I am no longer my own, but thine. Put me to what thou wilt, rank me with whom thou wilt. Put me to doing, put me to suffering. Let me be employed by thee or laid aside by thee. Exalted for thee or brought low for thee. Let me be full, let me be empty. […]
One hour a week. That’s how much time many of today’s church-going families spend on growing their faith. Many families spend that hour in church on Sunday.
“Few church-going families have faith conversations or pray at home.” explained Susan Easttom, St. Luke’s Director of Family Ministries. “At St. Luke’s, we are committed to assisting and equipping you to become intentional about building a God-honoring home, one step at a time. You can do it – we can help!”
Whether you’re part of a large family or you live alone, there are many ways to build your faith between Sundays.
This was my first mission trip and I was going to Houston, TX to help clean up after Hurricane Harvey’s devastation. After spending a night in Dallas, we arrived in Houston and teamed up with Samaritan’s Purse and traveled to our worksite.
A team of 7 people from 2 St. Luke’s campuses drove more than 1,100 miles in 3 days to help 2 families save somewhere around $18,000 each as they begin to rebuild their homes in Houston after hurricane Harvey made landfall in late August this year. Along with my family of faith, I had the […]
You may think “What difference can I make only working a day and a half?” My answer is “a huge difference!” Not only a physical, work type difference but also an emotional, humanitarian difference. Just having so many strangers showing up willing to help in any way they can, shows the people of Houston that […]
The day after Labor Day is always a magical time for the newest children at El Sistema Oklahoma. As they enter the doors, they scramble to find their name tags to check the back of their tag. Why the back? Because the back reveals the instrument they will learn to play while they are in the program! On September 3, 2013, 100 children discovered the transformative power of music and on September 5, 2017, a new class of 50 children will have this same powerful experience. […]
It broke Mary Rozotto’s heart to hear the words from her mother: “I just don’t have a purpose.” Her mom, also named Mary, just turned 93 years old and had lived at the Lionwood Senior Living community for the past two years. In the recreation room, you’ll see residents playing video games and hear laughter in […]
Grace Jackson may only be in the 9th grade, but she’s already making a big impact on Oklahoma City. The St. Luke’s Asbury member didn’t just volunteer to be part of a charitable effort… she started one.
Thinking about joining a small group or Sunday School class at St. Luke’s? That decision could bless you for years to come. Just ask the “Wedding Ring Class.” They felt blessed – and blessed so many others – for 66 ½ years.
Barbara walks the streets and approaches the people that most of us drive past. “I am on a mission to bring smiles to people,” she said.