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Women’s day, spring revival and libraries: this week’s briefing

ORU’s Spring Revival

Spring Revival is coming to ORU March 30 and 31. Services will be held during chapel and at 7 p.m. on Wednesday and 7 p.m. on Thursday. Claudio Freidzon, senior pastor of Buenos Aires’ King of Kings Church, will be speaking during the services. Freidzon was a guest speaker at the Empowered 21 Global Congress in Jerusalem in 2015.

Spring Revival is a time where the campus will focus on spiritual refreshment and renewal. Classes will take place during revival, but student attendance at all services is strongly encouraged.

Lynda.com at Tulsa Library

Lynda.com is now available for free through the Tulsa City-County Library. Lynda.com gives free online training to improve business, software, technology and creative skills. There are thousands of courses taught by experts in their industries. The courses are added weekly allowing participants the most updated instruction. Once completed, Lynda.com uploads participant’s certificates straight to their LinkedIn profiles.

People wanting access must purchase a Tulsa library card for $1 at any of the Tulsa City-County Libraries.

International Women’s Day 

The International Center is hosting an International Women’s Day celebration at 4:30 p.m. on March 9. This is a time of networking and fellowship for all women at ORU.

International Women’s Day celebrates the achievements of women in social, economical, cultural and political spheres. This global celebration started in the early 1900s but in 1913 was moved annually to March 8.

This is the International Center’s first participation in the celebration of women’s achievements throughout the world.

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