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72 people saved through drama at Ashland church

A Kentucky church has used an attention-grabbing drama to reach thousands of people over the past 17 years.


Pack Church celebrates Sparks' 50 years as pastor

Carl Sparks has served the same church in Rumsey for 50 years. He started his ministry in 1961 and in 1965 settled in as pastor of Pack Baptist Church.


Red Hill: 65 years with original pastor

Red Hill Baptist Church in Vine Grove celebrated its 65th anniversary July 12, not only as a congregation, but also with the same pastor, James Royalty.


Central couple making VBS work for others

Rob and Renee Parsons have been on a Vacation Bible School mission this summer. Parsons, the pastor at Central Baptist in Ashland, and his wife, Renee, have taken mission teams to several churches in the Greenup Baptist Association to put on VBS.


NASCAR church answer to pastor's prayers

One of North Carolina's newest churches meets in the famous Joe Gibbs Racing shop in Huntersville, N.C., just north of Charlotte.


Kentucky Baptists assisting flood victims

Kentucky Baptist Disaster Relief crews worked in Rowan, Johnson and four other counties, helping clear flood-damaged homes of drywall and insulation to prevent the spread of mold.


Hurricane Katrina left mark on Baptist relief

Nearly 21,000 volunteers from 41 Baptist state conventions participated in Baptist relief efforts that began after Hurricane Katrina's Gulf Coast landfall on Aug. 29, 2005, and continued through March 2006. Another 26,000 volunteers would participate in Operation NOAH (New Orleans Area Homes) Rebuild from March 2006 to April 2009. The influx of new volunteers—by far the most who would ever participate in a single SBDR response and rebuild effort—transformed future disaster relief efforts by Southern Baptists.


Kentucky Changers teaching students to be 'on mission everyday'

Around 1,000 students paid $200 to spend a week sweating in the heat, working to share Christ's love through repairing houses with the Kentucky Changers. They worked at four locations across the state: Richmond, Marshall County, Maysville and Henderson.


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Challenge Houses sparking community change and healing


London pastor to be nominated as KBC 1st VP


Dry Ridge pastor to be first VP nominee


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270-plus teens repair homes in Madison County


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57 Kentucky county clerks ask governor for special session on same-sex marriage licenses


Beshear meets with county clerk about same-sex marriage licenses


Same-sex marriage foes far outnumber proponents at dueling courthouse rallies


Supporters rally for county clerk


Clay judge-executive says no to all weddings


Two Baptist colleges ask Supreme Court for protection from mandate


Ky. bill protects religious figures, organizations from performing gay marriages


Pastor's plan to raise the Christian flag


Church-state separationist James Dunn dead at 83


Ferguson Baptist honors members with Legacy Building


Former WR editor honored for lifetime achievement


Harvie to focus on planting churches in the Northeast


Elisabeth Elliot: 'reckless abandon to the Lord'


SBTS publishes church revitalization guide


SBC resolutions on key issues pull broad consensus


Love stronger than hate, victim's son says


SBC panel: Value love, Gospel with LGBT community


Committees report giving, diversity of members


SBC presidents unite, declare stand on marriage


Bumpers: 'Earnestly cry out' for awakening


'What if?' asked at Send North America luncheon


'He Must Increase' focus of SBC pastors


Southern names Chitwood alumnus of the year


Baptist leaders dismayed by Supreme Court decision


SBC seeks awakening, supports marriage


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'Thank you for showing us the better way'


Platt envisions 'limitless' missionary pathways


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Baptist Press (BPNews)

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26-year-old in faceoff with Planned Parenthood


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Retirees help Asian church leaders teach the Bible


BP Ledger, July 27, 2015


FIRST-PERSON: Unity in the Southern Baptist Convention

 

Kentucky Press News Service

Covington asks: How did we get in this mess?


SBA offering disaster assistance


Mercy EMS gains national accolades


Steamy temps and humidity invade Kentucky; heat index will top 100 degrees


Joe Huber III of Huber?s Farm found dead in pond


Children's home wants lawsuit tossed


Pedestrian killed in Adair County


Murder charge expected after body found in shed


Police seek shooter who ambushed, killed 24-year-old man in Clay County


One dead, one injured in Elizabethtown shooting


Lewis schools name new superintendent


Mid-Continent University pupils get payment options


Events, crowds will fill Owensboro in September


Kroger pulls spices for possible salmonella


Trooper in stable condition after pursuit


Upton woman accused of stealing from employer


Rise in infections tied to animal encounters


No bride, no groom, no gender on Ky. marriage form


Stumbo: Arnold, Sherman on hook in LRC case too


Study: ?Pill mill? law has cut doctor shopping


Keith ruled competent to stand trial for triple homicide


Religious group threatens lawsuit over Ky. policy banning anti-gay comments at juvenile jails


Rupp Arena to get $15 million in technology upgrades, including LED scoreboard, Wi-Fi


UK study shows prescription drug law?s effectiveness


Two Kentucky men killed in Wisconsin plane crash


Death by confinement


Challenges mark Fort Knox's new garrison commander


Signs of progress for Kentucky children


Opana worsens fight on opiates


Rural mail study puts focus on problems