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INCUBATE, STORIES

Home Doesn't Have an Address

Rev. Sharyn Cosby   |   May 08, 2018

Far too many people don’t have an address to call home. Finding the homeless at our door is how and why OFEC started homeless outreach programming.

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Julius Maindi Fellows, Community Outreach Director
INCUBATE, STORIES

I Still Have My Shoes!

Rev. Sharyn Cosby   |   October 30, 2017

Through the story of one individual, Oklahoma Family Empowerment Center's Director Rev. Sharyn Cosby shows how her organization serves its community.

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Gina Pearson, Street Law Facilitator, engages youth on the topic of curfews: Why do we have them?
INCUBATE, NEWS

OFEC's Work in Tulsa Recognized

Rev. Sharyn Cosby   |   August 15, 2017

Oklahoma Family Empowerment Center’s work with Tulsa County stakeholders was recognized in the report, “Case Studies of Nine Jurisdictions that Reduced Disproportionate Minority Contact in their Juvenile Justice Systems.”

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INCUBATE, STORIES

“Can You See the Jesus in Me?”

Rev. Sharyn Cosby   |   October 03, 2016

The Oklahoma Family Empowerment Center (OFEC) Disproportionate Minority Contact (DMC) Initiative has been able to establish a productive way to organize our community stakeholders. The impact and change that OFEC can help to effect extends to our own staff team as well.

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Webinar: Fundraising IS ministry
LEARNING / TRAINING

Webinar: Fundraising IS Ministry: Changing the way we think about fundraising and learning the basics

June 28, 2018

Join us as we explore the basics of fundraising and creating a plan for your organization. Hosted by NBA Connect Ministries and Incubate Initiative.

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Ayanna Johnson Watkins

Director of the NBA Incubate Initiative
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PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES, LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT, ADVOCACY

Hiram Farm is an agricultural setting that serves developmentally disabled adults, with an emphasis on adults on the autism spectrum.