OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. (BP) -- Anthony L. Jordan, who has served as executive director-treasurer of the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma since April 1996, announced Tuesday (Sept. 12) his plans to retire next year. Jordan's nearly 22-year tenure stands as the longest of any to hold that role in Oklahoma. He announced his decision to retire during the BGCO Board of Directors meeting. "This has been the journey of a lifetime," Jordan shared in his remarks to the board.
Evangelist Greg Laurie shares in an interview with The Baptist Messenger about the upcoming Harvest evangelism mega-rally in Phoenix on June 11.
HINTON, Okla. (BP) — “And though your beginning was small, your latter days will be very great.” — Job 8:7 That verse has special significance for Mike Price, pastor of Scott Baptist Church in Hinton, Okla., and his congregation. The church, founded in 1946, had dwindled to only a handful of members a few years […]
OKLAHOMA CITY (BP) — As a young boy, Cedric Hardimon dreamed of someday playing in the NBA. Little did he know God would place him in ministry to NBA players. Today, Hardimon, 31, is chaplain for the Oklahoma City Thunder, who are facing San Antonio in the Western Conference Finals. “I have always had a […]