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Study: Relationship with God gives life meaning
Looking to become happier? Many studies show this can be achieved by becoming religious. Read More
After Supreme Court marriage decision, Christian objectors ponder outsider status
America's evangelical Christians, at roughly 25 percent of the population, aren't really a minority group. But after the Supreme Court mandated same-sex marriage in all 50 states, evangelicals are pondering how to interact with a changing culture. Read More
Moving in deep waters of faith: Moore church celebrates outdoor baptisms
The Highland Baptist Church congregation of Moore, Oklahoma, gathers at Lake Thunderbird in Norman, Oklahoma, for old-fashioned, full-immersion baptisms. Read More
Robert George, U.S. religious freedom panel chief, worried about rights globally
Serving his second term as chairman of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, an independent advisory group, scholar Robert P. George is worried about the state of religious liberty around the world. Read More
ValueSpeak: The country and the concept
John Adams didn’t have anything against the Fourth of July. He just thought it was two days too late. Read More
The Dalai Lama's most notable quotes
As the Dalai Lama approaches his 80th birthday, take a look at some of his most inspirational messages. Read More
Wade in the water ...
I was very little but I remember being baptized by Rev. Albritton at Tabitha Baptist Church in northeast Oklahoma City. I remember being intrigued when I saw people being baptized from the pews but I was a little terrified when it came time for me to get into the baptistery myself. I understood some of […] Read More
'Minute Motivators': Oklahoma pastor, armed forces retiree team up to write inspirational book for military
The Rev. Stan Toler and retired Brig. Gen. Robert Redwine wrote "Minute Motivators for The Military: Quick Inspiration for the Time of Your Life." Toler is founder and executive director of the Center for Pastoral Leadership at Southern Nazarene University in Oklahoma, and Redwine is an SNU graduate. Read More
Oklahoma churches offer summer programs for children
Vacation Bible schools and other summer programs are offered by Oklahoma churches. Read More
Franklin Graham festival leaders continue ministry classes at Oklahoma City-area churches
As the date for Oklahoma City's Good News Festival with Franklin Graham nears, more activities bringing together metro-area churches are planned. Read More
Oklahoma City Dodgers to host 'faith night' featuring Christian band
Contemporary Christian band Hawk Nelson will perform a pregame concert July 19 as part of the Oklahoma City Dodgers' first Faith Night. Read More
Popular Women of Faith speakers are saying 'farewell' on last tour
Women of Faith will bring "Loved: The Farewell Tour" to Oklahoma City on July 24-25. In 20 years, the Women of Faith conference ministry made popular by Luci Swindoll, Patsy Clairmont, Thelma Wells, Sheila Walsh, Marilyn Meberg and others has spoken to more than 5 million women around the world. Read More
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At 150 years, The Salvation Army finds balance between service and sermons
Celebrating its 1865 founding this year, The Salvation Army's American branch balances social work with sermonizing as the evangelical church and Christian charity charts a future course. Read More
This beautiful song reminds us who we must thank for our country's freedom this Independence Day
Sometimes it is easy to take freedom for granted. Let's not forget who has given us this amazing gift. Read More
Edmond First Baptist plans flag plaza dedication, picnic
First Baptist Church of Edmond will dedicate a new flag plaza Saturday at the church, 1300 E 33rd St. Read More
It's extremely hard to end your marriage in the Philippines
Marriage and divorce is different around the world. In the Philippines, divorce is illegal, forcing partners to stay married even when they don't want to be. Read More
ValueSpeak: Wrestling with relationships
My son and I had a relationship based on a certain set of assumptions. And now those assumptions are no longer valid, so we had to reconfigure our relationship based on new realities and circumstances. Read More
Oklahoma City philanthropist shares tips on living a 'joy-filled life'
Oklahoma City businesswoman and philanthropist Mo Anderson, known for her kind heart and generous spirit, shares wisdom and "Mo-Mentum Builders" in her new book, "A Joy-Filled Life: Lessons From a Tenant Farmer's Daughter ... Who Became a CEO" (Tate Publishing). Read More

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