[US, 03/04/2022] It is designed to bring together the female students on campus to share with one another, support each other and hear from ladies of faith who have dealt with similar circumstances in their own lives. Attendees are encouraged to bring their coffee or favorite beverage.
Leigh Wilson is married to her husband, Will, who is the pastor of Goldsby Church in Goldsby, Oklahoma. They previously served for a decade at New Hope Baptist in Bethel. The two have been married for almost 20 years and have four children. Leigh is a teacher and leads the ladies ministry and school outreach at their church. She enjoys spending time with friends and family and laughing, but also digging deeper into life’s mysteries and God’s word. She loves worshiping and loves summer, including spending time around the pool and all of the fun and busyness that comes with ministry in the summertime.
This is the first Courage and Connection event of the spring 2022 semester. In the fall, guest speaker Julie Busler, Oklahoma’s president of Women’s Missionary Union, shared in October while LaShai Rhone, insurance agent for The Hartford Insurance Group and wife of Rev. Anthony Rhone of Galilee Baptist Church in Shawnee, shared in November.
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With its campus located in Shawnee, OBU offers nine bachelor’s degrees with 80 fields of study and four master’s degree programs. OBU has been rated as one of the top 10 regional colleges in the West by U.S. News and World Report for 30 consecutive years and Oklahoma’s highest rated regional college in the U.S. News rankings for 28 years. OBU is one of three universities in Oklahoma and the only private Oklahoma university listed on Great Value College’s rankings of 50 Great Affordable Colleges in the Midwest. The Wall Street Journal ranked OBU second in the nation for student engagement among all U.S. colleges and universities. Forbes.com consistently ranks OBU as a top university in Oklahoma and the Princeton Review has named OBU one of the best colleges and universities in the western United States for 17 consecutive years.