We recently held staff in-service for the 2018-19 school year. Three staff members shared their testimonies and did a fantastic job. One of the ladies who shared is an Oneida graduate. She has an amazing story of God's grace and how He used our ministry to rescue her from a perilous situation.
LOUISVILLE—As Hurricane Florence menaces the Carolina shores, Kentucky Baptist Disaster Relief is swinging into action.
LEXINGTON—Nick Sandefur, pastor of Porter Memorial Baptist Church for two years, will be nominated for president of the Kentucky Baptist Convention when it meets in Pikeville Nov. 13. He will be nominated by evangelist Don Mathis, of Bowling Green.
ATLANTA—Agreements to "assume the best in one another" and that a "Gospel-above-all culture needs to prevail" in the Southern Baptist Convention were among the outcomes when SBC President J.D. Greear met Aug. 20 with 15 executive directors of Baptist state conventions.
Shots rang out just down the hall. Louder than I ever thought. The crisp "pops" were growing closer. The gunman was moving toward us! Would we be his next victims?
LOUISVILLE—Kentucky ranks third for the highest number of overdose related deaths in the nation, totaling 1,565 just last year. Over the last five years, the numbers keep rising, Arlene Rice, founder of Gabriel Project 930, shared with attenders at the Kentucky Baptist Convention's Breaking the Silence conference at Beechland Baptist Church in Louisville on Aug. 25.