A Q&A with Pastor John Carney, MACU alum and Member of the Ministries Council.
Pastor John Carney is a 1982 graduate of Gulf Coast Bible College (GBC), one of the previous names of Mid-America Christian University, (MACU). He also earned a master’s in leadership from MACU in 2009. He’s married to GBC alumnae Kay (Gustin) Carney who is also a 1982 graduate of GBC. John is the senior pastor of First Church of God in Hutchinson, Kansas, where he has served since 1999, and is serving his second term with the Church of God Ministries Council.
MACU Student Named NAIA Defensive Player of the Week
OKLAHOMA CITY – One day after being named the Sooner Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week, Mid-America Christian University sophomore goalkeeper Tyler McIntosh was named NAIA National Defensive Player of the Week September 24th.
Spiritual Empasis Week
One of the Mid-America Christian University (MACU) fall term highlights is upon us again—Spiritual Emphasis Week 2013, September 23-27. Our speaker is Rev. Michael J. Thigpen, MACU Director of Learning Partnerships.
Church of God Ministries Council Visits OKC
The Ministries Council of the Church of God (Anderson, IN), visited Oklahoma City last week. The Council, which is one of the bodies providing leadership for the Church of God movement, met on the beautiful grounds of Crossings Community Church pastored by Rev. Marty Grubbs.
Write a Blessing on the Floor of Kennedy Hall
MACU Community—students, faculty, staff, and area alumni—mark your calendar for Thursday, September 26, 2013. You are invited to be part of a special event at our new classroom building, Kennedy Hall, from 2:30-3:30 p.m., when we will “Write a Blessing” (Bible verses, heartfelt hopes, and prayers) on the floors throughout the new building.