More than 7,000 Kentucky Baptist Disaster Relief volunteers were placed on alert Tuesday afternoon as another major winter storm heads toward Kentucky.
As bills are increasingly paid online, more banking transactions done via the internet, and direct deposit becoming the norm, Baptist churches across the state are beginning to embrace the times and offer an alternate way to give tithes and offerings.
New Heights Baptist Church in Pineville hosted a service on Saturday, Jan. 31, and a Super Bowl party on Sunday for the community.
Rep. Tom Riner (D-Louisville) requested the KBC's support during the organization's public affairs committee meeting last Thursday at the Kentucky State Capitol in Frankfort.
A fire destroyed much of Mill Creek Baptist Church in Bell County on Feb. 18.
New City Church may be one of the youngest church plants in Louisville, but it stands tall as one of the top missions givers in the state.
The KBC's missions mobilization team has organized a series of lostness vision tours called Engage KY. The next tour will be held in northern Kentucky March 20-21.
Operation Inasmuch, a national non-profit, provides tools to start a "compassion revolution" that can heal communities and energize churches. Throughout September, Kentucky Baptist churches will participate in a statewide event called Inasmuch Kentucky.