Many conferences provide helpful information, but organizers of the REACH Evangelism Conference want more for Kentucky Baptist pastors and church leaders to want more.
J.R. Graves and J.M. Pendleton A Model for the Ages
The story of J.R. Graves and J.M. Pendleton shows us the importance of forgiveness, restoration and co-laboring in the ministry. May we follow their example as we remember, "Two are better than one; because they have a good reward for their labor" (Ecclesiastes 4:9).
Thank you, Kentucky Baptists, for your Cooperative Program support, which helps us to fulfill our mission to train preachers of the Word just like Alex! We could not do what we do without you!
Preparing churches for embarking on missions efforts has risen to a new level among Kentucky Baptists. A new comprehensive manual, accompanied by six workshops across the state, will help churches to prepare for all aspects of missions involvement.
One of the members of my team asked the question, "If you could offer advice to a pastor and his family, what five things would you offer?"
Not only did Sunrise celebrate its 150th anniversary of bringing hope and care to hurting children throughout the commonwealth, but we also rejoiced over the 74 adoptions that occurred in 2019 as children found their forever families.
Which would you rather do over the weekend — plan for next summer's one week vacation or do some retirement planning? Too often, people spend more time planning for a one week vacation than they do for 20 or 30 years of retirement.
Woman's Missionary Union, a staple institution in Southern Baptist life, has a widespread reputation for its emphasis on missions education and urgency to fulfill the Great Commission. This is especially true in Kentucky. Liz Encinia, Kentucky WMU executive director-treasurer for over a year, shares her vision for WMU to become an even greater voice for missions.
Bellevue in Owensboro embraces missions opportunities
Answering a call to service
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