"Shine Like Stars In The World" Philippians 2:15
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First Person: What would Jesus do about harassment?

SPRINGFIELD, Ill.—We had to terminate a deacon in a church I once pastored. No one wanted to do it, because he had served for 40 years, and because his wife was one of the kindest, godliest women any of us knew. They were pillars in our church. But it had to be done.

Reading newspaper improves your leadership

VANCOUVER, Wash.—It was once said a preacher ought to have the Bible in one hand and the newspaper in the other-that the sermon needs to connect biblical truth to life today, life in this world and life in a particular place.

Seven steps to sharing Jesus at the front door

With nearly 80 percent of Kentuckians opting out of church attendance on Sunday mornings, according to Glenmary Research which bases their findings on church attendance records, we need to use every method we can find, both new and old, to help lost people encounter Jesus and His saving grace.

180 years of cooperative missions

As Kentucky Baptists come to the end of our 180th year of cooperative mission work, we are humbled and grateful to steward a Kingdom effort that has spanned the better part of two centuries.

8,000 backpacks distributed to Kentucky's kids

"Over 8,000 backpacks filled with underwear, food, clothing, school supplies, and toys were collected and distributed to ministry centers in Kentucky and Cincinnati."

Housing allowance ruling allows 180 days for appeals

DALLAS—A federal district court judge in Wisconsin, as expected, has entered a final order declaring the minister's housing allowance unconstitutional. The Dec. 13 order, however, has been stayed for 180 days after all appeals are exhausted, meaning it currently does not have any impact.