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Mountains to the Mississippi
What's going on across the commonwealth this week? Revivals, new pastors and more.

After finding God in Gitmo, Army vet reunites with military chaplain for T4G

Nearly two years after his military chaplain baptized him in one of the world's most spiritually dark places, Illinois police officer and Army veteran Scott Carter reunited with Southern Seminary alumnus Raymond Lowdermilk at the April 12-14 Together for the Gospel biennial conference for what he described as a "glimpse of heaven."

Carnes tapped to lead KBF

Richard Carnes, vice president and senior client advisor for PNC Bank in Louisville, was unanimously selected April 23 by board members to become KBF president. If approved by members of the Mission Board of the Kentucky Baptist Convention, when they meet May 4-5 in Louisville, Carnes will return to the helm of the agency he previously led for seven years.

Surrender, sacrifice and serve
WMU exhorted to live a missions lifestyle

"All for You: Surrender, Sacrifice, Serve" was the theme of the Kentucky Woman's Missionary Union annual meeting April 10-11 at Sand Spring Baptist Church in Lawrenceburg.

11 state missionaries commissioned at WMU meeting

Joyce Flaugher felt God pulling her toward missions most of her married life, and she said that call only grew stronger after her husband died.

Louisville church kicks off 200th anniversary

On Saturday, April 11, more than 500 people joined Walnut Street Baptist Church in Louisville for live music, hot dogs, inflatables and a host of block party activities to kickoff a series of events celebrating its 200th anniversary.
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