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The opposite attitude of a heart of gratitude

Sometimes the best way to define a thing is by identifying its opposite. How could we ever appreciate light without the experience of darkness? Would the comfort of warmth be so pleasant without the bitter experience of the cold?


Give thanks in all things

While 2020 has not turned out as what we hoped for, we can still give thanks in all things. The Apostle Paul tells us in 1 Thessalonians 5:16- 18, "Rejoice always, pray constantly, give thanks in everything; for this is God's will for you in Christ."


Thankful for Clear Creek...

Your giving helps students fulfill ministry opportunities

This time of the year always moves our hearts and minds to the things we are most thankful for. When I think of Clear Creek and its students, there are many stories that I could share about how thankful each one is for the opportunity to study and learn here. While I don't have the room to share all of those stories, I can share one from freshman student, Laina Chapell, about how thankful she is to be able to fulfill God's calling on her life at Clear Creek.


Healthy Lifestyle

As stewards or caretakers of our bodies, God knows we require help in managing them. The very fact God equips believers with fruit of the Spirit shows that He has to impart qualities to us that we do not naturally possess.


Interview: Chad Fugitt

KBC president had a most unusual year

Chad Fugitt had quite a memorable year as president of the Kentucky Baptist Convention. During his presidency, he resigned as pastor of Central Baptist Church in Corbin and accepted the pastorate of Ormsby Heights Baptist Church in Louisville. That move, along with his presidency, came in the midst of a global pandemic.


Giving thanks for an earthquake...

God is always at work, even when we don't understand

One of the most beloved stories of the New Testament is the conversion of the Philippian jailer in Acts 16. Yet, few are aware that a similar story occurred in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky in 1811. In both cases, God used an earthquake to get someone's spiritual attention.


Legacy giving is biblical way to express your thankfulness

Some time ago, my wife, Pam, and I went through a spiritually enriching process in which we were led to ask ourselves this question: "What will we do with what we leave behind?"


This is Oneida

OBI thankful for ministry success in 2020

The year 2020 certainly has been unique. While it might be easy to dwell on the things that have been challenging, we would all do well to consider God's blessings, goodness, grace and provision during 2020 and to give thanks for all that we have.


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