Moore resident writes book; available to buy
In her new devotional, “Shake the Mountain,” Moore author Amanda Joy McCarrell showcases what faith in God can do in times of adversity. Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, ...
First Baptist members teaming up to change the downtown community
Members of First Baptist Church know that God is always at work....
Hispanic Cultural Institute to return to St. Joseph’s
The Father Stanley Rother Hispanic Cultural Institute will return to the St. Joseph’s Catholic Church at 7 p.m. Tuesday....
The roll call of the misfits
The roll call of the faithful in Hebrews 11 is designed to inspire us and give us hope. Comparing our difficulties with theirs gives us some perspective when the problems of life feel overwhelming. There are some pretty terrible and ...
Franklin Baptist Church to celebrate 115 years, demolish old facility
During the summer of 1932, several members of Franklin Baptist Church visited with a man who preferred making whiskey over attending church. He told the congregation he didn’t have a Sunday shirt to wear, so he never attended services. ...
Find your role with Jesus
In addressing the Christians in Rome, Paul writes “clothe yourselves with the Lord Jesus Christ.” (Romans 13:14) This is an interesting statement, one you or I would never find ourselves using in conversation today. The Greek phrase “to be ...
Pauls Valley music group releases album
This week, independent record label Tate Music Group released Post of Stone’s new album titled “The Earth Moved.” Produced by Tate Music Group, the album offers eight tracks and is readily available for purchase nationwide at the iTunes ...
May 20 EF-5 tornado first responders to be honored
Oklahoma’s own Prayer Force One tour bus will rendezvous with The National Day of Prayer tour bus to honor first responders from the May 20 tornado. The tour stop will be at 3 p.m. Saturday at the site of the Plaza Towers Elementary ...
Atheist parolee sent back to prison must be compensated, federal appeals court says
SAN FRANCISCO — California should compensate an atheist parolee for returning him to prison after he resisted participating in a religious-based drug treatment program, a federal appeals court decided unanimously....
Enjoy what you have and share it
Psalm 19 begins with the words, “The heavens are telling the glory of God.” Those of us who are outdoor people might agree with that even today. Certainly we know that the skies of Oklahoma have been filled with brilliance, with drama, ...
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