LOUISVILLE—The Kentucky Baptist Convention Mission Board took another step today to distance KBC churches from congregations that contribute to a missions network they say has given an appearance of approving of homosexual behavior.
FRANKLIN, Tenn.—Radwon and Asmaa Alajrab know what it's like to be homeless and to lose everything they own. The Syrian natives had to leave the country where they were born several years ago due to civil war. They went across the border and became refugees living in Jordan. But that was really a new beginning.
NASHVILLE—Randy Parks remembers the music, the games, and the wacky events from the first summer he attended Centrifuge in 1979. But most of all, he remembers the clear message of the gospel and the strong conviction that a life following Christ was exciting and worth living.
Pembroke & Glasgow—In 1960, Martin Luther King Jr. said in a television interview, "I think it is one of the tragedies of our nation, one of the shameful tragedies, that 11 o'clock on Sunday morning is one of the most segregated hours, if not the most segregated hour in Christian America."
After receiving many comments about last month's article regarding things you might not know about Oneida, I decided I would share some additional interesting facts about OBI that you might not know.
Mary Kay Ash, of Mary Kay Cosmetics, is fond of saying that bees can't fly. She says, "Aerodynamically, the bumble bee shouldn't be able to fly, but the bumble bee doesn't know it, so it goes on flying anyway." There is a popular saying in our day that evangelistic revivals no longer work. We are told that people will not attend and that revivals are not an effective evangelism tool. Apparently, many Kentucky Baptist pastors did not get the message and they keep on scheduling spring and fall revivals and in many cases, they experience a surprising move of God.