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Dr. Carson holds more than 60 honorary doctorate degrees and dozens of national merit citations. He holds membership in many prestigious organizations including the National Academy of Sciences Institute of Medicine, the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society and the Horatio Alger Society of Distinguished Americans. He sits on the board of directors of numerous organizations, including Kellogg Company, Costco Wholesale Corporation, the Academy of Achievement, and is an Emeritus Fellow of the Yale Corporation, the governing body of Yale University.“God has given us more than fourteen billion cells and connections in our brain. Why would God give us such a complex organ system unless he expects us to use it?” ― Ben CarsonDr. Carson will be featured at Ohio Christian University's 2014 Leadership Forum on April 21, 2014.Seating is limited so get your tickets today at www.OhioChristian.edu!

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Max McLean As C.S. Lewis on Stage at OCU

C.S. Lewis is Coming to Ohio Christian University

Max McLean As C.S. Lewis on Stage at OCU

Published: December 22, 2021

Ohio Christian University is excited to bring “The Most Reluctant Convert” to its Circleville Campus. There will be one show only, on January 15, 2022, at 1:00 PM in the Ministry and Performing Arts Center (MPAC). This Fellowship for Performing Arts production has toured the United States from New York to California and played on campuses such as Princeton, Vanderbilt, Wheaton, UNC-Chapel Hill, and many other esteemed institutions of higher learning. Using C.S. Lewis’ own words, award-winning actor Max McLean brings the brilliant Oxford fellow to life, taking us on his extraordinary
Ohio Christian University is excited to bring “The Most Reluctant Convert” to its Circleville Campus. There will be one show only, on January 15, 2022, at 1:00 PM in the Ministry and Performing Arts Center (MPAC). This Fellowship for Performing Arts production has toured the United States from New York to California and played on campuses such as Princeton, Vanderbilt, Wheaton, UNC-Chapel
Ohio Christian University is excited to bring “The Most Reluctant Convert” to its Circleville Campus. There will be one show only, on January 15, 2022, at 1:00 PM in the Ministry and Performing
Columbus Symphony Orchestra Holiday Pops Spectacular at OCU

Columbus Symphony to Perform in Ministry & Performing Arts Center

Columbus Symphony Orchestra Holiday Pops Spectacular at OCU

Published: November 19, 2021

The beloved Columbus Symphony holiday tradition of Holiday Pops returns in 2021 with spectacular performances of popular holiday songs and classic carols. Conductor Ron Jenkins will lead the Columbus Symphony in performances of “Winter Wonderland,” “We Wish You a Merry Christmas,” “Sleigh Ride,” “All I Want for Christmas is You,” and many more.  About The Columbus Symphony Orchestra: Since 1951, the Columbus Symphony (CSO) has been proud to serve as central Ohio’s flagship music performance organization. The CSO’s musicians, conductors, chorus, and world-renowned guest artists
The beloved Columbus Symphony holiday tradition of Holiday Pops returns in 2021 with spectacular performances of popular holiday songs and classic carols. Conductor Ron Jenkins will lead the Columbus Symphony in performances of “Winter Wonderland,” “We Wish You a Merry Christmas,” “Sleigh Ride,” “All I Want for Christmas is You,” and many more.  About The Columbus Symphony Orchestra:
The beloved Columbus Symphony holiday tradition of Holiday Pops returns in 2021 with spectacular performances of popular holiday songs and classic carols. Conductor Ron Jenkins will lead the 
OCU Summer Celebration Photo

2021 Summer Celebration Picnic

OCU Summer Celebration Photo

Published: August 6, 2021

Ohio Christian University held its first ever Summer Celebration Picnic on Friday, July 16, 2021. This was a time for OCU Alumni, donor partners and community members to get together and enjoy Food, Friends and Fellowship. In spite of some scattered storms, many people of all ages gathered together. Matt Hunnell, VP of University Advancement commented: “Despite a little rain, we had a great turn out.  It was wonderful to see smiling faces on campus, and our friends enjoying music, a good meal, and time together.  We look forward to many more events and gatherings on campus in the
Ohio Christian University held its first ever Summer Celebration Picnic on Friday, July 16, 2021. This was a time for OCU Alumni, donor partners and community members to get together and enjoy Food, Friends and Fellowship. In spite of some scattered storms, many people of all ages gathered together. Matt Hunnell, VP of University Advancement commented: “Despite a little rain, we had a great
Ohio Christian University held its first ever Summer Celebration Picnic on Friday, July 16, 2021. This was a time for OCU Alumni, donor partners and community members to get together and enjoy Food
OCU Staff with Sponsorship Thank-You Banner

