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Facing early retirement, Southern Baptist missionaries vow to continue evangelism stateside

Tim Cearley is considering driving for Uber or substitute teaching — anything to continue meeting people from other lands, people like those who have been the focus of his missionary work in Africa.

Abortion, women's views of church focus of study

Many women with unplanned pregnancies go silently from the church pew to the abortion clinic, convinced the church would gossip rather than help, a study released by LifeWay Research shows.

Why evangelicals are torn about admitting refugees into the U.S.

Evangelicals may be united that the Bible is the ultimate source of authority, but they are divided on how the Bible would lead us to respond to the growing crisis of refugees fleeing from Syria.<

Hinson, longest-serving Southern professor, dies at 84

A world-famous pianist and musicologist who was the longest-serving faculty member in the history of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary died Nov. 11 after a battle with cancer. Maurice Hinson, 84, was the senior professor of piano at the seminary and had taught courses for 58 years.

Growing up on the Creek – Part 2

Cassandra Dowell is all grown up now and a student herself at Clear Creek. When she first came here as a teenager while her mother was a student, she had no idea that God was preparing her for the husband she would meet here. She continues her fond memories of growing up on and being a student now at the Creek.

Chitwood: God is blessing

Read highlights of KBC Executive Director Paul Chitwood's report to Kentucky Baptists.

Thanksgiving: A healthy heart

Health-conscious people have been saying for years there is a connection between a healthy body and a healthy spirit. Now there is clinical proof alongside the Bible's affirmation of people who give thanks and praise to God.

Proposed 'Tim Tebow Bill' could offer home-school students greater access to sports

A Kentucky lawmaker is proposing legislation that would allow home-schooled students access to public school athletics.

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