World Mission Workshop at OVU
Missions are important at Ohio Valley University. Each fall the University takes approximately 50 students to the World Mission Workshop. Over the past decade, students and faculty have taken mission trips to many areas of the world, including Honduras, Guyana, Australia, Ukraine, Japan, Ghana, Romania, Myanmar, England, India, Papau New Guinea, Brazil, and the Navajo Indian Reservation. In addition, several programs in missions are offered, including a Bible degree with Missions specialization, a Vocational Missions second major, a missions minor, and a missions certificate.
World Mission Workshop trips from OVC/OVU:
World Mission Workshop Themes by Year and School
- 1996, Harding University, 13 students and 2 sponsors.
- 1999, Oklahoma Christian University, 18 students and 1 sponsor.
- 2000, Western Christian University, 11 students and 1 sponsor.
- 2001, Freed-Hardiman University, 22 students and 2 sponsors.
- 2002, Abilene Christian University, 28 students and 2 sponsors. Pictures
- 2003, David Lipscomb University, 50 students and 5 sponsors. Pictures
- 2004, York College, 55 students and 1 sponsor. Pictures
- 2005, Harding University, 64 students and 3 sponsors. Pictures
- 2006, Lubbock Christian University, 48 students and 2 sponsors. Pictures
- 2007, Oklahoma Christian University, 56 students and 3 sponsors Pictures
- 2008, Faulkner University, 52 students & family and 3 sponsors Pictures
- 2009, Freed-Hardiman University, 44 students, 4 alumni & family, and 5 sponsors Pictures
- 2010, Harding University's Camp Takhodah, 26 students and 4 sponsors. Pictures
- 2012, Harding University's Camp Takhodah, 26 students and 4 sponsors. Pictures