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Wanted: Church planters in Kentucky

As followers of Jesus Christ we have a more urgent plea for an even greater need than Pony Express riders. We need an entire army of Kentucky Baptists men, women, boys and girls who will deliver the saving message of the gospel to the nearly 3,600,000 Kentuckians who do not attend any church on Sunday morning.

Striving together to equip the called

Clear Creek alumnus David Brainard was content to serve in his role as pastor—until God called him to serve in another role. Your Cooperative Program gifts helped equip him for service.

Fighting for families
Sunrise, others leading the charge for children

Progress been seen in the fight to provide care and hope for Kentucky's vulnerable children — but those leading the charge in that battle say there's much more work to do.

Church growth substantial with bivocational staff

HODGENVILLE—DeWayne Gibson's ministry plan didn't work out just like he had planned. And he's thankful it didn't.

Leading a talented team

I am fortunate to lead the Church Consulting & Revitalization Team at the Kentucky Baptist Convention. This team consists of a group of multi-talented overachievers, to say the least. Several team members hold earned doctorates, some have published books, but all are viewed as experts in certain areas of church life.

Kentucky Baptist leader left a great legacy

In the last years of his life, J.S. Coleman was nicknamed "the old war horse." When he died on March 29, 1904, he had spent 50 years in the ministry, leading the charge for Christ. While he is largely forgotten today, his life presents many important leadership lessons for 21st century Kentucky Baptists.