LOUISVILLE—Two top assistants to outgoing Kentucky Baptist Convention Executive Director Paul Chitwood will serve together as interim leaders of the organization while a search committee works to find his replacement.
ROCKVILLE, Va.—About a decade ago, Paul Chitwood became convinced God was calling him to mobilize missions and missionaries, he told International Mission Board trustees. That call culminated Nov. 15, he said, with his election as president of the International Mission Board.
RICHMOND—The International Mission Board has a new president, and trustees from Kentucky couldn't be more pleased with their board's choice.
PIKEVILLE— Tim Searcy, pastor of Allen Baptist Church in Prestonsburg, was elected as president of the Kentucky Baptist Convention at the organization's annual meeting in Pikeville Nov. 13.
PIKEVILLE—Jeremy Atwood, pastor of Immanuel Baptist Church in Glasgow, was elected by acclamation as first vice president of the Kentucky Baptist Convention at the organization's annual meeting in Pikeville Nov. 13.
PIKEVILLE—Messengers to the Kentucky Baptist Convention Annual Meeting Nov. 13 in Pikeville have approved dissolving the Covenant Agreement between the KBC and the University of the Cumberlands, effectively severing their formal ties and allowing the university to begin electing its own trustees.
PIKEVILLE—Grayson pastor Joshua Schmidt was elected by acclamation as the Kentucky Baptist Convention's second vice president Nov. 13 during the organization's annual meeting in Pikeville.
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