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El Mensajero Bautista – Primavera 2015
Apr07

El Mensajero Bautista – Primavera 2015

Since 1912, the Baptist Messenger has been informing and inspiring Oklahoma Baptists and other Christians throughout the state. As an added publication, the Baptist Messenger is pleased to introduce El Mensajero Bautista. This new printed quarterly newsjournal is also available here online, to inform and inspire you. Featuring known Hispanic leaders in Oklahoma, this publication will offer viewpoints, columns and news that matters...

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Messenger Insight 212 – War Room
Apr06

Messenger Insight 212 – War Room

Christian actor and movie maker Alex Kendrick (“Fireproof”, “Courageous”) talks about the upcoming movie, War Room. Podcast: Subscribe in iTunes | Play in new window | Download...

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OBU introduces Quinn Wooldridge as Bison’s 19th men’s basketball head coach
Mar31

OBU introduces Quinn Wooldridge as Bison’s 19th men’s basketball head coach

SHAWNEE—A 1999 OBU graduate and 2012 OBU Hall of Fame inductee, Wooldridge played all four years as a Bison, finishing his career as the all-time leader in games played and third all-time in career scoring with 1,886 points. He also owns OBU’s season and career records for made and attempted three-pointers. “I was here as a player under Coach Hoffman and came back and worked under Coach Tolin. Right now I feel like I’m walking in the...

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Baptists Continue Disaster Response in Tulsa, other areas
Mar27

Baptists Continue Disaster Response in Tulsa, other areas

TULSA–Clean-up and feeding efforts by Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma (BGCO) disaster relief volunteers in the Oklahoma City and Tulsa metro area were expected to continue only through the weekend of March 28-29, according to BGCO disaster relief director Sam Porter, who toured the most severely impacted areas of Tulsa, Sapulpa and Sand Springs on Fri., March 27. “We have had three assessor teams at work in the...

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Okla. Baptist DR helps tornado victims
Mar27

Okla. Baptist DR helps tornado victims

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. (BP) — Oklahoma Baptist Disaster Relief volunteers began preparing meals, clearing debris and repairing damaged homes today (March 27) after tornadoes swept across central and northeastern Oklahoma just two days earlier, killing at least one person. At least 75 homes were destroyed and several hundred were damaged in the Oklahoma City metro area, Oklahoma disaster relief director Sam Porter told Baptist...

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