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Grateful friends mark Blackaby's 80th birthday

How do you celebrate the life and ministry of an "ordinary" man used by God to launch church planting movements around the world, disciple Christian denominations, counsel internationally-renowned ministry leaders, mentor CEOs of billion-dollar companies, and reform the culture of one of America's most violent prisons?

Southern trustees elect new faculty, celebrate historic enrollment
Trustees of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary elected two new faculty members and received President Albert Mohler Jr.'s report summarizing historic student enrollment during the board's April 20-21 meeting.

UC gives student cancer survivor new outlook on life

When Sierra Jones was 15, she was diagnosed with Myelodysplastic Syndromes (MDS), a type of leukemia that attacks the red and white blood cells, specifically in the bone marrow. Now a sophomore at the University of the Cumberlands, Jones has survived cancer and is majoring in public health and human services.

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.
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