Oak Hills exists to train the next generation God is calling to serve vocationally–whether directly in ministry or otherwise. We are taking applications for the 2020 -’21 school year! Come for a campus visit this summer. We would love to help you discover your purpose.
How different our last week of classes have been due to the disruption in campus operations associated with COVID-19. As faculty & staff we are so disappointed. We all would have been busy preparing for the President’s Dinner on May 8 and Commencement and the Reception on May 9. The excitement for the weekend would […]
6/5/20 – Oak Hills Christian College plans to open campus for the Fall 2020 Semester We are committed to reopening campus this fall and providing face-to-face instruction for our students. We desire to carry out our mission of educating students to think and live biblically, preparing them to effectively serve Christ. For the present, this […]
Written By: Hannah Olson and published in the Bemidji Pioneer on May 8th 2020 BEMIDJI — Clara Pearson has a lot on her plate this week. She is graduating from Oak Hills Christian College, navigating a job search, planning a move, and getting married on Monday. Due to COVID-19, many of her plans have changed. She […]
Oak Hills Church Ministries team partners with the EFC Bemidji in annually co-hosting The Global Leadership Summit, but for 2020 will be only providing it in an online format instead of at the EFC’s facility. Registration info for their Aug. 6-7, 2020 conference is available here (https://globalleadership.org/global-leadership-summit). We urge you to make The GLS a […]
Bemidji’s “Ruby’s Pantry” (www.rubyspantry.org) grocery distribution ministry took place this last Wednesday (April 15) at the Sanford Center with new health safety protocols in place during our global pandemic. Like grocery stores, this ministry is considered “essential” by local authorities. Bemidji’s United Way (www.unitedwaybemidji.org/) provided 60 additional staff & students from BSU to replace the […]
Many schools and non-profit organizations have had to cancel fund-raising events normally scheduled in the spring months, and Oak Hills is no exception. Givemn.org has stepped in with a helpful solution: GiveAtHomeMN. During the whole week of May 1st – 8th, go to givemn.org and give to the non-profit organization of your choice while staying […]
Women’s Breakaway and Alumni Weekend 2020 have been canceled
Due to growing health concerns we have made the decision to cancel Rekindle 2020.
This Monday, the 20th of January, was a Winter Fun Day on campus. Pictured is a game of broomball next door to campus at Camp Oak Hills. This is a great time of fellowship for staff and students and includes an opportunity to hear about summer ministry positions at Camp Oak Hills in the summer. […]
Last Thursday, December 5th, we celebrated the first Christmas at the Oaks on campus. This event commemorates the advent of the birth of Christ and the conception of Oak Hills under a prominent oak tree overlooking Lake Marquette where six men gathered and prayed for God to provide the property for a camp in 1925. […]
Give to the Max MN has reached its conclusion and raised $27,155 for the Student Grant Fund. The Student Grant Fund houses important scholarships that relieve students financially from tuition becoming a monstrous burden and allows others to simply be here at all. The generosity stretches further than you can imagine and has more impact […]
Thursday, October 3rd, was Scholarship Chapel on Oak Hills campus. This year’s event brought together donor and scholarship recipient for both the receiving of the award and an after ceremony luncheon catered by Minnesota Nice Cafe. The gathering launched into a pleasant opportunity to connect and share a laugh or two. Six local businesses presented […]
On September 19th our students set up a station for packing shoe boxes for Operation Christmas Child. This ministry each year distributes thousands of these shoe boxes on Christmas day to children across the globe. The steps are easy: (1) find a shoe box, (2) pack it with gifts, (3) pray, (4) drop off the […]
Along the shores of Lake Bemidji on the crisp September morning of the 7th, Mokahum Ministries and Oak Hills Students, Faculty and Staff, all come together for the Run/Walk/Skate for Suicide Prevention 5k race with the larger Bemidji community. The event raises finances for Evergreen Youth & Family Services suicide prevention, which works to educate, […]
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Students in the Addiction Counseling Program at Oak Hills Christian Colleges had the opportunity to visit Clearwaters Life Center in Clearbrook, MN this past semester as part of their learning experience. The Clearwaters Life Center has a variety of programs, but the one that was of interest for addiction counseling students was Mustard Seed Homes. […]
Recently, the Intercultural Communications class participated in a cross-cultural journey to the Twin Cities. The purpose of the trip was to expose the students to the ethnic diversity that exists right here in Minnesota. Their trip began at the Mexican Mercado, where they interacted with merchants and sampled some Mexican snacks and drinks. Afterward, the […]
Our 2019 Women’s Breakaway retreat (June 12-15) is the longest running Oak Hills Fellowship gathering and featured speaker Rebecca Meidinger of Fargo, ND.
Mokahum Open House on Thursday, May 9th, 3-8pm. Beadwork, jewelry, and artwork by Mokahum students will be for sale. All proceeds will go towards the Student Scholarship Fund for Mokahum students.
Oak Hills is pleased to announce the hire of Leesa Drury of Park Rapids, MN as the Vice President of Institutional Advancement and Marketing. Leesa will be supporting the growth of the school’s local and regional profile, as well as working to increase prayer support and deepen our financial base. Leesa comes to Oak Hills […]
Oak Hills Christian College is hosting a blood drive through Memorial Blood Centers on April 4th. This is the sixth year that Oak Hills has brought the mobile blood drive to campus, and each year about 20 staff and students donate blood during the drive. At some point, we will all know a friend, neighbor, […]