Pastor’s Corner


Dr Mike TignorI am Dr Mike Tignor, the Senior Pastor at First Baptist Church of Midwest City.  Let me be the first to invite you to join us at FBC MWC.

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From the Pastor’s Desk 2/4/2016

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From the Pastor’s Desk 2/4/2016

Men’s Day This Sunday, February 7   Guest Speaker:    J.C. Watts Former  US Congressman & OU Quarterback   All Men’s Choir: Meet in Choir Suite after Sunday School ...

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From the Pastor’s Desk 1/28/2016

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From the Pastor’s Desk 1/28/2016

I am looking forward to our annual Men’s Day worship and after-service fellowship lunch this next Sunday February 7th! Our speaker will be J.C. Watts. You may know him as a former stand-out quarterback for the Oklahoma Sooners and a former U.S. Congressman from Oklahoma. But did you know that he is an ordained Southern Baptist minister and served as a youth minister at Sunnylane Baptist Church in Del City? Did you also know that he was recently named President and CEO of Feed the Children by its Board of Directors (effective February 2)? The...

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From the Pastor’s Desk 1/21/2016

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From the Pastor’s Desk 1/21/2016

Sunday’s Pulpit Guest Dr. Anthony Jordan Executive Director/Treasurer Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma   **************************************************************** State-Wide Prayer Gathering Sunday, January 24th, 5:30 p.m. Southern Hills Baptist Church | 8601 S Pennsylvania Ave, Oklahoma City, OK (In support of the BGCO Prayer Gathering our evening service is being transferred to Southern Hills BC)   ...

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From the Pastor’s Desk 1/14/2016

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From the Pastor’s Desk 1/14/2016

Are you feeling “down” today? Are you discouraged because of what happened recently?  In a weak moment, did you stumble and fall by yielding to temptation? The truth is – we all “fall down” at one time or another. However, there is something worse than falling down and that’s staying down. We who have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ will occasionally stumble and fall, but we will not be content until we are restored and put back on our “spiritual feet” again. The Apostle John wrote, “If we say that we have no...

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From the Pastor’s Desk 1/7/2016

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From the Pastor’s Desk 1/7/2016

It was New Year’s Day 1929. The University of California at Berkeley was playing Georgia Tech in college football’s Rose Bowl.  A California defensive player recovered a Georgia Tech fumble and ran 65 yards – in the wrong direction! One of the young man’s own teammates tackled him just before he reached the wrong goal line. On the next play, Georgia Tech scored and went on to win the game. From that day on, that confused football player was labeled with the nickname “Wrong-way.” For years afterward, whenever he...

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From the Pastor’s Desk 12-24-2015

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From the Pastor’s Desk 12-24-2015

  An artist was painting a winter scene. Snow covered the ground and the pine trees. Night was falling, resulting in semi-darkness. A log cabin was barely visible in the background. It was a gloomy scene. Then the artist used some yellow tints to put the cheerful glow of a lamp in one of the cabin windows. That single light completely transformed the painting. In contrast to the cold darkness of the surrounding forest, the light in the window created a warm feeling of love and security. What happened on that canvas should be a reminder of...

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From the Pastor’s Desk 12-17-2015

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From the Pastor’s Desk 12-17-2015

I hope you are blessed by the following Christmas quotes:   “Christmas is not just an annual holiday. It is not a day to glorify selfishness and   materialism. Christmas is the celebration of the event that set heaven to singing,       an event that gave the stars of the night sky a new brilliance.”  Billy Graham   “The angels’ visit to the shepherds became the first Christmas celebration. It’s as though heaven and earth were celebrating it together, as though a portal to glory  had been opened...

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From the Pastor’s Desk 12-10-2015

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From the Pastor’s Desk 12-10-2015

Special Pulpit guest Sunday morning December 13 Dr. Tom Eliff   Dr. Elliff served as the President of The International Mission Board from 2011-2014, in addition to serving as the IMB’s Senior Vice-President for Spiritual Nurture and Church Relations from 2005-2009. Tom has also been a pastor for forty-two years, during which time he served two terms as president of the Southern Baptist Convention and one term as president of the SBC Pastor’s Conference. ...

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From the Pastor’s Desk 12-3-2015

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From the Pastor’s Desk 12-3-2015

I want to share the following portion of a devotional entitled, Be Careful this Christmas, written by Dr. Charles Swindoll as we enter the Christmas season:   Dr. Seuss wasn’t thinking of me when he wrote, How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Charles Dickens would not have asked me to play Scrooge in his story. In spite of what you may read later, remember that! I’m not anti-Christmas, nor do I brandish the overused bumper sticker, “Put Christ Back into Christmas.” Our family has a tree every year. We exchange presents, play Christmas...

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From the Pastor’s Desk 11/25/2015

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From the Pastor’s Desk 11/25/2015

This Sunday begins the Week of Prayer for International Missions and the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering. The SBC national goal is $175 million; our goal is $20,000. The ministries of over 4,000 missionaries are made possible largely because of this offering; in fact, over 50% of the IMB operating budget comes from this offering. But remember that 100% of your offering actually reaches the mission fields; nothing is taken out of the offering to go to administrative or overhead expenses. This year’s theme is “Because of Who He is.” Begin...

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