Multiplying Disciples, Multiplying Ministries
What happens when Southern Baptists invest in making disciples on college/university campuses? Lives are transformed by the gospel. Missionaries are sent. New churches and ministries are planted around the globe. The Cooperative Program is the key way we partner together to reach students and to reach the world for Christ.
Leaders with the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma (BGCO) have accepted a contract with the University of Oklahoma Board of Regents for the purchase of the BGCO’s present University of Oklahoma (OU) Baptist Collegiate Ministry (BCM) property. Read More…
“We are delighted with this development and believe this is a mutually beneficial arrangement for our ministry and the University, as well. The property previously occupied by our ministry meets a need for the University, and the new ground lease site from OU will place our ministry in a strategic location on campus, closer to the students we serve.”
—Dr. Anthony L. Jordan, BGCO Executive Director-Treasurer
I have been challenged to get out of my comfort zone and speak about Jesus every chance there is. Also, to have a quiet time. Also, to memorize verses. In general, I have been challenged to grow in knowledge of God, to allow him to purposefully drive His will for the world through me."
The BCM has been an awesome group to be a part of and connection to churches that will help me walk with God throughout college."