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Posts from May 2014

Camp Sooner

There is something special about summer camp. Every year we see God work in miraculous ways when students get away and spend a week focused on learning about Jesus as well as having some fun. We expect to see God continue to do great things in the lives of our students this summer at Camp Sooner, June 22-27, a great summer camp located a little over an hour away from MBC.

Love Offering for Pastor Purifoy

Gratitude for those who have helped us grow spiritually is a normal and biblically appropriate response. One way to express this is through a love gift. We have an opportunity to show our appreciation to Pastor Paul Purifoy by giving him a generous love offering as he leaves us.

Elders and Deacons Looking Ahead

For several years our church boards and pastors have been involved in creative thinking and strategic planning. An intensive self-study, planning retreats, concentrated prayer, and much discussion have led the boards to pursue a few strategic initiatives. Three of these initiatives are (1) creation of an up-to-date, attractive children’s ministry center, (2) time and space for church-wide, inclusive fellowship as a part of our Sunday morning experience, and (3) adjustment of our worship schedule…

Memorial Weekend Cookout

The Singles Ministry is hosting a cookout on Sunday evening, May 25, at the historical home of Denzel Salathiel, 2903 N. Robinson. Because this is also the weekend of the Paseo Arts Festival, Denzel loves to host our cookout because he lives just a couple of blocks from the Paseo district.

Leper #10

One of them, when he saw he was healed, came back, praising God in a loud voice. He threw himself at Jesus’ feet and thanked Him… Luke 17:15-16 (NIV) One day, while Jesus was on His way to Jerusalem, ten men with leprosy approached Him.

Thank You, Morgan!

Morgan Highley came to Metropolitan fourteen years ago to help Wes Thompson in our audio/video ministry. At the time we did not fully appreciate the knowledge and skill he brought to the position. When Wes moved on, Pastor Purifoy asked Morgan to assume responsibility for providing technical support for our worship services.