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1 John 1:3 “. . . Our fellowship is with the Father and with His Son, Jesus Christ.”

December 2008

Dear Jesus
by Mike Chaffin

Happy Birthday Jesus
here are many names for Jesus but I hope that you can call him ‘Savior’ this Christmas. Advocate (1 John 2:1)Almighty (Rev. 1:8; Mt. 28:18) Alpha and Omega (Rev. 1:8; 2:13) Amen (Rev. 3:14) Apostle of our Profession (Heb. 3:1) Atoning Sacrifice for our Sins (1 John 2:2) Author of Life (Acts 3:15) Author and Perfecter of our Faith (Heb. 12:2) Author of Salvation (Heb. 2:10) Beginning and End (Rev. 22:13) Blessed and only Ruler (1 Tim. 6:15) Bread of God (John 6:33) Bread of Life (John 6:35; 6:48) Bridegroom (Mt. 9:15) Capstone (Acts 4:11; 1 Pet. 2:7) Chief Cornerstone (Eph. 2:20) Chief Shepherd (1 Pet. 5:4) Christ (1 John 2:22) Creator (John 1:3) Deliverer (Rom. 11:26) Eternal Life (1 John 1:2; 5:20) Faithful and True (Rev. 19:11) Faithful Witness (Rev. 1:5) Faithful and True Witness (Rev. 3:14) First and Last (Rev. 1:17; 2:8; 22:13) Firstborn From the Dead (Rev. 1:5) Firstborn over all creation (Col. 1:15) Gate (John 10:9) God (John 1:1; 20:28; Heb. 1:8; Rom. 9:5; 2 Pet. 1:1;1 John 5:20; etc.) Good Shepherd (John 10:11,14) Great Shepherd (Heb. 13:20) Great High Priest (Heb. 4:14) Head of the Church (Eph. 1:22; 4:15; 5:23) Heir of all things (Heb. 1:2) High Priest (Heb. 2:17) Holy and True (Rev. 3:7) Holy One (Acts 3:14) Hope (1 Tim. 1:1) Hope of Glory (Col. 1:27) Horn of Salvation (Luke 1:69) I Am (John 8:58) Image of God (2 Cor. 4:4) Immanuel (Mt. 1:23) Judge of the living and the dead (Acts 10:42) King Eternal (1 Tim. 1:17) King of Israel (John 1:49) King of the Jews (Mt. 27:11) King of kings (1 Tim 6:15; Rev. 19:16) King of the Ages (Rev. 15:3) Lamb (Rev. 13:8) Lamb of God (John 1:29) Lamb Without Blemish (1 Pet. 1:19) Last Adam (1 Cor. 15:45) Life (John 14:6; Col. 3:4)
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“Merry Christmas Jesus,” little Sally prayed. “My daddy said you were born in a stable. I thought that would be really scary, but my mommy said you weren’t scared. She said you didn’t even cry! That was really brave.” “Then an Angel appeared to shepherds in the field and told them you had been born. Those shepherds were sure frightened. They were shaking so much the Angel had to tell them not to be afraid. After they were told the good news about you they decided to come see you. I bet a lot of the little lambs came with them to see who it was that was going to be taking their place. I can just see those lambs almost running ahead of those poor shepherds to get to see you. Did you smile and wink at them when they came up to the manger to nuzzle your cheek?” “Later, three wise men followed a star to get to worship you and bring you birthday presents. Those guys were really smart to be able to find you and daddy says that gold, frankincense and myrrh are really expensive, so they must have been really rich as well. That means when you were born you told the poorest, most uneducated people and the smartest, richest people you had come to bring the Kingdom of God to earth. You’re the Savior of the whole world! I don’t know what I’m getting for Christmas this year but nothing could ever be better than the present you gave me. YOU! Merry Christmas, Jesus. Amen.”

