Oneida Baptist Institute is a place of new beginnings. We typically have a very transient student population—the average stay for one of our graduating seniors is traditionally two years.
LOUISVILLE—A Kentucky Baptist church experienced a new beginning in its evangelistic efforts in June, taking the gospel to a poverty-stricken area in Kenya. The effort resulted in 120 Kenyans coming to faith in Christ during the seven days the mission team was there.
Baptisms in Southern Baptist Churches have been in decline for eight of the past 10 years, according to a recent article from Facts & Trends magazine. The Kentucky Baptist Convention—created by churches, for churches, to help churches reach Kentucky and the world for Christ—is seeking to address this issue with a field-oriented approach to encouraging and equipping churches and their leaders in evangelism.
The older I get, the more set in my ways I become. So new things and new methods are not always looked on with anticipation.
LOUISVILLE—Dr. Todd Gray, a Kentucky native, will lead the state's largest protestant denomination. Gray was called by the Mission Board of the Kentucky Baptist Convention to be the executive director-treasurer in a special called meeting on Thursday in Louisville.
Search committee members for the Kentucky Baptist Convention's executive director-treasurer position found favor in fasting, faith and friendship as they sought God's man the past six months.