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Owenton teen urges peers to embrace Bible drill

A Kentucky teen who was runner-up in the National High School Bible Drill earlier this year is encouraging others to get involved in the Christian competitions.

Autumn Adkins, the 18-year-old daughter of Robby and Kristi Adkins of Owenton, said preparing for Bible drill competitions helped expand her knowledge of the Scripture.


Warren at Vatican: Be 'winsome under attack'

Christians must defend marriage by facing opponents winsomely and demonstrating that God's plan of one man and one woman for life promotes human flourishing, Rick Warren told international religious leaders at the Vatican.

Warren, pastor of Saddleback Church, a Southern Baptist congregation in the Los Angeles area, said he supports God's unchanging model for marriage and opposes gay marriage because "the only way to always be relevant is to be eternal. What is in style goes out of style. But no revolution lasts. Every lie eventually crumbles under its own deception. Cultures rise and fall. Cultures come and go. It isn't necessary to be on the right side of culture. It is necessary to be on the right side."


IMB's Platt unfolds five-point strategy

Olive Branch, Miss.-IMB President David Platt outlined his five-point strategic plan while presiding over his first trustee meeting as head of the mission agency. In a plan based on five biblical goals which have led to four practical steps and three initial recommendations, Platt offered two important reminders to reach one all-consuming goal: glorifying God.

Platt's five biblically based goals for IMB are: exalting Christ, mobilizing Christians, equipping the church, facilitating church planting and "playing our part in completing the Great Commission," he explained to trustees during their November meetings in Olive Branch, Miss.


James appoints chairpersons for KBC committees

Tom James, the newly elected president of the Kentucky Baptist Convention, has announced his selection of committee leaders.

James said the 14 appointed chairpersons will help guide the future of an organization that seeks to serve nearly 2,400 Southern Baptist churches in the state.


Ezell calls on Ky. churches, students to help New Yorkers

Alpharetta, Ga.-North American Mission Board President Kevin Ezell is calling on Kentucky Baptist churches to assist with the ongoing rebuild efforts in and around New York City following Hurricane Sandy.

More than two years have passed since Hurricane Sandy slammed into the northeastern coastline, and while Southern Baptist Disaster Relief has been helping since day one, Ezell said thousands of residents still desperately need help.


May's Lick celebrating 225 years of ministering in Maysville

May's Lick Baptist Church is celebrating its 225th anniversary Nov. 29-30.

"It's a little bit about the past, but really we don't want to live in the past. We want to move forward," said Jim Grunke, chairman of the deacons at May's Lick.

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