John Ryder, director of missions at Boone's Creek Baptist Association, has announced he will retire effective either Dec. 31 or whenever a new DOM is hired.
Nearly 300 Kentucky Baptists attended the first two Equip conferences in Prestonsburg and Russell.
Two events in Greenup Association and one in Pike Association serve as examples of churches and associations that are reaching out to their communities not just in word, but also in deed.
Watching Laura Spradlin drain 3-pointers and block shots, it's hard believe a car crash nearly took her life.
Around 50 Murray State University international students gathered with First Baptist Church of Murray for food and fellowship to kick off their school year on Aug. 13. It was just one of many events that First Baptist will host for the international student ministry.
On the 15th anniversary of the deadliest terrorist attack in U.S. history, Southern Baptists are being urged to join hundreds of thousands of Christians from many denominations and ethnicities in praying for a Christian awakening in the nation.
Just one week after a Bowling Green man attacked his father with a knife in Hillvue Heights' sanctuary, co-lead pastor Jamie Ward is encouraging the congregation not to recoil in fear, but instead remain "a church for all people."
How can a Christian stay mentally and emotionally healthy in a day when media constantly bombards us with sights, sounds and images of violence?
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