By Sterling Ellsworth. Sterling is an alumni of Oklahoma State University and he still maintains connections with leaders at the Wesley Foundation when he comes back to the states. Sterling lives with his wife in France where he is studying Geography and Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Perpignan; they hope to serve … Continue reading What If…?
By Kira Cox Throughout college, we are told to have a goal, and to work hard to achieve it. If we do that, we will be considered successful. But how do we define success? Many people define it as having a high paying job, a big house, and a good car; others define it as being … Continue reading Fruitful
When I think of table, an image that comes to mind is from childhood. With four brothers and two sisters, our table was always full. It had10 chairs around it so at meal times there was usually one empty seat, but not always. Often one of us would bring a friend home so the chair … Continue reading The Table
The past three years have been a very interesting time for me. Many times I have felt like I have no power to help those that truly need it. Every day we turn on the television or pick up a newspaper and we hear or see about all the terrible things that are going on … Continue reading New Tomorrow