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Annual Meeting exhibits to debut Nov. 13-14

Messengers and attendees to the 111th Oklahoma Baptist Annual Meeting can look forward to an extensive list of vendors in the exhibit hall at Oklahoma City, Quail Springs, Nov. 13-14. The theme for Annual Meeting in 2017 is “Disciple!” with an emphasis on the passage Matt. 28:19-20.

Each year, the exhibit hall at Annual Meeting is an exciting place, full of information and resources from  Oklahoma Baptist and national organizations.

The tradition continues this year with booths from ministries including the International Mission Board, Southwestern Seminary, Guidestone Financial Resourece, Disaster Relief, Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma Conference Centers and more.

At the Baptist Messenger booth, attendees can find the current issue of the Baptist Messenger along with highlighters, a crowd favorite from years past, carabiner clips, Messenger cups and sweet treats galore.

Appearing with its own booth for the first time at Annual Meeting is a Falls Creek Baptist Conference Center favorite and SKOPOS product, the comic book series, “The Few.” This original comic series is designed to be a resource that churches and students can use as a creative way to have Gospel conversations with friends and family.

Another Falls Creek favorite that will make an appearance at Annual Meeting is the “100 Years of Falls Creek” anniversary book. Falls Creek celebrates 100 years in 2017. The commemorative book features photos, testimonies and more about the work God has done at Falls Creek over the past century. Books will be available for purchase at a new low price of $20 each.

Homecoming Service DVD recordings of the 100 Years of Falls Creek celebration that took place in September at Falls Creek with special guests like Bill Green, James Lankford and Todd Lamb will also be sold for $5.

The Ethics and Religious Liberties Committee will have a booth featuring resources for Sanctity of Human Life Sunday, Rose Day and other important events, as well as resources for engaging the culture with the Gospel.

Oklahoma Baptist University will have information about available courses to those who wish to further their education at a highly-esteemed, private university via online, satellite campus or on campus in Shawnee.

Hope Pregnancy centers, Oklahoma Baptist Homes for Children and Baptist Village Communities will be on the vendor floor at Annual Meeting, as well as Sooner Alcohol Narcotics Education, Loving Inspiring Nurturing Care and the State Missions Offering.

Visit www.annualmeeting.okbaptist.com for more information about Annual Meeting, a downloadable schedule, information on featured speakers and more.

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