A western Kentucky church partnered with Long Run Baptist Association to donate sports equipment to an urban Louisville ministry.
An act of vandalism led to salvation for one Williamstown teen.
New Palestine Baptist Church in Crofton, Sinking Fork Baptist Church in Hopkinsville and Crofton Baptist Church joined in an outreach effort to area Hispanic, migrant tobacco farmers. Approximately 125 migrants attended the event, which is one of multiple outreach efforts planned for the next several months.
A New York Times op-ed suggesting the Old Testament supports transgenderism has been classified by Southern Baptist seminary professors as a mischaracterization of Hebrew grammar and theology.
At their summer meeting on Aug. 6 in Elizabethtown, the Baptist Nursing Fellowship gathered for a time of continued education, fellowship and planning.
Sermons by social media became a means of disaster response Aug. 14 amid record rainfall and flooding across south Louisiana.
John Ryder, director of missions at Boone's Creek Baptist Association, has announced he will retire effective either Dec. 31 or whenever a new DOM is hired.
Nearly 300 Kentucky Baptists attended the first two Equip conferences in Prestonsburg and Russell.
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