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Statewide initiative rooted in love for God, others

In the midst of a season when Kentuckians have been told they can love their neighbor by staying home or wearing a mask to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, two Kentucky Baptist leaders say there's even more we can do to love our neighbors.


Better Together demonstrated through associations

The benefits to churches that partner through the local association are sometimes overlooked. Yet, we know that partnership between churches is an important aspect of New Testament Christianity.


Clear Creek sees numerous ways KBC churches are Better Together to impact the kingdom

One thing for certain, though, has not changed. As I reflect on our upcoming time together as a convention, I can say without a doubt that Clear Creek Baptist Bible College is Better Together in cooperation with our Kentucky Baptist Convention churches.

Better Together … through your Cooperative Program support


Better Together

It's a part of our calling

Better Together. This sounds good and true. In fact, this phrase agrees with what I learned as an RA from the Royal Ambassador pledge which leads us to declare that we will "work together in sharing Christ."


Faithful: Pastors' Conference theme addresses burnout

When Dan Summerlin was elected president of the KBC Pastors' Conference last November, he immediately found himself behind schedule for the Nov. 9, 2020 event in Owensboro.


Cooperative Program roots are in Kentucky

With 14½ million members, the Southern Baptist Convention is the largest non-Catholic denomination in the United States. There are congregations of every size and ethnicity scattered throughout each state in the Union.


On Mission

Biblical, historical and generational imperative of Better Together

Better Together. These words are not mere sentimentalism, but represent both a historic Baptist and a biblical appeal. We are actually Better Together.


This is Oneida

May the Lord be glorified through our united efforts

I typically like to give our staff a theme each year. This year's theme is "Together." I have told our staff it is more critical than ever that we support one another and are united in our efforts.


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