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Fourth Annual Sporting Clays Success!
- Houston Chapter

OCF Chapter News - Dallas/Fort Worth

DFW Sporting Clays

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e had 19 teams participate in this years Sporting Clays event held again at Weatherford’s private 300-acre retreat on the Brazos River and west of Rosharon south of Houston.

he 1st Annual Dallas/Fort Worth Sporting Clays event was held November 6 at Alpine Gun Club in the Fort Worth Area. All total we had 94 Shooters and numerous volunteers. This was a joint event between Dallas OCF Chapter & the Fort Worth Chapter, which will be alternated between Dallas area & Forth Worth Area. Next year it will be held in the Dallas area at Elm Fork Shooting Range and about the same time as this year. This event was to spread the Word of God and to benefit “Oil Patch Chaplains Ministry”. This event has raised in excess of $10,000.00 and will be given to “Oil Patch Chaplains” Tom Beddow to further the ministry in helping Oil Patch workers & families during times of strife. Listed below are the D/FW OCF Committee who gave their time to help put this on. D/FW OCF Sporting Clay Committee: P.J. Edsall-EnCana Oil & Gas Scott Royal Encore Energy Partners H.A. “Hoss” Smith-Knight Oil Tools Alan McNaughton-FMC Technologies Larry Narrell-Newpark Dale Carr-BJ Services Rob Smith-Smith Services Steve Boyd- Integrity Directional Ron Taylor-NOV Brandt Don Bishop-Knight Oil Tools

Bobby Blanchard was our top shooter with a 93, Kent Coder team won the AA class top distinction397, Doug McDonald team, A class354, Jim Lewis team, B class – 337, Mike Oliphant team C class - 325 and finally the Jeremy Daniel Team, D class – 274

left to right committee and volunteers: Alan McNaughton, Donny Meadows, Steve Boyd, David Gautreaux, P.J. Edsall, Don Bishop, Scott Royal, H.A. “Hoss” Smith
Thanks to all the hole sponsors; Key Energy, Boots and Coots, Halliburton, New Tech Engineering and Knight Oil Tools. Also a big thanks to Nevis who unbelievably supplied all the shells for a second year and kudos to Logan Oil Tools for cooking breakfast and lunch for the fourth year for us! And we might die of thirst if it wasn’t for Signa Engineering supplying the drinks each year. And last but least, a great big thanks to Weatherford and the employees who helped out and let us use their facilities and throwing machines for the fourth year in a row. First Class!!
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Only with God’s help can we expect this event in grow in 2009 so we can continue to be a servants of God in spreading His Word.

Bird’s Eye View
by John Bird

Road Warriors

— What happens in a real deer camp

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Part ‘deux’
sandwich meat, and a large container of whole Jalapenos (“Makes you ‘regler.”) And while on this subject, proctologist love hunting season because in most camps, no one is “regler”, thus making deer hunting season his best time of the year for seeing new patients. I know this personally as shared by my doctor in Corpus when we lived there. In fact, ladies you would be glad to know that, unlike at home, the average camp commode lid is usually always down because of such little usage. (TMI!) While on the subject of lids and things, unlike at home, almost all cupboards are also kept closed. You see in the sometime small quarters of camps, i.e. trailers; if a door is open and someone bangs his head during the night, let’s just say that it will be a short night for everyone within hearing. The other thing that happens at deer camp that usually does not happen at home is that we men will wash the dishes. However, that is only after we’ve gone through all the mismatched plates and glassware, then all the plastic wear and actually eating with our hands; -then we will wash the dishes. Why do we men hunt you might ask? Not meaning to be sexist, and by the way I have no idea what sexist means, the reason that we men hunt is the same reason that sociologist tell us that women occasionally go through what is described as ‘nesting’. ‘Nesting’ is a woman’s uncontrollable urge to rearrange all the furniture in the house including the two ton, upright piano she played as a kid. This can occur at any time but usually happens when Texas Tech is down by one point, there are only eight seconds left on the clock, and you have just finished your fourth piece of pecan pie alamode. “Hun, why you wanna do this just now?!” These hunting and nesting desires that God has put in each of us to bring comfort and sustenance to our families, gives the man and woman almost uncanny strength and dexterity for the tasks. For example, that same demure, 120-pound wife of yours who normally needs help carrying the laundry from the utility room to the bedroom is now capable of pushing and even lifting heavy bulky furniture with seemingly wanton abandon. In comparison, we men can actually sit

