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2014 OCU Homecoming Gospel Concert image
Great Crowds. Excellent Performances. God's Presence!The 8th Annual Gill Conley Homecoming Gospel Concert was an incredible evening with nearly 1,300 in attendance. Featured artists included The Collingsworth Family, Greater Vision, and The Talleys. The wonderful evening was filled with praise and honor to God.Tony McCrary commented on the concert:“This was the best concert event I have been a part of in my four years here at Ohio Christian University. Great crowd, excellent artists, and most of all, God’s presence filled the Maxwell auditorium.”From the family harmonies of the Collingsworth’s and Talley’s, to the traditional Southern Gospel sounds of Greater Vision, everyone in attendance was blessed and had a wonderful evening.

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Festival of Carols Shares Message of Christ image

Festival of Carols Shares Message of Christ

Festival of Carols Shares Message of Christ image

Published: December 10, 2019

The Ohio Christian University Music Department shared an impactful message of Christ’s birth in its annual Christmas concert, Festival of Carols. The concert presented this story of glory to audiences of almost 500 on both Dec. 7 and 8 in the Ministry
The Ohio Christian University Music Department shared an impactful message of Christ’s birth in its annual Christmas concert, Festival of Carols. The concert presented this story of glory to audiences of almost 500 on both Dec. 7 and 8 in the Ministry
The Ohio Christian University Music Department shared an impactful message of Christ’s birth in its annual Christmas concert, Festival of Carols. The concert presented this story of glory to
Band and Vocal Students Among the 'Stars and the Moon' image

Band and Vocal Students Among the 'Stars and the Moon'

Band and Vocal Students Among the 'Stars and the Moon' image

Published: November 8, 2019

In 1969, Apollo 11 launched from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, carrying what would soon be the first men to ever set foot on the Moon. Ohio Christian University will celebrate this historic event with a concert titled Stars and the Moon, featuring Ohio Christian’s band and vocal students. The show will lift off on Nov. 14 at 7 p.m. in the Ministry
In 1969, Apollo 11 launched from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, carrying what would soon be the first men to ever set foot on the Moon. Ohio Christian University will celebrate this historic event with a concert titled Stars and the Moon, featuring Ohio Christian’s band and vocal students. The show will lift off on Nov. 14 at 7 p.m. in the Ministry
In 1969, Apollo 11 launched from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, carrying what would soon be the first men to ever set foot on the Moon. Ohio Christian University will celebrate this
Homecoming Celebration Hosts Warm Reception Despite Cold Day image

Homecoming Celebration Hosts Warm Reception Despite Cold Day

Homecoming Celebration Hosts Warm Reception Despite Cold Day image

Published: October 16, 2019

Ohio Christian University’s Homecoming and Family Day 2019 welcomed over 400 alumni and their family members home on Oct. 12. The atmosphere was warm and lively despite the chilly fall weather that forced many of the events inside. The day started early with 74 participants shrugging off temperatures in the mid-40’s as they ran or walked in the 7th annual Josias Rodriguez 5k Run/Walk. The event is held in memory of a much-loved ministry student who tragically lost his life in a hiking accident. Josias Rodriguez’s mom spoke briefly at the start of the race with his dad firing the
Ohio Christian University’s Homecoming and Family Day 2019 welcomed over 400 alumni and their family members home on Oct. 12. The atmosphere was warm and lively despite the chilly fall weather that forced many of the events inside. The day started early with 74 participants shrugging off temperatures in the mid-40’s as they ran or walked in the 7th annual Josias Rodriguez 5k Run/Walk. The
Ohio Christian University’s Homecoming and Family Day 2019 welcomed over 400 alumni and their family members home on Oct. 12. The atmosphere was warm and lively despite the chilly fall weather that

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Big Give a Big Boost for OCU!

Big Givers Boost OCU Program Support!

Big Give a Big Boost for OCU!

Published: November 2, 2017

The Columbus Foundation 2017 Big Give campaign on October 11th gave a big boost to Ohio Christian University. Generosity of contributors enables OCU to continue supporting student success and to sustain academic programs that are creating a new generation of faith-filled leaders in many fields of endeavor that contribute to bettering society in local communities and beyond. The Columbus Foundation amplified the campaign gifts made in support of this work. Ohio Christian raised over $252,000 through your generosity! OCU’s faculty, staff, and administration extend our heart-felt
The Columbus Foundation 2017 Big Give campaign on October 11th gave a big boost to Ohio Christian University. Generosity of contributors enables OCU to continue supporting student success and to sustain academic programs that are creating a new generation of faith-filled leaders in many fields of endeavor that contribute to bettering society in local communities and beyond. The Columbus
The Columbus Foundation 2017 Big Give campaign on October 11th gave a big boost to Ohio Christian University. Generosity of contributors enables OCU to continue supporting student success and to
David and friend at African mission site.

