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Disaster Relief deployed in east Kentucky floods

BARBOURVILLE—Kentucky Baptist Disaster Relief volunteers moved quickly to assess flood damage in eastern Kentucky, where heavy rains over the weekend pushed mountain streams over their banks.

T-shirts now in religious liberty battle's spotlight

LEXINGTON—And now it's T-shirts.

Blaine Adamson, owner of Hands On Originals apparel company, has become another figure in the battle over religious liberty for refusing to print T-shirts for a gay pride festival because of his Christian beliefs.

Public Affairs Committee hears plan for increased accountability in foster care, adoption

FRANKFORT—Lawmakers working to revamp Kentucky's adoption and foster care system are pushing for a provision to strengthen the Office of Inspector General's oversight of the Cabinet for Health and Family Services.

State papers celebrate milestones, consider future

NASHVILLE—Milestone anniversaries of two Baptist state newspapers have occasioned reflection on the present ministry of state papers and their future role among Southern Baptists.

Plan hatched to save Zimbabwe seminary using chickens

CHIWUNDURA, Zimbabwe—A Southern Baptist missionary from Kentucky is hatching a plan to help pastors in Zimbabwe get the training they need to lead a new generation Christians.

Evangelical leaders urge quick action on DACA

WASHINGTON—Southern Baptist and other evangelical Christian leaders and pastors joined United States senators Wednesday (Feb. 7) in urging Congress and President Trump to enact swiftly a remedy for undocumented immigrants brought to the United States as children.

Mothers headed to abortion find baby-saving compassion

FLINT, Mich.—In a dumpster.

Harvey says his infant twins likely would have been discarded there by the abortion clinic, if not for James Carr standing out in the parking lot in the strip mall that also houses a Family Dollar.

Teaching children to love God, others and themselves

During the month of February, our thoughts turn to ways to express love. The term "love" describes an emotion that carries different degrees of strength. We can say we love cake and coffee, and we can pledge our love to our soul-mate for eternity. We love our children and would do anything to protect them. During this month, we purchase candy, flowers, and think of ways to show our love to others.

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