LOUISVILLE—A Kentucky native with experience as a pastor and administrator is the candidate to guide the state's largest religious organization that serves 2,400 churches.
Stithton pastor guides church to have outward focus
ELIZABETHTOWN—Denver Copeland candidly says he is an "out of the box" pastor. His track record in almost three years shepherding Stithton Baptist Church gives evidence to that perspective.
The ways God works is evident in the remarks made by Oneida Baptist Institute's Class of 2019. Consider these testimonies by this year's graduates:
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May Kentucky Baptists boldly declare the same gospel today that J.B. Moody preached 140 years ago. As we do so, we remember the promise of God—His Word will never return void.
PRINCETON—It's a story that only God could orchestrate. Two families, distraught over obstacle after obstacle in their adoption processes, today see God's divine hand in bringing five siblings from Haiti to their loving, Christian homes in rural western Kentucky.
One of my favorite books of the Bible is the Gospel of Mark. I like his "just the facts" approach to the Gospel story. I had a little laugh recently while reading the following passage:
Kentucky Baptists seek to reverse decline in baptisms
The Kentucky Baptist Convention evangelism team, in cooperation with Kentucky Baptist associations and associational mission strategists, recently completed a 14-stop training tour to equip, encourage and inspire Kentucky Baptists to utilize the North American Mission Board's evangelism mobilization resource known as "Who's Your One?"
Opportunities abound for Kentuckian to share Christ
Plan now for Eliza Broadus campaign
God comforts us in loss
You're never too old to serve God
West Hickman pastor illustrates essentials in ministry
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