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Southern names Chitwood alumnus of the year

Albert Mohler Jr., president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, presented Kentucky Baptist leader Paul Chitwood with the Distinguished Alumnus of the Year Award at the seminary's June 17 alumni luncheon during the annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention.


Baptist leaders dismayed by Supreme Court decision

The U.S. Supreme Court transformed the legal definition of marriage June 26, legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide.


SBC seeks awakening, supports marriage

Spiritual awakening, the defense of marriage and the preservation of religious liberty were among key themes addressed by messengers at the Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting June 16-17 in Columbus, Ohio.


Kentucky Baptist choirs minister in Amazon rainforest

Kentucky Baptists used the transcendent power of praise music to break through language barriers and minister to hundreds in the Amazon rainforest.


Miller awarded WMU's top honor; Konneh tells about Acteens' impact

Arlene Miller, of Crofton, received the Dellanna West O'Brien Award for Women's Leadership Development, and Hydiatu Konneh, a National Acteens Panelist from Louisville, shared her testimony during the WMU Missions Celebration and Annual Meeting in Grove City, Ohio.


'Thank you for showing us the better way'

On Tuesday evening at the Southern Baptist Convention in Columbus, we witnessed a beautiful and moving scene as thousands of messengers knelt in prayer for revival and a great awakening.


Platt envisions 'limitless' missionary pathways

Messengers resoundingly affirmed David Platt's report that noted IMB trustees' recent policy changes are focused on throwing open the funnel of missionary sending so more Southern Baptists called by God can make disciples and multiply churches among those who've never heard the name of Jesus.


SCOTUS declares same-sex couples have a right to marry

The Supreme Court declared Friday that same-sex couples have a right to marry anywhere in the United States.


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