30th Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament Raises Over $40,000 for Students

OCU Staff with Sponsorship Thank-You Banner

Published: July 1, 2021

Ohio Christian University's 30th Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament was held on Saturday, June 19th, at the Pickaway Country Club Golf Course. Four-person teams enjoyed a round of golf, raising over $40,000 to fund scholarships for current students. These OCU Scholarships are awarded to current campus students each year at the Annual Scholarship Banquet. "The annual OCU golf tournament is one of our major fundraising events for student scholarships – and is also a great way to connect with donors who love golf and love our students", explained OCU President Dr. Jon Kulaga. "With over
Ohio Christian University's 30th Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament was held on Saturday, June 19th, at the Pickaway Country Club Golf Course. Four-person teams enjoyed a round of golf, raising over $40,000 to fund scholarships for current students. These OCU Scholarships are awarded to current campus students each year at the Annual Scholarship Banquet. "The annual OCU golf tournament is
Ohio Christian University's 30th Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament was held on Saturday, June 19th, at the Pickaway Country Club Golf Course. Four-person teams enjoyed a round of golf, raising

29th Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament Raises $30,000 for Students

Published: November 13, 2020

Ohio Christian University’s 29th Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament occurred on Friday, October 2nd at the Pickaway Golf Course. Twenty-five four-person teams enjoyed a round of golf raising over $30,000 to fund scholarships for current students. These OCU Scholarships are awarded to current campus students each spring at the Annual Scholarship Banquet. "The golf tournament is one our major fund-raising events for student scholarships,” explained OCU President Dr. Jon Kulaga. “The engagement and generosity of each of the golfers is critical to our ability to assist OCU students with
Ohio Christian University’s 29th Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament occurred on Friday, October 2nd at the Pickaway Golf Course. Twenty-five four-person teams enjoyed a round of golf raising over $30,000 to fund scholarships for current students. These OCU Scholarships are awarded to current campus students each spring at the Annual Scholarship Banquet. "The golf tournament is one our major
Ohio Christian University’s 29th Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament occurred on Friday, October 2nd at the Pickaway Golf Course. Twenty-five four-person teams enjoyed a round of golf raising over $

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Church Service Day 2018 – Goodwill Trumps Rain! image

Church Service Day 2018 – Goodwill Trumps Rain!

Church Service Day 2018 – Goodwill Trumps Rain! image

Published: September 26, 2018

Church Service Day is an annual opportunity for Ohio Christian University (OCU) students to practice giving back to area churches and charities through hands-on work projects completed all on a single day! Church Services Day 2018, undertaken on September 26, proved a worthy addition to this traditional service-above-self event!  About 400 students lent their energies to 31 work projects in local churches, residences, and charity organizations. After an early breakfast, students formed into teams and received directions to and instructions for their projects. Eager teams headed out to
Church Service Day is an annual opportunity for Ohio Christian University (OCU) students to practice giving back to area churches and charities through hands-on work projects completed all on a single day! Church Services Day 2018, undertaken on September 26, proved a worthy addition to this traditional service-above-self event!  About 400 students lent their energies to 31 work projects in
Church Service Day is an annual opportunity for Ohio Christian University (OCU) students to practice giving back to area churches and charities through hands-on work projects completed all on a
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A Future with a History

A Future with a History image

Published: September 17, 2018

The 2018 Homecoming Weekend celebrates the 70th anniversary of the school with alumni of Ohio Christian University (Mount of Praise Bible College 1948-1954, Circleville Bible College 1954-2006). Our “A Future with a History” theme highlights the importance of recognizing who we are and acknowledging from where we come. The gathering, supported by the Alumni Association and Student Government Association, builds on our evolving traditions.  Highlights include: Follow runners, leading the Torch Run and Parade, carrying a trailblazing torch that represents the Light that God through
The 2018 Homecoming Weekend celebrates the 70th anniversary of the school with alumni of Ohio Christian University (Mount of Praise Bible College 1948-1954, Circleville Bible College 1954-2006). Our “A Future with a History” theme highlights the importance of recognizing who we are and acknowledging from where we come. The gathering, supported by the Alumni Association and Student Government
The 2018 Homecoming Weekend celebrates the 70th anniversary of the school with alumni of Ohio Christian University (Mount of Praise Bible College 1948-1954, Circleville Bible College 1954-2006).
Awaken Ministries Headlines Fall Revival image

