Obeying this scripture is how we began 150 years ago when women of the Ladies Aid Society of Walnut Street Baptist Church founded the Louisville Baptist Orphan's Home to care for orphans of the Civil War.
Capitol Commission was recently able to partner with Truth Remains to bring an historic collection of 16th- and 17th-century English Bibles to our state Capitol in Frankfort. These first English translations from the Hebrew and Greek were produced at great cost.
An intriguing account is seen in the Old Testament when the Israelites—three months out of bondage in Egypt—camped at Sinai when Moses went up the mountain to hear from God. The Ten Commandments were given, and Exodus 20 tells us the people saw the thunder and lightning and smoke in the mountain, they heard the trumpet, and they trembled with fear. They implored Moses to speak to them but said "do not have God speak to us or we will die."
LOUISVILLE—The man known as the "Grandfather" of Crossings Ministry is being called upon to lead a new development effort.
FRANKFORT—The women peered into an acrylic case marveling at the ancient book inside—a 16th century Tyndale New Testament—one of only about 10 in existence.
INEZ—The Inez Motel may have once been a place where drugs were exchanged and even used regularly in Martin County.