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Sunrise helps Noah get on the right track

At age 14, Noah* was diagnosed with skin cancer. After two surgeries and six months of chemotherapy, Noah described himself as very depressed. He began smoking marijuana.

EBO at Work: Reflecting on 20 years of EBO

This is my 20th year to champion the Kentucky Season of Prayer for State Missions and Eliza Broadus Offering. As I reflect on 20 years of themes and stories, this year's theme, Testify, is a favorite.

Clear Creek Chronicle: The Gospel works

Our students have opportunities to receive practical ministry training by taking advantage of the many mission trip opportunities throughout their time here as students. This summer I was able to take some students to Malawi Africa to do some evangelism and church planting. Student body president Taylor Haley reflects on his trip.

This is Oneida: Today Oneida, tomorrow the world!

Many of the families of Clay County, Ky., have a long history with OBI. One of these families is the Couch family. Multiple generations of this family either attended or graduated from Oneida.

Russellville Baptists celebrating 200 years

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 multi-site campus flourishing despite uncommon struggles

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 treats area first responders

SHELBYVILLE—First Baptist Church of Shelbyville hosted weekend events honoring area first responders Sept. 7-9.

First Person: Why I am thankful for my Baptist association

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:

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WR Recent Articles

Louisville Rescue Mission rebrands, expands ministry

Ky. Baptists giving tops $22.6 million for missions

After Thought: Where is God in the storm?

Kentucky WMU sending second team to Swaziland

Platt stepping down from IMB Sept. 27

Meador appointed as interim president

Mohler receives ERLC's distinguished service award

Ky. Baptist Foundation: Helping students

Clear Creek Chronicle: Born at the Creek

This is Oneida: Oneida is my home

Ky. Baptist Disaster Relief on alert as Florence nears Carolina coast

Lexington pastor nominated for KBC president

Greear to state execs: 'How may I serve you?'

Chitwood lauds Greear for 'championing' CP

After Thought: Wise as serpents, harmless as doves, advised

Churches encouraged to 'Break the Silence'

Elizabethtown pastor on search team for LifeWay's president

Rainer announces retirement from LifeWay

Flooding and fire despoil 'paradise' but Hawaii see 'incredible witness'

Pastors encourages to 'refocus' on evangelistic sermons

Chess helping improve academic skills, share Gospel with school children

Sunrise: Food Round Up donation drive going on now

EBO at Work: Testify!

Clear Creek Chronicle: Students get practical ministry training on mission trip

This is Oneida: God provides

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Baptist Press (BPNews)

ANALYSIS: Venezuela planters see opportunity amid crisis

LifeWay workers 'fine' after bullet destroys window

Greear's Sexual Abuse Advisory Study underway

Rainer, at MBTS, assesses SBC & church transition

SBC DIGEST: FBC Woodstock looks to Morton as Hunt's successor; LifeWay stores welcome Proverbs 31 Ministries and Passion

EDITORIAL: ¿Amoldarnos o qué?


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