ast week I wrote about how we road warriors (deer hunters) prepare for deer hunting: sighting our guns in, taking all of the road warrior-like contraptions to camp, etc. This month I want to give those who don’t hunt a look at some of the things that go on in some of the deer camps. The women will be especially interested because most men share very few details with their wives as to what really happens when they go hunting. Wife: “Well, how was your hunting trip?” Husband: “Gotta’ a little four point…. what’s for dinner. I’m starved.” Camp Foods There are four basic food groups found at camp: 1. All kinds of cookies; preferably double stuffed, chocolate covered Oreos and their close cousins. 2. Meat, lots of heavily marbled thick red meat, “jes burn mine on both sides”, with pork chops a close second and slab bacon for breakfast. 3. Soft drinks; all the toxic flavors that mothers would never think of bringing home to Junior because if he drank them he might try parachuting off the barn with an umbrella or start chasing cars with the dog. 4. And finally, every sort of greasy corn and potato chip known to humanity; along with a myriad of obligatory fiery salsa companions. (“You think that’s hot?! Taste a scoop of this ‘un partner!”) There are of course many sub food groups found lying around camp in varying degrees of decay. First, there is the famous Honey Bun. This legendary item sometimes makes up ninety percent of what some hunters call a hearty meal before they trudge off to the field at 4:30 AM. These, along with two or three cups of someone’s idea of what coffee should taste like, can provide nourishment to the hunter for as long as thirty minutes after arriving at his blind. Of course if you are a fisherman and have ever turned over your boat you would know that they also serve as an excellent flotation device. Other foods found in a deer camp are giant biscuits, jams, jellies (always speckled with bits of butter) peanuts in the shell, a jar of bubble gum, a gallon can of sorghum syrup someone purchased along the highway and similar to what I used to mix with cattle feed,

alone in the woods in freezing weather for hours without so much as a blackberry, radio or TV while all the while ever searching the horizon for game. And, if we are lucky enough to kill a large buck, hopefully for just the next hour or so we wrestle the deer into the dying cock roach position, gut it and then covered with blood and dirt, drag our prize to the side of the road. And miraculously this done on just two honey buns! Why it’s supernatural! Steak and Lobster This is what a family of four could dine on twice a week for the next twelve months if one had all the money spent on the yearly hunt. The meat probably figures out to somewhere near $25 a pound; $50 if you have the head mounted. Bonding Perhaps you have heard that the chief reason that men hunt is for bonding with one another. Further, I’ll bet that many women become just a little jealous of who these strangers are that their husbands supposedly bond. Let me just put this bonding thing to rest. After three days of stale jokes, stale honey buns, embellished hunting stories, ill-prepared food, the odor of ten men packed in a trailer, bed bug bites, getting up at 3 AM every day, bone-chilling cold and perhaps not even seeing a deer, we men are not bonded! We are sick of each other! Who we are really bonded to even more than when we left, is our wives! What we guys are really thinking of as we hastily throw all of our belonging in the truck to go home is not how much more we now think of Tom, Dick or Harry but rather: “I WISH I WAS HOME RIGHT NOW WITH MAMA!” So women, want to put a new spark in your marriage? Just send Papa on a long hunt in the dead of winter with a bunch of hairy men. I promise that you will not regret it! --------------------------------------------------------------But guess what! You don’t have to wait until hunting season to put a permanent sparkle in your marriage. You can ‘bond’ with Christ today by inviting Him into your lives and make Him the center of your marriage. He will be the Holy glue that keeps you and your mate together forever. Moreover, remember, you won’t have to hunt for this peace for He is already at your door step waiting for your knock.
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Happy Birthday Jesus . . .continued from p. 1
Light of the World (John 8:12) Lion of the Tribe of Judah (Rev. 5:5) Living One (Rev. 1:18) Living Stone (1 Pet. 2:4) Lord (2 Pet. 2:20) Lord of All (Acts 10:36) Lord of Glory (1 Cor. 2:8) Lord of lords (Rev. 19:16) Man from Heaven (1 Cor. 15:48) Mediator of the New Covenant (Heb. 9:15) Mighty God (Isa. 9:6) Morning Star (Rev. 22:16) Offspring of David (Rev. 22:16) Only Begotten Son of God (John 1:18; 1 John 4:9) Our Great God and Savior (Titus 2:13) Our Holiness (1 Cor. 1:30) Our Husband (2 Cor. 11:2) Our Protection (2 Thess. 3:3) Our Redemption (1 Cor. 1:30) Our Righteousness (1 Cor. 1:30) Our Sacrificed Passover Lamb (1 Cor. 5:7) Power of God (1 Cor. 1:24) Precious Cornerstone (1 Pet. 2:6) Prophet (Acts 3:22) Rabbi (Mt. 26:25) Resurrection and Life (John 11:25) Righteous Branch (Jer. 23:5) Righteous One (Acts 7:52; 1 John 2:1) Rock (1 Cor. 10:4) Root of David (Rev. 5:5; 22:16) Ruler of God’s Creation (Rev. 3:14) Ruler of the Kings of the Earth (Rev. 1:5) Savior (Eph. 5:23; Titus 1:4; 3:6; 2 Pet. 2:20) Son of David (Lk. 18:39) Son of God (John 1:49; Heb. 4:14) Son of Man (Mt. 8:20) Son of the Most High God (Lk. 1:32) Source of Eternal Salvation for all who obey him (Heb. 5:9) The One Mediator (1 Tim. 2:5) The Stone the builders rejected (Acts 4:11) True Bread (John 6:32) True Light (John 1:9) True Vine (John 15:1) Truth (John 1:14; 14:6) Way (John 14:6) Wisdom of God (1 Cor. 1:24) Word (John 1:1) Word of God (Rev. 19:13) LK 2:8 And there were shepherds living out in the fields nearby, keeping watch over their flocks at night. 9 An angel of the Lord appeared to them, and the glory of the Lord shone around them, and they were terrified. 10 But the angel said to them, “Do not be afraid. I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people. 11 Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; he is Christ the Lord. 12 This will be a sign to you: You will find a baby wrapped in cloths and lying in a manger.” LK 2:13 Suddenly a great company of the heavenly host appeared with the angel, praising God and saying, LK 2:14 “Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace to men on whom his favor rests.”

