RUSSELLVILLE—First Baptist Church of Russellville will celebrate two centuries of ministry on Oct. 14, with author, historian and humorist Geoff Bagget as guest speaker.
HAWESVILLE—In 2015, Hawesville Baptist Church expanded its ministry across the Ohio River to start Crossroads Church in Tell City, Ind. Now the congregation, still part of a multi-site model with Hawesville, is bursting at the seams of their 120-person-capacity building, with no signs of slowing down.
SHELBYVILLE—First Baptist Church of Shelbyville hosted weekend events honoring area first responders Sept. 7-9.
I'm grateful that churches are still partnering together to make a significant kingdom impact locally and globally. Here are 10 reasons why I am grateful for my local Baptist association:
LOUISVILLE—Louisville Rescue Mission, one of the five oldest Gospel rescue missions in the United States and Louisville's oldest, is rebranding, restructuring some aspects of their ministry, and expanding its ministry across the Ohio River into Indiana.
LOUISVILLE— Kentucky Baptists gave more than $22.6 million dollars over the past year through the Cooperative Program to support missionaries and ministries taking the gospel to the world.
After hurricanes, other natural disasters, and acts of terrorism, someone inevitably asks, "Where is God?" What they're really asking is, "How can a loving God allow such horrific pain and suffering to happen?"
LOUISVILLE—Six Kentucky Baptists will travel to Swaziland Oct. 4-15 to share the gospel and encourage believers as part of a state Woman's Missionary Union missions trip to the small country in southern Africa.
Meador appointed as interim president
Chitwood lauds Greear for 'championing' CP
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