The church on Main Street felt trapped. The congregation of Immanuel Baptist Church of Shawnee, Oklahoma wanted to grow, but they were stuck in a dilapidated, high-cost building, lacking handicap accessibility.
God is using His people to breathe life into the church and restore faith and hope to the city. Rick and Amy Cordova took a leap of faith in their efforts to renew a church and the Lord blessed them with Bright City.
For 15 years, a sign sat on an empty 100-acre piece of property. It read: Future Home of First Baptist Church of Cushing. Fifteen years is a long time to wait for something. But the members of First Baptist Church of Cushing will tell you it was worth it. The Oklahoma...
Sarah Barham wasn’t looking for a job. The Shawnee, Oklahoma, native and mother of three was happy at the large public accounting firm where she’d worked for the past 15 years.
Pickerington Square Shopping Center doesn’t sound like a place of worship, but for Sycamore Creek Church it was. Established in 1995 with only 15 people in a shopping center, Sycamore Creek’s congregation quickly outgrew its space. In 2002, the church moved to a 10,000 square foot facility it built next to a high school in Pickerington, Ohio.