In 1942, a little band of believers in the Ozarks saw a need for more workers to "go and make disciples of all nations" (Matthew 28:19). They started Ozark Christian College with one mission: training men and women for Christian service. Today, almost 80 years later, we still get students "ready to go."
The "Ready to Go" campaign is a three-year, $5.9 million campaign to help Ozark get students "ready to go" for years to come with the following three initiatives:
- Student Grants ($1.7 million)
- Graduate Program ($400,000)
- Dormitory Renovation ($3.8 million)
Read more about each initiative here. And, praise the Lord! Today as we launch the public phase of the campaign, we've already had $4.7 million committed toward our $5.9 million goal. We thank God for his faithfulness and provision in all things.
Now more than ever, the world needs the gospel...which means the church needs leaders. But the number of schools preparing Great Commission leaders is dwindling. Some have closed their doors, while others with broader missions aren't producing as many as we need. This makes the ministry of OCC all the more strategic. Would you partner with us in training kingdom workers?
You can be God's answer to the prayers of those believers back in 1942, as your partnership prepares more workers for the harvest field. Thank you for your help as we get students ready to go with the gospel of Jesus Christ!