0 0 0 comments Metro Yukon churches present united front BY CARLA HINTON • Modified: August 10, 2010 at 11:31 am • Published: August 4, 2010 YUKON — The Rev. Tom Arnould said Yukon churches can be described by a single word: unity. Arnould, 46, is senior pastor of Good News Church and president of the Yukon Ministerial Alliance. close Your browser does not support iframes. He said the... Oklahoman subscribers have access to this article. Unlock it below. Sign In Unlock with your Oklahoman username and password. Activate Get FREE access with your Oklahoman print subscription. Subscribe Subscribe to The Oklahoman Full Access. What is this? Learn more. 0 0 0 0 Submit Letter NewsOK.com has disabled the comments for this article. natural gas Facts Liquefied Natural Gas: A Clean, Safe, Reliable Fuel. www.lngfacts.org Search Roomster Now Apartments, Roommates, Sublets www.Roomster.com Ads by Yahoo! × Trending news Article Oklahoma authorities conduct meth raids in Lindsay Advertisement Related Multimedia 6 Article Gallery: Yukon churches present united front Related Articles Kirkpatrick Family Farm offers a chance to experience country life Everything is big at Express Ranches Czech Fest helps keep culture alive Yukon churches present united front Robertson Activity Center erases senior stereotypes Yukon residents have golf options Trending Now 41942Oklahoma authorities conduct meth raids in Lindsay 22600Bedlam behaving badly: Bad blood between OSU and OU at an all-time high 20428Rescuers on icy Oklahoma pond find naked man inside guitar case 17825Texas wants to redraw border with Oklahoma 16528Teen accused of killing 4 in DUI escapes jail sentence 10026Oklahoma football: Starting quarterback remains a question mark 9187Was the Sugar Bowl's selection of Oklahoma over Oregon purely a business decision?