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Kentucky WMU: Helping Kentucky Associations

Associational Emphasis Week is observed each year in May. The Eliza Broadus Offering is helping Kentucky Baptist associations do a variety of missions work. We have already received two reports from the $500 grant given to each association in February.

Thoughts from a 25-year OBI servant

Why am I an assistant principal?

FIRST PERSON: When things don't go as planned

Try as I might, some things just don’t go quite like I’ve planned. You probably have had things go awry as well.

Perpetuate your tithe

Tithing is part of our Christian stewardship responsibilities. It is a discipline practiced by many all of their lives, and it is vital to the continued viability of the programs and ministries of our churches.

Pushing back against the grain

If we want our relationships to be different, then we must push back against our culture.

CLEAR CREEK: Bi-vocational pastor thankful for opportunity to study

Bruce Harrison is one of our online students who just completed a certificate in Bible. He is a bi-vocational pastor and is thankful for the opportunity our online classes provided for him to study.

KBC Executive Director: KBC 2.0

I am seeing the most unified KBC I’ve known in my 20-plus years of involvement. Thanks be to God!

99-year-old ready for more world track records

At 99 years of age, Orville Rogers holds 16 age-group world records in individual and relay running events and has climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania at an altitude of over 19,000 feet.

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Executive order to 'enforce vigorously' religious liberty

Run in Phoenix to support hunger relief

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FIRST PERSON: Seeing the nations next door

Gay marriage suit reinstated against Ky. county clerk

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Crossings activity center dedicated in honor of Melber

Frankfort church celebrates 75 years

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Feeling a bit overwhelmed, parents? Help is on the way

H.B. Charles to be PC nominee

Southern professor to lead adoption overhaul in Kentucky

Fla. pastor Jose Abella 2nd VP nominee

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Paying tribute to our mothers

2nd WMU grant to support Smoky Mountain fire victim

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How Kentucky churches can help prevent teen suicide

ONEIDA: Problems and challenges

World’s oldest person: an ‘extra-precious’ Baptist

Mountains to the Mississippi

Americans say they’re fond of Bible, but how many actually read it?

GUEST VIEWPOINT: Seeing the nations next door

The Dangerous Seven

Four questions when planning a charitable gift

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Summertime outreach ideas

Student thankful for bi-Vocational minister’s certificate program

Notes from the Back Row: Rolling Back Stones

Pastors’ Conference to spotlight Philippians

EDITORIAL: Showers of blessing, gardens of love

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Church planting is a journey: Let KBC show the way

2017 SBC annual meeting program

SBC Phoenix: ‘Pray! For such a time as this’

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Baptist Press (BPNews)

7-year-old turns lemonade into ministry for foster kids

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Pastor, wife grow family with adoptions through Sunrise

Fossils said to be 'at odds' with evolutionary theory

ERLC Academy provides equipping on ethics

Bible Study: May 28, 2017

FIRST-PERSON: Tips to young women in ministry


Kentucky Press News Service

Southbound rest area on Interstate 65 in Hart County reopens Friday

Memorial Day ceremonies at state veterans cemeteries, nursing homes

Lt. Gov. Hampton honors fallen troopers and officers at KSP Memorial Service

PSC OKs Duke Energy Kentucky to deploy smart meters

Tri-Arrows Aluminum to invest $125 million in Logan Aluminum

New campaign will train workers, attract more jobs

Senate should unmask student outcomes data

Calling Dr. Paul: Seriously, you don?t think the U.S. can afford health care?

Fire department expansion necessary step

Man shot four times questions why assailant hasn't been charged

Heart transplant recipient's family gives back

Bowling Green population now tops 65,000

Investment in Carroll County steel plant will produce 75 new jobs

Psych eval ordered for Maysville woman jailed on terrorism charges

Bevin makes appointments to Kentucky boards and commissions

Flash flooding hits Pike County

Beshear: Steep prescription discounts sign of fake pharmacy scam

?This is power in the information age?

Falls of Rough man indicted on murder charge

Unemployment rates up in 83 Kentucky counties in April

Matt Bevin, Kentucky's Dear Leader, wants us to shut up. Not in America, comrade

From one ?cicada? to Gov. Bevin: Noise in your ears will only get louder

Increased traffic enforcement expected Memorial Day weekend

Authorities: Deputy shot at suspect

$535 million possible from sale of KentuckyOne facilities, Parent CHI reveals

Using pen name, judicial nominee wrote slavery and abortion are our 'greatest tragedies'

Can Bevin bash media, rely on Facebook to accomplish ?the toughest thing??

Kentucky voters ?played for suckers? by ?modern-day Pharisees,? Steve Beshear says

UK?s Diallo withdraws from draft, wants to fulfill dream of winning national title

Confederate monument quietly turns 130


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