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Frontiers of lostness in Oklahoma, Part 2 – The hard truth, and some hope
Feb08

Frontiers of lostness in Oklahoma, Part 2 – The hard truth, and some hope

Oklahoma Baptists have a tremendous heritage of faith, which has resulted in more than 1,700 churches and more than 150,000 in weekly Bible study attendance. In Part 1 of this series, we learned Oklahoma Baptists grew rapidly during Indian Territory days and the initial years of statehood. In the decade following the land rushes, hundreds of Baptist churches were planted, resulting in 451 churches by 1906, the year the Baptist General...

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Frontiers of lostness in Oklahoma
Feb01

Frontiers of lostness in Oklahoma

Editor’s Note: This is the first part of a two-part series about the westward movement of the church in America. The story of Baptist work in Oklahoma is as colorful and rich as any you will find. The first Baptist church founded on Oklahoma soil was led by a Creek Indian, John Davis, with two whites and three black slaves as the first members. From that small beginning on Sept. 9, 1832, the Muscogee Baptist Church, which held...

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