Magnificently marbled Ribeye steak, bursting with fresh, grilled flavor
The ultimate in tender, mouth-watering Beef Tenderloin, seasoned to perfection
All meals include fried shrimp, rolls with butter, New York style cheesecake with assorted toppings and two delicious sides: Garlic mashed potatoes or parmesan steak fries and a Caesar or tossed salad with either ranch, Italian or thousand island dressing.
Limited to the first 80. September 26th 4:30pm
Swipe + $15.99 Sign up today!
What’s Your Brand? – Building Your Personal Brand by Dr. Donnie Whitten.
First impressions really do matter. This is the point in your adult life to focus on developing your personal brand for who and
what you want to be going forward. Dr. Donnie Whitten, Superintendent of Arkadelphia Public Schools, will join us to speak on
the importance of developing your brand, as well as making good impressions not only the first time, but every time.
A club dedicated to free thought, critical thinking, and the tackling of real world issues and problems that college students might face.
Philosophy club will be an organization where students that want to hone their critical thinking ability can come to ask questions, get answers, and come to conclusions for themselves on a range of academic topics as they relate to philosophy.
Graduate & Professional School Fair
Wednesday, September 28 – 11am-1pm
Evans Student Center
Representatives from more than 20 + universities will be on campus to answer questions about their programs, provide information about their areas of study, and to introduce students to a few options they might be considering post-grad.
September 28th: Edith Hahn Beer with Susan Dworkin, The Nazi Officer’s Wife (Discussion will be led by Bethany Hicks)
Ouachita Baptist University will host the 2016 Pastors’ Conference on Thursday, Sept. 29, on the university’s Arkadelphia campus. Ouachita’s Pruet School of Christian Studies and the Arkansas Baptist State Convention collaborate to host the event.
Each year, LifeWay Christian Resources selects a book of the Bible to highlight for a Winter Bible Study that many churches conduct from January to March. The conference is an opportunity for pastors to gain notes and insights on that particular book in the early fall to be better prepared for their own teaching early the next year.
“Most pastors rarely get time away from their churches to refuel. Our conference offers one day away when pastors receive a current commentary for their library, notes from our professors’ sessions and discounts on Pruet faculty-authored books,” explained Dr. Danny Hays, dean of the Pruet School and one of this year’s conference leaders. “In addition, we hope the time to fellowship with other pastors and ministers is an encouragement to these who so faithfully serve our Arkansas churches.”
The topic for this year’s conference is “Malachi: Complacency Exposed.” Also helping lead the conference is Dr. Doug Nykolaishen, associate professor of Biblical studies.
The conference is a one-day event starting at 9 a.m. and concluding at 3:30 p.m. Registration can be completed online at www.obu.edu/pconf. The cost is $55 per person and includes the NIV Application Commentary on Joel, Obadiah & Malachi by David W. Baker, session notes for preaching and teaching, continental breakfast, lunch and refreshments, the opportunity to purchase PSCS faculty-authored books at discount prices and fellowship with others in ministry.
For more information, contact Tracey Knight at firstname.lastname@example.org or (870) 245-5599.