Someone encouraged and invested in us. Now, TWC, it is our turn.
Jim Dunn is an alumnus of Oklahoma Wesleyan University and a former member of the Board of Trustees.
Why would Jesus ask us to sacrifice an act or item during Lent season? Self-denial is a good idea, but we can go about it for the wrong reasons.
Wesleyans are involved in Hurricane Harvey clean up, Michigan students benefit from a back-to-school event and Jim Dunn is recognized for his role in church leadership.
OKWU sues Department of Education, IWU enters special partnership, and Canadian church opens a “free” store, SWU breaks ground on residence hall, and more.
Jim Dunn relates childhood basketball memories with how it looks to keep our eyes focused on Jesus amidst a world of distractions.
I was going to miss my connection flight. The walk to the next terminal would take longer than the actual layover time. Then a gentleman nearby said, “Follow me.” Surprisingly I made it home that day.
I love when people have a desire to meet with Jesus. That desire was apparent as I attended the Alive Conference in Nashville–one of only a few men in the midst of 700+ women.
Jim Dunn has one change he’d like to make in 2015, and he is inviting you to join him.
It’s Thanksgiving season. We are supposed to be thankful for many reasons. Yet there are some details in life that I am discontent about.
“I don’t pray so I can change God. I pray so God can change me.”
A disgruntled customer demanded a channel change while watching TV in a restaurant. Upon hearing this request, Jim Dunn began reflecting on happiness in life.
Sometimes we need God to bring a power-generating flood into our hearts, similar to how a physical flood can infringe upon a town.
. Perhaps God wants us to bless others with our support and encouragement just as He supports and encourages us. There could be another, deeper lesson, however.
It may simply be the first day of June for you. Nevertheless, what will you think about today in order to allow thanksgiving to bubble up from your heart to your thoughts and words?
Like much of life, Eastertide is quite a journey. The tide of this time frame rolls up and down. The route during the first Eastertide was unknown. The disciples hadn’t experienced anything like it.