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‘Together Again’
Nov18

‘Together Again’

The theme “Together” was appropriate for the 2014 Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma (BGCO) Annual Meeting as 674 messengers met at Oklahoma City, Quail Springs Nov. 10-11. Through the many reports presented, sermons preached and business matters considered through the voting process, Oklahoma Baptists partnered together in demonstrating the importance of sharing the Gospel to the world today. Among the many highlights...

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Pastors experience ‘A Day of Encouragement’
Nov18

Pastors experience ‘A Day of Encouragement’

Gathering Nov. 10 prior to the 108th Annual Meeting of the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma, at Oklahoma City, Quail Springs, state pastors were called on to encourage one another at the State Pastors Conference. Focusing on the conference theme verse of Heb. 3:13a, “But encourage each other daily, while it is still called today,” speakers included Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) President Ronnie Floyd, senior...

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Connecting to Christ: ReConnect initiative helping churches make disciples
Nov10

Connecting to Christ: ReConnect initiative helping churches make disciples

Churches today have so many choices available to them. But Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma (BGCO) Sunday School/Adult Discipleship Specialist Bob Mayfield believes the foundational strategy of the local church is still connecting people to Jesus, His Truth, His community, and His mission through a small group strategy. “The church’s mission given by Jesus Christ is to make disciples. Until Christ returns, the Great...

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Messenger Insight 203 – Annual Meeting
Nov06

Messenger Insight 203 – Annual Meeting

Annual Meeting, Pastors Conference, Missions Celebration The 108th annual meeting of the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma (BGCO) will be held Nov. 10-11 at Quail Springs Baptist Church. Hear about the meeting and events connected to it. Podcast: Subscribe in iTunes | Play in new...

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‘23 Blast’ portrays life of Southern Seminary alumnus
Nov03

‘23 Blast’ portrays life of Southern Seminary alumnus

LOUISVILLE, Ky.—When Travis Freeman lost his eyesight in high school, his chances of playing football were destroyed. But his battle with adversity and illness birthed a ministry and the focus of a new movie. The film, “23 Blast,” based on Freeman’s journey after contracting bacterial meningitis, was released Oct. 24 in 600 theaters across the country. “The movie isn’t the Travis Freeman story,” Freeman, a...

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