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Get ready BCC and OKC for our 4th annual Summer Buddies math & reading camp!
For the past several years we have been serving families during the “off season” so that students can stay in the game academically!
Summer time is fun time! And who says that learning has to be boring? I love watching the kids literally run into the building to learn each day! Their faces lite up with excitement as they get into their lessons. Thanks to our team, the kids we serve are better prepared to start the new school year. Read more
Every year the BCC Learning Center sets aside 5 weeks of summer to give the kids in our community a jumpstart on the new school year. For five weeks of summer, three days a week, 11:30am – 3pm, anywhere from 25-30 children in grades K-5th, will come to BCC for a life changing summer adventure. Read more
This particular event in the life of Jacob is one which many of us are very familiar with. It’s the story that is commonly referred to as Jacob’s Ladder. This significant event has had a great impact on people all around, so much so that the title – “Jacob’s Ladder” – has been used to label just about anything you can think of. For instance, Jacob’s Ladder has been used as the title of a movie and a mini-series, it’s the name of a plant, a type of body piercing (don’t look this up), a kid’s toy, electric companies, even workout equipment, among other things. Often times when this story is told or replayed in our minds, the thing that is focused on the most is the ladder and the angels ascending and descending upon it. What is often passed over, or seldom remembered, is the fact that Jacob was unknowingly in the presence of Almighty God. Some of us have been in the presence of God and we didn’t know it. Some of you right now, have no idea that God is in this place! We’ve totally missed God at work in our lives.
My goal and hope today is to encourage you and to inspire you to look for God whenever you are going through periods of darkness in your own life. Today, we’ll look at 3 key pieces from the life of Jacob. We’ll look at the darkness that surrounded Jacob, the place Jacob was in, and Jacob’s confession about God. Read more
A couple of weeks ago Isleigh handed me a letter to read. The letter was addressed to her sister Celeste. Celeste is a high school senior who has been in the BCC Learning Center since elementary. It has truly been encouraging to watch Celeste grow over the years. People who really know Celeste would most likely describe her as, driven, focused, highly intelligent, and a leader – just to name a few. Read more
This message of the Gospel shall be preached to all nations – then the end will come (Matt. 24:17).
It’s pretty incredible to think, that in our day and age, with so much “connectivity”, so much social interaction, and with the availability of information at our fingertips, there still exists people who have