Special Mission Celebration Sunday at Enid M.B. Church
A special Mission Celebration will be held Sunday at Enid Mennonite Brethren Church. During the 9 and 11 a.m. services, Randy Friesen, M.B. Mission General director from Abbotsford B.C., will be speaking and sharing about authentic faith at work in a smorgasbord of other religions.
At 6 p.m. there will be an area Mission Rally hosted by EMB Church with various missionaries, including Stacy Kuhns and Lowell and Melissa Ens, sharing about their upcoming assignment in Peru. Jon Pritchard and Randy Friesen also will share how God has been transforming the lives of people in the midst of great adversity. Dessert and a time of fellowship will follow the evening gathering.
For more information, please call 234-1698 or check out the church web site at www.enidmb.com.
Revival begins tonight
Jesus is Lord Evangelistic Ministries will hold Revival at 7:30 p.m. today and Saturday in the Chisholm Trail Room at Cherokee Strip Conference Center.
Guest speaker, Dr. Bishop Franklin Vincent, pastor of New Light Church in Ardmore, will speak at 7 p.m. tonight and Ira and Barbara Johnson, graduate of Rhema Bible School will speak Saturday evening. The JILEM Music Team will minister praise and worship on both nights.
For information, contact Donna Byrd at (405) 250-1147.
New Hope UMC to hold Fall Gospel Sing
New Hope United Methodist Church, 614 N. Garland, will host a Fall Gospel Sing at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, featuring New Hope’s own quartet Dab O’Glory and special guests Hope 4, a quartet from the Jet, Nash and Pond Creek area.
Hope 4 has been together since 2005. Members include Mark Stevens, Arnie Smith, Darla Pendergraft and Dennis Sullivan.
Dabo O’Glory has been singing together since 2000. Members include Dale Gillham, Gloria Cumpston, Jim Hudson, Debbie Hart and accompanist Sheila Combs-Francis.
A love offering will be taken and dessert served following the performance.
Video lectures planned
“Does God Exist,” is an unusual series of video lectures by John Clayton that will directly address key concerns about modern science and faith in God.
The class is open to people of all ages at 6 p.m. Oct. 2 through Nov. 6 at Central Christian Church Fellowship Hall, 1111 W. Broadway. Please call the church no later than Monday to make a reservation for child care.
A devoted atheist until his early 20s, Clayton was part of the same organized atheist group that made Madeline Murray O’Hair famous.
He decided to write a book called “All the Stupidity of the Bible,” but instead found himself slowly becoming convinced about Christianity.
He holds a B.S. degree from Indiana University in education with a concentration in physics and mathematics. He holds an M.S. degree from Indiana University in education with a concentration in chemistry and psychometric.
He also holds an M.S. degree from the University of Notre Dame in geology and earth science. His most recent honors include Distinguished Physics Teacher for the state of Indiana.