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Sandy Wisdom-Martin elected executive director of national WMU

Sandra Wisdom-Martin, executive director of WMU of Texas, was unanimously elected executive director/treasurer of Woman's Missionary Union, SBC, by the WMU executive board during a special called meeting, July 29-30, in Birmingham, Ala.


Raceway Ministries reaching most NASCAR fans ever

NASCAR fans are hearing the Gospel at Kentucky Speedway, thanks to Kentucky Raceway Ministries.


WMU: EBO at Work

This summer Kentucky WMU has helped churches send students, children and leaders through Kentucky Changers, Acteens Activators, and Mission Adventure for Kentucky Kids.


Willing servants' sought to learn about Send Cincinnati

Pastors, directors of missions and other church leaders are invited to discover ways their congregations can impact lives for Christ by meeting with church planters at the Send Cincinnati Vision Tour Sept. 29-30.


A sweet spirit that touches many

Hayley, one of Oneida's 'staff kids,' has been a blessing to staff and students alike.


Mullins, Ky. pastor, dies at 77

Carl Mullins of Dry Ridge, a long-time Kentucky Baptist pastor, died July 7 in Warsaw after an extended illness. He was 77.


Mountains to the Mississippi

Church happenings from across Kentucky.


Raceway Ministries reaching most NASCAR fans ever

Kentucky Raceway Ministries makes it a point every year to minister to NASCAR fans at Kentucky Speedway. They have a great opportunity to make contacts and change lives during a weekend of NASCAR racing, and this year they believe they saw their best so far.


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WR Recent Articles

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Clear Creek: The sounds of summer


Chitwood: Protecting our pastors


Notes From the Back Row: Two polished coins


Crossings Ministries hires director of development


EDITORIAL: Pokémon and the need for community


Pokémon Go: Ideas for churches


Pokémon Go craze drawing gamers to churches


Rescue of 18 from flood waters Just 'doing what I had to do'


FIRST PERSON: Do people's lives really matter?


Laurel River's mother church celebrates 200 years


Gas station fuels spiritual life of town


Bill Nye tours Ark Encounter, hears gospel


Crittenden DOM to retire, cites health concerns


Louisville church seeks to reach Indian neighbors


Biblical studies prof Denny Burk elected CBMW pres.


Baton Rouge shooting stirs nearby churches


Campbellsville University to present Todd Borger for January Bible Preview of Malachi


White evangelicals overwhelmingly back Trump, survey says


Living life of compassion aim of GA camp


Kentucky Changers impacting Frankfort, Lawrenceburg communities


Woodcock, KBC staff member, dies


Sunrise set to open three new offices


A good reminder


Give your house and live in it, too


Louisville megachurch finds next pastor within


FOUNDATION: Gift of A Lifetime


Family Forum: Shattered Vows


Church leaders, members can sharpen ministry skills at Equip


A Better Attitude and A Softer Heart


Website to aid foster care, adoption


Pastors on politics: It's biblical, not controversial


New Kentucky Changers trailer named for Duvall


FIRST PERSON: The danger of plenty


Guests flood as Noah's Ark theme park opens


Salvisa celebrates 175 years of ministry


Disaster Relief Volunteers impacting and encouraging others


After W.Va. flooding, Baptist DR aiding recovery


'Insanity of God' shows faith amid despair


Severns Valley pastor Langley to be nominated for KBC president


Ministry center being built on burned church's property


Choices big and small


Does being a Christian change how you handle money?


5 reasons to sponsor a child through Baptist Haiti Mission


Article Archive

Baptist Press (BPNews)

Affton replant reclaims its community


Atheist responds to Baptists' service & love


Clinton's DNC speech short on social issues


Lawsuit targets city's grant to National Baptists


CCCU board considers membership requirements


MOVIES: Setting the world straight in 2016


EDITORIAL: Para jóvenes teólogos

 

Kentucky Press News Service

Oakwood Specialty Clinic to open Saturday in Somerset


Kentucky Labor Cabinet to hold free OSHA training in Bowling Green


Move over in emergencies: It's the law


Could a strong statement from McConnell check Trump?s threat to GOP, national security?


Floyd man pleads guilty in child sex abuse case


Floyd murder trial postponed again


Both parties playing cynical game on trade


For some, Pokémon Go is a real game-changer


Numerous suggestions at 31-W widening meeting


Regulations create obstacle for school accountability redesign, official says


Police: 24 charges now pending against 2 in animal neglect case


Woman nabbed for robbery after showing knife in store


Parts of Clark County flooded


Judge temporarily blocks Gov. Bevin?s executive order abolishing U of L board


Rescue effort aborted when truck owner admits lying to police


Marion city administrator faces felony charges


KSP charges Perry County man with child sexual exploitation offenses


McCreary man indicted in son's slaying


McCreary mine to reopen


Sept. 11 Mount Saint Joseph picnic will be its last


Shots fired by, at police lead to two arrests


Man killed in mowing accident


Washed-away pickup located in Salt River


Tourism, attractions diversify with technology


Police seeking help identifying cold case homicide victim


Former police captain suing city of Bardstown, mayor


Bardstown doesn?t want more whiskey warehouses


Ideas are rolling in for Bevin?s red tape initiative


Ramsey: A legacy of success and scandal


Mom who's running for state House; Hair policy 'stinks of racism'

 

Baptist News Global

Americans who’d never heard of the Rev. William Barber won’t be able to forget him after last week


Can Hillary Clinton’s faith help her lead a fractured nation?


How are the children? Not well.


A reporter was banned from a Trump-Pence rally yesterday. That should frighten you.


Looking for what is good in a challenging world


Magdalene’s recovery


What would it take to improve police interactions with people with disabilities?


Tim Kaine’s journey on abortion rights


Regents must open up for Baylor to thrive once again


Group sues Kansas City over Baptist convention