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EDITORIAL: You can say what you want . . . but should we?

Is it always prudent for a pastor to use that newfound freedom in the pulpit in favor of or against a political candidate?

Executive order to 'enforce vigorously' religious liberty

Religious liberty advocates commended President Trump’s new executive order to protect faith beliefs and practice, but some said it fell short of what is needed.

Run in Phoenix to support hunger relief
>A coalition of Southern Baptist organizations is sponsoring the Global Hunger Relief Run June 14, the second day of this year’s convention meeting in Phoenix. All registration fees for the event—which includes a 5K race and a one-mile, family oriented fun run—will be used to feed the hungry in the United States and throughout the world.

Seniors encouraged to stay in the race despite trials

Senior citizens from across the state gathered on May 1, 2 and 4 for the Kentucky Baptist Convention’s annual Senior Living Celebration. The day-long conferences were held in Paducah, Bowling Green and Lawrenceburg, with the theme “Race of a (my) Lifetime.”

FIRST PERSON: Seeing the nations next door

When the time came to call a new pastor at a church where Kathy and I had the privilege of volunteering after it had been through a difficult period, we were invited with the ministry staff to meet him and his wife over breakfast.

Gay marriage suit reinstated against Ky. county clerk
A Cincinnati appeals court has reinstated a homosexual couple’s lawsuit seeking damages from county clerk Kim Davis who refused to issue the couple a marriage license because of her religion.
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