In these final days, we see tremendous shifts as the people celebrate Jesus and the leaders challenge Him. All of this happens amid dueling realities—the celebration of the Jewish Passover (God-ordained escape from Egypt) and the Roman occupation that dominates life of the times. God has chosen a strategic time to pull off the extraordinary....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....
Another day in the Holy Week brings another step closer to the cross for Jesus, and our focus now turns to the opposition that has been pushing for this itinerant teacher to be removed from the scene before He disrupts all of Jewish life and belief during the most important time in the Jewish calendar as the people flocked to Jerusalem to celebrate Passover....Keep Reading
When Jesus entered Jerusalem on what we now call Palm Sunday, He set himself on a collision course with the religious leaders of the day. Why did they feel threatened and move to eliminate this young teacher from Nazareth?...Keep Reading
Monday was the second day of the Jewish week, and the Monday of Jesus' march toward Calvary has some interesting events we still find both fascinating and confusing. Follow along with us on this Holy Week adventure through this next installment of The Final Days of Jesus....Keep Reading
Palm Sunday is an interesting day for the Christ follower. Triumphant in his arrival to Jerusalem, Jesus is actually beginning the final days of His ministry and life. Though we know it's not the true end, perhaps if we could take a closer look back, we might see some cultural, historical and theological points we may have missed....Keep Reading
The week leading up to the death and resurrection of Jesus was extremely eventful, traumatic, and ultimately triumphant for our Lord. And it's one for us to remember and rejoice....Keep Reading
What an excellent Sunday we shared to close out March! There is so much to be thankful for at Meadowood, and the most recent Sunday was a display of reasons why as we celebrated baptism, a new member and special guests helping lead us in worship. But the best part is Jesus, who is always on display, and we look forward to the Sunday ahead of us when we pray we'll see more ...Keep Reading
You don't want to miss Meadowood morning worship service this Sunday, April 7, as we welcome a special guest singer/songwriter to join us in our worship....Keep Reading
For the next several weeks, Bob will walk us through the Meadowood mission statement, helping us see it's biblical foundations as we continue to commit ourselves to gospel proclamation near and far....Keep Reading
Beginning March 3, Pastor Bob will walk the Meadowood family through a series of Bible-saturated sermons designed to convey the mission behind the church as we strive to declare God's Word, develop disciples and deploy the church for His glory....Keep Reading