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Suttles unanimously elected president of Sunrise Children's Services

Dale Suttles was unanimously elected president of Sunrise Children's Services during its most recent quarterly Board of Directors meeting.

Former preacher deemed fit to stand trial for triple murder

A former Baptist preacher charged with three counts of murder in a 2013 shooting at a pawn shop in Danville, has been found competent to stand trial.

Religious group threatens lawsuit over Ky. policy banning anti-gay comments at juvenile jails

A religious group is threatening to sue the state of Kentucky over a year-old policy that prohibits anti-gay comments to youths at the state's juvenile detention centers.

Kentucky legislature's gay-marriage backlash

A legislative response to the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling on same-sex marriage is already taking shape in Kentucky, with lawmakers and advocacy groups looking to overhaul marriage laws and expand religious freedom next year.

Mid-Continent University pupils get payment options

The majority of former Mid-Continent University students with financial obligations to the now-shuttered school have received information packets outlining their repayment options.

No bride, no groom, no gender on Ky. marriage form

Do we need to know how many same-sex marriages have happened now or in the future?

Kentucky's marriage licenses no longer track gender after the U.S. Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage June 26.

Send Cincinnati impact expected to cross Ohio river

Send Cincinnati is stretching across the Ohio River to include northern Kentucky, a move that one Kentucky Baptist leader hopes will lead to 20 new churches.

Curbing deaths caused by drug overdoses

While much of the media's focus was on Confederate flag and statue rallies, another gunman at a movie theater, and flooding in several Kentucky counties, an alarming report released by the state Office of Drug Control Policy, showing an increase of 7.6 percent in deaths due to drug overdose, might have escaped our attention. In fact, deaths from drug overdoses made up almost 60 percent of accidental deaths statewide—more than car accidents, fire, drowning or gunshot wounds.

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Rowan county clerk invokes God in denying gay marriages

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Moore: 'It's time for the reborn to stand up for the unborn'

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7 black churches burned in 10 days

Immanuel proving established churches can grow

Talking to your children about same-sex marriage

All-State youth choirs foster friendships, make memories

Blindfolded 5k encourages runners to 'think differently'

Challenge Houses sparking community change and healing

London pastor to be nominated as KBC 1st VP

Dry Ridge pastor to be first VP nominee

Somerset music minister to be nominated as 2nd VP

270-plus teens repair homes in Madison County

It's still completely free–to pastors & DOMs

57 Kentucky county clerks ask governor for special session on same-sex marriage licenses

Beshear meets with county clerk about same-sex marriage licenses

Same-sex marriage foes far outnumber proponents at dueling courthouse rallies

Supporters rally for county clerk

Clay judge-executive says no to all weddings

Two Baptist colleges ask Supreme Court for protection from mandate

Ky. bill protects religious figures, organizations from performing gay marriages

Pastor's plan to raise the Christian flag

Church-state separationist James Dunn dead at 83

Ferguson Baptist honors members with Legacy Building

Former WR editor honored for lifetime achievement

Harvie to focus on planting churches in the Northeast

Elisabeth Elliot: 'reckless abandon to the Lord'

SBTS publishes church revitalization guide

SBC resolutions on key issues pull broad consensus

Love stronger than hate, victim's son says

SBC panel: Value love, Gospel with LGBT community

Committees report giving, diversity of members

SBC presidents unite, declare stand on marriage

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'What if?' asked at Send North America luncheon

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Baptist Press (BPNews)

Life on mission celebrated at Send Conf.

Once-dying church renews mission

CP 1.40 percent ahead of YTD budget projection

Fight to defund PPFA 'far from over'

Craig James: Fox Sports not 'above the law'

LifeWay offers free sanctity of human life studies

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Kentucky Press News Service

Merge local governments

Pill mill measure has mixed results

Debate symbols of the Confederacy

Medical students begin internships at the Medical Center in Bowling Green

Wheelin' and dealin' at the U.S. 127 Yard Sale

Warrant details charges in Lincoln mauling

Ex-coach?s child-porn victim count could be 16

Mobile lab detects low-level release of mustard vapor at Blue Grass Army Depot

Governor requests federal disaster declaration for July flooding

Lincoln County plans to revisit dog ordinance after brutal attack

Beshear announces $266,000 in refunds to coal counties

Col. Sanders statue to be unveiled Wednesday night

McCracken deputies: Tip led to out-of-state fugitive's arrest

Mall payment deadline passes

Fleming County Hospital acquired by LifePoint Health

KSP seeks help in finding escapee

Matt Bevin criticizes Fancy Farm Picnic ? again

Kentucky, Indiana leaders attack EPA pollution rules

Most Kentuckians want Jefferson Davis statue to remain in state Capitol

Ky. voters split on fate of county clerks who refuse to issue same-sex marriage licenses

Ed Lane, Lexington council member and Lane Report founder, dies

Whitfield bashes Obamacare in Hoptown stop

Kentucky lawmakers slam Obama?s EPA regulations

Officials set to dismantle plane as crash investigation continues

Social worker accused of child abuse to appear in court

Shackled Covington students leads to lawsuit

Obama announces tougher rules on power plants; draws the ire of Kentucky officials

I-64 evening lane closures in Shelby planned for this week

After 65 years, ?the reunion of a lifetime?

NKY needle exchange inching forward