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Oklahoma Baptists Surpass 10,000 Meals Prepared for Disaster Relief; Continue to Clear Debris
May12

Oklahoma Baptists Surpass 10,000 Meals Prepared for Disaster Relief; Continue to Clear Debris

Disaster Relief volunteers with the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma (BGCO) continue to serve storm victims in Oklahoma. According to Dave Karr, an official with the BGCO disaster relief, as of Tuesday, May 12, more than 10,000 meals have been prepared by Oklahoma Baptist disaster relief workers in the wake of the May 6 storms.  On Monday alone, they prepared 2,350 meals and also completed six chain saw debris clean up jobs, as...

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Messenger Insight 214 – Religious Liberty at Risk?
May12

Messenger Insight 214 – Religious Liberty at Risk?

Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt talks about the state of religious liberty in America. Podcast: Subscribe in iTunes | Play in new window | Download...

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Year later, ‘Where Was God?’ still making impact
May12

Year later, ‘Where Was God?’ still making impact

It has been one year since the premiere of the documentary “Where Was God?” at the Moore Warren Theatre May 16, 2014. The award-winning film, which featured the Baptist General of Oklahoma’s disaster relief director Sam Porter, continues to make an impact. The documentary that follows the lives of several families and individuals who were impacted by the May 20, 2013 tornado that struck the Plaza Towers Elementary School in Moore, has...

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Oklahoma Baptists prepared 6,950 meals to storm victims
May11

Oklahoma Baptists prepared 6,950 meals to storm victims

OKLAHOMA CITY—Oklahoma Baptist disaster relief officials are continuing to receive requests for assistance related to the May 6 tornadoes in Central Oklahoma. According to Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma (BGCO) disaster relief official Dave Karr, Oklahoma volunteers also had prepared 6,950 hot meals served to those affected by the storms as of May 10. Also as of May 10, volunteers had completed 22 chain saw jobs (removing...

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Oklahoma Baptists Disaster Relief responding to storm damage in Bridge Creek, other areas
May07

Oklahoma Baptists Disaster Relief responding to storm damage in Bridge Creek, other areas

BRIDGE CREEK –As the May 6 storms devastated large parts of Central Oklahoma, volunteers with the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma (BGCO) disaster relief teams immediately responded to needs. According to BGCO disaster relief director, Sam Porter, the BGCO trained relief volunteers are serving among some of the hardest-hit areas, including Bridge Creek, which is in close proximity to where the BGCO’s Mobile Command Center is...

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