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Ouachita Baptist University recently featured me in its “Ouachita Grads Make a Difference” series. In it, they spotlight my work since graduating in 2007.


Ouachita Baptist University recently featured me in its “Ouachita Grads Make a Difference” series. The articles discusses my legal practice and my military service. You can access the article by clicking here.

My Time At Ouachita

I attended Ouachita Baptist University from August 2003 until May 2007, majoring in Christian Studies with a double emphasis in Biblical Studies and Christian Theology and a double minor in Greek and Hebrew. I loved my time at there.

Since graduating in 2007, I have sought to maintain contact with the OBU however I can. I currently serve on the Pruet School of Christian Studies Advisory Board and the Ouachita Alumni Advisory Board, and I sponsor a scholarship that bears my name.

Ouachita made a tremendous difference in my life. There I formed lifelong friendships with both classmates and professors, and I am thankful to have had the opportunity to attend such a tremendous school. There I learned how to go deeper in my faith, and what genuine faith looked like. The four years I spent there have set the course for the rest of my life.

I am always anxious to talk about OBU with potential students, their parents, or anyone interested in the subject. Please feel free to contact me at any time.

About OBU

OBU is a liberal arts university located in Arkadelphia, Arkansas. It is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools and is currently led by its 15th President, Dr. Rex Horne. Its current enrollment stands at 1,532 with a student to faculty ratio of approximately 13:1.

Notable alumni include former Arkansas governor and presidential candidate Mike Huckabee and notable legal scholar and former dean of Northwestern University School of Law Leon Green. For more information, please visit www.obu.edu.

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