Faith & Family

November 2, 2012, we celebrated "Faith & Family Night."   The first 2,000 fans through the door received a limited edition "Faith & Family Night"  Barons t-shirt, and heard great music and testimonials.  And, fans got to see the OKC Barons win against the Houston Aeros.   Thanks to everyone for coming out and supporting your OKC Barons!
 

 

Performing live- Oklahoma Christian Recording artist Kristy Starling
 
After the first season of television's American Idol became a phenomenal success, a slew of imitators soon followed, including a talent search on NBC's Today Show. Competing as one of six finalists was Kristy Starling, a college student from Oklahoma City, and although she finished second, her impassioned performances impressed Grammy-winning producer David Foster. Shortly after the contest, Starling found herself signed to a major label and working with Foster on her debut album. She professed early on that she wanted to sing contemporary Christian music, which would present more of a challenge in the star-making process, but Warner Bros.' Christian division decided to take a chance and Starling found a home at Word Records. With her first single, "Water," gaining airplay on both Christian and pop radio stations, her self-titled debut disc was released in April 2003.

First 2,000 people through the door get this:

 

 

 

 Other guest speakers 

Magic Man, Jeff Roberts from Magic 104.1
Host of "Ignite" every Sunday morning from 7am-10am. Jeff is SOONER born & SOONER bred. He grew up in Bethany.  He is a veteran media professional and very well known around the community.  You can also hear him weekday mornings on Magic 104.1 with Steve & Shawn.

 

 

                                                                                         

Stacey Bauman- Hockey Ministries International/Christian Hockey Camps International.  Since 1977, Hockey Ministries International has been active in every level of the game, from youth, college and junior, up to minor pro and the NHL. Through our many camps, chapels, clinics, and conferences they serve and support the spiritual needs of players, coaches, families and fans.
 

 

Barons General Manager Bill Scott.
Bill Scott joined the Barons as general manager last season after previously serving Director of HockeyOperations for the American Hockey League for four seasons. His duties with the AHL included creation of the league schedule, assisting in determining player fines and suspensions, supervising regular season and playoff games and interpreting by-laws and the Collective Bargaining Agreement for member teams.

 

 

Abraham Wright is a native Oklahoman and former NFL athlete with the Miami Dolphins. After attending South East High School, Wright went on to play one season at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College in Miami, Oklahoma. He redshirted in 2002 while he made the transition from linebacker to defensive end. In 2003, Wright had 68 tackles (38 solo), with 14 tackles for loss including eight quarterback sacks and a pass defensed. He helped NEO to a 10-2 record, the Southwest Junior College Football Conference championship and a No. 11 national ranking and then transferred to the University of Colorado in 2004.  Wright began learning sign language in the summer of 2004, and has a genuine interest in working with the deaf once his playing days are over.