Pastors

There are nearly 1,800 churches in our Oklahoma Baptist family, and our churches have been given pastors to feed, to protect and to lead.

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Ever Borunda

Ever Borunda

eborunda@oklahomabaptists.org

Emerson Falls

Emerson Falls

efalls@oklahomabaptists.org

Griff Henderson

Griff Henderson

ghenderson@oklahomabaptists.org

Buddy Hunt

Buddy Hunt

bhunt@oklahomabaptists.org

Philip Jones

Philip Jones

mvp@oklahomabaptists.org

Amy Petersen

Amy Petersen

ministrywives@oklahomabaptists.org

Brett Selby

Brett Selby

bselby@oklahomabaptists.org

Walter Wilson

Walter Wilson

aaaffinity@oklahomabaptists.org

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Multivocational Pastors & Small Attendance Churches

Our mission is to strengthen multi-vocational pastors and the churches they lead.

Native American Relations

Our Native American Ministries focus on developing indigenous leadership, creating contagious communities of faith, and affecting revitalization in plateaued and declining churches.

Hispanic Relations

Oklahoma Baptists Hispanic Ministries exists to support the local church in fulfilling the Great Commission. Our goal is to serve as a means of cooperation between the churches of Oklahoma, the nation, and the world.

The Privilege of Preaching

Preaching isn't easy. That last sentence would qualify me for the title of Captain Obvious with some. While it may be lacking in sophistication and nuance, it is nevertheless an extremely true statement. If for no other reason, we know preaching is difficult because...

It’s Thursday but I Haven’t Started My Sermon Yet: A Case for Expository Preaching

I think a lot of preachers can relate to the title of this post. Maybe I'm assuming too much. Maybe I'm the only one to whom it applied. But I kind of doubt it. But don't overlook the subtitle and the obvious premise that expository preaching has as one of its...

The Preacher as Herald

It is easy to get things mixed up as a kid. For example, I thought that the song "Hark, the Herald Angels Sing" was about "Harold Angels," as in the given name of those celestial beings. I had difficulty understanding that at first. Thankfully, it got cleared up. So...

Great Reminder from Bryan Chapell

 Scripture's portrayal of its own potency challenges us to always remember that the Word preached, rather than the preaching of the Word, accomplishes heaven's purposes. (Christ-Centered Preaching, 2nd Edition, p. 27)

The Centrality of Preaching

We believe that preaching is not some peripheral item in the program of the local church, but that it lies at the very heart of what it is to be the people of God. We understand the activity of preaching as the primary way in which the congregations of God’s people...