The Western Recorder has been a friend of mine for the past 30 years. I remember being inspired by the work of Kentucky Baptists in the Western Recorder in the early '90s as a teenage member of Eastwood Baptist in Bowling Green who was processing a call to ministry.
It's every investor's dream — a money-making technique that you can get in on for a small amount money, ignore it for a few years, then reap a great reward.
It didn't take long for Bryan and Krista Grigg to learn that foster parenting can have its share of surprises. After having three biological children, the Griggs began working with Sunrise Children's Services about 41/2 years ago to become foster parents.
Kentucky Baptists are on the front end of an initiative called "Friends of Life KY" that has as a goal of seeing legalized abortion come to an end in the commonwealth.
If someone asks you if you are a friend of life, how would you respond? More importantly, if you give an affirmative response, do your actions give evidence to that fact?
C. S. Lewis wrote in his book Mere Christianity, "Nothing that you have not given away will ever be really yours." Volunteers with Kentucky Baptist Disaster Relief give themselves away for the good of others and the sake of Christ when disasters strike. They have discovered the joy that is found in giving all that we are and have for the gospel.