Serving Locally

Giving:  Faith Bible chooses to empower our congregation to give to our missionaries directly, through designated giving, instead of the church leadership choosing where to send funds.

You can give to a missionary by writing the amount you want to give in the memo of your check when you place it into our offering slots located throughout the church building or you if you give online, you will designate your gift towards the mission partner(s) of your choice through the drop down menu.

UCO StuMo

StuMo's purpose is to build leaders for Christ from the college campuses of the world. The UCO staff team evangelizes, establishes students in their faith, and equips them to be spiritual leaders for the rest of their lives. Corey and Brooke Makeever, Leah Salas, and Deven Huddleston are all FBC members and are full-time staff members for UCO StuMo (Student Mobilization).

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How to Serve:

  • StuMo Conference (SMC) Volunteer - Every January 2-5, StuMo hosts a national conference in Dallas for thousands of college students.
  • Meals - Approximately 40 student leaders gather bi-weekly for trainings.
  • Give - Click here to donate to Corey and Brooke Makeever, Leah Salas, or Deven Huddleston.

How to Pray:

  • Pray that the StuMo staff and student leaders would faithfully walk with Jesus and make disciples.
  • Pray that God would raise up leaders from all social spheres on campus.

More Information:

Email Deven Huddleston if you are interested in serving.
For updates and current prayer needs or more info, email a request to be added to their newsletters:
Leah.salas@stumo.org
corey.makeever@stumo.org
deven.huddleston@stumo.org

Visit:
pioneerstumo.org
stumo.org

Edmond Young Life

Young Life's mission is to introduce adolescents (middle school, high school, and college students) to Jesus Christ and help them grow in their faith. FBC member Paul Walker is the Director for Edmond.

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How to Serve:

  • Volunteer:
    • Volunteer Leader (faith mentor)
    • Wyld Life (middle school): one night/week
    • Young Life (high school): one night/week
    • Capernaum (high school students with special needs): one night every other week
    • Young Life College: one night/week
    • Edmond Committee (adult leadership, help with fundraisers and prayer): once/month
    • Parent Team (host or provide snacks, supplies for events; connectors with school administrators; provide support to staff and leaders)
  • Prayer Team - Receive updated prayer requests bi-weekly via text or email
  • Give Support through monthly or one time donations here (designate Area "OK26").

How to Pray:

  • Provision of volunteer leaders across our four ministries
  • Provision of financial support

More Information:

Fill out this form to volunteer or email Paul Walker (director and FBC member) here.

Hope Pregnancy Center

Hope Pregnancy Center's mission is to help young men and women have hope and choose life in the midst of an unplanned pregnancy.

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How to Serve:

  • Weekly Volunteering - Client care specialists provide accurate education on all pregnancy options, empowering moms and dads to make informed decisions. Nurse and sonographer volunteers. Empowered parenting mentors facilitate group and one-on-one parenting classes. Men, women and married couples needed. Boutique Workers. And interns! Volunteer application
  • Service project volunteers - Round up an ABF or small group and come help the center by getting our flower beds ready for spring, labeling Bibles to identify the gospel for our clients who do not know how to use the Bible, and/or hanging door knockers on apartment doors to reach college age students, bring dinner for our Monday night empowered parenting classes to bless moms and dads and handout information about Faith Bible Church. There are always new, current needs for a group!
  • Give here
  • Take a tour of the facility to be more aware and informed of the ministry!

How to Pray:

  • Clients would come to know the Lord when they hear the gospel message.
  • Clients who are in the midst of an unplanned pregnancy would choose life.

More Information:

Director Emilie Blount
eblount@obhc.org
(405) 330-0200

More info: obhc.org/hope
Facebook: PartnersforHope
For clients: https://thinkimpregnant.org

Jail Ministry

Oklahoma Jail and Prison Ministries provides chaplains, personnel, and resources to bring the good news of Jesus Christ to those incarcerated, and to equip them for life and service.

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How to Serve:

  • Volunteer at the county jail (3 hrs/week)
  • Give here

How to Pray:

  • Pray that OJPM volunteers would be allowed to come back to the jails soon. They are not allowed due to COVID and the chaplains are backlogged with requests from inmates.

More Information:

Click here or email FBC member Karen Serpan.

FaithWorks of the Inner City

Started and directed by FBC member Sally Goin in 2003, FWIC is a community development ministry dedicated to families living in the Shidler-Wheeler neighborhood, located in southeast Oklahoma City. Their mission is to provide for the physical, educational, and spiritual needs of families. They provide after-school programs and a pre-school for children, a teen work program, employment for community families, educational and spiritual resources, opportunities for homeownership, and own and maintain a community thrift store.

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How to Serve:

  • L.I.F.T. ( Learning Is Fun Together) - an enrichment program with 1st-4th graders; curriculum is provided. Each Thursday throughout the school year, 3p.m.- 4:30p.m. at FaithWorks of the Inner City Community Center, 1300 S. Byers Ave., OKC 73129
  • Shidler Ambassadors - assisting teachers at Shidler Elementary School with classroom preparations, encouragement, occasional faculty lunches and gifts, providing resources for classrooms. Volunteer time depends on needs of teacher assigned. Volunteers would work as a group resource for the school. Shidler Elementary School, 1415 S. Byers Ave., OKC 73129
  • "Specials" - "Special" class (30-45 min.) providing something "special" for children in after- school program at Faithworks: games, reading alound to them, drama, dance, singing, crafts, games, etc. Tuesdays 3:45-4:30p.m. at FaithWorks of the Inner City Community Center, 1300 S. Byers Ave., OKC 73129
  • Donations of gently used clothing (men, women, children), household items, furniture to the Shidler-Wheeler Thrift Store (owned and operated by FaithWorks of the Inner City)
    Pickup and delivery person for larger items donated to the Shidler-Wheeler Thrift Store.

How to Pray:

  • Pray for our community to come to know Jesus Christ.
  • Pray for wisdom for our staff as we minister to this community and provision of needs.

More Information:

Visit faithworksokc.com
Email or call Sally Goin (405) 826-1911