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Pastors salaries on the rise but medical coverage drops

Compensation for full-time Southern Baptist church staff members has exceeded the cost-of-living increase over the past two years. However, health insurance coverage continues to decline, according to the 2016 SBC Church Compensation Study.


Columbine martyr film seeks bold youth revival

When two fellow classmates approached Rachel Joy Scott on the lawn of Columbine High School and questioned her belief in Jesus, she affirmed her faith and was shot to death at point-blank range


FIRST PERSON: Some advice from a fellow student

It's easy to forget the importance of our own spirituality when confronted with these assignments and deadlines.


Weaver to lead Franklin Association

Jeremy Weaver joined Franklin Baptist Association as director of missions Sept. 1.


Was 9/11 a catalyst for missions to Muslims?

In the years since Sept. 11, 2001, the number of Unengaged, Muslim Unreached People Groups (UMUPGs) in the world has decreased by nearly 20 percent, from 1,333 in 2001 to 1,077 today, according to statistics provided by Vision 5:9, a coalition of Christian missions organizations focused on reaching Muslims.


500-year-old Torah scroll 'gift of a testimony'

A complete scroll of the Torah dating to the 16th or 17th century was given to Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in a presentation at Alumni Memorial Chapel, Sept. 1.


Baptist students, 450 strong, aid flood survivors

LSU's Baptist Collegiate Ministry spearheaded a massive cleanup event, drawing more than 450 students from collegiate ministries in Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia and Tennessee.


Skip the endorsements in church, most Americans say

Since the 1950s, the IRS has banned preachers from endorsing candidates during church services. Most Americans seem to like it that way.


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'Insanity of God' ticket sales top $1 million


Hendricks named editor of Baptist Press


“Good News” delivered to doors of Hopkins County residents


Global Hunger Sunday promotion kit available


Flood recovery to enlist Baptists nationwide


Discerning ministry call focus of new book


Couple in 90s tie knot at Marshall County church


Pastor, be true to God and yourself


Converge's goal: Engage students to engage students


Hardin now known more for gospel than catfish


Planet's discovery spurs questions about 'intergalactic missions'


Sexual identity report lauded as pastor resource


Mountains to the Mississippi


Pro-gay 'shame list' heavy on Baptist colleges


Beginning with worship


Roy Moore to stand trial for gay marriage order


Family Forum: Living Psalm 23 in your marriage


Clear Creek offers bi-vocational certificate


Church planting is journey, KBC has map


Troubled siblings find homes, happiness


Financial Forum: Planning for your family


Celebration and renewal


Katrina-like disaster deployment underway


Mexico Baptists setting example of faithfulness in missions


Flooded treasures and withstanding coming storms


IMB announces new mobilization VP


Taking the church to the world on a Harley


Sturgis Bike Rally remains fertile soil for evangelism


FIRST PERSON: Soak in the view


Equip tour trains leaders at 8 sites


Moore: Shaking of culture sign God hasn't given up on church


ERLC event: Gospel applies to race, politics, art


An “out-of-this world” testimony of our amazing creator


Maple Grove Daycare celebrates 50th birthday, founder celebrates 90th


Gray to lead KBC evangelism and church planting


Former pastor, seminary prof joins KBC staff as church consultant


DR 'angels' continue to aid La. flood survivors


2nd showing of 'Insanity of God' slated Sept. 13


Vacation at Oneida


Common retirement planning mistakes


CP giving tops $20 million in Kentucky


EBO had a part in it ...


South District food drive brings in 70,000 goods


KBC chorales: Musical ambassadors for Christ


What do the new overtime regulations mean for churches?


Auditions open for All-State Jr. High Choir


EDITORIAL: Worshiping through music affects our lives


Central City church to provide Bibles through motorcycle ride


Mayfield church collects $118k offering for church planters


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Baptist Press (BPNews)

EDITORIAL: Somos Llamados


Bronze Star, Purple Heart restored by Baptist DR


New Baptist Covenant extols racial justice


Contempt of Congress sought for fetal tissue firm


Nashville lightens up on marijuana penalties


FIRST-PERSON: We are family

 

Kentucky Press News Service

Student lives cyber bullying nightmare


Vanishing workers - trades see shortages


Drag racers embrace the high-speed rush


Cybercrime threat seen


Former deputy clerk pleads guilty to abuse of public trust


Former Nelson County woman gets felony expunged


Kentucky school assaults against staff up in 2014-15, report says


Scary clown arrested, and he?s still in costume in his jail mug shot


Fall weather is finally on the way for Kentuckians


Lottery sales running ahead of year ago


L?Oreal to install large solar array in Kentucky


Advocacy group to host forums on possible Medicaid changes


KSP charges Indiana man with child sexual exploitation offenses


Court rules Kentucky pension systems can be sued for bad investments


Grimes: Public ?bets against? younger generation showing up to vote


Bowling Green woman found guilty of reckless homicide


Minton updates lawmakers on court progress, asks for raises for judiciary


First bourbon still a year away, but Boyle distillery opens to public Saturday


Three plead guilty to Winchester apartment homicide


Email scandal worsens with new disclosures


Kentucky Supreme Court: Bevin bound by law


Limited government best for local business


Journalism under attack from former allies ? universities


Publishing public record adds another level of accountability


Teen charged in connection with drive-by shooting


New large downtown employer thrills merchants


Louisville?s heat struggle gets national attention


Louisville Police to invest in gunshot detection system


Discord over audit strikes 2 U of L boards


Anonymous online critics can?t be easily unmasked, Kentucky Supreme Court rules

 

Baptist News Global

ESV gets final revision as ?unchanged? word of God, publisher says


Helicopter preaching


Soaring cathedral attendance buttresses church worship figures


Religion and resistance at the new National Museum of African American History and Culture


Before the chasm is too great: Reflections on Luke 16.19-31


The missing gospel in Black Lives Matter


Consortium for Global Education marks 30 years supporting ?educational lighthouses?


Congressional chaplains: Can they welcome all religions and no religion at all?


Brian McLaren: 10 reasons I parted company with the Conservative Evangelical Project


Transitions for the week of 09.23.16


The civility of discourse


Creating our own American hell