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Using horses to share the gospel

Happy Trails Ministry, led by Kentucky missionary Chris Clarke, uses the love of horses to share the gospel.


FIRST PERSON: Perception vs. reality

People say, "Get it in writing," but one thing we rarely get down on paper is what someone really thinks of us.


Bans on travel to Miss., N.C., called 'ridiculous'

At least nine U.S. cities and five states have banned non-essential travel by government employees to North Carolina, Mississippi or both, claiming religious liberty bills adopted there discriminate against homosexual and transgendered persons.


Christians call 'payday loans' sinful

Self-identified Christians in 30 states—from Alabama to Wyoming—say it's a sin to lend money to someone who can't afford to pay it back.


Ky. native leading Set Free Daytona to reach bikers

At first glance Jim "Cochise" Powell looks like one of the hundreds of bikers from the Daytona Beach, Fla., area, but those who know him personally know him as Pastor Cochise Chops or Brother Jim, the leader of Set Free Daytona.


Ill. inn owners ordered to host same-sex wedding

An Illinois administrative judge has given the owners of a bed and breakfast one year to provide their facility to a gay couple "for an event celebrating their civil union." The order, part of a decision handed down March 22 in a discrimination case filed by the two men, also includes an $80,000 fine.


A life saved; a life changed

David Robinson came to Oneida as a "rude, disrespectful punk." Where is he now?


Miss. adopts religious freedom bill

Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant has signed into law a bill safeguarding the religious liberty of individuals and organizations who refuse to participate in same-sex weddings or gender identity transitions.


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WR Recent Articles

Kentucky governor signs off on single marriage license form


LifeWay moves swiftly toward new headquarters


Search committees & the challenges they face


Undercover videos seized from Daleiden's apartment


Newborn left at fire station now 12, living good life in Owensboro


Ga. Governor vetoes religious liberty bill


Choosing a trustee


Strengthening Your Commitment in Marriage


Hurting ourselves in the end


New state missionaries commissioned; Missionary of the Year recognized


'The Heart of the Story' focus of state WMU meeting


Kentucky governor signs off on single marriage license form


'Tricky' video endorsing Greear raises questions


FIRST PERSON: Leaders are in great demand, short supply


Diary of a camp staffer


Cooperative Program's broad reach for the gospel


International student enjoys challenge of his studies


CHITWOOD: More than budgets & elections


Chinese scholar finds Bible 'persuasive, beautiful'


A story of revitalization

One Athens, Ala., church brings new life to another


Two Kentuckians appointed to Women's Ministry Advisory Council

Women's roles focus of SBC advisory council


CHITWOOD: It's a great day to be a Kentucky Baptist!


Voice of the Martyrs shares plight at Shelbyville Church


KENTUCKY BAPTIST FOUNDATION: Senior Celebration


ONEIDA: Spring has sprung


CLEAR CREEK: Student thankful for opportunity to learn


Arson, coal decline, yet Black Mtn. perseveres


Finding 'together time'


Church leverages Boomers for kingdom impact


Mountains to the Mississippi


Is religious liberty on the decline in America?


Cooper, Smith named to SBC Resolutions Committee


How does one seek God's will?


Using drive time for 'drive-by' praying


Sunrise Children's Services joins with Kentucky Advocates for Abused and Neglected Children at pinwheel planting


Food pantry keeps going as coal industry struggles


State leaders exploring church revitalization initiatives


Madisonville and Little Bethel churches send pastors to 'bootcamp'


Pakistani Easter bombing death toll surpasses 75


As crops fail in Lesotho, Baptists prepare to feed the hungry


Judas documentary critiqued as heresy, revisionism


Spinning pinwheels and spurring prevention


DR response continues in La., Texas & Miss


Crosby to be SBC president nominee


Crossings chooses new leader with vast experience in student ministry


Article Archive

Baptist Press (BPNews)

Businessman to give day's profits to overseas missions


House documents strike at abortion clinic claims


Tenn. pro-lifers hopeful despite court setback


2016 SBC program schedule released


2016 SBC: Exec. Comm., boards, commission, seminaries, committee nominees announced


Bulldozer-leveled site accorded to grieving church


Mo. religious liberty bill dies in committee


Boko Haram aiding Islamic herdsmen, expert says


FIRST-PERSON: Reaching the 'dechurched'


EDITORIAL: Esto es como una epidemia

 

Kentucky Press News Service

Department of Criminal Justice Training graduates 25 officers from Basic Training


Beshear shot at Bevin falls short of the mark


Locals sound off on public school accountability


Veto aids public records


Retiree's food truck gig a model for others


Bernheim Forest calls all tree huggers


Local news important to residents


Former Bardstown Police lieutenant latest officer to resign


KY 151 removed from National Truck Network on an emergency basis


State seizes moonshine, still in Letcher County


Frustrations and concerns voiced at WKU budget cut forum


Allen farmers charged with crop insurance fraud


REAL ID won?t be a fantasy for domestic flights


Voter portal increases enrollment by 6,000


Boyle County-wide ?dog' ordinance voted into law


UofL, Louisville officials to remove Confederate monument on Belknap Campus


KSP charges Jessamine County man with child sexual exploitation


Governor and Mrs. Bevin invite public to Frankfort's Downtown Derby Celebration May 7


Governor makes appointments to state boards and commissions


Goshen family to air on Family Feud


Flu sticking around for spring


Tornado reportedly touches down


Owensboro distillery opens $45M distribution center


Ali boyhood home dedication Sunday


Louisville waterfront, botanical funding vetoed


Temporary center set up to ease crunch


State incentives approved for toxicology lab, nasal spray manufacturer


Layoffs, furloughs and hiring freezes at Kentucky?s universities


House Speaker Stumbo questions Bevin?s handling of vetoes


Legendary civil rights activist shares stories

 

Baptist News Global

Diane Rehm wants a national discussion of right to die


Beloved: Infertility and what the Church should be saying


Arrest made in Philly church shooting


Faith leaders denounce Trump?s ?call to bigotry?


In defense of the profane


Wealth inequality and the struggle of Baptist polity


New frontiers for LGBTQ-affirming churches


Retirement means little to Texan recalled to coaching at 78


Missouri Religious Liberty Amendment dies in committee


Kerry explains why religion is relevant to U.S. foreign policy