During this Week of Prayer for International Missions, it is fitting for us to note some of the ways that the Eliza Broadus Offering helps to reach internationals in Kentucky. At the top of my list is the work of Baptist Campus Ministry.
What happens when a pastor challenges his church to quadruple its Lottie Moon Christmas Offering goal?
Several years ago I was pastor of a small church in East Texas. Our annual budget was slim, yet a stout conviction of our fellowship was giving to missions. We designated 10 percent of our annual budget to it. I sometimes wondered if our tiny church with our even tinier budget really made a scratch on the proverbial surface of the lost world.
Since early October, the Unto Me Shelter has become a temporary home to five (and counting) persons, who are grateful for a chance to get back on their feet.
Some Christians say they're tired of being made into the bad guys, bigots, haters.
"What is it that we see in the Great Commission that Baptists have done right across the years?" asked Paige Patterson, president of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, speaking on "Baptist Identity in the 21st Century."
Strong partnerships with churches at home have helped Jeff and Liesa Holeman on the mission field.
What would it take to reach more than 34,000 people across the Bluegrass state with God's love? How do believers get the chance to share the gospel in an increasingly anti-Christian culture? Both questions were answered recently by 104 Kentucky Baptist churches with "Operation Inasmuch."
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A marital satisfaction can be a helpful tool.
Will Bevin's election mean tax break for the Northern Kentucky theme park?