Awaken Ministries Headlines Fall Revival

Awaken Ministries Headlines Fall Revival image

Published: September 12, 2018

Garrett Howell, founder of Awaken Ministries, opened OCU's Fall Revival with a message highlighting how to escape ‘strongholds’ that weigh down people from satisfying their hunger to live Christ-centered lives.  He likened these ‘strongholds’ to buckets filled with bricks that people carry with them that contain their worldly, sometimes demonic, habits and obsessions, such as with pornography or comparative envy to others. These ‘strongholds’ may become so heavy they weigh down individuals and keep them from moving forward to fulfill the potential of their callings.  In the days
Garrett Howell, founder of Awaken Ministries, opened OCU's Fall Revival with a message highlighting how to escape ‘strongholds’ that weigh down people from satisfying their hunger to live Christ-centered lives.  He likened these ‘strongholds’ to buckets filled with bricks that people carry with them that contain their worldly, sometimes demonic, habits and obsessions, such as with
Garrett Howell, founder of Awaken Ministries, opened OCU's Fall Revival with a message highlighting how to escape ‘strongholds’ that weigh down people from satisfying their hunger to live Christ-
Eric Metaxas Speaks at OCU Leadership Forum

2018 Leadership Forum Offers Keen Insights

Eric Metaxas Speaks at OCU Leadership Forum

Published: May 8, 2018

President Jon S. Kulaga opened the University's annual Leadership Forum by welcoming the many attendees in the new Ministry and Performing Arts Center.  Underscoring the importance of character in leaders, Kulaga noted that the University strives to inculcate three habits in students through its Christ-centered higher education: 1) spiritual growth through practicing inner devotion, or holiness, 2) intellectual development through academic learning, and 3) keeping faith alive through community service—habits of the heart, head, and hands.  Then he introduced this year's three keynote
President Jon S. Kulaga opened the University's annual Leadership Forum by welcoming the many attendees in the new Ministry and Performing Arts Center.  Underscoring the importance of character in leaders, Kulaga noted that the University strives to inculcate three habits in students through its Christ-centered higher education: 1) spiritual growth through practicing inner devotion, or
President Jon S. Kulaga opened the University's annual Leadership Forum by welcoming the many attendees in the new Ministry and Performing Arts Center.  Underscoring the importance of character in
2018 Scholarship Awardees Focus on Virtue, Faith, and Freedom image

2018 Scholarship Awardees Focus on Virtue, Faith, and Freedom

2018 Scholarship Awardees Focus on Virtue, Faith, and Freedom image

Published: April 17, 2018

On Thursday, April 12, sixty-nine students attended Ohio Christian University’s annual Scholarship Banquet.  Vice President for Advancement Bill Pugh hosted the event.  President Jon S. Kulaga presented scholarship awards. Scholarship recipients Kiirsten Truex, Samuel Church, and Samantha Roberts gave testimonials.  President Kulaga made remarks, posed for pictures with the scholarship recipients, and closed the ceremony. Kiirsten expressed her intention to continue into ministry.  Samuel noted the importance of Romans 12:1:  Therefore, I urge you, brothers and sisters, in view of
On Thursday, April 12, sixty-nine students attended Ohio Christian University’s annual Scholarship Banquet.  Vice President for Advancement Bill Pugh hosted the event.  President Jon S. Kulaga presented scholarship awards. Scholarship recipients Kiirsten Truex, Samuel Church, and Samantha Roberts gave testimonials.  President Kulaga made remarks, posed for pictures with the scholarship
On Thursday, April 12, sixty-nine students attended Ohio Christian University’s annual Scholarship Banquet.  Vice President for Advancement Bill Pugh hosted the event.  President Jon S. Kulaga