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McAlister leaves role as KBC's evangelism team leader

Chuck McAlister, the fiery evangelist best known for his outreach to sportsmen, has left the Kentucky Baptist Convention to move back into full-time evangelism and evangelism consulting.


Revival key for family unit, pastor says

Spiritual revival is key in achieving God's design for the family, says one pastor.


Crossover St. Louis sees increase in faith decisions


SBC renounces displaying Confederate flag

Messengers to the 2016 Southern Baptist Convention renounced display of the Confederate battle flag in a historic, overwhelming vote.


WMU urged to 'not grow weary in doing good'

Woman's Missionary Union gathered during the SBC Annual Meeting for their Missions Celebration and Annual Meeting.


WMU highlights missional discipleship

Wanda S. Lee, executive director of national WMU, thanked Southern Baptists for partnering through missions education to equip the next generation of missionaries, an endeavor she described as more critical than ever before in an increasingly postmodern world.


Traylor calls for Baptists 'to dwell in unity'

Ted Traylor challenged Southern Baptists to move forward in cooperation and unity for the sake of the gospel—reflecting the preceding historic moment when Steve Gaines became SBC president with gracious consent from fellow nominee J.D. Greear.


Resolutions address culture, ministry concerns

Messengers to the 2016 Southern Baptist Convention, in addition to repudiating display of the Confederate battle flag, approved 11 other resolutions on a variety of culture and ministry concerns.


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Southern Baptists honor Pearl Harbor survivor, veterans


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Moore defends religious freedom for Muslims


Russell Moore awarded alumnus of the year at annual SBTS luncheon


IMB, NAMB celebrate partnership, disciple-makers


'The stakes are high,' Floyd says


Young musicians embarking on 4-city tour


The 'forgotten' mark young couple's ministry


Motorcycle ride tool for promoting Sunrise Children's Services


From disappointment to fulfillment: Rick and Stephanie's story


'Sunburn trailer' offers relief, witness


Dozen states suing Obama administration over transgender directive


A turnaround story: Mike Boyd & Lebanon Baptist Church


Lexington church group uses quilting as outreach tactic


No regrets as Ky. pastor leaves statehouse seat


Summer at Oneida


'Jesus in fur' brings comfort, joy, healing to veterans


Retiree: Mission:Dignity aids 'folks like us'


FIRST PERSON: Good ideas from the past


Celebrating Students


Seven facts about wills you might not know


Crestwood archer places among top 50 in national contest


Tuning up marriage in the 'good-ole summertime'


CLEAR CREEK: Graduates share favorite memories from the "Creek" (Part 3)


Chitwood: Join me in prayer


ERLC's 'Psalm 139 Project' & Focus on the Family grants ultrasound machine to Thrive St. Louis at SBC Annual Meeting


'We need You, Lord'

Baptists plead for national revival


Appeals court orders Lexington clinic to halt abortions


In 'special moment' of unity, Greear steps aside and Gaines is elected SBC president


Southern Baptists oppose Confederate flag, talk racial unity


Retired KBC evangelism director dies


Southern Baptists invite black Baptist leader to drive home message on race


Greenway, Decker named to Committee on Nominations


Father's Day: Still wanting to call & talk


Longtime Kentucky Baptist pastor dies


SBC's 1st black professor among SBTS retirees


Historic southern Ky. church celebrates bicentennial


Messenger increase predicted for St. Louis SBC


Thunder, Metal and Compassion

Sunrise 'Ride & Shine' Motorcycle Event Benefits Hurting Children


KBC Prez moving on

Pastor describes new state exec as picture of gospel knocking down barriers


KBC President Kevin Smith elected executive director of Maryland/Delaware Baptists


Midwestern Seminary adopts Danvers Statement


Muhammad Ali heard gospel from Graham, Rogers


Billy Graham statue moving from LifeWay to North Carolina mountains


Young Baptist musicians embark on 4-city tour


CLEAR CREEK: Graduates share favorite memories from the "Creek" (Part 2)


Zika threat prompts abortion discussion


Summer activities for children and youth


Does transgender bathroom policy enable predators?


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Baptist Press (BPNews)

EDITORIAL: Entendiendo la Voluntad de Dios


'Brexit' vote draws response from Baptist analysts


Mosque-building satirical rumor exposed as lie


Leading change in church focus of LifeWay panel


ERLC, Focus aid St. Louis pregnancy center


Insights for struggling churches relayed at SBC


Jamaica missionaries' slaying draws murder charge


Scott McConnell to lead LifeWay Research


Lausanne conference focuses on Jewish evangelism


EDUCATION DIGEST: Hall named Boyce dean, Fla. collegians trek to Cuba


FIRST-PERSON: Everything is different, but nothing has changed

 

Kentucky Press News Service

Governor makes appointments to boards and commissions


Ky. Labor Cabinet Dept. of Workers? Claims warns of workers? comp scam


Meetings law opinion was a pointless stretch


House Dems stand up by sitting in


Go local to smooth political divisions


Attention, smoker: Don't be a butthead


Milliken good pick for justice council


No indictment returned in Floyd shooting


KSP charges Oldham man with child sexual exploitation offenses


Sex offender gets 30 years for multiple charges


Corvette plant to add jobs


Florida shooting triggers need to train Ky. state government workers for active shooter event


Teen pregnancies fall statewide


Widow talks about husband found dead in the woods


Owensboro mayor: Center will make city capital of bluegrass


Bracken teen treated after rabid fox attack


Judge wants to expedite, not rush, U of L case


Future uncertain for thousands of immigrants in region


State approves $3 million in incentives for General Motors plant expansion


Bevin blasts Beshear in radio interview, defends his Medicaid plan


Judge tosses Kentucky Mist moonshine trademark case against UK


New 5-book mystery series features Harlan


E'town woman charged with child abandonment


Former NKU prof also had sex complaints as bus driver


Shelbyville hospital receives C rating


Some tourists unaware of controversial Bardstown affairs


McKee certified as Kentucky Trail Town


Gun control foreign to federal agencies


Police power, constables a toxic mix


Keep an eye on Bevin's next step

 

Baptist News Global

Pastor says being black a ‘burdensome joy’


Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter prepare to mark 70th anniversary


The Democrats sang a decades-old hymn of protest during their sit-in


After Orlando, spiritual reparations for LGBTQ people


Does not Baal still live?


When will there be enough women ministers?


Embracing the journey


Historian says it’s ‘too late in the denominational game’ for segregated ministry


In Orlando killer’s hometown, religious leaders and LGBT people choose to build bridges