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Religion briefs for May 19

Religion briefs for May 19
Oklahoman Published: May 19, 2012


Baptist church to host revival

A revival focusing on youths and their parents is set for Sunday through Tuesday at Beth Haven Baptist Church, 12400 S Western.

Services will be at 6 p.m. Sunday and 7 p.m. Monday and Tuesday.

Beth Haven's youth pastor, the Rev. Rick Franklin, said the meetings are designed to give teens and their parents or guardians the tools to address issues facing young people in today's world. Messages will be based on a biblical perspective and intended to encourage young people and their parents to draw closer.

Franklin, who will be conducting the meetings, said the messages are designed to help raise parents' awareness.

“The world is taking a toll on our young kids today,” Franklin said. “We need to understand what God has to say about these issues. If we don't get a hold of these principles, we'll lose our kids to the world.”

Franklin said the community is invited to attend.

For more information, call 691-6990 or go to

Iconography class is planned

An iconography class titled “Creating Sacred Images: Icons on Glass” will begin Monday and continue through Friday on the St. Gregory's University campus.

The summer class will be from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily and will be taught by Rodica Focseneanu Cunningham and Christopher Cunningham.

Cost is $50 for materials.

For more information, call Sheryl Cozad at 878-5162, email or go to

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