When composing or updating wills and estate documents, a couple will naturally discuss how to divide their estate. Many questions arise during these discussions. Do you leave equal amounts to your children? Will each child be a wise steward of the inheritance or have they proven irresponsible with money?
One of the great things about Clear Creek is the fact that many of our graduates end up serving back in our Kentucky Baptist Convention that supported them during their educational journey. Our current KBC President Dr. Tim Searcy, pastor of Allen Baptist Church in Prestonsburg, is a Clear Creek alumnus. He reflects on the impact of the school on his life
Sometimes small and unexpected words of encouragement can go a long way. I must admit that being an encourager is something I struggle with as a leader. I often think I need to do more to encourage our staff and students. Sometimes in leadership, as you deal with problems and challenges, it can be easy to lose sight of the positive and the big picture. In recent weeks, I have often found myself, at the end of my day, asking myself if I did something of eternal value.
RICHMOND, Va.—Unity, fellowship and promises of mutual support characterized the installation of International Mission Board President Paul Chitwood and the Sending Celebration of 19 newly appointed international missionaries Feb. 6.
LOUISVILLE—The Western Recorder—Kentucky's statewide Baptist newspaper for 190 years—will experience two significant changes in March that are designed to bolster its impact and effectiveness in communicating with Baptists across the commonwealth and beyond.
A Business Times story last March accurately was headlined "Newspaper industry faces evolution, not extinction." That fact-based opinion is certainly mirrored by action taken last week by the Western Recorder board of trustees. Your Western Recorder is not going away—but it is changing. And I believe the changes will benefit readers, advertisers and the churches of the Kentucky Baptist Convention.