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Oklahoma City bombing survivor shares testimony of forgiveness, 23 years later
Apr19

Oklahoma City bombing survivor shares testimony of forgiveness, 23 years later

Arlene Blanchard woke up on a beautiful spring day on April 19, 1995, just nine days away from being out of the military and beginning her civilian life. She was making plans to attend college and begin a new career. Blanchard had recently moved to Oklahoma from Alaska, where she was previously stationed with the Army. “I knew absolutely nothing about Oklahoma, I just thought cowboys and Indians,” Blanchard joked. She got married and...

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Dilbeck to speak in hometown at ‘Revival on the Prairie’ hosted by Pawhuska, Calvary May 6-9
Apr12

Dilbeck to speak in hometown at ‘Revival on the Prairie’ hosted by Pawhuska, Calvary May 6-9

The heart and soul of the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma (BGCO) includes smaller-in-attendance churches. Of the approximately 1,800 churches, the majority have an attendance of 125 people or less. At one of those smaller-in-attendance churches in the hometown of Hance Dilbeck, BGCO executive director-treasurer, a revival is coming. Pawhuska, Calvary, where Caleb Dunn is pastor, will host Dilbeck for the “Revival on the...

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Walking the Walk: Oklahoma Baptists serve families, communities amid teacher walkout
Apr05

Walking the Walk: Oklahoma Baptists serve families, communities amid teacher walkout

Oklahoma Baptists were there for displaced students amidst the teacher walkout that made headlines and history beginning April 2 at the Oklahoma State Capitol. As it became clear that schools across the state would close, questions surfaced as to where meals would come for children who depend on school breakfast or lunches. Another question that arose was what would working parents do for childcare on such short notice? To answer...

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State-wide BCM students serve others over Spring Break
Apr05

State-wide BCM students serve others over Spring Break

Spring break is a time often met with excitement to get away from everyday tasks and spend the week at home, relaxing on a beach, cruising down the slopes with family or friends, or even working overtime to make extra money. These are the Spring Break trips most often discussed. However, another group of Spring Breakers who might fly under the radar is the group that serves. This is the group with which many Baptist Collegiate...

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Missionary family returns from 13 years on the mission field with miraculous testimony
Apr02

Missionary family returns from 13 years on the mission field with miraculous testimony

Since the year they exchanged their vows, Shadrach and his wife hit the ground running when it comes to their life as missionaries in Africa. Just a year after they married they had their first child, and in their second year of marriage, they moved their family to Africa. Shadrach said that he and his wife told themselves that they could do anything for just two years, the required time needed for the position  about which they were...

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