CAMPBELLSVILLE—"Who is a missionary? I am, and so are you," Chris Clarke, founder of Happy Trails Ministry and pastor of Kentucky Lake Cowboy Church, told students at Campbellsville University Oct. 22.
HAVELOCK, N.C.—Linda Mills, 70, has served others in her community for 42 years by hosting Sunday lunches from her cozy home in Havelock, N.C. Her humble service has earned her the affectionate moniker "Mama Mills."
LYNCH—Chuck Todd spent a career in agriculture trying to kill fungi that could harm crops, but now he's trying to figure out if a fungus can help revive Eastern Kentucky's economy.
Evangelists are prone to exclaim, "There is no plan B!" Their intent is to motivate us to tell others about Christ. While it's a compelling evangelism charge, it doesn't always ring true in life.
LOUISVILLE—Rachael Denhollander, the former gymnast who helped catch serial sex abuser Larry Nassar, said it was her worth in Christ that led her to seek justice and ultimately forgive the man who molested her.
BOONEVILLE—A small church outside the Appalachian town of Booneville has received a huge boost from a fellow Kentucky congregation five hours away in the far western part of the state.