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Calif. wildfires rage, churches 'jumping into action'

Amid Northern California wildfires that have killed at least 13 people and burned more than 1,500 buildings since Oct. 8, Southern Baptist churches have begun ministering and California Southern Baptist Convention disaster relief crews are poised for relief work.


New rules grant conscience win over abortion mandate

The Trump administration delivered a major victory for freedom of conscience Oct. 6 by issuing new rules to protect objectors to the abortion/contraception mandate instituted under President Obama.


Food for refugee influx provided by Baptists' GHR

Southern Baptists are providing critical aid to refugees in Southeast Asia.


Kentucky DR crew facing 'extremely challenging' conditions in hurricane-ravaged Virgin Islands

The disaster relief team of 13 males and six females, who will be serving through Oct. 29, are partnering with nine Southern Baptist churches in the Virgin Islands.


Northern Ky. church reaching their 'Jerusalem'

Hickory Grove Baptist Church in Independence, averages 650 each Sunday, is engaged in a building program, and intentionally reaches out to their community on a weekly basis.


Ky. volunteer back 'helping people out,' undeterred by tragic wreck

Even after a near-fatal accident, Disaster Relief volunteer Butch Turley remains committed to helping.


ONEIDA: Transformations

One of the most rewarding parts of serving at Oneida is seeing a young person begin to make changes for the better.


CLEAR CREEK: Just Google us!

First year student Devon Guy is thankful for technology that makes it easier to find places like Clear Creek.


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Ministering to families of special needs individuals


Cooperative Program: A matter of love


Lessons from a generous widow


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This is Oneida: "You Done Good"


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REACHing Kentucky: Ministering to Our Nation's Finest


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Blackjack Church celebrating 150 years


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Foster Parenting: It's worth it


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Kentucky WMU: Rise Up and Shine!


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In Irma-shattered Caribbean, Baptists arrive to help


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CLEAR CREEK: New, but not new to campus


Pastors' spouses experience mixed blessings


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FAMILY FORUM: Passive Men, Wild Women


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ONEIDA: New staff for a new year


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Giving through the Kentucky Baptist Foundation


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Kidnapped Chinese Christian lawyer details persecution


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ETCH conference: teach whole Bible


Orville Griffin, former Ohio exec, dies at 85


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Kentucky Press News Service

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U of L right to fire Jurich, but what took so long?


Benefits study came with foregone result


Fugitive caught after stolen vehicle found in Livingston


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Being aware of breast cancer is more than pink ribbons


WKU president plans to prioritize raises


VA gives final approval to Brownsboro Road site for new medical center


Braidy Industries wants your money but not your scrutiny


Oldham teen beats diagnosis following brain injury from freak accident


?Today Show? host reveals ties to Kentucky basketball


College accused of misleading students must pay sanctions for stalling


Former Lexington councilwoman sentenced to three years probation in paycheck scam


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15-year sentence possible for shooting a 15-year-old Jessamine student twice in the head


?A tragic story.? She thought it was love, but he took more than $600,000 from her.


Mayfield McDonald's reopens to big crowd, chance to win free food


Police: Kentucky ?Pikachu? jumps White House fence


Surveillance images show gunman in front of WKU Police Dept. Tuesday


Law foils attempts to arrest juveniles, chief says


Suspect arrested in Kevil shooting


Governor makes appointments


Beshear?s settlement with General Motors yields $1.3 million for state General Fund


School bus route ended 11 minutes before crash was reported


High on hemp: New crop slowly makes inroads with farmers


Paul should temper fly in ointment role


Proposed pension reforms look to be a mixed bag


Their service is evergreen


Police: Man tried to run over girlfriend with car


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