Tuesday , September 26, 2017

Where are the uttermost bounds?

Where are the uttermost bounds?

“...to the uttermost bounds of the Earth.” That phrase has been echoed in chapel service after chapel service, empowering those who seek to do missionary work as a profession or e ...

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“Christianity often slow to see the light”

“Christianity often slow to see the light”

On his way to the airport in Iraq, the cab pulled over for a pit-stop. The driver pulled out bags of white powder from underneath his seat while getting out of the car. It was the ...

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Choosing Jesus over missions

Choosing Jesus over missions

This summer, many students are spending the beginning of their summers spreading the love of Christ through ORU missions. The teams formed in the fall have spent the last couple o ...

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Spring outreach, all-school party share Saturday

Spring outreach, all-school party share Saturday

The missions department is holding the annual Spring Outreach event, and the Student Association is throwing its annual SA All-School Party on the same Saturday, April 9. Spring O ...

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Students hold concert to raise mission funds

Students hold concert to raise mission funds

ORU students get wildly creative to raise funds for mission trips to different parts of the world, but very few perform free concerts and give away the EP to their albums to a mak ...

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Being cook in Navy changes veteran’s worldview

Being cook in Navy changes veteran’s worldview

ORU students come from all over the world, but John Converse, a 37-year-old senior, has seen more countries than most. The theological historical major has been to the Philippines ...

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A call for reversed missions

A call for reversed missions

Christians desire for the world to know Jesus. Many of our hearts burn for souls around the globe. We beg to go out into “all the world and preach the gospel” (Mark 16:15). Christ ...

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Missions to launch new ‘Healing Teams’

Missions to launch new ‘Healing Teams’

The stories are touching. Students profess miracles of healing, the impact of clean water to an impoverished nation or the simple message of hope to a man in a coffee shop. Missio ...

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Senior nursing tradition in Mexico is reinstated

Senior nursing tradition in Mexico is reinstated

Seven senior nursing students started off their semester by serving in Mexico, a nursing tradition that was put on hold for four years. Due to safety concerns, ORU cancelled the a ...

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Faith and fundraising

Faith and fundraising

Nearly five years ago, ORU alumnus Stephen Guzman signed up for his first mission trip with the ORU Missions and Outreach Department. Guzman experienced an undulating journey as h ...

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