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Clear Creek Chronicle: Mission trips lead to ministry training

Many of our students do not experience time on the mission field until after they come to Clear Creek. For first year student McKenzie Gilbert, the mission field led her to Clear Creek.


This is Oneida: Chapel at OBI

After recently speaking in one of our daily chapel services, I was inclined to reflect upon what an awesome privilege it is to present God's Word to our young people. Most Christian schools have chapel once or twice a week, but our students have chapel every weekday. They can be a tough crowd at times, but what an opportunity to share the Gospel with the world.

Thousands gather in Pikeville for Hope for the Mountains crusade

PIKEVILLE—Thousands of people gathered in Pikeville on Sunday, Nov. 11, for what was perhaps the largest religious crusade ever in central Appalachia, an economically depressed region where the scourge of drug abuse has broken families and filled jails.


Northern Kentucky Association's church plant seeking to reach those in recovery

ERLANGER—Northern Kentucky Baptist Association's newest church plant, New Reality, isn't your typical congregation.


Chitwood gives farewell address to Kentucky Baptists

PIKEVILLE—Messengers to the Annual Meeting of the Kentucky Baptist Convention approved dissociating with congregations that are also part of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, broke ties with a university and adopted a $22 million Cooperative Program budget goal.


Guest Viewpoint: Thank you, Dr. Chitwood

On Nov. 15, 2018, the Lord called Dr. Paul Chitwood, one Kentucky's finest servants, to lead the largest mission-sending organization in the history of Christianity, the International Mission Board Kentucky Baptists celebrate his new role while mourning the loss of our beloved leader and friend.

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