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About Us

Our beliefs


The Heart of the Church

Acts 2:42-47

We draw the blueprint for our church community from the first disciples represented in scripture. Acts 2 speaks of a church that was devoted to God and one another through miracles, hospitality, and mission. We strive to be that church today, acting righteously and being a blessing to our city in all matters, whether alone or gathered together. 


John 4:23-24

We believe that God is worthy of our full, undivided worship. God enjoys our praise as much as we enjoy praising him and so we strive to honor him in truth and sincerity as we worship in reverence. 


Ephesians 3:16-21

Through spiritual practices we are able to participate in God's divine work here on earth. We devote ourselves to prayer and fasting for our city and for one another, knowing God is an enthusiastic dreamer and can do much more than we ask or imagine. 


Matthew 9:35-38

We desire to be the "few workers" of Matthew 9 in our communities- ministering, teaching, preaching, and healing with the deep compassion of Jesus. We believe in working hard with great love, carried on by faith in God's presence, leadership, love, and blessing. 

Our staff

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Ben & Susan Borland

Evangelist & Women's Ministry Leader

Ben and Susan serve as Evangelist and Women’s Ministry Leader for the OKC Church. They have served in full-time ministry for over a decade, first in Denton, Texas and then Norman, Oklahoma before making their home in OKC with their three children. Ben and Susan both earned their undergraduate degrees from the University of Texas, Ben in creative advertising and Susan in Spanish.


The Borlands love living in Oklahoma and when they aren’t working Susan can be found supporting the local Freedge, baking, and training for her next marathon. Currently, Ben spends his free time studying for his graduate degree in Missional Theology from Rochester University. When he does take a break, he can be found playing and watching football.


Logan & Nikki Igarta

OU campus leaders

Logan and Nikki were married and moved to Oklahoma in 2018. They currently serve as the campus leaders for the OKC Church's campus ministry at OU. They both graduated from the University of North Texas in Denton, Logan with a degree in music education and Nikki with her degree in sociology. They felt called to seek a life serving the church after being inspired by their own campus ministry experience. At OU they strive to create an environment of love, friendship, and deep connection with Jesus.

On a day-off Nikki can be found catching up on reading for a book club while Logan plays video games. They both love spending quality time with friends and family- and recently they have been preparing for their first baby, due in 2021!


David & Nony Collier

Youth & Family Leaders

David and Nony lead the Youth & Family ministry here in the OKC church. David has a Journalism degree from Georgia State University, and Nony has a Speech Language Pathology/Audiology degree from The University of Texas at Dallas. After graduating, David served as an intern for our church in Fayetteville, North Carolina before moving to Dallas to serve as a campus minister. David has always had a desire to serve smaller churches, and has a big passion for the Youth & Family ministry because that is where he was converted. Nony worked as an ABA therapist in Dallas, TX before stepping into ministry to help lead the campus ministry with him. Nony greatly desires to serve the body, and shares David’s passion for the youth; she enjoys helping to create an environment for young people to really explore & develop their relationship with God.


The Colliers were married last year in 2020, and moved to OKC June, 2021. David enjoys going to movies, and watching movies with friends. David also has a deep love for sports & competition, and can watch and enjoy any sport that is on. Nony loves spending time with people by talking, and getting to know them, but also engaging with  others while enjoying entertainment like TV/movies, music, and dancing. 

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