First Oilfield Christian Fellowship Leadership Forum Held at Texas A&M

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or two years senior A&M P.E. student Jonathan Wells has been praying and working toward putting together an OCF leadership forum for the Petroleum Engineering department at A&M. Finally it came to fruition this past October 15th. On a stormy night, 35 students from literally all over the globe, from China to the Middle East, braved the elements to meet in the Petroleum Engineering Building for the first OCF leadership forum. The OCF provided the pizza and this we learned; pizza is a common denominator that cuts across all ethnic and religious backgrounds to bring people together! Our speakers were engineers Betsy Cook from Nexen, Dallas, Jim Cook, Operations Mgr. CMR, Houston and former A&M student Justin Stone, our youngest member of the speaking team. Also present to encourage and visit with the students was John Trosclair, owner Block T Petroleum, Tyler, Rick Stone, owner Signa Engineering, Houston, Doug Smith, Couger Oil Tools, Jay Sims, engineering consultant, Pat Hudson, NCA and Greg Garbe, co-owner Lighthouse Exploration drove up from Corpus and attended with his son who is a freshman at A&M. Betsy was our first speaker, Jim our second and then Justin wrapped it all up by presenting the plan of salvation with word pictures and terms that he knew the students would identify with because he graduated just five years ago. We will never know perhaps until we get to Heaven as to the impact the night had on those present but everyone there, including the five students from China gave their e mail addresses to be contacted again and said that they wanted us to do it again. Perhaps we can get a glimpse of how some felt by the following e mail that was sent to Betsy the next day: “Thank you for coming to A&M! I have been struggling with my faith a little, wondering if there were other Christian Petroleum engineers in the workplace, which is why I attended the meeting. Listening to you and Mr. Cook and Mr. Bird helped to inspire me and lifted my spirits at a time when I need it. While I have many Petroleum Engineering friends, few of them I actually hang out with outside of school; they enjoy drinking and other stuff and do not really share the same passion I do for Christ. Being able to fellowship with students as well as people in the industry who are passionate about Christ was wonderful, especially since there were so many who attended. I cannot thank you enough for coming Mrs. Cook, your message has not fallen on deaf ears or a blind spirit! The messages were all sincere and greatly beneficial, and I hope the Oilfield Christian Fellowship Organization will come back to A&M again. May God bless you too!” A special thanks to A&M graduate Don Donimy (The Centennial Class of 1976), High Five Sports Wear for providing all the maroon, (of course), t shirts at cost for the event.
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Excerpts from David Jeremiah’s book What in the World is Going on?

