Dock Dogs highlight 3rd Annual Expo
While “getting your ducks in a row” may be the common euphemism for getting things organize, for Jean Hurst, a more appropriate idiom would be “getting your dogs in a row.”
Young preacher embraces childhood, religious calling
Ezekiel Stoddard, age 11, is one of a centuries-long tradition of child preachers, long a subject of fascination and debate.
Ministry provides quilts, prayers
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Women in 2007 joined an interfaith outreach organization called “Prayers & Squares.” The purpose of the group is to combine prayer and a hand tied quilt. The motto is “It’s not about the quilt, it’s about the prayers.”
Pilot Club donates $2,000 to Rogers County Drug Abuse Program
The Pilot Club of Claremore has partnered with Pilot International Foundation, the Cox Connects Foundation and United Way in providing money to the Rogers County Drug Abuse Program for SMART Boards.
Five things you should know about Lent
The season of Lent begins on Wednesday, here is some basic information about the weeks leading up to Easter.
Southern Baptist panel recommends add-on to name
Southern Baptists first considered changing their name in 1903. Leaders have seriously proposed it at least 13 times since then.
Enid Presbyterians voting on future
Historically, churches have led the way on social issues, providing guidance to Christians on matters of conscience and social importance, referring to the Scripture.
Cowboy Country Fellowship coming soon
An exciting new church experience designed especially for cowboys is coming to Oologah.
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Lt. Gov. Lamb reflects on 9/11 events
It was a day of reflection in Claremore Sunday, as the congregation of First Baptist Church commemorated the 10th anniversary of the September 11th attacks in a 9/11 Remembrance Service.
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