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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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Both parties playing cynical game on trade

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