Meetings: When: First Thursday of each month, 11:30 AM 12:45 PM Where:City Rescue
Mission chapel, 800 W. California Ave., OKC, OK 73106
(Please enter the chapel via the NE entrance at the corner of Shartel &
California avenues) Cost: N.C. (Donations
welcomed for Bibles & TttR; cash, check or credit card accepted) RSVP via Eventbrite (www.ocf-okc.eventbrite.com)
prior to 6 AM on the Wednesday before Thursday lunch. For more information contact: Max Holloway (firstname.lastname@example.org), OCF-OKC Chapter Leader. Randy Patterson, 405-517-0820 (cell/text),email@example.com,
firstname.lastname@example.org; OCF-OKC Director of Communications Also Visit: www.oilfieldprayerbreakfastokc.net
January 5 Lunch - Jason Pigott, EVP Operations, Chesapeake Energy. February 2 Lunch Bob Jackson, Chaps Oilfield Service. March 2 Lunch Lindsy Graham, Chaparral Energy. April 6 Lunch Jerad Benyshek, XTO Energy. May 4 Lunch "It's a Guy Thing, Builders of Hope", CRM annual fundraising lunch. June 1 Lunch Eric Pope, warrior for God, pastor, sales & marketing, champion. July 6 Lunch Shelton family (Kurt, Mary & family, recipients of a "new home") August 3 Lunch Angie Fenton, Downhole Chemical Solutions. September 7 Lunch Sammy Graham, Cudd Energy Services. October 5 Lunch Rocky Freeman, Completions Engineer, Continental Resources. October 19 - Oilfield Prayer Breakfast 2017, Richard Spears, Guest Speaker (Tower Hotel, 3233 NW Expressway, OKC); https://oilfieldprayerbreakfastokc.net. November 2 Lunch Kevin Lafferty, Sr. VP of E&P, Devon Energy. November 17 - 14th Annual OCF/TttR Turkey Delivery to CRM; caravan from meat market to CRM; plan to load at 11:15 AM and leave for CRM by 11:25 AM. December 7 Lunch Apollo Woods, Schlumberger.
Armadillo Jim uses the 'little armored' animals to teach spiritual message at Monte Cassino
Jim (Tulsa Chapter Director Jim Schmidt) uses the little armored
animals to teach spiritual message to students at Monte Cassino
By Bill Sherman
The roar of 400 screaming
children shook the auditorium at Monte Cassino Elementary School on
Tuesday afternoon, as they jumped to their feet and cheered two
armadillos racing toward a finish line where Catholic Bishop David
Konderla waited with a checkered flag.
The Armadillo Derby was the conclusion of an hourlong show by "Armadillo Jim Schmidt and his Put On Your Armor team.
Earlier in the fast-paced,
high-energy program, Schmidt talked about armadillos, weaving in
messages about Gods love, treating others right and avoiding the
pitfalls of life, including cruel texting and bullying.
"Armadillos are a great teaching tool. Theyve been with me for almost 40 years, Schmidt said after the program. To read more of the article click HERE