Volume 5, Number 10, July 28, 2017
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  • COSROW awards funding
  • OCU donor establishesBusiness Fellows Program
  • Update your officer information
  • NSO dental program gets $40,000 grant

Bishop's Corner

Oklahoma City University

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Young Servant competes in TV show

Oklahoman's got talent

‌A marching band, color guard, cheerleaders, and an excited crowd set the scene June 28 in the ‌parking lot of OKC-Church of the Servant for a "homecoming" video featuring young ventriloquist Darci Lynne Farmer.

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Project Transformation

Reading project makes Enid debut

If you teach a child to read, you open the world," said Randy Mitchell, senior pastor of Enid-First United Methodist Church, where Project Transformation is helping Enid youngsters to improve their reading skills this summer.

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Building project embodies unity at Quail Springs

In June 25, church members and pastors gathered to break ground for an addition to Quail Springs United Methodist Church in north Oklahoma City.

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Deaconess/home missioner:
Option for ministry by laity

When people, especially young adults, ask what the Church is doing in the world today, Elaine Robinson can provide an excellent answer. She points to a little-known but far-reaching form of ministry by laywomen and laymen in full-time vocations of mission-oriented service.

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