PAINTSVILLE—Christine Brown, a native of Paintsville, has been a member of First Baptist Church for nearly 80 years, making her one of the longest, living members—and still counting.
Many individuals are reviewing their charitable contributions at the year end and considering how they could provide additional gifts to their church and ministry causes. Perhaps you would like to make gifts above what you give out of income as tithes and offerings to provide on-going support to additional Baptist causes.
When 2013 alumnus Matt Collins and his family left Clear Creek a few years ago, they did not think they would be headed back to the Creek after a few years.
In my humble opinion, a young person needs a tripod support system to have the best shot at coming to know Christ and then living a life in service to Christ and others. This three-legged support system would include the Christian home, church, and Christian school. When those three entities partner together in raising a young person, the potential for a positive result is much greater than if one or more of the legs of support is absent.
GLASGOW—Liberty Baptist Association's Director of Missions Lynn Traylor is inviting a local biblical counselor to address mental health issues through a quarterly column in the association's monthly newsletter.
GRAYSON—Joshua Schmidt, pastor of First Baptist Church of Grayson, will be nominated for second vice-president of the Kentucky Baptist Convention when it holds its annual meeting in Pikeville Nov. 13.