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Fruits of the labor...

IMB missionary's first convert instrumental in starting 8 churches in Africa

Christians understand they may never see the fruits of their labor. But that's not the case for Wayne Myers and his wife, Barbara, who served as IMB missionaries to Swaziland for 23 years. And the joys of their labor have been shared in recent weeks with many Kentucky Baptists.

Evangelism around the table

Helpful hints on sharing the love of Christ this Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving provides Christians with an immediate opportunity not only to thank God for what He has done, but also to share the love of Jesus around the Thanksgiving table.

Clear Creek is thankful for your support

During this season of Thanksgiving, all of us here at Clear Creek Baptist Bible College would like to say "Thank You" to Kentucky Baptists for all the many ways you show your support for this ministry.

Giving thanks for bivocational pastors

The gift of God allows us to experience salvation, redemption and the blessing of viewing all good gifts as coming from the Father. We could create an endless list of all the gifts of God, but I would like to focus on the gift of the bivocational pastor.

Lottie Moon Offering is 'everything' for Kentucky family in Zimbabwe

How significant is the Lottie Moon offering to an IMB missionary? Kentucky native and IMB missionary to Zimbabwe Nick Moore explains it well.

Open your home to build relationships, share the gospel with unbelievers

In her recent book, The Gospel Comes with a House Key, Rosaria Butterfield outlines how she went from an unbeliever living a lesbian lifestyle to a born-again follower of Jesus Christ, and is married to a Presbyterian pastor.

From the editor

God gave you a gift of 86,400 seconds today. Have you used one to say thank you?

Interview: Dr. Tim Searcy

Dr. Tim Searcy is pastor of Allen Baptist Church near Prestonsburg and is the current president of the Kentucky Baptist Convention. His term will end at the November annual meeting, and here he reflects on his presidency.

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