- Progress 2012
It's a breeze
The wind farm represents a $400 million investment, plus an expected 125 construction workers will be in the area during construction. Longterm workers will number 15 to 20, according to Brent Kisling, president of Enid Regional Development Alliance.
Enid News & Eagle's 2012 On the Horizon edition continues with the role of faith.
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Loud, aggressive, edgy
Pastor Sean Gallagher and the rest of the staff at First Assembly of God in Enid are working hard to reach teens, as well as young adults, by teaching God’s message in a manner consistent with today’s technology.
K-Life is the life for me
K-Life, an interdenominational youth fellowship, has events for the middle school Velocity group on Tuesday evenings and the high school Fusion group on Thursday evenings.
‘We have a different culture and language but we’re all ...’ Children of the same God
Keila Garcia said she and husband Ubaldo were called to found the non-denominational Christian church in Enid five years ago because of a lack of Spanish-language services in the area.
Christian is in its name
Executive Director Ken Rapp said Enid’s YMCA is a place for spiritual as well as physical improvement.
Beat of a different drum
“We enjoy being able to minister under God but also being able to serve under the authority of the church’s pastor.” — Sean Gallagher
We have the technology
Technology has been incorporated into services, allowing more people to see and experience them.
Helping out their neighbors
The organization, launched in Enid in October 2009, continues to build alliances with local churches to reach out to those in need in the community.
Moving on & going strong
The effects of a recent, painful split still are evident but affection remains as well. The
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