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Senior Adults

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Today, older adults are mobile, missional, and seeking ways to apply their talents and gifts. Some are retired and others are not. Many of the 65+ adults are active and committed Christians still able to make a significant impact in the lives of others. For this reason, the BGCO is here to assist churches to equip older adults with skills to make a difference in their family, church and community for the Glory of God.

The Senior Adult ministry is an integral part of the Family & Men’s Ministries of the BGCO.  To explore the other areas within the Family & Men’s Ministry and how you can be a part of those ministries, use the button links below.

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The Oklahoma Baptist senior adult ministry exists to assist Southern Baptist churches and associations as they encourage, enlist and engage senior adults to fulfill the following two objectives.

The Great Commission (Matthew 28:19-20) & The Great Commandment (Matthew 22:37-38)
Keith Burkhart BGCO Specialist 2016

Keith Burkhart

Family & Men’s Ministry Specialist, BGCO

kburkhart@bgco.org – (405)942-3800, ext.4649
Keith has served Oklahoma churches since 2007 as the Family and Men’s Ministry Specialist for the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma. Keith is passionate about helping churches develop spiritually strong men and families who impact their communities for the Kingdom of God. Through the “Rewired” state men’s retreat, men from all over Oklahoma and surrounding states are discovering new ways to live out their faith. Keith is the state leader for Oklahoma Faith Riders motorcycle ministry, where he privileged to work with an incredible team of lay leaders overseeing close to 70 chapters. Keith is also a contributor to Lifeway’s Marriage and Family’s blog, titled Power of the Home. Keith began his ministry at First Southern Del City where he served for 10 years. Before entering the ministry in 1997, Keith was a business owner for seventeen years and served in the United States Army Reserves for 21 years. Keith has been married for over 35 years and is the proud father of 10 children and 8 grandchildren.

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