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Tulsa World OpEd | Joel Harder: E-Mentoring Opens Opportunities for Women and Workplaces May 25, 2019

"Along with training and updated policies to promote respect and integrity in the workplace, lean into
e-mentoring strategies and develop the quality talent that companies are competing to recruit and retain."

Tulsa World OpEd | Joel Harder: Three steps we all can take toward restoring a basic sense of respect and decency in civic life April 13, 2020

“People from all walks of life have the ability to engage leaders and break down cycles of incivility when they know where to start."

The Oklahoman OpEd | Point of View: Why we should #LetHopeRise in Oklahoma April 1, 2020

“There will be a morning we wake up to a day like the ones we had before. The question is not if that day will come, but what really mattered to us in the time it took to get there?"

Article and Quote | Public Bible reading for ‘Celebration of the Bible’ is set

“The enduring impact of the Bible on history is unparalleled across generation and culture. The virtues of love, humility, and kindness inspired millions to work for the good of others and seek justice for the marginalized that changed history,” Harder said in a news release. “This public reading brings Oklahoma leaders to the Capitol to share favored biblical passages.”

Article and Quote | Don’t waste opportunity to accept Christ, ex-mob boss says

“We humbly place Oklahoma in your hands. We trust in the great God of the ages and matchless power of prayer,” Harder said during his prayer.

The Oklahoman OpEd | Point of View: Responding to vandalism, racism and hate

The Oklahoman OpEd | Pastor: A Call to Pray for Gridlocked Oklahoma Legislature

The Oklahoman OpEd | Oklahoma Minister: Perspective, Prayer and the Teacher Walkout

Baptist Messenger OpEd | Prayer More Powerful than Politics

Article and Quote | Harder delivers the prayer for the City & State at the CBMC Metro Prayer Breakfast. 

“We humbly place Oklahoma City and our entire state in the hands of the great Redeemer,” Harder said in his prayer for the city and state.

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