Links

Visit www.bgco.org to find information and updates regarding activities and ministries of the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma.
The first issue of The Baptist Messenger came off the press on May 15, 1912. Today, the Baptist Messenger is mailed to nearly 59,000 households every week, making it the third-largest newspaper in the state of Oklahoma. In November 2011, Messenger Digital was launched, a full online edition of The Baptist Messenger, along with the Messenger Mobile companion app
The Exchange is a great event for any woman who is interested in making a difference in her church, her community and her world. We encourage women’s ministry leaders, WMU Directors, Sunday School teachers and Bible Study leaders to attend! Find more details about the event closest to you and REGISTER at http://www.bgcowomen.org/the-exchange/.
One of the largest church-related gatherings of men takes place at Falls Creek in the spring of every year. Near Davis, Oklahoma, Falls Creek is the location of the annual “Men Rewired” retreat sponsored by the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma and led by our BGCO men’s specialist, Keith Burkhart. This is a fantastic men’s event and this year’s retreat theme is “Truth”. Visit www.menrewired.com to find out details about the 2016 Men Rewired event.
Visit www.skopos.org for Oklahoma youth ministry leader updates from the team at the BGCO including Falls Creek, YEC, OKYMA and more.
Answer the call by praying for spiritual awakening for your family and friends, your church, your nation and your world. Find out more at SBC Call to Prayer.
The first issue of The Baptist Messenger came off the press on May 15, 1912. Today, the Baptist Messenger is mailed to nearly 59,000 households every week, making it the third-largest newspaper in the state of Oklahoma. In November 2011, Messenger Digital was launched, a full online edition of The Baptist Messenger, along with the Messenger Mobile companion app