UM Student Day set for Nov. 28

11/12/2010

"Get wisdom—it’s worth more than money; choose insight over income every time." (Proverbs 16:16, The Message Bible)

United Methodist Student Day will be observed Nov. 28. The Scripture above appears in resource material available through the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry (GBHEM).

Donations to this Special Sunday provide scholarships and loans to deserving UM students. Oklahomans are among those who receive these funds.

This collection supports goals in both the Oklahoma Conference Strategic Plan ("to recruit, equip, assess, and send spiritual leaders") and the Four Foci of the denomination ("developing principled Christian leaders for the church and the world").

Here are the names of Oklahomans who currently receive support through the GBHEM Office of Loans and Scholarships and their home churches:

Caitrin Sneed and Anne Walker, Boston Avenue, Tulsa; Joanna Gomez, Cache; Jackie Haub, Canton; Sy Stewart, Cordell; Hilary Jones, Crown Heights, OKC; Shannon Rodenberg, Drummond Salem; Brandon Griffin, Edmond First; Kelsey Jordan and Andrew Thompson, Faith, Tulsa; Sarah Mitchell, Bartlesville First; Micah Welcher, Elmore City; Devon Krause, Enid First; Alexandria Agee, Fort Gibson; Donald Harris, Pryor; Lisa Dellinger, Morris; Brittany Cagle, Gore; Taylor Woodley, McAlester First; Valeria Luster and Lisa Storm, Highland Park, Stillwater; Elyse Poland, Jones; Jane Um, Korean First, OKC; Jannifer Ahrens-Sims and Stephen Ziegler, McFarlin, Norman; Carla Smitherman, Quayle, OKC; Valarie Autry, St. Matthew, Midwest City; Jillian Robinson, St. Luke’s, OKC; Jeffrey Gibbens-Rickman, University, Tulsa; Blake Huggins, Village, OKC; Loreen and Sharon Chikanga, Warren Memorial, Ardmore; Tessa Stutzman, Weatherford; and Cheryl Newton, Wickline, Midwest City.

Learn more at http://www.UMCgiving.org.  Apply for loans and scholarships online at www.gbhem.org.


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