Mentor Leaders' Rev. David Whetstone Speaks during OCU Mission Week

David and friend at African mission site.

Published: October 23, 2017

Rev. David Whetstone, founder of Mentor Leaders, is a featured speaker during OCU’s Missions Week, October 23-26, on the university's main Circleville campus. Mentor Leaders, based in Nolensville, TN, is a non­profit organization using community-based efforts to bring aid, restoration, and sustainability to global neighborhoods. Mission Week presentations are being held in OCU's Detty Chapel.   Mentor Leaders has teams in Togo and Haiti who are providing emergency aid, restoration—supported by education, financial investment, and relational development—, and sustainability training
Rev. David Whetstone, founder of Mentor Leaders, is a featured speaker during OCU’s Missions Week, October 23-26, on the university's main Circleville campus. Mentor Leaders, based in Nolensville, TN, is a non­profit organization using community-based efforts to bring aid, restoration, and sustainability to global neighborhoods. Mission Week presentations are being held in OCU's Detty 
Rev. David Whetstone, founder of Mentor Leaders, is a featured speaker during OCU’s Missions Week, October 23-26, on the university's main Circleville campus. Mentor Leaders, based in Nolensville
10th Annual Leadership Forum with Dr. John Maxwell a Huge Success

10th Annual Leadership Forum a Huge Success

10th Annual Leadership Forum with Dr. John Maxwell a Huge Success

Published: April 18, 2016

Ohio Christian University hosted its 10th annual Leadership Forum on April 19, 2016, in the Maxwell Center on its Circleville campus featuring speakers: leadership expert, Dr. John Maxwell; NFL Hall of Fame Quarterback, Jim Kelly; and special guest Senator David Perdue. More than 1300 people gathered for the main event, and hundreds more participated in smaller sessions throughout the day.  When asked about the impact of events like Leadership Forum, John Maxwell said, "Developing quality, Christian leaders is the only way to ensure that the future is better than today." 
Ohio Christian University hosted its 10th annual Leadership Forum on April 19, 2016, in the Maxwell Center on its Circleville campus featuring speakers: leadership expert, Dr. John Maxwell; NFL Hall of Fame Quarterback, Jim Kelly; and special guest Senator David Perdue. More than 1300 people gathered for the main event, and hundreds more participated in smaller sessions throughout the day
Ohio Christian University hosted its 10th annual Leadership Forum on April 19, 2016, in the Maxwell Center on its Circleville campus featuring speakers: leadership expert, Dr. John Maxwell; NFL
Annual Dinner Concert Features The Guardians and Booth Brothers image

Annual Dinner Concert Features The Guardians and Booth Brothers

Annual Dinner Concert Features The Guardians and Booth Brothers image

Published: March 19, 2016

The annual Ohio Christian University Spring Dinner Concert was held on Saturday, March 19, 2016. Hundreds of Southern Gospel Music fans enjoyed a premium buffet, and additional guests joined for a delightful night of gospel music featuring The Guardians and The Booth Brothers. The proceeds of the annual dinner concert support the Dean and Diana Hickman Scholarship Fund. Our gratitude is extended to all who contributed financially to make it possible for students to attend Ohio Christian University.
The annual Ohio Christian University Spring Dinner Concert was held on Saturday, March 19, 2016. Hundreds of Southern Gospel Music fans enjoyed a premium buffet, and additional guests joined for a delightful night of gospel music featuring The Guardians and The Booth Brothers. The proceeds of the annual dinner concert support the Dean and Diana Hickman Scholarship Fund. Our gratitude is
The annual Ohio Christian University Spring Dinner Concert was held on Saturday, March 19, 2016. Hundreds of Southern Gospel Music fans enjoyed a premium buffet, and additional guests joined for a
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OCU Welcomed Robert Spencer and Samuel Whitfield to Campus

OCU Welcomed Robert Spencer and Samuel Whitfield to Campus image

Published: March 18, 2016

Ohio Christian University was pleased to welcome both Robert Spencer and Samuel Whitfield as guest speakers on Thursday, March 17, 2016. They agreed to answer questions facilitated by Dr. Garrison, and later responded to questions from the audience. The speakers tackled a relevant question: Is Islam a religion of peace Robert Spencer spoke first, citing the main issue with Western culture as the inability to deal with Islam openly and honestly. “America is stigmatized against honest discussion…” he said, sharing a story about a media store employee who was hesitant to turn in a video
Ohio Christian University was pleased to welcome both Robert Spencer and Samuel Whitfield as guest speakers on Thursday, March 17, 2016. They agreed to answer questions facilitated by Dr. Garrison, and later responded to questions from the audience. The speakers tackled a relevant question: Is Islam a religion of peace Robert Spencer spoke first, citing the main issue with Western culture
Ohio Christian University was pleased to welcome both Robert Spencer and Samuel Whitfield as guest speakers on Thursday, March 17, 2016. They agreed to answer questions facilitated by Dr. Garrison