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New OKC abortion clinic sparks outreach, prayer effort
Oct17

New OKC abortion clinic sparks outreach, prayer effort

At the beginning of summer, Oklahoma had two abortion clinics, one in Tulsa and one in Norman. By the end of summer, a third was opened; this one is in south Oklahoma City. According to a recent article published in The Oklahoman, leaders of the Southwind Women’s Clinic near SW 44th has plans to perform as many as 3,000 abortions per year, which would be in addition to the approximately 5,000 abortions performed in Oklahoma annually....

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2016 Election Explainer
Oct10

2016 Election Explainer

This resource is presented by the BGCO’s Ethics & Religious Liberty Committee, with research and writing assistance from the Family Policy Institute of Oklahoma. Download a printer-friendly version here. – Candidates –  U.S. President Three candidates for President of the United States will appear on the ballot in this order: Republican Party candidate Donald Trump and Vice-Presidential candidate Mike Pence;...

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Missions Celebration to focus on adoption, foster care
Oct04

Missions Celebration to focus on adoption, foster care

“Faith and Foster Care: Impacting God’s Kingdom” is the theme for the upcoming Missions Celebration on Mon., Nov. 14, at Oklahoma City, Quail Springs. The afternoon celebration and symposium is hosted by the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma (BGCO) Women’s Missions and Ministries Office and is an annual event held prior to the BGCO Annual Meeting. The event begins in the Chapel at 2 p.m. and will feature the Oklahoma Baptist...

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Many met at the pole
Oct03

Many met at the pole

An estimated million or more students in the U.S. and 63 foreign countries publicly gathered around school flagpoles on Sept. 28 and prayed to the Lord Jesus Christ. The annual See You At the Pole (SYATP) interdenominational Christian outreach was augmented this year with the launch of the I Am Hope outreach leading up to the Oct. 21 release of the film “I Am Not Ashamed.” Private and public school students of all grade levels were...

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Okla. Baptist Leader Encourages Prayer for Tulsa, Nation
Sep23

Okla. Baptist Leader Encourages Prayer for Tulsa, Nation

In response to recent events in Tulsa, Okla., Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma Executive Director-Treasurer Dr. Anthony L. Jordan said the following: “My heart is heavy as I think about the recent events in Tulsa and our nation. As we grieve the death of Terence Crutcher and wait for all of the facts to be learned, let us pray for the peace that only our Lord Jesus can bring to the families of everyone affected by this...

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