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March 29, 2020 | Dr. Bob Long

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All St. Luke’s programs and activities as well as outside groups that meet at any of our campuses are canceled through March 31. Additionally, church offices are closed to the public. Staff members will continue to be accessible via phone or email. St. Luke’s Childcare Centers will remain open per the guidance of the Oklahoma Department of Human Services. We will have one online worship service and the schedule is below.

Sunday Worship Schedule

 10 a.m. Virtual Children’s Sunday School on Zoom
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10:50 a.m. Online Traditional Worship
>> Watch Live Online Campus
>> Watch Live on Facebook
>> Download Sunday Bulletin
>> Listen Live on a phone by calling 1(855) 662-3700

5 p.m. Online Lenten Bible Study
>> Watch Live on Facebook

7:30 p.m. Youth Live Worship
>> @stlukesokcyouth on Instagram

Daily Devotional

Let God Fill the Vacancy

Flip, tape, wrap, fill, repeat.  The kitchen was a maze of boxes, tape guns, scissors and newspapers.  There was one box labeled “keep” and a dozen that I couldn’t take with me.  The house was frozen, paralyzed at the point in time where there would be no future, only memories within these walls.  My mood was stale – somewhere between convincing optimism and creeping resentment.  As I sorted through china patterns, cooking utensils, and linens, I felt a tangible sense of loss. I was moving into a new life with about 2,200 fewer square feet, yet paradoxically, infinitely more room to follow God’s dreams for my life.

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Let God Fill the Vacancy

Flip, tape, wrap, fill, repeat.  The kitchen was a maze of boxes, tape guns, scissors and newspapers.  There was one box labeled “keep” and a dozen that I couldn’t take with me.  The house was frozen, paralyzed at the point in time where there would be no future, only memories within these walls.  My mood was stale – somewhere between convincing optimism and creeping resentment.  As I sorted through china patterns, cooking utensils, and linens, I felt a tangible sense of loss. I was moving into a new life with about 2,200 fewer square feet, yet paradoxically, infinitely more room to follow God’s dreams for my life.

Read More »
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