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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

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Emerson Falls

Emerson Falls

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Griff Henderson

Griff Henderson

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Buddy Hunt

Buddy Hunt

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Philip Jones

Philip Jones

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Amy Petersen

Amy Petersen

ministrywives@oklahomabaptists.org

Brett Selby

Brett Selby

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Walter Wilson

Walter Wilson

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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.

It’s Thursday But I Haven’t Started My Sermon Yet!

Consider this post a case for expository preaching. I'll explain that in just a moment. But think about the title for a moment. We’ve all known this feeling, right? You've been there and I've been there. I think the title has some real magnetic qualities. However,...

Learning to Preach: Putting the Pieces Together – CONTEXT

Preaching is letting texts talk, according to an expositional luminary such as J.I. Packer. Of course, he's spot on: if the preacher is talking rather than the text, that's not biblical preaching. However, every text has a context. Without it, goes the old saying, all...

In Between Now and Then: A Helpful Image

Recently at the Priority of Preaching conference here in OKC, Dr. Jim Shaddix of Southeastern Seminary was speaking about this subject of dealing with ancient texts and of the challenge of getting to the "then" so that we deliver a message for the "now." He provided...

The Images of a Preacher

We live in an image-driven culture. Even the oldest among us grew up with photographs and most of us grew up on TV and movies. There is no escaping the power of the image. A picture truly is worth a thousand words because we will remember an image long after the words...

Learning to Preach: The Nuts and Bolts

For years, fledgling pastors learned to preach a particular way, employing an ancient education method called the Trivium. It is still the best way. You begin by learning the basics, the fundamentals, the nuts and bolts, if you will. David Helm calls them the building...