Oklahoma Baptist Homes for Children

Women of Compassion
One Meeting, One Vote, One Act of Compassion

Please join Women of Compassion for Cups of Kindness - an invitation to tea!

Gaillardia Country Club
5300 Gaillardia Boulevard
Oklahoma City
Saturday, April 6, 2019

Oklahoma Baptist Homes for Children (OBHC) will host its 6th Annual Women of Compassion event at the Gaillardia Country Club in Oklahoma City on Saturday, April 6.

“Our women are truly making a difference in the lives of children, born and unborn,” said Shonda Flowers, OBHC development representative.

Women of Compassion Membership

Annual membership is $1,000 and will benefit the ministries of Oklahoma Baptist Homes for Children. Formal invitations are mailed to members after they join.

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Guest SpeakerLauren Green McAfee

Lauren Green McAfee is Corporate Ambassador for Hobby Lobby, and author of Only One Life: How a Woman’s Every Day Shapes An Eternal Legacy. She is a speaker, connector, and coffee enthusiast, who is passionate about communicating messages she cares about. Lauren is also currently pursuing a PhD in Ethics and Public Policy with Dr. Russell Moore as her supervisor.

As the granddaughter of founder David Green, Lauren has had a front row seat in watching the consistent, steady growth of America’s largest arts and crafts retailer, Hobby Lobby. She treasures the story and values of Hobby Lobby, and always wanted to work for the company. During her high school years, Lauren worked part time at the corporate office every summer, interning in various departments. Once she began her undergraduate degree at the University of Oklahoma, she worked part time at the Norman, Oklahoma Hobby Lobby store. Her interest in business and the unique complexities that come from working in a family corporation drew her to the company.

Prior to her current role with Hobby Lobby, Lauren worked for her father Steve Green as he founded Museum of the Bible in Washington, DC. During her time at the Museum, she served as Curator, Artifact Collection Manager, and Director of Community Engagement. While working at Museum of the Bible, Lauren finished two graduate degrees; a Master of Arts in pastoral counseling and a Master of Arts in public theology.

Lauren and her husband Michael have been married eight years and live in Oklahoma City.

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