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A Broken and Messy World

Posted by Ron Moore on

Today many people are living in fear. For some, the fear was brought on by post-election disappointment or disillusionment. Some are filled with anxiety as cable news commentators proclaim that our country is near economic collapse. Some are terrified at the news coming from the Middle East. But...

Volunteer Voice: Broken Hearts...Healed

Posted by Brad Rine on

At The Bible Chapel, our Care Giving ministries come alongside people during difficult seasons of life, to be God’s hands and feet as they weather various storms. One of those ministries is DivorceCare, a nationally recognized program that provides support for those going through a...

Live Today’s Gift

Posted by Steven Berringer on

“The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago; the second best time is today.” “No one ever saved a minute by worrying.” “You can save time, or you can save money, but not both.” These sayings are nuggets of wisdom passed down from parents to children...

Who’s Your Mickey Ripley?

Posted by Ron Moore on

A text from my son Garrison was the first thing I saw when I turned off the alarm on my phone. Garrison is an avid Oklahoma Sooner football fan and receives all the OU news. The press release he sent me that morning, announced that Mickey Ripley, a former OU quarterback, had died. Garrison never...

Be Bold, Be You!

Posted by Jonathan Lingenhoel on

All of us experience fear at some point or another. For some, it’s the fear of heights or darkness that makes our stomachs churn. But for many, it is the fear of the unknown, rejection, speaking up, or failure that stops us in our tracks and keeps us from living the lives we are meant to...

Turning Point: D-Day and the Greatest Generation


Posted by Kurt DeMarino on

Today is the 75th anniversary of the Normandy Invasion (D-Day), and it brings so many things to my mind - G.I. Joe, Rosie the Riveter, and Kilroy Was Here, just to name a few. But D-Day was much more than that. It was the largest seaborne invasion in the history of man, and the major turning...

Does Following God Mean I Can’t Get What I Want?


Posted by Nate Edwards on

Everyone wants to be happy. I think we can all agree on this. Knowing how to find happiness may not always be as obvious to us, but we all look for it. As Pastor of the Young Adult Ministry and College Ministry at The Bible Chapel, I've observed that many of us are looking for happiness in...