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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 trek from hard-boiled atheist to “the most reluctant convert in all England.”

“There is perhaps no Christian writer who is more quoted, and who has had a larger influence on culture, than C. S. Lewis. Several of his books are on most any “Top 100 Christian Books” ever written lists. From The Chronicles of Narnia to The Screwtape Letters, to The Great Divorce to Mere Christianity – Lewis’ love of language, his understanding of the human condition, and his awareness of the difference that Christ can make in the life of a single believer continues to transcend race, gender, culture and time. To have “The Most Reluctant Convert” on our campus is a rare privilege – and it’s the ONE show this year, you do not want to miss.” Dr. Jon Kulaga, President, Ohio Christian University.

To find out more about this event visit: www.ohiochristian.edu/event/most-reluctant-convert 

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Orientation staff

Incoming Campus Students Attend Summer Orientation

Orientation staff

Published: July 13, 2020

On July 10th, Ohio Christian University welcomed 62 incoming students to campus for the first Orientation Day of the summer. Orientation Days are for incoming students to the Undergraduate Campus Program to register for classes and prepare for their first semester on campus. OCU had several COVID-19 procedures in place including taking temperatures, requiring masks, social distancing guidelines, and hand sanitizing stations to help ensure the safety of everyone on campus. OCU President Dr. Jon S. Kulaga welcomed the students and encouraged them to be part of God’s story. Students and
On July 10th, Ohio Christian University welcomed 62 incoming students to campus for the first Orientation Day of the summer. Orientation Days are for incoming students to the Undergraduate Campus Program to register for classes and prepare for their first semester on campus. OCU had several COVID-19 procedures in place including taking temperatures, requiring masks, social distancing
On July 10th, Ohio Christian University welcomed 62 incoming students to campus for the first Orientation Day of the summer. Orientation Days are for incoming students to the Undergraduate Campus

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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
Student Amber Ginter

Student Profile: Amber Ginter on “What No One Tells You About Coming to OCU”

Student Amber Ginter

Published: August 27, 2019

As a senior, I often hear excited, uncertain freshmen asking: "Excuse me, do you know where Room CE201 is?”, "Have you ever had Professor X?", "Is she as intimidating as everyone says?", "How do I know what to major in?", "Why doesn't this guy who seems perfect for me text me back?" My answers, respectively, are:  “Yes, yes, and yes. But, she's awesome. Don't worry. You will figure it out. I am not one to give ‘guy advice’, but maybe God is telling you he isn't ‘the one’?” Such questions go on and on. One thing remains: No matter what your class at the start of a new school year,
As a senior, I often hear excited, uncertain freshmen asking: "Excuse me, do you know where Room CE201 is?”, "Have you ever had Professor X?", "Is she as intimidating as everyone says?", "How do I know what to major in?", "Why doesn't this guy who seems perfect for me text me back?" My answers, respectively, are:  “Yes, yes, and yes. But, she's awesome. Don't worry. You will figure it out. I
As a senior, I often hear excited, uncertain freshmen asking: "Excuse me, do you know where Room CE201 is?”, "Have you ever had Professor X?", "Is she as intimidating as everyone says?", "How do I
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OCU Now Offering English and History majors

OCU Now Offering English and History majors image

Published: October 14, 2016

Ohio Christian University students can now major or minor in English or History. The programs were created because OCU is awaiting approval to offer a Bachelor of Science in Education in Adolescence to Young Adult Education (high school teacher education program) with majors in integrated language arts, math, science, and social studies. The courses were already created and the decision was made to offer these as stand-alone degrees. The degrees are available to students in the Adult and Graduate Studies Program or Residential Undergraduate Program.   About the English Program OCU's
Ohio Christian University students can now major or minor in English or History. The programs were created because OCU is awaiting approval to offer a Bachelor of Science in Education in Adolescence to Young Adult Education (high school teacher education program) with majors in integrated language arts, math, science, and social studies. The courses were already created and the decision was
Ohio Christian University students can now major or minor in English or History. The programs were created because OCU is awaiting approval to offer a Bachelor of Science in Education in
OCU's Ablaze

OCU's Ablaze and Tenth Avenue North Rock Ross County Fair

OCU's Ablaze

Published: August 12, 2016

CHILLICOTHE - The fair board took a gamble that appeared to pay off. Thursday night's concert at the Ross County Fair was something the fair board had never tried before. With the help of Ohio Christian University, it brought two contemporary Christian bands, OCU's Ablaze and headliner Tenth Avenue North, to the grandstand. The grandstand was packed with more than 500 people of all ages cheering, clapping and even at times dancing along to the music. The high-energy lead singer of Tenth Avenue North ran up and down into the crowds, jumping and dancing along with them. The longer the
CHILLICOTHE - The fair board took a gamble that appeared to pay off. Thursday night's concert at the Ross County Fair was something the fair board had never tried before. With the help of Ohio Christian University, it brought two contemporary Christian bands, OCU's Ablaze and headliner Tenth Avenue North, to the grandstand. The grandstand was packed with more than 500 people of all ages
CHILLICOTHE - The fair board took a gamble that appeared to pay off. Thursday night's concert at the Ross County Fair was something the fair board had never tried before. With the help of Ohio
OCU's Ablaze to open for Tenth Avenue North on August 11th image

OCU's Ablaze to open for Tenth Avenue North on August 11th

OCU's Ablaze to open for Tenth Avenue North on August 11th image

Published: August 4, 2016

On August 11th, Ohio Christian University's traveling music ministry group Ablaze will open for Tenth Avenue North at the Ross County Fair in Chillicothe, Ohio.The student group travels the region bringing its distinctive sound to churches, schools, youth events and more. Their masterful vocals and instrumental arrangements blend the foundations of contemporary worship with genuine, timeless lyrics as they spread the gospel of Jesus Christ. "We get to travel to lots of different places and meet a lot of people," said Caitlyn McCrary, an Ablaze member and OCU Junior. "There have been
On August 11th, Ohio Christian University's traveling music ministry group Ablaze will open for Tenth Avenue North at the Ross County Fair in Chillicothe, Ohio.The student group travels the region bringing its distinctive sound to churches, schools, youth events and more. Their masterful vocals and instrumental arrangements blend the foundations of contemporary worship with genuine, timeless
On August 11th, Ohio Christian University's traveling music ministry group Ablaze will open for Tenth Avenue North at the Ross County Fair in Chillicothe, Ohio.The student group travels the region