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Crossings: We are open for business

And as of now, we're still open for business for your church to come and retreat with us. It would help us greatly if you're considering a weekend retreat at either Jonathan Creek or Cedarmore. Call us and book now — fall's a beautiful getaway time at both properties!


This is Oneida
One of school's most unique years

The Oneida ministry benefits from the generosity of so many — Cooperative Program giving, WMU gifts made possible through the Eliza Broadus Offering, gifts from individuals, churches, foundations, special offerings and so many more enable us to minister in new ways to kids in our care during what will be one of the most unique years in our school's history.


Eliza Broadus Offering: Multitudes of ministries benefit from your generosity

The Eliza Broadus Offering provides funding for a variety of Kentucky Baptist ministries. Language missions, church planting, disaster relief, collegiate outreach, church and community missions, evangelism, Kentucky Changers, missions opportunities for children and more receive funding through the Eliza Broadus Offering. EBO is sponsored by Kentucky WMU in partnership with the Kentucky Baptist Convention.


Generosity...Become a 'doer' of the Word

Many people in Kentucky were touched by the generosity of the late Ward F. Correll. International Mission Board President Dr. Paul Chitwood said, "Ward Correll was the most generous man I've ever met." Among his many recognitions was a 2003 award as Philanthropist of the Year by the Association of Fundraisers, Bluegrass Chapter.


EBO impacts international students for Christ

The Eliza Broadus Offering (EBO) has a tremendous impact on connecting international students in Kentucky with the gospel.

One of the longstanding ways that EBO ministers to international students is through the annual Connect International Student Conference.


Guidelines for churches in handling money

Here are some tough questions that should be asked to evaluate the handling of money in your church.

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