Ever wonder why we give to EBO? We give because we are supporters of missions efforts. We give because we believe the foundation of giving to missions is biblical tithing and sacrificial giving. Most importantly, we give because people need to know the saving-grace of Jesus Christ.
"There are only four words I want someone to say. And I know it's not going to be today, but I hope soon: 'You are going home,'" said Malachi*, an eight-year-old boy currently living at Sunrise's Woodlawn Center, Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility (PRTF) in Danville
I am always blessed to hear from our Clear Creek alumni about how God has blessed them as they have followed Him on the journey He has led them over the years. Alumnus Nick Catron currently serves as associational missions strategist for the Freedom/Wayne Associations. He reflects on his journey following God to Clear Creek and beyond.
If you've ever done much driving or traveling in southeastern Kentucky, you have most likely experienced the frustration of a slowly moving log truck, coal truck, or some other slow-moving vehicle. I was recently headed to another wonderful ministry in our county called Chad's Hope.
Whenever there is a change in administration, there is always a change in strategic leadership. In previous years, for example, the Kentucky Baptist Convention employed an executive associate for Cooperative Program and resources to serve as the primary Cooperative Program champion.
LOUISVILLE—When the next issue of the Western Recorder arrives in March, Kentucky Baptists' official news publication will have a new look. It will become a monthly magazine.