Oklahoma City Oilfield Christian Fellowship Doubles Giving Five Straight Years!
- Over $50,000 in 2007 and this year $108,000!
“Most Gracious OCF Friends, Praise God for your obedience and gift-giving hearts. As we closed the books this evening to get ready to make our Turkey Run I have the pleasure to report once again we have doubled our giving. This makes five consecutive years we have doubled our previous year’s giving. What an accomplishment! This year we will be donating through Turkeys to the Rescue, our symbolic 100 frozen turkeys; but along with this, over $108,000.00 worth of giving to the Mission! All of you should be very proud of what you are accomplishing and the difference you are making in lives in the OKC community. Once again all of our Professional Associations partnered with us, so thank you, IADC, SPE, and API. We have been greatly enhanced by your support of gifts and you letting us have access to your functions to use them as fund raising events. Thank you this year to the Mid-Continent Golf Tournament for allowing us to hold the silent auction, I hope we get another opportunity to do it again on a larger scale to help raise money to share to the less fortunate. I cannot say enough about our Corporate Sponsors this year,
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“The average life span of all the world’s greatest civilizations from the beginning of history has been about 200 years. During that two-century span, each of these nations progressed through the following sequence:” From bondage to spiritual faith From spiritual faith to great courage From courage to liberty From liberty to abundance From abundance to complacency From complacency to apathy From apathy to dependence From dependence back into bondage

Excerpts from George Washington
“It is the duty of all nations to acknowledge the providence of Almighty God, to obey His will, to be grateful for His mercy, to implore His protection and favor... That great and beneficent author of all good that was, that is, or ever shall be, that we may then unite in rendering unto Him our sincere and humble thanks for His kind care and protection of the people.” --George Washington

Leadership Forum Held at A&M . . .continued from p. 4

Jonathan Wells

John Trosclair

Betsy Cook

Jim Cook (no relation)

Justin Stone

Greg Garbe visits with student who took a Bible
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Excerpts from John Adams
“It should be your care, therefore, and mine, to elevate the minds of our children and exalt their courage; to accelerate and animate their industry and activity; to excite in them an habitual contempt of meanness, abhorrence of injustice and inhumanity, and an ambition to excel in every capacity, faculty, and virtue. If we suffer their minds to grovel and creep in infancy, they will grovel all their lives.”
—John Adams, Dissertation on the Canon and Feudal Law, 1756

Oklahoma City . . .continued from p. 5

you guys sure stepped up in a big way. May God Bless you! You have made an investment in Oklahoma’s future. Thank you to each one of you who individually caught the vision of what we are trying to accomplish. I am certain God is very pleased as he looks at his children responding as you have. With out individual giving, whether it was $1.00 or $1000.00 we could not have made our goal, so just know that you are making a difference Again thanks to Jeff Hubbard for Chairing TttR this year and to Jim Schmidt for his quite assistance and unending support. Thank you to Dominic Herrald for conducting another successful Defensive Pistol Match. Thank you to those who worked the Pistol Match and the golf tournaments; your services are greatly appreciated. A special thank you to Randy Patterson who so faithfully keeps us connected. What a job he is doing. As our contributions have grown so have the many of you who have become directly involved; God is truly blessing this Ministry. I wish for as many as can, to please try to meet with us at Wheelers Meat Market at 11am and participate in the Motorcade to the Mission to formally deliver the rich bounty from the Lord to those in need. In closing may I say thank you to our Lord Jesus who is in and about what we are doing. Our God has worked in our hearts and thru our efforts to rise up this ministry in a way like none other I have known. We may never know the fruits of our labor, but if you are like me, the satisfaction is not in the numbers, but in the knowledge and understanding that God has chosen us for such a time as this to Stand Up, Be Counted, and Make a Difference. All of us are Soldiers for Christ making a difference in eternal matters, Amen To God Be All Glory and Honor Thanks Be to God God Bless and Thank You All Forever in Your Debt In His Service Your Bond Servant Rick Johnson, Director The Oilfield Christian Fellowship of Oklahoma City

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The Oilfield Christian Fellowship of Houston

Wednesday, December 10, 2008 When: 11:45 AM until 12:45 PM Christmas songs and testimony from Teen Challenge Place: Houston First Baptist Church, SW corner of I-10 and 610 Web Site: www.OilfieldChristianFellowship.com E-Mail: jbirdocf@cebridge.net • Phone: 281 359 1258

Note: No Meeting in December Luncheon— Midland Center -105 North Main, Midland, Texas Cost — $20 : Catering by Prescott’s Cafe RSVP by emailing webmaster@ocfmo.com or call Don Rose 432-556-3545 Meetings: Always 2nd Wednesday of each month. Contacts: Scott Willingham -Cell- (432) 238-0458 www.ocfmo.com

