It’s gospel, sack races, exotic animals at Empire Picnic
Exotic animals and gospel singing are only two of the attractions that will be found at the Johnson Ranch Saturday, during the Empire Community Picnic.
Cooper finds peace through life of devotion
Patricia Cooper has never been one to blindly accept the offerings of church and religion, but instead finds religion to have many layers.
Family Festival to unite Hispanic church, community
Hoping to bring together the community’s many ethnic and religious groups, Primera Iglesia Bautista Church is hosting its second Family Festival.
- Israel broadcast continues tonight at Gospel Beams Church
FCC minister researched ‘brands’ of church as a youth
Arnold Nelson describes his childhood personality as stuffy, priggish and pious. Yet, he says that changed when he went to college.
Tyler offers Super Seminar Service
Tucked away in the southeast side of Duncan sits True Gospel Tabernacle. It is led by Suff. Bishop Sherman Tyler who also began the church.
Dr. McCoy: Tour guide for Christianity
For 23 years, Dr. Brad McCoy has been pastor at Tanglewood Bible Fellowship and his tenure has included taking his parishioners on ventures around the world.
Youth collects funds for Ethiopian children
McKennah Trusley is only 12 years old, but even at that tender age, she has found a unique way to contribute to others.
Vacation Bible School programs begin with a theme
Summer means Vacation Bible School for many area churches.
Area church leaders excited about revivals, speakers
Various churches in the Duncan area are planning revival events, ramping up to the Easter weekend approaching later in the month.
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