Spiritual Needs & Relationships Outside of Our Faith Network with Keith Davis, #46

Spiritual Needs & Relationships Outside of Our Faith Network

In this week’s episode of the Follow of One podcast, Mike speaks with Keith Davis. Keith is a Minister for First Baptist Church Owasso here in Oklahoma. He oversees all of the local, regional and international mission efforts for the church! Please welcome him to the community!

Episode Breakdown

  • 1:05 – Meet Keith Davis
  • 3:30 – Keith’s change to Mission Efforts
  • 4:40 – COVID’s Impact on First Baptist Owasso
  • 7:00 – theMission with Keith
  • 13:00 – Keith’s Thoughts on The Marketplace Mission Trip
  • 17:35 – Inspiring Faith at Work Story
  • 19:15 – Taking Your Faith to The Next Level
  • 25:05 – Connect with Keith & First Baptist Church Owasso

What are your needs?

We all have different needs because we walk different lives but something in common between all followers of Christ are spiritual needs. What type of spiritual needs do you have? Keith talks with Mike about The Mission through First Baptist Church Owasso, which provides services to the needy but more importantly provides spiritual resources to those in a better environment. Most of the time we want to help people based on the few common things, however, your spiritual being is just as important. When is the last time you “fed” your spirit? What does replenishing your spirit look like for you? Is it praying consistently? How about doing something only for the benefit of someone else? Comment below with your favorite way to feed the soul! 

Building Relationships with Lost People

What type of relationships are you a part of? Do all of your friends believe in God? Sometimes, especially as we get older, we tend to have a set group of friends and stick with that group. Never expanding, or moving forward. It is a very special thing and should be cherished but Keith talks about how there are some very important reasons to make an extra effort in building relationships with non-believers. Why? Because it builds understanding. It structures new ways to think about things and gives you the opportunity to have a genuine, judgment-free, friendship with someone who may need your help getting on the path to God. Don’t take your neighbor for granted. Even if they are opposed to your beliefs, that doesn’t mean you can’t learn from them and in turn, they learn from you! Do you have any experience with this? Let us know so we can share in our community! 

Connect with Keith

Connect With Follower Of One

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