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Nelson Association's 'holy discontent' spurs renewal

Ten years ago, Nelson Baptist Association was "unhealthy and unhelpful," as pastor Matthew Spandler-Davison puts it. The central Kentucky association's 40 churches could only muster 50-60 messengers for annual meetings, and it was a strain to populate the body's 15 committees.


Campbellsville graduates 417 in May graduations

Campbellsville University graduated 143 master's students, along with 274 graduates, during May commencement ceremonies, for a total of 417 students receiving their diplomas. In a December commencement, 212 received diplomas for a total of 629 students in this year's graduating class.


National WMU to focus on surrender, sacrifice, service

Prior to the annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention in Columbus, North American and international missionaries will share how God is at work around the world during the Woman's Missionary Union Missions Celebration and Annual Meeting, June 14–15.


Mountains to the Mississippi

A retirement celebration in Cadiz, a concert in Campbellsville, new minister of music/associate pastor in LaGrange, an historical society meeting in Mayfield.


Google update could decrease churches' web traffic

A change in Google's formula for prioritizing search results could keep churches without mobile-friendly websites from being as visible online to potential visitors.


Foundation leader chosen, 'realistic' KBC budget adopted

The Kentucky Baptist Convention's Mission Board elected a new foundation leader during their May 4-5 meeting, and they approved the KBC's smallest Cooperative Program budget in 15 years.


34 new missionaries appointed to go to hard places

God's greatness compels us, Platt tells missionaries in Louisville service

On May 13 at Highview Church in Louisville 34 candidates were appointed as missionaries by IMB trustees.


South District Baptists collect 50,000 food items

The churches of the South District Baptist Association collected a total of 49,306 food and housekeeping items and distributed them during their 2015 "Souper Bowl" Food Drive


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