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February 13, 2012
Dr. Hance Dilbeck, pastor of Quail Springs Baptist Church in Oklahoma City, will lead two chapel services during OBU’s annual “Focus Week,” Feb. 15 and Feb. 17.
Focus Week is dedicated to helping members of the OBU community strengthen relationships. Based on this year’s theme, “Discovering the Heart of Man’s Nature,” Dilbeck will speak not only about incarnational relationships, but also about how technology affects such relationships. The chapel services will be at 10 a.m. in Raley Chapel’s Potter Auditorium on Wednesday, Feb. 15, and Friday, Feb. 17.
Dilbeck, who earned a bachelor’s degree in religion from OBU in 1987, is married to Julie Schock Dilbeck, a 1988 OBU nursing graduate. They have three children: D. H., who graduated from OBU in 2010; Dax, a current OBU student; and Leighton. Dilbeck earned a master’s degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in 1992 and a doctorate from Southwestern in 2002.
He has served as pastor of Quail Springs Baptist Church since April 2003. He previously served as pastor of First Baptist Church in Ponca City, Okla.; First Baptist Church in Noble, Okla.; First Baptist Church in Snyder, Okla.; and Little City Baptist Church in Madill, Okla. He also served as minister to youth at First Baptist Church in Shawnee from 1985-88.
Dilbeck was the featured preacher for Falls Creek Youth Camp in 2000. He served as chairman of the OBU Board of Trustees in 2001. He has served as a trustee of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary since 2003, and he currently serves as chairman of the board. He also has served on the Board of Directors for the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma and Integris Baptist Medical Center.
For more information about Focus Week, contact OBU Spiritual Life at (405) 878-2377.