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NBA’s Curry notes ‘what it’s all about’

It didn’t take long for Stephen Curry to start talking about Jesus when he stepped to the stage at Liberty University March 1.


Larry Pursiful: Using his platform to please God

“I can’t please everyone, but I can please God,” Larry Pursiful, associate pastor of Westport Road Baptist Church in Louisville, said at a recent men’s Bible study.


Begin now to prepare for Easter

There are two Sundays each year that provide the greatest opportunity to engage family, friends and people, in general, for invitations to church. Those two Sundays are Easter and Christmas. Even those who are irreligious are more open to attend church on these two Sundays.


Ashland Baptist was 'warrior for missions'

Dorothy Crace will be remembered as “a warrior for missions” in the state of Kentucky and beyond.


Speakers available for Cooperative Program Sunday on April 9

Celebrate Cooperative Program Sunday April 9 with a Kentucky Baptist Convention speaker and hear how God is moving in the state and the world.


The value of God's presence' emphasized at evangelism conference

"The reason that some churches get it and some don't is the presence of God,” Bob Morrison, pastor of Grapevine Baptist Church in Madisonville, said at the West Kentucky Evangelism Conference on March 6 in Princeton.


Harris, long-time Ky. pastor, dies at 79

Thurmon Ray Harris, 79, of Madisonville, passed away Feb. 23, at Baptist Health Madisonville.


Lawmakers appear poised to strengthen human trafficking laws

Lawmakers appear poised to strengthen Kentucky’s human trafficking laws in the final days of the legislative session.


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