Sunday provides an opportunity for members of Meadowood to decide on entering a sacrificial giving campaign in order to fund necessary and helpful improvements to the church's facilities, and Bob wanted to take a few moments to help recap the proposal we will be voting on....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....
While Meadowood's mission team was in Colorado, the church we partner with learned it's building was literally in the way of a neighbor. That actually led to conversations that may break down some barriers to the gospel, which is the way it should be....Keep Reading
Regardless of what "rest" looks like for you, it's important—even commanded—that we still ourselves in the presence of God. Our schedules may make that difficult, but how different would our lives look if we rested properly?...Keep Reading
We've only spent a couple of days at Falls Creek and have been having such an absolute blast! Day 2 began with a biscuit baking battle. We also heard Kent, Bob and Jay share stories of their own calls to ministry and their walk with Jesus. There's been plenty to do and learn as we've grown and worshipped together. It's hard to believe we're already nearing the halfway poi...Keep Reading
The first day at Falls Creek is complete, and we thought we'd do our best to keep you updated on all the goings-on taking place during Meadowood's "Week at the Creek."...Keep Reading
Meadowood is sending another large, unique group of students and sponsors to Falls Creek to connect with each other and with God. Not everyone can experience a week at the Creek, but we can all pray for those who do....Keep Reading
Mother's Day is a special day as we have the privilege of honoring our wives, mothers, and women who have been like mothers to us....Keep Reading
Following the Sabbath rest, the first followers of Christ decide to visit the place of His burial. They didn't expect what they found. The stone was rolled away. The tomb was empty. And the things they had been taught in the years traveling with Jesus began to crystallize as a new reality set in. Though it would take some time (and further instruction from the Risen Jesus...Keep Reading
When it comes to the Saturday of Holy Week, the Bible gives us precious little information. We're mostly left to assume or simply imagine what it might've been like for those who had followed Jesus. Still, it can leave us with loads of questions....Keep Reading
Though we may be familiar with the events of what has come to be called Good Friday, it's easy to lose sight of them or shift our focus forward a couple of days. So let's pause and remember the greatest—and perhaps the most confusing—day in all history....Keep Reading