A Message From Fr. Chris – Aug 17

“You have heard that it was said,  ‘You shall love your neighbor and hate your enemy.’  But I say to you, Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you, so that you may be sons of your Father who is in heaven.” Matthew 5:43-45 (ESV)    Fr. Christopher Waters Over the past week, talk of the violent […]

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Least of These

“Dear friends, since God so loved us, we also ought to love one another.” 1 John 4:11     By Janey Waters Whenever I think about God’s love for us, I become amazed, overwhelmed, and humbled.  Not so much about His ability, but because of His willingness to love us while we are sinning. Once in prayer, I […]

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From My Perspective: A Message From Fr. Chris

FROM MY PERSPECTIVE: A MESSAGE FROM FR. CHRIS On Wednesday morning of this week, a group of pastors joined me at Mowery Chapel for prayer. As is our tradition, a church will host the group for two months. On each final Wednesday at that church, the pastors focus their attention on praying for the hosting pastor and his […]

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From My Point of View – Apr 26

FROM MY POINT OF VIEW: A MESSAGE FROM FR. CHRIS This Sunday, I have been invited to Trinity Presbyterian Church to give a testimony about the difference a pastors’ prayer group has made in my life. My testimony, which appears below, is not really about prayer groups, but about people who are hurting in the […]

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Evening Prayer Services at T.U.

Join us Sunday evenings at 7:00pm in Sharp Chapel at The University of Tulsa for our weekly evening prayer service.  Father Brad Van Deventer, Saint Paul’s Mission Priest, will be celebrating a traditional Anglican Evening Prayer Service from the Book of Common Prayer. TU students, staff, and faculty are invited to attend, along with anyone […]

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A Different Way of Praying

Last Wednesday night, nine of us gathered in the church to pray for the church. I asked them to pray in a different manner than they have probably prayed before. I asked them to let their imaginations go into a safe place and there to invite the Lord to come and be with them and […]

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