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ERLC addresses religious liberty setbacks

Last year marked a setback for religious liberty in the United States, and 2016 promises more challenges for the cherished freedom, according to the Southern Baptist Convention's public policy entity.


Kentucky Baptist Foundation: Gifting real estate

Laurie Valentine, trust counsel for the Kentucky Baptist Foundation, and I had the recent pleasure of visiting with a husband and wife who were seeking guidance on what steps they should take to enable them to gift real estate property to create an endowment fund which would benefit two Kentucky Baptist causes they faithfully supported.


Financial Forum: Reviewing home owners insurance

People often take a laissez-faire approach to insurance. The bill arrives and you pay it with little or no thought to reviewing the coverage and premiums. This may not be good stewardship.


Ground up tires pave way for church-state case

A case the Supreme Court has agreed to hear is about ground-up tire rubble for a church playground, but it could be one of the more significant religious-exercise cases in a decade. The court will consider when states can provide aid to religious institutions.


Governor signs pro-life legislation at right-to-life rally

In front of a record crowd at the annual Kentucky Right to Life Rally Thursday, Gov. Matt Bevin ceremonially signed Senate Bill 4, a pro-life bill to ensure informed consent prior to abortions.


Too much time spent on sports and hunting?

How should couples navigate differences over recreation time?


Are you ready for summer?

This month, we are going to look at the two big things on the summer calendar in most youth ministries: camp and missions.


Backpacks & Bibles reach into Appalachia, Miss. Delta

More than 4,000 decisions for Christ netted

Since 2001, Appalachian Regional Ministries, a ministry of the North American Mission Board, has collected and distributed more than 140,000 Christmas backpacks and boxes filled with toys, clothing, school supplies, food and hygiene items and a Bible.


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WR Recent Articles

Religious liberty: An endangered Baptist distinctive


Fla. Baptists send additional $500,000 to SBC


'Energized churches' goal of 9-stop evangelism road trip


Kentucky DR volunteers receive national awards


CMP activists indicted by Houston grand jury


Letter to the Editor: Put Baptist in name


WMU Foundation blanket drive warms local communities and overseas refugees


For Boyce student, autism becomes 'one of God's greatest gifts'


Ashland Avenue celebrates 100 years


Judge OKs tax break for Ark park


Kentucky's new 'informed-consent' rule requires face-to-face or video consultations


Lack of support reason many pastors leave pastorate


SBC entities to court: Mandate violates religious liberty


GuideStone tax guide being released in 2 phases


MK scholarships receive boost from WMU


Cause for parental concern: Monthly porn exposure the norm for teens


Mountains to the Mississippi


29 years of service


Operation Inasmuch: Just add ’people, personality and prayer’


Seminary helping Scarlet's Bakery provide hope


International Team Leader training slated March 11-12


Rural church being planted by seminary student


Finding gratitude in all circumstances


Kentucky WMU: EBO at Work


EDITORIAL: Unanswered questions and communication woes


Williams finds new calling after Senate career


Religious liberty 'exclusion' challenged in Indiana


SCOTUS takes up exec. Orders regarding immigration


Ala. pastor with ties to Kentucky elected S.C. exec


Charitable IRA Rollover—Permanent


Asking for what you need


Becoming a better leader in 2016


Popular evangelism website debuts Spanish version


CLEAR CREEK: Student serves as NAMB summer missionary


FIRST PERSON: Babies' lives matter


Pastor retires after 23 years at same church


Spotlight talented kids, submit auditions for All-State Children's Choir


Adoption picture of salvation, parents say


Homosexual activist group targets Southern Baptist colleges & universities


Abedini released from Iranian prison


Temporary sanctuary brings church closer


In wake of missionaries leaving field, churches double, triple former LMCO goals


London's youth center gives teens support needed to survive


Sharing His message


January prayer focus: 'In All Things Pray'


Setting some New Year's goals


CLEAR CREEK: Students go on mission during break


Oneida: Year in review


Cru cofounder, Bright, dies at 89


Putting feet to faith: Hawkins' 'James Code'


Article Archive

Baptist Press (BPNews)

SBC celebrates racial reconciliation progress


Racial reconciliation: Nev. Baptists 'being proactive'


Valentine's Day: vendors, consumerism evaluated


Helping prostitutes in Indonesia leave the streets


Into the trenches: an IMB worker's visit to the streets


DR teams continue work amid Flint water crisis


Wheaton prof's departure spurs fast for solidarity


Iorg: Seminary's relocation 'has no parallel'


SBC DIGEST: Business conf. at GuideStone; photo conf. at SWBTS


FIRST-PERSON: Life and death, blessing and cursing


EDITORIAL: Poniendo nuestra mirada sólo en Dios

 

Kentucky Press News Service

KSP promotes 16 officers


New Corvette Cave-in exhibit marks 2-year sinkhole anniversary


Stockyards fire was an accident, officials say


Fire destroys Laurel chicken restaurant


Conn clients' hearings underway: Feds ask to enter civil case


Who?s paying to defend local right-to-work?


Economic study must be realistic


Fairy tale promises win in New Hampshire


Court ruling on CPP right call


Paul puts his focus on Senate campaign


Governor's proposed budget still looms


Some lawmakers support CVE officers over pay issue


Man facing robbery charge in attempt to steal meat from grocery


Bevin official grilled on mental health care cuts


Ripley?s exhibit coming to Louisville's Slugger Museum


Kentucky bill to require pre-abortion ultrasound goes to full Senate


Gabe's developer: Work to resume


'Leader in Me' making positive impact at local middle schools


Search for missing woman continues to yield few clues


Madisonville, Lexington to co-host KPA state awards ceremonies


Boundary Oak Distillery to premiere Lincoln spirits


UK?s Capilouto says ?draconian cuts? will affect every area of campus


Attorney general might defend consumer-protection law after Bevin drops court appeal


Kentucky bill would ban sale of tobacco, 'vaping' products to those under 21


Beshear on ending kynect: 'I cannot sit idly by'


Bluegrass Pipeline loss big win for landowners


Governor signs pro-life legislation at right-to-life rally


Broadband project case of overkill


Ky. regulator abandons consumers


For K-State, transformation now or never

 

Baptist News Global

Helping refugees not optional for Jesus' followers, ministers say


Mohler applauds discovery of gravitational waves but says it doesn’t prove anything


Faith groups back payday lending reform


Battle over LGBT discrimination hits Charlotte


Raising kids in changing times: a new study unpacks the landscape


Chelsea Clinton says Sunday school lesson made her a former Baptist


Work underway on sexual misconduct resource


Baptist who led West, Texas recovery becomes 'disaster pastor'


Baylor under fire for sexual assault response


Act of solidarity


Baptist church challenges noise ordinance


Faith forged in crisis helps hospital chaplain ‘model calm’ in emergencies


Seminary’s evangelistic aim at men includes gun giveaways


Baptists take sides in Texas abortion case


It takes a village to assist woman through adoption decision


LifeWay announces new headquarters site


Baptist group urges Tyson Foods to address water quality


Georgia Baptist leaders back ‘religious freedom’ bill


Jacksonville latest city to grapple with human rights ordinance


Seminary head says new governor boosting anti-abortion cause in Kentucky