Richard Mize column: Journalist-seminarian’s worlds collide at Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity

Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity helps seminary student meet his social service requirement.

BY RICHARD MIZE Published: February 9, 2013
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A few of you know that I have been living a double life! Journalist by day, seminarian by night and weekend.

As hard as it is to believe, I’m in my fourth year — of at least five — at Phillips Theological Seminary in Tulsa. Since fall 2009, I’ve carried nine hours per semester: one class once a week in Tulsa, one class online, and one class in a weeklong or other kind of concentrated course on campus. Summers off to recuperate.

I’m in the 82-hour...

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