, in our asking or do we care more about silencing our opponents than correcting our own opinions?
Last week President Everett Piper of Oklahoma Wesleyan communicated to his board of trustees and the OKWU family some good news at the start of the school year.