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Mt. Freedom finds revitalization through giving

There are many things one could share about how God is revitalizing Mt. Freedom in Wilmore. Facility makeovers, moving staff to full-time positions, and a community perception of vitality are all evidences that God is doing a great work at the church.

However, one evidence that particularly jumps out is their willingness to sacrifice for the kingdom.

Rappin' grandma had missions heart with 'Words from Eloise'

Remembered by many her tough-talking, missions-focused rappin' grandma character in numerous promotional videos for the International Mission Board, those who worked closely with Eloise Dieker also recall her servant heart.

Hardinsburg gives pastor the blues over OCC challenge

When it came time to collect shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child, Hardinsburg Baptist Church gave its pastor a serious case of the blues.

Pastor Paul Gibson threw down a unique challenge to the church: collect more than 400 shoeboxes, and I'll turn up to preach one Sunday morning dressed head-to-toe in blue. That's no small commitment for Gibson, a dyed-in-the-wool Western Kentucky University fan who once served as the manager for the Hilltopper's mens basketball team. He also served for two years as campus missionary to the University of Louisville.


Pilgrims & Baptists: A little-known connection

If not for a Baptist church split, the Pilgrims might never have come to America.

Sort of.

John Smyth, who often is credited with being the first Baptist, pastored a church where many of the Christians who later came to be known as Pilgrims were members. But when Smyth began to argue with the future Pilgrims over church government, they formed another church under the leadership of John Robinson. In 1620, a portion of Robinson's congregation sailed to Plymouth, Mass., aboard the Mayflower.


Hawk Creek missions team works among Haiti's poorest

A missions team from London saw firsthand the plight of Haitians who lack access to basic medical care-but only after doing their part to bring hope and healing to the sick.

"I was more than a little shocked at the differences we saw in U.S. healthcare and that of Haiti," said Rebecca Rollins, a registered nurse who recently returned from a trip to the impoverished Caribbean nation. "The chart was a piece of white printer paper with their name, age and physical complaints written out-no computer, no privacy, no cleaning between patients, and certainly no government agencies regulating the practices."


Owenton teen urges peers to embrace Bible drill

A Kentucky teen who was runner-up in the National High School Bible Drill earlier this year is encouraging others to get involved in the Christian competitions.

Autumn Adkins, the 18-year-old daughter of Robby and Kristi Adkins of Owenton, said preparing for Bible drill competitions helped expand her knowledge of the Scripture.

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