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4 tips for fighting fear over stock market drop

Monday's (Aug. 24) stock market drop, on the heels of disappointing performance over the last few days, led to headlines and some investor concerns. But long-term investors should continue to consider their objectives and time horizons, advises an investment strategist.

Baptist leaders respond to Ashley Madison news

With the potential affairs of millions exposed by a hack of the adultery-facilitating Ashley Madison website, Southern Baptist leaders have offered counsel to affected families, churches and individuals.

Appeals court upholds ruling ordering clerks to issue marriage licenses

A federal appeals court has upheld a ruling ordering a Kentucky county clerk to issue marriage licenses to gay couples.

More than 500 protest Planned Parenthood in Louisville

A contingent of students, faculty, and staff of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary bolstered 500 pro-life protesters at Louisville's Planned Parenthood office Aug. 22.

Ky. teens reach out to Toronto murder victim's loved ones

The Kentucky Derby week murder of a coffee shop owner from Toronto caused Westport Road Baptist's youth group from Louisville to reach out to the victim's friends, family and colleagues on their Canadian mission trip.

Campbellsville hosts 8,681 campers, records 224 decisions for Christ

Campbellsville University hosted 8,681 participants in summer camps from May through early August, as compared to 7,007 last summer, for an increase of 24 percent.

FIRST PERSON: Preparing our adult workers for back-to-school time

How are we preparing the adults who are pouring into those students we have sent back to school? What plans do we have to equip those small group leaders, Sunday School teachers, bus drivers, chaperones, parents or any other adults who will be systematically pouring into our students?

Cox's Creek pastor to be nominated as KBC 2nd VP

Jonathan Gann, pastor of New Salem Baptist Church in Cox's Creek, will be nominated for second vice president of the Kentucky Baptist Convention during its annual meeting Nov. 10 in Elizabethtown.

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Kentucky Baptists partner with Brazilian Baptists

It's not too late to give

An update from Kentucky Woman's Missionary Union

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SBC President: Moral courage and the Planned Parenthood debacle

Southern Seminary student, father of 4, killed in crash

Glenville Baptists celebrating 150 years of ministry

Escape artist prepares others for ultimate escape

OPINION: Planned Parenthood needs to lose all of its federal funds

Bush, Rubio address Southern Baptists

Panel is keeping Jefferson Davis statue in Kentucky Capitol

Rowan County Clerk sues governor over gay marriage directive

Kim Davis claims Beshear's order to issue marriage licenses violates her religious freedom.

Suttles unanimously elected president of Sunrise Children's Services

Former preacher deemed fit to stand trial for triple murder

Religious group threatens lawsuit over Ky. policy banning anti-gay comments at juvenile jails

Kentucky legislature's gay-marriage backlash

Mid-Continent University pupils get payment options

No bride, no groom, no gender on Ky. marriage form

Do we need to know how many same-sex marriages have happened now or in the future?

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Baptist Press (BPNews)

Kendrick film 'War Room' lauded by Baptists

KATRINA 2005-15: Still in our 'mind & heart

KATRINA 2005-15: NOBTS counts blessings, not losses

IMB leaders announce plan to balance budget

'A long journey': Josh Duggar enters rehab

'War Room' resources now available

Increases proposed for SBC, Fla. ministry

Rainer: LifeWay, at 'hinge moments,' moving forward

USCIRF crucial to religious freedom, Moore says

Bible Study: Aug. 30, 2015

Platt: No Gospel drawdown despite personnel cuts


Kentucky Press News Service

Losing Century Aluminum: The impact

Jefferson man arrested on child sex exploitation charges

McLean County recognized for improvements to a central water system

Beshear recognizes sacrifice of Air Force officer from Lexington

Connolly iHealth Technologies to open facility in Louisville

Accused hatchet murderer trial set

Private fund-raising best for urban park

Bond set for officer charged in assault

Make a difference for children

Most Kentucky grads not ready for college

Rowan clerk denies marriage license for gay couple for third time

Harlan County teen, 14, accused in shooting death of his grandfather

New manufacturer to open in Somerset

Biker gang murder case to start Monday

Murder trials postponed

Officials share grim picture of synthetic marijuana's impact on community

Consolo announces expansion in Lexington

Jobless rates down in 115 Kentucky counties in July

Disaster loan applications for McCracken flash flooding due next month

AA highway accident claims life of Boone County man

Ohio missing person case focuses on Robertson County farm

Business leaders fear Century Aluminum closure

Fall allergy season in bloom

Paducah man arrested, accused of attempted murder in Marshall

Student earns perfect score on ACT

Shooting reported in Blair

Man fatally wounded inside elevator

Truck forced to drive in reverse seven miles on I-65

Fight with city leaves circus out of a home

Audit of ex-Jackson County sheriff finds deficits and poor bookkeeping


Baptist News Global

Southern Baptists to cut missionary force by 15 percent

Jimmy Carter’s church to limit Sunday crowds

Burma conversion bill raises religious freedom concern

10 years later, one Baptist group reflects on Katrina and its aftermath

SBC president talks about sex the Sunday after Ashley Madison scandal

Couple accused of stealing from church they helped plant

Opening doors — front and back — to minister

American Baptists join Baptist family in prayer for Jimmy Carter

51 Christian leaders support Iran nuclear deal

Briefs ask Supreme Court to take Obamacare case

Study: church diversity does not guarantee diverse thinking, beliefs

Ted Cruz recruiting pastors in push to defund Planned Parenthood

Injunction extended in contraceptive case

Baylor launches investigation of student-athlete’s sexual assault

For some, another threat to church survival: natural beauty

SBC parliamentarian ‘converts’ from long affiliation with Christian Church

State convention challenges church’s acceptance of gays

‘Preacher camp’ inspires sermons, ministries and lives of 6 pastors

Ted Cruz urges evangelicals to vote in 2016

Coalition opposes taxpayer-funded discrimination