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Fielden and his wife Janet have been serving God in Africa for over 40 years. They got their start in Uganda and over the years they have been called to other nations including Kenya, Tanzania, and now Swaziland. In Swaziland they counsel marriages and teach theology and counseling. They continue their travels by road each year for 12 weeks, teaching marriage and family across the nations of Africa. Along the way these Arkansas natives have also authored 3 books.
Eric Brandell and his wife, Shawnda, have lived in the Pacific island nation of Vanuatu since 2005. Their children, Titus (6) and Alexis (5), have been raised there. They spent the first five years working in and around the capital city of Port Vila, and have been living in a village on one of Vanuatu's outer islands for the past three years. They have recently made a commitment to live and work in Vanuatu through 2025.
Josh and his wife Kim, along with their four children Carli, Caleb, Cotter and Carson, made Vienna, Austria their home from July 2007 to July 2013. During this time, they had the privilege of serving alongside Jake and Amanda Haskew and HIM workers Will and Holly Kooi, who are still working in Vienna and two other families the Lockwods and Rushers as well as a number of Austrian Christians to share the story of Christ with the people of Vienna. God richly blessed their time in Vienna and has recently brought them back to the States where Josh has the opportunity to work with his father in Woodward, OK.
Josh received bachelor degrees in Computer Information Systems and Vocational Ministry from OC and took graduate Bible courses before moving to Vienna.
Holton and his wife, Becky, plant communities of faith in Chicago’s north side neighborhoods. Before moving to Chicago in 2009, Holton taught in the Bible Department at York College and preached for local churches in Oklahoma, Connecticut, New Mexico, and Texas. He received his formal education from Oklahoma Christian, Eastern New Mexico University, Harding Graduate School of Religion, and the University of Denver/Iliff School of Theology.
Teaching Bible is Dr. Rix's his passion. He utilizes his diverse background in ministry, philosophy, academia and international business to explore the many ways in which the scriptures illuminate spiritual truth and make meaning in the lives of his students. Rix researches ways in which the scripture speaks to the issue of human suffering. He is a member of the Society of Biblical Literature, and frequent conference presenter.
Rosser and his wife were vocational missionaries in Mito, Japan from Summer 2000 to Fall 2006. He taught English in Mito and began working as a full-time missionary for the local congregation in 2003. This OC grad now enjoys working in his dream job, teaching at Oklahoma Christian. He holds a Master of Divinity and Master of Library and Information Studies.