Oilfield Christian Fellowship of Midland-Odessa

December 16th, 2008 When: 11:45 AM to 12:45 PM Where: Dallas Petroleum Club Cost: Lunch $25 (no credit cards please) Speaker: TBA For Reservations call Hoss Smith at 972.239.3666 or hsmith@ knightoiltools.com NOTE: reservations must be made by Friday prior to the Tuesday Meeting Always the third Tuesday of the Month

Oilfield Christian Fellowship of Dallas

The Oilfield Christian Fellowship of Corpus Christi
When: 11:30 AM until 1:00 PM Wednesday December 10th, 2008 Where: First United Methodist Church Shoreline Drive - Fellowship Hall Special Presentation: A Christmas Musical Celebration Cost: $15.00 Information: Contact Greg Garbe or Bo Waters Website: www.oilfieldchristianfellowship-cc.com <http://www.oilfieldchristianfellowship-cc.com/> Email: ocfcc@lighthouseexploration.com Phone: 361-693-4001

Thursday, December 11, 2008 When: 11:45 AM to 1:00 PM Where: First Baptist Church Lafayette Speaker: Ms. Angela Ragusa, HR Assistant, Hercules offshore Cost: $12 per person Always the second Thursday of the month For reservations call Greg Bruton @ 337-593-8700 on Prior Monday

Oilfield Christian Fellowship of Lafayette

When: December 4, 2008 11:30 AM - 12:50 PM (Always the first Thursday of each month) Where: Twin Hills Country Club Topic: Turkeys to the Rescue – 2008 Results, plus more… Cost: $20 Please RSVP to Rick Johnson For information, please contact Rick Johnson (Office: 405426-4310, Cell: 405-313-9417 or 405-550-3036; rick.johnson@ chaparralenergy.com) or Jim Schmidt (Cell: 918-810-7114 jim.schmidt@exprogroup.com) • visit www.Turkeystotherescue.org

Oilfield Christian Fellowship of Oklahoma City

Monday December 1, 2008 11:30 AM to 12:45 PM Special Guest Speaker: John Musser - Gospel Revival Ministries The Petroleum Club of Fort Worth Cost: $20.00 Contact Scott Royal for details 817-339-0831 - sroyal@encoreacq.com Always the first Monday of each month

The Oilfield Christian Fellowship of Fort Worth

The Oilfield Christian Fellowship of Tyler
Always the second Wednesday of the month December 3, 2008 (Note: not the second Wed.) Holly Tree CC Speaker: Hagen Taliaferro, Geologist CW Resources “Evangelism in the Mission Field” Time: 11:30 to 1 PM Contact Caroline Powers at Caroline@blockt.com More information: 903.526.4680

Oilfield Christian Fellowship of Tulsa
When: 11:30 AM until 12:45 PM No meeting in December Where: BOK/WILLIAMS CENTER CAFÉ. Will Rogers Room. A la Cart Menu Stations.... No RSVP Information: Jim Schmidt at 918 810 7114 Jim.schmidt@exprogroup.com Always held the Last Wednesday of the month

The Oilfield Christian Fellowship of Grand Junction
Saturday November the 28th 7:30 AM until 9 AM Where: Canyon Vineyard • 736 24 ½ Road Breakfast $10 RSVP Wayne Stewart • 314-7628

No meeting in December What Time: Registration will be from 11:45 – 12:00pm Speakers will be from 12:10 - 1:00 pm Where: 1401 17th St., 11th Floor (Alamo Plaza Building – 17th & Market) Lunch: $15.00 RSVP: To OCF-DenverChapter@pxd.com or 303-675-2602 Please call or e-mail by 3 days before so that we can get an accurate head count for the food order.

Oilfield Christian Fellowship of Denver

No meeting in December Stonebridge Hotel (MacKenzie Inn) Tickets available at Kurios Bookstore $25 each Meet and Greet 6:00 PM- Supper 6:30 PM Music by a local musician. Call Pieter Hogenboom for more information:cell 250 262- 5747 home 250 827-3936 For concerns or comments call John Bird: Cell: 713-899-1675 Home: 281-359-1258 • email: jbirdocf@cebridge.net
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The Oilfield Christian Fellowship of Fort St. John, B.C.

Oilfield Christian Fellowship
Attn. John Bird 1511 Palmetto Lane Kingwood, TX 77339 281.359.1258

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