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TGC celebrates Reformation’s 500th anniversary

Some 8,500 people — including a significant contingent of Southern Baptists — celebrated the Protestant Reformation’s 500th anniversary at The Gospel Coalition’s National Conference April 3-5 in Indianapolis.


Pastor takes community involvement to another level

One Texas pastor has found a ministry opportunity serving as a fireman.


Portion of road named for 'Frankfort's pastor'

A one mile stretch of Georgetown Road in Frankfort is being renamed for “Frankfort's pastor,” Wallace Kent.


Celebrating & strengthening the Cooperative Program

Begun by Southern Baptists nearly a century ago, the Cooperative Program has proven to be a most effective and enduring way to support our collective ministry and mission work.


EDITORIAL: Mustard seeds’ have pretty amazing potential

Many of our stories often are “mustard seeds,” through which readers are encouraged in their faith walks and are inspired to launch out in new ministries, such as disaster relief efforts, building or repairing homes through Kentucky Changers, or feeding the homeless and hungry in their communities.


Trump signs bill enabling states to defund PPFA

President Trump signed legislation April 13 that once again enables states to withhold federal family planning funds from Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers.


Restrictions, hostilities increase for people of faith

The world’s religious adherents experienced greater government restraints and social animosities after two years of declines, according to a newly released study.


The empty tomb: archaeology and the ancient record

The thought of Jesus stepping out of the tomb on the first Easter morning is simply overwhelming. His atoning death was magnified by the miracle of His resurrection.


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KBC Sunday School consultant releases ‘Revolutionary’ book


700-plus students attend Boyce's Renown Conference


Cadiz senior adults start own Centershot program


ONEIDA: Stuck in chapel


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4 reasons an estate plan is beneficial


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Louisville church, Boyce college team up to 'invest' in educators


When foster kids come to church


Churches have a partner in reaching, discipling students


Mountains to the Mississippi


Advocates back effort to aid foster children


Chips and sparks fly in Nairobi as DR volunteers teach welding


Wilhelmus named Missionary of Year at Kentucky WMU annual meeting


Trip strengthens faith, reminds of need for prayer


Pastors' Conference launches scholarship opportunity


Beware 'cardiospiritual disease'


ERLC 'unity' statement praised by Gaines, Graham


Cooper returning To SBC Committee on Resolutions


How to minister to your church’s Alzheimer’s caregivers


Kentucky Baptists report 13,681 baptisms last year, down slightly


Texas church mourns loss of 13 members in bus tragedy


Africa drought victims 'family' to Ky. volunteer


Becoming a more evangelistic pastor


‘Do the work of an evangelist,’ REACH speakers urge pastors


Palm Sunday: When the crowd gets it right


Court hears ACLU challenge to Ky. ultrasound law


Chitwood: New ultrasound law faces court hearing


Son sentenced to 10 years in church stabbing case involving father


ONEIDA: From a good kid to a great kid


Writing faith-based grants for Kentucky churches, Part I


EBO at forefront in Corbin


FIRST PERSON: God’s mission and women’s ministry


FIRST PERSON: What global Christians can teach us


5 reasons for a prayer service


Flexible perpetual support


CROSSINGS: Pre-Camp Prayer


CLEAR CREEK: Great Commission Project


What makes finances so hard to talk about in marriage?


Article Archive

Baptist Press (BPNews)

U.S. entry to WWI remembered as chaplaincy catalyst


Porn deemed public health crisis, harmful in 5 states


A Gideons Bible -- borrowed & primed for witness


TRUSTEES: SEBTS reports gains in minority enrollment


LGBT education pushed for British toddlers


SBC DIGEST: Emeritus Korea missionary Don Jones dies; 2nd WMU grant made for Tenn. wildfire relief


FIRST-PERSON: An uncomfortable question

 

Kentucky Press News Service

Beshear opposes rollback of student loan protections


PSC delays revamp of state low-income phone subsidy


Lexington should try anti-violence strategies working in other cities


Dubious yield on tax giveaways


Drug abuse no longer just a criminal matter


Expanding Ky. 313 is ideal project


Good, clean fun


Opioids kill


Transparency achieved by independence


Boyle?s heart attack survival rate must be fixed


Reparations proposal was unrealistic


Governor?s School for the Arts alumni featured in Actors Theatre?s New Voices Festival


Consolidation of Franklin, Simpson County governments discussed


Warehouse distribution center coming to Kentucky Transpark


Deputy returns to work more than year after being shot on duty


Repeat sex offender pleads guilty after Craigslist post


?We?re deeply disappointed?: Clifton Center to close at the end of 2017


Failure to fire Chief Conrad could hurt Louisville mayor


Riverlink update: Ohio River crossings increase in first quarter


Annual unemployment rates fell in 86 Kentucky counties in 2016


Perry County school crash injures 15


Emergency workers pull man from Cumberland River in Williamsburg


Man gets 10 years for sexual offenses from 1968-1975


Chemical leaks prompt protective gear talks


Diabetes may cause more deaths than previously thought


U of L studies how coal ash affects kids' health


Louisville pays $1.6m for police chase that killed 4 boys


Radcliff police investigate shooting


Flooding, mudslides reported in southeast Kentucky following heavy rainfall


Pitching to industrial prospects is a full-time job for Woodford man

 

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