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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

eborunda@oklahomabaptists.org

Emerson Falls

Emerson Falls

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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.

Preaching: God’s Time & My Time

What is more precious than gold but cannot be bought, earned, or saved? Of course, the answer is time. With each passing day over the duration of our lives, it becomes more valuable to us. The old expression "time is money" is not completely accurate. Time is actually...

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...

Learning to Preach — Putting the Pieces Together — PRESUPPOSITIONS

If we lived in a perfect world, and each reader of the Bible were perfect, then without any real impediment we could read the Scripture, understand it perfectly, and teach it to others. If only. In a perfect world, there would be no need for exposition, because every...

The Glorious and Dangerous Task

In his book On Preaching, H.B. Charles, Jr. writes about the origin of the Greek word "to preach." Says Rev. Charles: The word Paul used in 2 Timothy 4:2, where he charges Timothy to preach the Word, was originally a political term, not a religious one. It referred to...

Learning to Preach: An Ancient Method

Once upon a time preachers learned how to preach in a particular way. Actually we learned just about ANYTHING and EVERYTHING in this same way. Every subject was taught using the same process. Why, you might ask? It was because the ancients realized that it was both...