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East Kentucky church among first to embrace solar power

An eastern Kentucky congregation has become one of the first to embrace solar power as a means to simultaneously help their community and reduce their carbon footprint.


REACHing Kentucky: When it comes to evangelism, pastors matter

Pastors matter when it comes to evangelism.


Planning for retirement can be like a trip into space

Planning for retirement is a three stage process: the accumulation stage, the transition stage, and the retirement income stage.


Fresh Ideas: Get ready for kickoff!

A great beginning can set the pace for a great year. These eight tips are written to help plan your women’s ministry kickoff event. The ideas may also be tweaked to launch youth group, choir or other church ministry. Get ready for an awesome kickoff day!


'Food Round Up' donation drive supplements meals for residents

Sunrise is seeking donations of gift cards that will be specifically designated for food purchases to feed its residential clients.


Quench gospel thirst, partner with Salt Lake City church planters

Kentucky Baptist pastors and mission leaders attending a Salt Lake City Vision Tour in November will learn how their churches can help church planters cast wider swaths of gospel seeds.


Appreciating our staff

Each spring during Teacher Appreciation Week, we try to do some things to make our teachers and entire staff feel appreciated.


Your annual gift -- forever

Perhaps you have considered how to ensure that your support for these ministries continues indefinitely into the future; one way is to endow your gift.


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Helping young teenagers build strong friendships


FIRST PERSON: Marveling at God's creativity over a cup of coffee


Graduates share more memories


Pastors are 'special forces'


When Kentucky goes dark, area churches to shine light


Westport Road 'energized' by WinShape day camp


EDITORIAL: Are local associations still relevant and effective?


Paducah pastor to be nominated to lead state pastors’ conference


Eclipse 'buzz' spurs gospel witness by churches in path


Survey of young leaders shows CP in positive light


FIRST PERSON: How our family handles sports


Kentucky DR teams assisting flood victims in northern Illinois


New refugees welcomed by churches poised to help


Gray hair doesn't hinder Baptist preachers from following God's call


Churches, ministries partner for FamilyFest


Graduates share favorite memories (Part 3)


Crossings Ministries launches Hub for youth & family ministry


Fight against trafficking gains broad House support


VBS takes on ‘special’ emphasis at northeastern Ky. Church


Redd nominated for KBC 2nd VP


Coal is down; baptisms are up


Kentucky Raceway Ministry reaches NASCAR fans at Sparta track


Oneida dedicates dormitory


EBO at Work: WMU staff spends summer experiencing missions


Crosslife University to answer apologetic questions for youth


Who would miss the KBC?


Faith, family, and football: Danville native says faith in Christ most important thing in life


Is there a need for ‘missionary practice’?


“I become Christian”


Porter named national director for disaster relief


Coordinated estate distribution


Fidget spinners and ADHD fiction


Fight against trafficking gains broad House support


EDITORIAL: Caleb and the crab: Awareness matters!


Ashland church's Judgment House focuses on drug overdose issue


Crossings: 'More than a camp'


Ky. Changers share motivation for participating


Article Archive

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D.C.-area planter, church taking Christ to 'all peoples'


At least 13 killed, 50 injured in terror attack


Cooking with Karla: Special recipes & fellowship


Baptist college in Vermont looks toward new campus


Great Awakening theology cited as evangelism aid


Iceland Down syndrome abortions called 'a tragedy'


Bible Study: Aug. 20, 2017


FIRST-PERSON: Believing is seeing

 

Kentucky Press News Service

Tennessee man convicted of murder in Hickman


Hickman police officer arrested


School tax vote set for Sept. 12


Ferry service helping rural way of life continue


Bevin makes appointments to Kentucky boards and commissions


More office furnishings from Capital Plaza Tower for sale Aug. 23


Office of state budget director launches pension reform website


Plastics manufacturer to locate plant in Morgantown


Farmers praise crop outlook


Graves woman charged with felony child endangerment


Bevin announces $150,000 in refunds to coal counties


Federal lawsuit reveals rift in Casey County family business


Nonprofits get their own day


UK keeps cover of darkness, for now


Courts? office in sun at last


Help the ones who save you


Enjoy eclipse but do so safely


New WKU academy supports students of color


Woman arrested for drug charges tells authorities juvenile in home alone, two days after arrest


Green River conservation program contracts won?t be renewed


Beshear: 120 Former Kentucky Corinthian College students to receive $790,000 in loan debt relief


Rally calls for removal of Davis statue


Grand jury indicts Franklin parolee on attempted murder, 12 other charges


Attorneys look at 4-week federal trial involving Bowling Green doctor


Assault sent to grand jury after alleged knife attack


A high school dropout was a school?s custodian. Today he returned there as a teacher.


White nationalist leader says ?no public action? planned for Lexington council meeting


State figures show unemployment rate up slightly from June to July


Hawesville plant plans $30 million in upgrades


Firefighters come to rescue of stranded motorist who lost keys

 

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