Messengers to the Kentucky Baptist Convention Annual Meeting in Louisville tasked their credentialing committee with monitoring potential policy changes by the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship to allow the hiring of LGBT people.
We need our faithful readers and pastors to help enlist more readers. We’re asking Kentucky Baptist churches that do not currently provide the Western Recorder for their members to begin receiving a bundle of 10, 25 or more copies to distribute on Sundays, to share with new members or prospects, to help elderly shut-ins stay connected, or to take with them on hospital visits. This is an excellent way to help your church members see what the Western Recorder—and being a Kentucky Baptist—is all about.
With horrible tragedies ringing in our minds such as school, workplace, event and, most recently, church massacres, we are sometimes prone to ask, "Where is God?"
Joy Bolton, executive director-treasurer for Kentucky Woman’s Missionary Union since Sept. 1, 1999, announced her intent to retire to the Kentucky WMU Executive Board at their October meeting.
Messengers to the Kentucky Baptist Convention Annual Meeting in Louisville set a Cooperative Program budget goal of $21.5 million for 2018-2019.
Kentucky Baptist messengers elected a Louisville pastor and a Western Kentucky director missions as vice presidents during their annual meeting today at Louisville’s Highview Baptist Church.
Messengers at the 180th annual meeting of the Kentucky Baptist Convention adopted four resolutions by a show of hands on Nov. 14 at Highview Baptist Church in Louisville.
Charles Frazier, pastor of Zion’s Cause Baptist Church in Benton, was elected by acclamation today as president of the Kentucky Baptist Convention during its annual meeting at Highview Baptist Church in Louisville.
This promotional video is available to use with church announcements or at an associational event to encourage readership of the Western Recorder.