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Sunrise set to open three new offices

Sunrise Children's Services is opening new family services offices in London, Pikeville and Florence.


A good reminder

After a recent week-long road trip, I was given a good reminder of why I go on the road from time to time.


Give your house and live in it, too

A retained life estate gift allows homeowners tp deed their personal residence or farm to a charity through an irrevocable retained life estate agreement. The deed includes a provision reserving to the owners the right to use the property for the rest of their lives.


Louisville megachurch finds next pastor within

Members of Highview Baptist Church voted to call Aaron Harvie as senior pastor on June 26. He succeeds Les Hughes, whose resigned last June.


FOUNDATION: Gift of A Lifetime

Each year the Kentucky Baptist Foundation is fortunate to receive estate gifts that were planned in earlier years by thoughtful, forward-looking donors.


Family Forum: Shattered Vows

Being sexually betrayed by your husband is devastating but does not have to be debilitating.


Church leaders, members can sharpen ministry skills at Equip

Registration for the Kentucky Baptist Convention's premier church leader training conference, Equip 2016, is now open.


A Better Attitude and A Softer Heart

New student Cody Simpkins, from Cincinnati, Ohio, is thankful for the learning environment at Clear Creek that has given him new insight into ministering to people.


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WR Recent Articles

Website to aid foster care, adoption


Pastors on politics: It's biblical, not controversial


New Kentucky Changers trailer named for Duvall


FIRST PERSON: The danger of plenty


Guests flood as Noah's Ark theme park opens


Salvisa celebrates 175 years of ministry


Disaster Relief Volunteers impacting and encouraging others


After W.Va. flooding, Baptist DR aiding recovery


'Insanity of God' shows faith amid despair


Severns Valley pastor Langley to be nominated for KBC president


Ministry center being built on burned church's property


Choices big and small


Does being a Christian change how you handle money?


5 reasons to sponsor a child through Baptist Haiti Mission


Have sports become an idol?


EDITORIAL: Memorable moments in St. Louis


Welding skills light torch for gospel in Mozambique


Thankful for family, friends and Clear Creek


Chitwood: SBC annual meeting was a display of Baptist polity


'The SBC & the 21st Century' book released


Northern Ky. church celebrates mortgage milestone


FIRST PERSON: Reflections of a stats guy


Ky. Baptists building missions pipeline to Alaska


Pineville church starts new chapter with new building


Kentucky Baptists encouraged to participate in Prayer Across America initiative


171 Changers making a difference in Hopkinville


Letter to the Editor: Prostituting rainbow


Letter to the Editor: Concrete soldiers don't throw stones


Bellevue sings of 'King' on Fox, Carnegie Hall


Most churches lack training, funding for prison ministry


Lottie Moon offering reaches $165.8 million


Fresh Ideas: Who pampers youth campers?


'We the People' stirs state legislator's loyalty


McAlister leaves role as KBC's evangelism team leader


Article Archive

Baptist Press (BPNews)

EDITORIAL: El Temor nos Paraliza


Much ventured, much gained by Ariz. church planter


Trump promises change; Baptists remain divided


Financial struggle segues to church planting


Opioid abuse gets congressional, Christian responses


FIRST-PERSON: An issue of the heart

 

Kentucky Press News Service

Grant County company to expand, add jobs


Clark needle exchange opens with one participant


America should heed slain officer's plea


Kentuckians McConnell, Alvarado buck GOP fearfest, strike optimistic notes


Signs of hatred


Necco receives $700,000 from Attorney General


Police look for answers in man's shooting


Officials should rethink process for allocating road money


Convicted drug dealer granted shock probation


Harrodsburg man leads police on multi-county chase


Custom-rifle maker moves business to Hancock County


High school teams practice into the night to stave off heat


March for unity makes way to State Capitol


Feds sue to block $37 billion Aetna-Humana merger


May hail storm expensive for schools


U.S. marshals, deputies arrest fugitives at motel


Free medical clinics serve region at three locations


Squire Boone statue under construction


Noah?s Ark theme park critique unleashes epic flood of email


Woman?s dismembered body found in two Dumpsters; man arrested


Take a few precautions for pets in the heat


Girl sets up Pokestop Shop


As a test, NKU economist 'goes on' food stamps for a year


Prosecutors still want to hear from grandmother in case of missing woman


Bardstown Police chase, arrest naked driver


Three identified after wreck on Ky. 33


Baltimore should move on after latest acquittal


Grant funds bulletproof vests for deputies


Man accused in murder told police he did not remember deadly collision


Search for new WKU president is ongoing

 

Baptist News Global

The Whore of Babylon: Pimping the Body of Christ to the highest political bidder


Vote with our actions, love with our voices


The parable of the black life


Clearing the remaining obstacles for Americans with disabilities is a moral obligation


Talking race is ? and should be ? uncomfortable, Baptist leaders say


Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood announces leadership change


Transitions for the week of 07.22.16


Pro-Trump pastor whitewashes history of pastors during Jim Crow ? including the history of his church