"Shine Like Stars In The World" Philippians 2:15
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J.D. Greear seeks unity, diversity

DALLAS—On the heels of an election many Southern Baptists believe was pivotal, J.D. Greear struck a conciliatory tone in response to questions about whether his presidency signals a sea change. He fielded inquiries on a range of issues during a press conference Tuesday (June 12) at the Southern Baptist Convention's annual meeting.

J.D. Greear elected SBC president

DALLAS—North Carolina pastor J.D. Greear was elected Southern Baptist Convention president June 12 during the 2018 annual meeting in Dallas, two years after conceding a closely contested election to lead the denomination.

After Thought: Koinonia
Hard to spell, harder to practice

The winning word at this year's National Spelling Bee Championships should be familiar to most Sunday School-goers. Last week, 14-year-old Karthik Nemmani, of McKinney, Texas, outlasted 515 other spellers, winning in the 18th round by correctly spelling koinonia.

EBO at Work: NAME prayer partners

About six years ago, Kentucky WMU was asked to begin a prayer partnership with NAME (Northern Africa and the Middle East). During these years we have received monthly prayer requests which have been distributed by email to people who requested to be part of the prayer team for NAME.

Clear Creek Chronicle: Graduation memories

At graduation our graduates share their fondest memories of their time as a student and we wanted to share a few of those with you. Whether on campus, online or both, these students answered God's call to pursue education for ministry at Clear Creek. Some will continue their education while others are entering full-time ministry. We ask you to pray over them as they continue to follow God in ministry.

This is Oneida: 'The course of my life was changed'

Dear Kentucky Baptists,

When I was barely a teenager, my parents divorced and my mother, brother, and I moved from Chicago to Kentucky. My dad was still living in Chicago and wasn't really a part of our lives. My mom found out about this place called Oneida Baptist Institute and sent my brother there. After my brother didn't make it at OBI, my mom then sent me.