"Don't drop the ball, share the gospel." With these words, Steve Coleman, student pastor of Richmond First Baptist Church, challenges his students to have a Great Commission passion for their friends at school.
It was the summer of 1999. I remember it like it was yesterday. The first time I participated in a cross-cultural mission trip was to Haiti, a small island in the Caribbean Sea with a rich cultural history.
As we prepare to enter 2020, the Kentucky Baptist Foundation looks forward to celebrating its 75th anniversary as the Kentucky Baptist Convention's trust agency.
In the 1922 edition of Southern Baptist Handbook, Miss Kathleen Mallory, corresponding secretary of national WMU states, "The Union's attitude toward its task is best expressed in its watchword: 'Laborers together with God!'" From the very beginning, WMU has rallied together to support and partner to advance the gospel.
OWENSBORO—A Kentucky church plant could rightly be called the most unique one in the United States.
The International Mission Board ranks deaf people as the fourth largest unreached people group on the planet, said Gospel Community Church pastor Danny Hinton. Statistically there are 7.5 million deaf people in the U.S., but only about 40 churches focus on trying to reach the deaf population.