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FIRST PERSON: Thank you for your generosity through the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering

Giving to this year's AAEO totaled $58,860,553

Southern Baptists are known for their generosity to missions and 2016 was no exception.

Rash named editor-elect of Ala. Baptist newspaper

Jennifer Davis Rash has been named editor-elect of The Alabama Baptist newspaper in a succession plan for editor Bob Terry.

EDITORIAL: Students, professionals, retirees key to engaging cities

In late September, an informal group of nine state Baptist editors was invited to meet with members of a new media network for the International Mission Board. Gathering outside of London, England, the meeting served two chief purposes: to share still-unfolding plans for communicating stories from the field with Southern Baptists, and to provide a vision tour of one of the first five cities in its Global Cities Initiative.

SBC ends fiscal year almost 5% over CP goal

The Southern Baptist Convention ended its fiscal year $9.23 million over its 2015–2016 budgeted goal and $6.57 million over the previous year's CP Allocation Budget gifts, according to Frank Page, president and CEO of the SBC Executive Committee.

LifeWay adding new resource on making disciples

This fall LifeWay Christian Resources is launching a new long-term study designed to “make disciples who make disciples.”

Payton begins duties as DOM for Oldham-Trimble

Mark Payton began duties as the new director of missions for Oldham-Trimble Association Sept. 15.

Gateway dedicates building, celebrates blessings

Gateway Seminary wrapped up two years of transition Oct. 5-8, with a series of dedication events that praised God for His blessings on the institution's recent move.

Hopkinsville church turns 175

Kelly Baptist Church in Hopkinsville is celebrating its 175th anniversary on Sunday, Oct. 23 at 10:30 a.m.

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Engage 24 workshop champions evangelism

DR volunteers serving Matthew survivors in 5 states

BHM campuses see only light damage, but area churches not as fortunate

Ky. Baptists celebrating boosts in baptisms, CP giving

Denver's beauty, spiritual need seen by NAMB trustees

Ky.vols & Fla. church unite to help hurricane victims

Hurricane-hit Haiti & Cuba draw Baptist relief

First Person: Counting our wins and losses

Kentucky Baptist Foundation: Social capital

Financial Forum: Double tax savings giving

Contempt of Congress sought for fetal tissue firm

Clear Creek: A place you won't want to leave

Oneida: The Saints of Oneida—Far and Near

What if the Cooperative Program Disappeared?

Discover new missions opportunities in 'unreached' Salt Lake City

Kentucky Baptists respond to call for help in Florida

EDITORIAL: 'In the Arena' mobilizes the Christian athlete

Ky. convention to hotels: Fight human trafficking

'Take risks' to spread the gospel, says IMB President David Platt in SBTS chapel

Family Forum: Preventing divorce

FIRST PERSON: Reaching students—in their own words

Haiti, Cuba lashed by Hurricane Matthew

New videos help churches celebrate Cooperative Program month

Cool with contraception, Americans divide over transgender bathrooms and wedding services for gays

Great Commission Advance: 'Not Alone' in CP impact

Pastor appreciation: Heartfelt letters have impact

Evangelical leaders gather for 'solemn assembly'

See You At the Pole launches 'I Am Hope' outreach

Hall Street's legacy continues by gift to Life Community

Stop raunchy Kraft Heinz ads, moms' group urges

Unknown entrepreneur was missions pioneer

Gaines: SBC needs 'renewal from heaven'

Platt: Seemingly dead man rose among unengaged, unreached people group

Disney film true tale of Christian faith, triumph

Baptist leaders weigh in on presidential debates

Prayer in troubled Charlotte counters 'hurt, anger'

Behind the Scenes of The Insanity of God: An Interview with Producer Craig Martin

OBI: The Second Greatest School in the World

Mountains to the Mississippi

Kentucky WMU: Be Ready-Live Ready

Risking everything in seeking to make disciples

SBC Pastors' Conf. nominees sought

Stopping bickering and irritability

EDITORIAL: Jake and his lawn mowing business

Student thankful for influence of alumni

FIRST PERSON: Protecting your Facebook identity

First Annual Crossings Fall Festival

Kentucky Baptists set records in missions giving

First Shelbyville building bridges with BBQ

Pastors salaries on the rise but medical coverage drops

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Baptist Press (BPNews)

Rare hymnals get new life in NOBTS digital scanning

EDITORIAL: En la unión está la fuerza

'Love where you live' shown to S.C. storm survivors

Task force aims to create 'discipleship culture'

MBTS trustees affirm enrollment gain, student center

Philosophy degree approved by SWBTS trustees

Dakota Baptists partner in DR with Minn./Wisc., Iowa

48 Christians killed by Fulani herdsmen in Nigeria

FIRST-PERSON: Getting what we asked for

Bible Study: Oct. 23, 2016


Kentucky Press News Service

Sheriff's office program offers valuable service to seniors

Stumbo's crusade is wasteful, desperate

WKU faculty approve resolution calling for transparency in presidential search

State reaches tentative deal with Blue Ridge Landfill regarding unpermitted Waste

Trials against former nursing home employees pushed to 2017

Two arrested on fake bills, drug charges

Shriners feeling fall back from creepy clown sightings

Mayor miffed as minimum wage law struck down

Beam union contract up for vote on Friday

66 Transylvania students experienced sexual assault, but few told officials

Unlike Trump, Ky.?s federal candidates pledge to accept outcome of election

LaRue names interim principal

After minor accident, man killed on I-275 exchanging info

Public meeting on Kentucky, Barkley lakes set for Oct. 25

Shelby County manufacturer closes

Mayor reprimands acting police chief over use of stolen trailer

In competition to defend Knox

Kentucky?s unemployment rate at 5 percent in September

Couple charged in abuse of infant

Flemingsburg man missing since Friday

Henderson residents set to take off on honor flight

Judge leaning toward jail time for former Franklin doctor

Man accused of shooting his child's mother in back

ECTC president search: Three finalists named for college?s top job

Weather gets blame for drop in crop yields

Powder in envelope closes Trigg County courthouse

Half of Eastern Kentucky children have untreated tooth decay, report warns

None arrested in Trinity Gay slaying faces serious charge yet; 4th man arrested

State Supreme Court strikes down Louisville, Lexington minimum wage increases

Ruling may cut pay for thousands in Louisville


Baptist News Global

Well-known Baptist church in Atlanta is staying put

New AWAB leader brings non-profit management skills

Harvard’s religious past

Florida Baptist newspaper moving to monthly publication

Bible society debates exhibit ban for InterVarsity Press

A dose of kindness in the midst of a vitriolic presidential campaign

Victims trying to put flood picture in a different frame

Westboro Baptist Church reportedly coming to Belmont University

Survey says white evangelicals sticking with Donald Trump

How Christian entertainment is upending stereotypes about Muslims

Liberty President Jerry Falwell Jr. defends decision to pull anti-Trump column

‘Locker room banter’: Nightmare for the Religious Right


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