Learn More Find a Church. An offering was raised, and Mom and Pop Gaylord volunteered to go and pioneer. NTCC has had a ministry to and for the military since that time. This has been so gratifying; watching as prayers and hard work have resulted in beautiful new facilities for our military outreach. The Home at Ft. Rodrigues in They began in a single wide house trailer which served as church and home.
The fence encircles a large religious campus that includes the main chapel easily seen from the O-K Highway, and numerous other structures: a fellowship hall, an educational building that houses adult seminary classrooms and Sunday school facilities, a teen center, a smaller chapel for special events, a library, office center and printing shop, and a nursery. Beyond the central complex are ten dorms for seminarians, and further westward along th St are homes for administrative staff and faculty. However, what happens within these buildings is harder to discern.
In the KJV, Titus reads: "That they may teach the young women to be sober, to love their husbands, to love their children, to be discreet, chaste, keepers at home…that the word of God be not blasphemed. It is translated as if it was a noun many Greek nouns end in -os. However, the -os noun ending is masculine. The KJV translators saw the word oikourgos as a noun, and since it was describing a person, they took it to mean a certain type of person. Since oikos means "house" and urgos a form of ouros comes from a root meaning "to keep", they translated it in the KJV as "keepers at home". Later translators confused the meaning even further, believing that the lexical meaning of "keep" in that sense was that of "to stay". So what does the phrase translated "keeper at home" really mean? They claim to have "found" this doctrine in Titus , in the phrase "keepers at home". So, first, what oikourgos does not mean: It does not mean "homemaker" or "housewife" in the modern sense, as some mistakenly believe it does. Nor does it mean "stayer at home".
Our services are now being held at their regular times on Sunday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. We will have a Prayer Meeting at pm on Saturdays instead of service. Physical distancing and sanitizing practices are in place. However, there will be no children's church or nursery until further notice. We look forward to seeing you again in the house of the Lord! Visit our YouTube Channel for the latest sermons and Bible studies. Please subscribe and turn on notifications, so you can join us when new videos are published.