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Q&A: Hemphill responds to Bapt. editors' questions

DALLAS—University administrator and former seminary president Ken Hemphill, one of two candidates to be nominated for Southern Baptist Convention president in June, responded to six questions Baptist Press and Baptist state editors posed to each candidate.

Q&A: Greear responds to Bapt. editors' questions

DALLAS—North Carolina pastor J.D. Greear, one of two candidates to be nominated for Southern Baptist Convention president in June, responded to six questions Baptist Press and Baptist state editors posed to each candidate.

Southwest's heroic pilot known for sharing her faith

BOERNE, Texas—When members of First Baptist Church in Boerne, Texas, heard recordings of radio transmissions from a Southwest Airlines pilot who made a harrowing emergency landing this week in Philadelphia, they recognized the voice as one of their own.

Lawrenceburg-area churches partner for shoe drive

Lawrenceburg—For over 10 years now, Central Baptist Church in Lawrenceburg has made it a priority to partner with Soles4Souls, a charity that collects shoes and distributes them to areas of need. So far this year, they have collected over 2,000 pairs and counting.

Seniors encouraged to 'run with endurace'

BARDSTOWN—Even if you have to crawl, stay in the race, Doug Willliams, the Kentucky Baptist Convention's missions strategist, told over 350 Kentucky Baptist senior saints during the Senior Living Celebration in Bardstown on April 17.

12,500 evangelicals encouraged to live 'Distinct from the World'

Louisville—Part of living a life "Distinct from the World," the theme for the 2018 Together for the Gospel conference on April 11-13 in Louisville, is learning to live distinct in an age of false teaching, picking a side, and learning to be 'in the world, but not of the world,' Baptist speakers Thabiti Anyabwile, H.B. Charles and Matt Chandler shared.

EC search committee elects officers, requests prayer

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Kelly Autism Program, Sunrise build partnership

The specific challenge for Sunrise and the Kelly Autism Program (KAP) was to equip a young autistic adult with the tools needed to successfully transition to independent living. KAP had years of experience in working with ASD individuals. Sunrise had a proven transition program in VentureON for young adults who had aged out of foster care.

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