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
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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....
Having moved into the construction phase of our capital stewardship campaign, we wanted to give you an update as to where things stand. Projects have begun and some have even been completed. There is still plenty more to accomplish, but we are excited at what God is doing at Meadowood!...Keep Reading
Recent storms took a toll on the Meadowood facilities, especially the worship center. However, even the damage wrought by these storms can be seen as a blessing and a springboard into the "abundantly more" God has in store for His people....Keep Reading
Christmas is a time to take it all in. Each year, Christmas rolls around, forcing us to pause. We remember, and we look ahead. We think of the Christmases we knew growing up. The laughter and fun. The celebrations big and small we shared with others....Keep Reading
Meadowood kids launched its first-ever Awana Clubs on Wednesday evenings this Fall, and Amy wanted to give you a quick recap of how things have gone as we head into the Christmas break....Keep Reading
On December 8, the Meadowood membership joined together to pledge their commitment to the Forward by Faith capital stewardship campaign, and Bob wanted to give a brief update following this special Sunday....Keep Reading
God can use even the smallest we can offer to advance the gospel, and Meadowood has a great opportunity to be a blessing to kids all over the world for the sake of Christ!...Keep Reading
Meadowood's Worship Center sustained severe damage as a result of August storms. The Fellowship Hall has served as our main gathering place each Sunday morning. We know discouragement can be a very real possibility, especially when you may not see or hear of the progress being made in repairs. So, Bob has chosen to let us in on where things stand and how Meadowood continue...Keep Reading
Because of this week's storms, Meadowood will look a little different as we gather each Sunday morning until restoration work in our Worship Center is complete. We wanted to take a moment and share some adjustments we're asking our guests and members to prepare for upon arrival this Sunday....Keep Reading
Over the last several Sundays, we've been looking at discipleship and its two pillars...Keep Reading