"Shine Like Stars In The World" Philippians 2:15
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Creative approaches for teaching Scripture to children

While watching a group of children in a Bible drill, I was amazed at how quickly they located the books of the Bible. Once found, they recited from memory the reference. Silently, I wondered how many adults in the audience could have done the same.

After Thought: REACH offers encouragement for reaching people

Usually a two-day meeting at one location, this year the REACH Evangelism event features a one-day format in four locations. At each site, although speakers may vary, the key word remains the same: be intentional.

Pop-up dental clinics provide avenue for outreach

BOWLING GREEN—Throughout March and April across the commonwealth, a SEND Relief trailer can be seen in church parking lots, providing pop-up dental clinics, serving neighborhoods in need.

Child marriage on chopping block in Kentucky, other states

NASHVILLE—An 11-year-old rape victim in Florida, a 14-year-old ninth-grader in Texas, a sexually abused 16-year-old in Kentucky. They are among thousands of girls forced to marry adult men in the past 50 years under laws permitting such unions in most U.S. states.

East Kentucky church thrives as pastor 'equips the saints'

MYRA—Nearly 30 years ago, Dave Hammond was ordained into ministry. In 1991, he became the pastor of Faith Baptist Mission, a church plant of First Baptist Church of Jenkins. Under his leadership and by God's grace, the church has grown from the founding 12 members to averaging 200 on Sundays.

Annie Armstrong Easter Offering: Meeting needs first in New York City

NEW YORK, New York—Once an abandoned storefront tagged with spray paint, the building that originally housed Graffiti Church has become a symbol of hope on New York's Lower East Side. Send Relief missionaries Dr. Taylor Field and wife Susan strategically positioned the church plant in 1986 amid crack houses and a large homeless population, eventually making this neglected neighborhood their home.