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Anthony Jordan delivers final address as BGCO exec

OKLAHOMA CITY (BP) -- Anthony Jordan delivered his final address as executive director-treasurer of the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma during the Nov. 13-14 annual meeting at Quail Springs Baptist Church in Oklahoma City. Jordan, who will retire next April after 22 years of leading the convention, also announced a new ministry opportunity for Oklahoma Baptists, reporting that the BGCO will be given the 199-acre Tulakogee Camp and Conference Center in eastern Oklahoma.

100 years of Falls Creek sparks summer-long celebration

DAVIS, Okla. (BP) -- The 100th summer is underway for the youth weeks at Falls Creek Baptist Conference Centers. Since the camp was founded in 1917, in the summer months alone, more than 2 million people have walked the 305-acre grounds in the heart of the Arbuckle Mountains in southern Oklahoma. And there have been approximately 65,000 professions of faith and some 35,000 called to ministry, according the latest figures from Falls Creek.

Small college buoyed by husband-wife’s witness

MUSKOGEE, Okla. (BP) -- Bacone College is a small college with a strong Native American heritage. The BC football team competes at the NAIA level yet doesn't get much recognition beyond Muskogee, Okla., where the campus was founded in 1880. But Steve and Sharon Dixon and other members of First Baptist Church in nearby Fort Gibson have invested themselves in the lives of BC players as well as other students for the last six years.

Former Sooner picks up where he left off

NORMAN, Okla. (BP) -- He was a member of Bob Stoops' first recruiting class at the University of Oklahoma. He played in two national championship games, three Big XII championship games and four bowl games while at OU.

Former Sooner picks up where he left off

NORMAN, Okla. (BP) -- He was a member of Bob Stoops' first recruiting class at the University of Oklahoma. He played in two national championship games, three Big XII championship games and four bowl games while at OU.