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You've probably heard that Oklahoma's governor has begun to gradually reopen the state to pre-coronavirus levels. You may furthermore be wondering what that means for Meadowood, so we asked Bob to give everyone an update about the church's plans moving forward....
Amy Campbell and the Meadowood Kids team has been hard at work delivering learning opportunities for our children during this global pandemic. It's not as easy as it may seem, and Kayte Spillman has taken some time to share a behind-the-scenes look at the heart of these programs....
It takes a team to make Meadowood go, and God has assembled a tremendous family of people to keep things moving forward during this time of uncertainty. Bob wanted to take a few moments to express his appreciation for the team he's been blessed to serve alongside....
Seminaries don't offer a class on virtual shepherding or how to do ministry when you can't do ministry in person for an extended period. So as the global pandemic continues to shift the rhythms of the world, let us remember to pray for the leaders God has given us....
Monday can be a day fraught with frustration. It's typically the beginning of the work week. The weekend is over and now school and work and such start all over again. But, as we prepare ourselves for Easter Sunday, we can look to it with hope as we ready ourselves to worship Jesus together....Keep Reading
Palm Sunday is a special day in the calendar of the church. Though we know how the week will end, we celebrate the arrival of our Savior to fulfill the promises and covenants the Father had made throughout the Old Testament. Hallelujah! Hosanna in the highest!...Keep Reading
Seminaries don't offer a class on virtual shepherding or how to do ministry when you can't do ministry in person for an extended period. So as the global pandemic continues to shift the rhythms of the world, let us remember to pray for the leaders God has given us....Keep Reading
Thanks to technology, we can stay connected with important updates. Emergency circumstances cannot stop prayer, and Bob wanted to give direction to our prayers....Keep Reading
Bob wanted to give us a visual update on how things are progressing in the areas that were damaged by the storms last year. The choir room and the worship center are coming along nicely, so let's rejoice in all God is doing!...Keep Reading
Coronavirus is causing shifts in much of our daily lives. While we earnestly desire to gather the Meadowood family on Sunday mornings, we're adjusting to the recommendations of federal, state and community leaders by choosing to clear the Meadowood calendar for the next two weeks. But, we do intend to offer a distinctly Meadowood alternative to your Sunday mornings!...Keep Reading
With a near constant stream of updates, news and information, the coronavirus pandemic has begun to drastically affect many aspects of our lives. We know you have very real concerns about these developments. Our hope is to prevent the spread of the virus in our own community while still recognizing the sovereign God who is in control of all things and appropriately caring ...Keep Reading
Lent is not a big part of Meadowood's liturgy. Though there can be benefits to personal "sacrifices" during the season, we must be careful how we approach this season of "giving up."...Keep Reading
A refuge is a place of safety in the midst of difficult storms that arise throughout life. There is no greater refuge than Christ, but the church is meant to be a refuge as well as people are rocked by the storms of life. This weekend is a perfect chance for the church to invest in Meadowood Youth....Keep Reading