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OU research physicist finds the Creator revealed in physics
Mar01

OU research physicist finds the Creator revealed in physics

NORMAN – A University of Oklahoma-based researcher said he sees the power and divine nature of God revealed in his research. Michael Strauss, a researcher in experimental particle physics, has written a book to tell about his findings. Strauss is a physics professor at the University of Oklahoma Homer L Dodge Department of Physics and Astronomy. “My research is in Experimental Particle Physics,” he said. “I am currently studying...

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Film shot in Oklahoma portrays redemption for people on both sides of the fence on abortion
Feb15

Film shot in Oklahoma portrays redemption for people on both sides of the fence on abortion

An anti-abortion film that takes a critical look at Planned Parenthood will be in theaters March 29. The film called Unplanned which was shot in Stillwater, tells the story of Abby Johnson, who was a clinic director at Planned Parenthood. During her tenure with Planned Parenthood, Johnson helped facilitate 22,000 abortions before quitting the organization in 2009 after viewing an ultrasound during a performed abortion. The film...

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Resources Help Baptists Continue to Seek Racial Reconciliation
Feb01

Resources Help Baptists Continue to Seek Racial Reconciliation

Southern Baptist congregations across the United States are encouraged to participate in Racial Relations Sunday on February 10. The emphasis is designed to keep the racial reconciliation conversation alive in the denomination which has been working to overcome its connection with racial divisions in the past. Two video resources are available to help church leaders facilitate the conversation in their churches. Ethics and Religious...

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Owasso, First focuses on making workplace a mission field
Jan26

Owasso, First focuses on making workplace a mission field

Owasso—Mission Trips are sometimes referred to as the “discipleship microwave” by ministry leaders because the people who go on mission trips often experience life-changing spiritual growth. But a new ministry sponsored in part by Owasso, First hopes to help Christians experience mission trip life transformation close to home—or rather, the office. Owasso, First is partnering with an innovative marketplace initiative led by one of...

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A new ‘Day’ for Capitol Ministries
Dec31

A new ‘Day’ for Capitol Ministries

  A Bible study and ministry to legislators at the Oklahoma State Capitol which has been led for the last six years by Doug Melton, pastor of Oklahoma City, Southern Hills, will make a transition in February 2019 to the leadership of Cheyne Day, son of the late Alan Day, former pastor of Edmond, First. In 2012 Capitol Ministries, a national ministry founded by Ralph Drollenger with the mission of making disciples of Jesus Christ...

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The Baptist Messenger and its beloved writer, Walker Moore, are joining forces to produce a readers' cookbook.
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