What If: Glorieta Collegiate Week 2016

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What if… The question “what if” is one of many possibilities. It is precisely this open-ended question that students from the QSBC College ministry spent the past week answering at Glorieta Collegiate Week.   Glorieta Collegiate Week is a 5-day camp in Glorieta, New ...

Fostering Connections: Jobs For Life

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Losing a job has been labeled one of the most stressful experiences an individual can go through, and unfortunately, with the recent downturn of the energy field, this is a reality for thousands of Oklahomans. Oftentimes unemployment and underemployment have a large impact on a person’s ...

Moving Up: Challenges for College Freshmen

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Think back to your freshman year of college and to the very first time you stepped onto your college campus. You may have been ready for life away from your parents and the freedom that comes along with it, but you were also probably anxious about finding your place in a circle of friends, in your ...

A Person of Peace: Paris 2016

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The “City of Lights”, the “City of Love”, the Louvre, and the Eiffel Tower—these are what people think of when they think of Paris, France. What most people don’t think of is a city that is lost and yearning for the love of God. However, Paris is just ...

Pouring Out: Unconditional Service

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Babies, toddlers, preschoolers. Janet Bittick has seen it all when it comes to serving at QSBC. Janet’s heart for children has led her to serve in QSBC’s Children’s ministry for a number of years as a sunday school teacher. The Children’s ministry on a Sunday morning is ...

Never Too Young: Serving Despite Age

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Sunday Morning. It’s the busiest day of the week for QSBC with people coming, going, and worshipping. With all of this action comes a lot of work from a lot of different people, and while some of this work may go unnoticed, there is one person whose job is to be seen be all who come in on a ...

Made to Serve

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It’s 6:00pm on a Wednesday night and the student center is buzzing. Middle and High School students alike mingle about ready for a night of fellowship and worship. Laughter echoes, stories are told, and friendships are built. It’s here, in the middle of this controlled chaos where ...

Disciples of All Nations

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“The nations have come to us. What are we going to do about it?”   When we think of “the nations” we often think of traveling to far away places, meeting people who have no idea what the English language sounds like, and being immersed in a culture much different ...

A Persistent Pursuit

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When Mark’s father-in-law was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, it was so much more than his physical health that he was worried about. Long before the Four4Four initiative here at QSBC, Mark’s father-in-law, Mike, was on his heart and in his prayers. From the time Mark, the ...

Praying With Expectation

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Why do we pray? What happens when we pray without visible results? Does prayer really make a difference? For so many of us, these questions seem to resonate within us. We’ve prayed and seen little to no results. We’ve prayed and seen people reject the Gospel. We’ve prayed and ...

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