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Easter Sunday!

Posted by Dr. Wade Smith on

  He is Risen! The tomb is empty! Jesus is alive! Let us rejoice and worship! Easter Sunday is a glorious morning of worship as we celebrate and give thanks to the risen Lord. Through His sacrifice on the cross, our sins are forgiven. Through His resurrection, death has been conquered...

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Good Friday

Posted by Dr. Wade Smith on

It is Friday evening. Jesus, the anticipated Messiah, is dead. The dreams, hopes, and promises of a new Kingdom crucified. Jesus' followers find each other and gather in secret places. It is unknown if the Jewish and Roman authorities will be looking for them next, so they must be careful...

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Maundy Thursday

Posted by Dr. Wade Smith on

  On a Thursday evening in Jerusalem, Jesus gathered with His disciples in an upper room to share the Passover. From the washing of feet to the sealing of His tomb, the next 24 hours would change the history of the world. He would be betrayed, denied, arrested, convicted, and...

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Sonshine Celebration

Posted by Crystal Byrd on

Answer: Candy, Prizes, Food, Fun, and even more Candy. Question: What total fantastic fun is happening at church this Saturday on the playground? We will have our annual Sonshine Celebration on Saturday April 4 from 11 am – 1 pm. The egg hunts will begin at 11:30 for preschool and 11:45...

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FBC Kids First Family Dinner and a Movie

Posted by Crystal Byrd on

FBC Kids invite you to come watch an Easter movie and eat picnic style in Hallock Hall on Wednesday, April 1. The movie starts at 6:30, with sandwiches being served at 5:30. The movie will be over at 7:30. We hope that our families and our church family will join us as we share in an evening of...

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Tornadoes and Hail

Posted by Rich Lubbers on

On Wednesday night March 25th, I was reminded of the one thing that I didn't miss about Oklahoma during my "missionary journey" to Texas - sudden, severe weather.  That the worst of it came just as we were beginning our youth time was frustrating to me. We had scheduled a different kind of...

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One of Our Outstanding Mentors

Posted by Angela Atkins on

Six years ago, our church adopted the Kids Hope USA mentoring program as a way to help at-risk children in one of our local schools. That first year we had seven mentors. Now we have twenty one, including four of those first seven.  When asked by the Boren Mentoring Initiative to pick one...

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Sweetheart Night

Posted by Crystal Byrd on

Some parents use it for a night out in OKC to grab sushi, steak, or a movie. Some parents just want a night in with no kids. Whatever they chose, our parents took advantage of Sweetheart Night. From babies to 5th grade, 56 kids were dropped off at the church for a night of crafts, games, and...

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College Students on Mission this Summer!

Posted by Laura Robertson on

       Do you know these people? Do you know where they are going this summer? I do! And they are pretty rad. If you do not, here is your chance to get to know these six University students going on mission this summer.  Krystal Harrington and Morgan Smith will be going...

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Ash Wednesday Provides an Opportunity for Children and Youth to Lead!

Posted by Crystal Byrd on

     It's an amazing thing to see kids and youth leading one another through a holy service like Ash Wednesday.      Confession, Ashes, Prayer, Communion, Commitment-these are the stations our kids and youth experienced together, hand in hand, to start off the Lent...

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Tags: children's ministry, intergenerational, youth ministry

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