My favorite place to hangout. Wish they still had coffee shop.
700 N Greenwood AveTulsa, OK 74106
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The store is clean and the staff is always ready to assist any time of the day. The value they offer to their clients is really high.
I had read the great reviews about this church and am in need of a good, bible-based church, so I decided to check out The Lighthouse church in Tulsa, OK. When I arrived, I noticed that the majority of the men were dressed in suits; the ladies in dresses. I felt a little out of place in my jeans and tennis shoes, but they're all I have and I know that, as the bible tells us, "God judges the heart while man judges by appearance." Still, the people were genuinely warm and very friendly. Very good people there. And then I noticed that none of the women wore ANY makeup...at all. And what struck me as extremely odd was the fact that just about EVERY woman, including young teen girls, wore their hair up in buns! I began to wonder whether this church is seeped in legalism, the opposite of true Christianity. Then, the pastor gave his sermon...sadly, he only delivered HALF the true Gospel of Jesus Christ. His words were full of sin-consciousness, of fire and brimstone, which DO have their place...BUT....We know that it is the LAW that shows man he is a sinner in need of a Savior. This is true. But the other half of the Gospel, the "Good News" part, is an encouragement to the sinner...that although we cannot earn our way to God (Ephesians 2:8-9), we have a Savior, Jesus Christ, Who paid our sin-debt in full on the cross. Salvation is not of works but of grace through faith in Christ. Sadly, the pastor preached only the Law. His words at one point in the sermon were, "If you don't wear the right clothes, say the right words and do the right things, you aren't going to make it to heaven!" He made no mention of Christ, of redemption. He made it very clear that we had to put our lives under a microscope in order to win God's favor, micromanaging every detail. There is no freedom in this thinking. And it negates the need for the Cross of Christ. It is self righteousness to think that our salvation depends upon what we wear, do and say. True, we must live holy lives if we say we love the Lord. But regardless of how good we are, it will never be good enough. I'm very concerned that this pastor's focus on the work of man will lead many to the Cross of Christ but will only frustrate them, resulting in many to turn from Christianity, because they simply will never be perfect. I believe that the pastor's heart is in the right place, but I strongly believe that he is proclaiming a false doctrine...One more thing...this church denies the Deity of the Holy Spirit. But if they would just read their bibles more closely.....1 John 5:7 "For there are THREE that bare witness in heaven; the Father, the Word and the Holy Ghost, and these THREE are ONE." Throughout the bible, the Holy Spirit is never referred to as an "it" but as "HE". And the bible also tells us that the Holy Spirit can be "grieved"...IF he were merely the generic "spirit" of God, and not a "person" of the Triune Godhead (Trinity), then He would have no feelings nor would He be distinguised as "He". And let's remember, Jesus said He had to leave so the "Comforter" could come. Jesus left and was with the Father when the Comforter showed up at Pentecost...it was not our beloved Jesus but the Holy Spirit that was there, giving utterance in different tongues, to the disciples. Anyway, my heart was deeply saddened today...I love the people and the pastor there at the Lighthouse...but I cannot attend another service if another Gospel is being preached. God bless them all.
The Lighthouse Church is a great church! There is a ministry for each age group. I am so glad that when I moved here to Tulsa I was able to get plugged in super fast. The lighthouse church is a friendly church.
I just moved to the greater Tulsa area and wanted to find a good church that I could make home. I have found it at Tulsa Lighthous. Church! The people and the Ministry is very heart warming people. I have enjoyed each time I attended I am looking forward to raising a firm foundation in the truth at this church! You won't find another like it!
This a smaller church with a big heart. There is always dynamic preaching and great music. My family has called it their church home for over twenty years. Non denominational and very friendly.
Store manager is not helpful at all. I still can't believe that they won't match Barnes and Noble website for the same item price in their stores. Then she said that the reason is because when you com into the store you pay for customer services? Ridiculous. I'll just shop elsewhere from now on.
This is an excellent book store. It has a large selection of academic religious books that are unavailable at larger used books stores in the Tulsa area. I have been a patron of this store for years, and relied on it heavily to obtain source material for my graduate papers that would otherwise have only been available online or at certain local colleges.
A Tulsa landmark! My first memories of this bookstore are from 1984, and even back then Peace of Mind had already become something of a Cherry Street landmark. This store's "rare books" collection was absolutely amazing in those days, drawing scholars and serious collectors to Tulsa from around the world, and I can't tell you how many study groups or meetings I've attended in the back rooms of this building over the years. I know that competition from online booksellers has cut deeply into the store's profit margins in recent years, and that rent from the restaurant / bar downstairs is what actually pays the mortgage, but Peace of Mind's owners have kept this bookstore's doors open mainly as a labor of love. They know that they're serving a need in Tulsa and they take this obligation to their customers very seriously. There isn't a better or more complete collection of New Age books anywhere in Tulsa-- heck, probably not even anywhere in the central United States-- and this is a great place to browse and enjoy. The spiritual worship services on Sundays and meditation classes on Mondays are also exceptional. Come fall in love with Peace of Mind's quirky inventory of new and out-of-print books, and support this business by shopping locally! You'll earn good karma bucks if you do!