May the Lord give each of you a wonderful Thanksgiving and may the Lord enable each of us to live in light of the reality that thanksgiving is more than a holiday; it's a way of life and medicine for the soul of the believer.
When you give to our annual Thanksgiving Offering, you are giving warm meals to hungry children. You are giving hope to families who are thinking about giving up. You are giving education to kids who have previously struggled in school. You are giving family to kids who are longing for a home. Greatest of all, you are showing the love of Christ to our Sunrise kids and families.
One goal of this month's Western Recorder is to call attention to the mindset of thankfulness. David clearly states his position in Ps. 9:1: "I will give thanks to the Lord." In spite of 2020's abnormalities, inconveniences and family hardships, we can still praise God and thank Him.
An unexpected journey of life and ministry has led a man born at Fort Knox back to pastor one of Kentucky’s oldest churches, not far from the well-known military installation. Curtis Woods was called to be the next lead pastor of Severns Valley Baptist Church in Elizabethtown on Sept. 27.
There is only one way for our denomination to remain Better Together — walk in love and stay together. There is prosperity in pain when you stay faithful — even when it hurts (James 1:2-4).
We fellowship (koinonia) in the gospel through the Cooperative Program of the Kentucky Baptist Convention. We fellowship in the gospel because of our common interest in sharing with Kentucky and the world the old, old story of Jesus and His love.