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May 1st, 2019
Drug and alcohol addiction destroys families, but a Christ-centered community is helping former junkies find the path to lifelong sobriety. Find out how your giving is keeping hope alive by breaking the cycle of addiction. Fresh Start - Hope is...
February 19th, 2019
No one knows when the Lord will call them home. Don’t let one of these common misconceptions stop you from protecting the people and possessions you’ll leave behind. MYTH 1: I don't need an estate plan because … wait, what exactly is an estate plan...
November 16th, 2018
Oklahoma Baptist churches are in decline, but a new generation of pastors is rising to meet the challenge. Who will guide them? Find out why BGCO is making mentorship a priority.   Pastor Rusty McMullen preaches during Sunday morning services at...
October 30th, 2018
Greg and Karen McNeece knew they needed an estate plan to protect their young family. But what happens when that family grows up?   Greg McNeece couldn’t stop wrestling with the big “what if” questions. As the father of two young children, he...
October 30th, 2018
A seed doesn’t become a towering maple overnight, but when it’s grown, the tree is worth the wait. That’s the common sense approach pastor Dennis Hooper has taken with the endowment he’s helped create at First Baptist Church of Cheyenne, Oklahoma...
September 13th, 2018
For 9-year-old Hunter Parsons, the death of his church wasn’t an option. His father, Brent Parsons, was the new pastor of Franklin Baptist in Norman, Oklahoma, and the church was in trouble. On his first Sunday, Parsons remembers scanning the...
July 18th, 2018
Certified Public Accountant isn’t a title typically associated with ministry, but don’t tell that to Brad Johnson. The 35-year-old CPA recently stepped into the role of chief financial officer at The Baptist Foundation of Oklahoma. He oversees the...
July 10th, 2018
A new gift matching opportunity from The Baptist Foundation of Oklahoma promises to help churches multiply ministry funds and maximize Kingdom impact.  Thanks to a generous gift from a donor’s estate, the Foundation has created a $100,000 gift...
May 11th, 2018
East St. Louis was Kempton Turner’s boyhood home until gang violence forced his family out. Now a NAMB church planter, he’s determined to take the city back with the power of the Gospel. But what can one church do in a place plagued by crime,...
May 11th, 2018
A donor-advised fund, or DAF for short, is a popular tool for charitable giving because it multiplies gifts, maximizes tax benefits and simplifies the giving process.  Think of a DAF like an investment account for all your charitable giving. Instead...

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