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Martin Luther King Jr. Day events planned in metro
A prayer breakfast, a parade and a bell ringing are planned in the metro in conjunction with Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Read More
In Orthodox Jewish circles, single women are largely forgotten
While 27 is the median age for an American woman's first marriage, in many Orthodox circles — even modern ones — a single woman is considered over the hill by her late 20s. Read More
Bible lesson for Jan. 14
Bible lesson for Jan. 14 Read More
Love, faith and muffins: One woman's recipe for bringing America together
The current political climate and the racial discord it has engendered makes Faith Holmes feel like a space like hers is more vital than ever. Read More
People who betray Jesus can still teach us about being Christian. Scorsese's 'Silence' shows us how.
Shusaku Endo's 1966 novel "Silence" was destined to ignite controversy. Though Endo was a Japanese Catholic, he was troubled by the difficulties of Christianity in Japan and not without good reason. Read More
Religion briefs for Jan. 14
Religion briefs for Jan. 14 Read More
Dean works to uplift others on campus, at church
As the acting dean of students at Langston University, Joshua Busby encourages and corrects students who are much like he was when he came to campus as a freshman in 2002. Read More
Here are the six faith leaders who will pray at President-elect Trump's inauguration
The clergy speaking at Donald Trump's inauguration have mostly non-mainstream theological or political positions. No Muslim or mainline Protestant will speak, but the prosperity gospel will be heard. NPR reports.  Read More
The gospel of Michael Irvin
Now a God-fearing mentor for the young Cowboys, the Playmaker’s image has changed. Nowadays, he’s Roger Goodell’s holy ambassador, writes Bryan Curtis for The Ringer.  Read More
Some Salvation Army services to close Friday, but shelters will be open
Due to the winter storm forecast, The Salvation Army Oklahoma City administrative office, social services office, Boys & Girls Club and five senior centers will be closed Friday. Read More
Church grant will help nonprofit finish new shelter for children
The Mid-Del Youth and Family Center soon will be moving into a new emergency shelter, with the help of a partnership designed to assist children in the community facing troubled times. Read More
An Oklahoma City briefs package
An Oklahoma City briefs package for Jan. 11. Read More
Clinton man honored by AARP
Retired U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Donald L. Miller, of Clinton, is the latest Oklahoma recipient of the AARP award for volunteerism and community service. Read More
Oklahomans travel to Standing Rock to join protest
People from Oklahoma have been making their way to the Oceti Sakowin Camp on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation in North Dakota since protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline began several months ago. Read More
Religion briefs for Jan. 7
Religion briefs for Jan. 7 Read More
MLK breakfast celebrates 20th anniversary with 'Tapestry of Unity'
Organizers are inviting the community to be part of the 20th anniversary of the annual Midwest City Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Prayer Breakfast set for 7 a.m. Jan. 16 at the Sheraton Midwest City Hotel-Reed Conference Center, 5750 Will Rogers Road. Read More
Bible lesson for Jan. 7
Bible lesson for Jan. 7 Read More
Mark Zuckerberg says he's no longer an atheist, believes 'religion is very important'
The founder of Facebook has found religion, it seems, according to a cheery holiday message he posted on the social network he created. Read More
Edmond Exchange
Edmond Exchange, a weekly wrapup of what is going on in Edmond. Read More
State briefs
State briefs for Jan. 7 Read More

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