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Relief rally serves El Reno tornado victims
Jun21

Relief rally serves El Reno tornado victims

EL RENO—On Wednesday evening May 29, a rally was held to help the El Reno tornado victims. This was a joint effort among the churches of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Association and Feed the Multitudes ministry. Approximately 40 tribal members were displaced due to the tornado in El Reno. Many lived in the Skyview mobile home park. The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribe have provided temporarily lodging for the tribal members at a local hotel. In...

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Broken crayons still color
Jun19

Broken crayons still color

There was a quote on social media that caught my attention. The phrase, “Broken crayons still color” is a truth that I have embraced and shared on many occasions through my own testimony. We have heard and will continue to hear throughout our state convention, “Embracing brokenness as opportunity for the Gospel.” Each of us have had our fair share of brokenness in our lives where we have experienced deaths, discouragements and...

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