While church assemblies came to a grinding halt by mid-March, it didn't take long for many Kentucky Baptist churches to find a way to connect not only with their members, but with people who may have never darkened the church doors.
Hopefully by the time you are reading this, we'll be well on our way to resuming "normal" life — although I suspect normal may look different in post-COVID-19 times. It remains to be seen how our lives will be changed when the coronavirus doesn't dominate the news.
There are over 1.7 million homes in Kentucky and over 4.5 million people. Every home and every person in those homes needs the gospel. None of us can reach every home by ourselves, but together we can.
These tips come from tried and true nutritional research. They are things I learned years ago that have stood the test of time, unlike many of the nutrition trends that come and go so often.
"What did those girls have that he did not?" Finally at two o'clock in the morning, the atheist remembered the gospel message Grime had shared earlier. He fell to his knees, confessed his sins and trusted in Christ for salvation.
The power that new life in Christ brings is evident all over our campus. We see it through our students who have been born again by the transforming power of Christ and are now ready to be equipped to serve Him in many different ways.