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We are a non-traditional church that currently meets on Friday nights at 7:00 PM.
We are a come as you are church, tennis shoes and blue jeans are welcome. Our pastor normally wears blue jeans and a polo shirt with tennis shoes. We don’t have pews; instead we have very comfortable chairs in a non-confrontational setting. All lessons are straight from Gods’ Holy Word and are presented in an easy to understand way.
We are biker friendly, but you don’t have to be a biker to attend, and we welcome those who feel like they are a little different or don’t feel comfortable in a regular church setting. We don’t care what color your skin is, what color your hair is, how many tattoos you have, how many piercings you have or what your “past” is. We care about your heart and where you will be spending eternity. In 1 Samuel 16:7 the Bible says, “But the LORD said to Samuel, ‘Do not look at his appearance or at the height of his stature……… for God sees not as man sees; for man looks at the outward appearance, but the LORD looks at the heart.’” Could it be that God cares more about the condition of your heart than your outer appearance? We think so.
Broken Chains Freedom Church is a safe place where people come as they are, not a place for people who have it all together. No perfect people allowed!
If you have any questions, we’d be happy to help you in any way we can. If you can join us, please know you can relax, grab a cup of complimentary coffee before the service and feel free to participate in praise and worship of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Come check out our amazing praise band and have a great time of worship with us at Broken Chains Freedom Church. We think that if you come and visit us one time, you will find your next church home.
We hope to see you this next Friday night at 7:00PM
In His Care,
Pastor Roy "Pappy" Boswell
Join us on May 20, 21, and 22nd 2016 for this special event.
Friday, May 20, 2016 7:00 PM
Broken Chains Freedom Church
5200 Henry S Grace Freeway
Law Enforcement Appreciation Night
Speaker: Max Gunn
Max served with the Texas Department of Public Safety for 37 years retiring as a Senior Corporal. He served in many stations during that time. He was with the Highway Patrol, Motor Vehicle Inspection, License and Weight, Commercial Vehicle Enforcement and Executive Security Detachment. Max taught in recruit schools and advanced accident investigation schools. Was a certified Paramedic and a certified firefighter with a instructors certificate. Max also taught in fire schools, fire departments and EMS departments all over Texas. He was a member of the Southplains CISM team and the Texas DPS team until retirement. Max and his wife Jeanne, have been married for 37 years. They have four children, ten grand children. Max has also served as interim pastor at Bethel Baptist Church in Quanah, Texas for four years and Senior Pastor at FBC Olustee, Okla for eight and a half years and is currently serving as Senior Pastor at FBC Sterling City, Texas.
Saturday, May 21, 2016 7:00 PM
Texoma Cowboy Church
919 US Hwy 281 S
Military Appreciation Night
Speaker: Shilo Harris
Shilo Harris came from a family with deep roots in military service. As a son of a Vietnam veteran, Shilo always knew he wanted to be a soldier. On September 11th his life changed forever and shortly afterward he enlisted as a Cavalry Scout in the US Army. His first deployment was to Schweinfurt, Germany with the 1st Infantry Division. From Germany Shilo headed to war-torn Iraq. On his second deployment with the 10th Mountain Division he was assigned and worked near southern Baghdad. On February 19, 2007, Harris’ armored vehicle was struck by an improvised explosive device (IED). The explosion injured the driver and ended the lives of three of his fellow soldiers. Shilo survived but with severe third degree burns on 35% of his body. The severity of the burns meant the loss of Shilo’s ears, the tip of his nose and three fingers. The crushing explosion fractured his left collarbone and C-7 vertebrae. More info can be found at www.shiloharris.com Shilo will also be selling his book, "Steel Will" after the services.
Sunday, May 22, 2016 10:30 AM
Broken Chains Freedom Church / The Church @ Woodhaven
5200 Henry S Grace Freeway
Speaker: Richard Coss
Richard and Phyllis Coss were both hardcore criminals for many years until the love of Jesus changed their lives. They both spent many years of their lives on the path to destruction, locked up behind bars. Richard's life started spiraling out of control at the age of nine. He spent most of his childhood in reform schools and rehabilitation centers and eventually ended up in prison. By the time he was 25, he had spent 10 years locked up behind bars, including 3 trips to prison. He gave his life to Christ March 16, 1969 while serving what would be his last sentence in El Reno Federal Reformatory in Oklahoma. On December 23, 1975, President Gerald Ford, extended to Richard Coss, a full presidential pardon. "OKLAHOMA CITY BOMBINGS" Two of Richard's grandchildren, Chase and Colton Smith, were killed in the Oklahoma City bomb in in 1995.
Broken Chains has moved!! We are happy to announce "Two Unique Churches. One Great Location."
Which means two unique churches meeting at different times with different ministries under the same roof. Broken Chains Freedom Church is sharing the resources at Woodhaven Baptist Church, 5200 Henry S Grace Freeway and Rathgeber Road. We are very excited about this opportunity of ministry as we partner together in reaching our community for Christ. We hope to see you soon.