Oklahoma Baptist Homes for Children

Women of Compassion
One Meeting, One Vote, One Act of Compassion

Please join Women of Compassion for "Cups of Kindness" - an invitation to tea!

Devon Tower
333 W Sheridan Ave
Oklahoma City
Saturday, April 1, 2017

Oklahoma Baptist Homes for Children (OBHC) will host its 4th Annual Women of Compassion event on the 50th floor of the Devon Tower in Oklahoma City on Saturday, April 1.

“Our women are truly making a difference in the lives of children, born and unborn,” said Shonda Flowers, OBHC development representative.

Women of Compassion Membership

Annual membership is $1,000 and will benefit the ministries of Oklahoma Baptist Homes for Children. Formal invitations are mailed to members after they join.

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Guest SpeakerLisa Harper

Stirred by the words of Jeremiah, “When you seek with your whole heart, I will be found,” a desperate woman became a seeker. Rochelle’s journey challenged her to leave “comfortable Christianity” for Passionate Pursuit and while it stretched her and challenged her, it led her to a place of freedom and redemption. Her mission then became to bring truth and freedom to others that were seeking to find the answers to the deeper longings of their souls! Ultimately, she felt compelled by the Greater Love she found to lead others to Him believing the greatest longing of women is to be loved deeply.

Her story is one of HOPE that leads everyday women to seek their place in God’s greater story. Rochelle believes that when Jesus said “I came that you might have life," He meant it, and her passion will move you to seek a life that you LOVE!

Worship LeadersJosh and Kiley Edington

Josh and Kiley Edington are enjoying their sixth year of marriage and have two beautiful children, Owen and Camille. They also have a third child who happens to be a Golden Retriever, Aspen!

Josh is in his 8th year at Crossings Community Church and serves as the Contemporary Worship Pastor. Kiley often joins him on stage to sing. They both love music and appreciate getting to use their gifts together. They both agree that leading worship is a humbling and unique experience.

Josh says, "as a worship pastor, I take what I do very seriously but I never want to take myself too seriously."

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