We often discuss with church leadership that the local church is the most overlooked charity in estate stewardship and legacy giving. It is not that church members are opposed to supporting the ministries and mission efforts of their church in this fashion. Rather, it is primarily because most church members are never encouraged by their church leadership to consider giving a part of their estate to their church.
One of the great things about Clear Creek is our focus on practical ministry training. This includes opportunities for our students to experience firsthand missions and evangelism training as they take advantage of mission trip opportunities while they are at Clear Creek. Student John Falotico shares about his time in Malawi Africa this past summer.
1. God seeing fit to ordain OBI
2. God's continued provision and sustaining grace
3. The 40,000 students who have passed through OBI
LOUISVILLE—Kentucky Baptist Disaster Relief has deployed additional chainsaw and roof tarping crews, chaplains and feeding teams to work in Blakely, Ga., in response to Hurricane Michael relief and clean-up.
McKEE—She's been attending the same church, Gray Hawk Baptist Church in McKee, since she was a little girl. But now at 86 years old, Jacqueline "Jackie" Brumback has officially been one of their church pianists for nearly 75 years.
Thanks, Kentucky Baptists! This coming year is an important milestone for the Western Recorder: We're celebrating a century of service as the Kentucky Baptist Convention's official newspaper!