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Feb10

Baby Blooms

Abortion survivor shares testimony at 24th annual Rose Day event The 24th annual Rose Day Pro-Life Rally at the Oklahoma State Capitol drew 525 individuals and families who officially registered with an estimated hundreds more who attended but did not register. The many Sanctity of Life supporters participated in the Feb. 4 event by distributing roses to state representatives, senators, the Lt. Governor and the Governor. Following the...

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Lowrey: Kidnapping 40 years ago ‘a blessing’
Feb10

Lowrey: Kidnapping 40 years ago ‘a blessing’

The outside temperature in Oklahoma City on Feb. 12, 1975 was in the low 20s. Don Lowrey, 24-year-old electrical apprentice, was sitting in his car waiting to go to work just before 8 a.m. when a man tapped on his window, asking for help with a flat tire. A short time later, he had been kidnapped by three men, driven to a wooded lot, and a man with a double-barreled shotgun put it to the back of his head and pulled the trigger. By the...

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24th Annual ‘Rose Day’ Pro-Life Rally Unites Faith Community
Feb04

24th Annual ‘Rose Day’ Pro-Life Rally Unites Faith Community

Abortion survivor shares story to capacity event, which is attended by Democrats and Republicans in the legislature OKLAHOMA CITY–The 24th annual Rose Day Pro-Life Rally at the Oklahoma State Capitol on Feb. 4 was well attended, as hundreds of Sanctity of Life supporters participated by distributing roses to state representatives, senators, the Lt. Governor and the Governor. Following the morning’s dedicated time for citizens to...

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Prayer & Share
Feb03

Prayer & Share

2015 State Evangelism Conference highlights urgency to pray & share the Gospel Monday’s Session – January 26 DEL CITY—Franklin Graham, president and CEO of Samaritan’s Purse, an international Christian relief organization, and president and CEO of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Organization, spoke before 3,500 people as he closed out the first day of the 2015 State Evangelism Conference Jan. 26 at Del City, First...

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Holding Strong!: How Southern Baptists became pro-life
Jan27

Holding Strong!: How Southern Baptists became pro-life

NASHVILLE (BP)—In 1979, Larry Lewis picked up a copy of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and saw a full-page ad listing the Southern Baptist Convention among denominations that affirmed the right to abortion. “Right there beside the Unitarians and universalists was the Southern Baptist Convention,” Lewis, a St. Louis pastor who went on to become president of the Home Mission Board (now the North American Mission Board), told Baptist Press....

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From heart attack to home in 3 days
Jan27

From heart attack to home in 3 days

Don Hunter, pastor of Oklahoma City, Grand Boulevard, was only five minutes into his sermon Sunday evening, Jan. 4, when he noticed member Tisha Honeycutt frantically waving to him through the church’s Fellowship Hall window. Startled, Hunter said he didn’t know what to do other than to put the service on hold and race down the aisle to the Fellowship Hall, which is attached to the rear of the church’s worship center. When he walked...

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