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Platt says cutting 600-800 IMB staff won't impact Gospel advance

A reduction of 600-800 International Mission Board staff and field personnel should not decrease the board's Gospel impact worldwide, IMB President David Platt told members of the media during an Aug. 27 conference call.


IMB announces deep cuts in effort to balance budget

International Mission Board leaders have outlined a plan to address IMB's revenue shortfalls and complete a reset of the organization in order to move forward into the future with "innovative vision, wise stewardship and high accountability."


Stand off continues over marriage licenses

A familiar scene repeated itself at a rural Kentucky courthouse: a gay couple marched into the clerk's office, requested a marriage license and insisted that a mounting pile of court orders proves they are entitled to one.


4 tips for fighting fear over stock market drop

Monday's (Aug. 24) stock market drop, on the heels of disappointing performance over the last few days, led to headlines and some investor concerns. But long-term investors should continue to consider their objectives and time horizons, advises an investment strategist.


Baptist leaders respond to Ashley Madison news

With the potential affairs of millions exposed by a hack of the adultery-facilitating Ashley Madison website, Southern Baptist leaders have offered counsel to affected families, churches and individuals.


Appeals court upholds ruling ordering clerks to issue marriage licenses

A federal appeals court has upheld a ruling ordering a Kentucky county clerk to issue marriage licenses to gay couples.


More than 500 protest Planned Parenthood in Louisville

A contingent of students, faculty, and staff of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary bolstered 500 pro-life protesters at Louisville's Planned Parenthood office Aug. 22.


Ky. teens reach out to Toronto murder victim's loved ones

The Kentucky Derby week murder of a coffee shop owner from Toronto caused Westport Road Baptist's youth group from Louisville to reach out to the victim's friends, family and colleagues on their Canadian mission trip.


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Ky. panel: SCOTUS decision only 'tip of the arrow'


Ky. clerks continue fight against gay marriage


Marijuana legalization presses on amid concerns


Franklin Graham's salary is raising eyebrows


Missionary killed in accident had Louisville ties


IRS promise to Christians met with praise, caution


What decline? Black churches holding steady


Rowan county clerk asks for delay


Stumbo pledges to file legislation to remove Jefferson Davis statue from Kentucky Capitol


Financial Forum: Life insurance legacy gifts


Mountains to the Mississippi


Exciting new construction underway

An update from Oneida Baptist Institute


Kentucky Baptists partner with Brazilian Baptists


It's not too late to give

An update from Kentucky Woman's Missionary Union


After 5 years, is there a Great Commission Resurgence?


'Revitalization two miles from Podunk'


SBC President: Moral courage and the Planned Parenthood debacle


Southern Seminary student, father of 4, killed in crash


Glenville Baptists celebrating 150 years of ministry


Escape artist prepares others for ultimate escape


OPINION: Planned Parenthood needs to lose all of its federal funds


Bush, Rubio address Southern Baptists


Panel is keeping Jefferson Davis statue in Kentucky Capitol


Rowan County Clerk sues governor over gay marriage directive

Kim Davis claims Beshear's order to issue marriage licenses violates her religious freedom.


Suttles unanimously elected president of Sunrise Children's Services


Former preacher deemed fit to stand trial for triple murder


Religious group threatens lawsuit over Ky. policy banning anti-gay comments at juvenile jails


Kentucky legislature's gay-marriage backlash


Mid-Continent University pupils get payment options


Article Archive

Baptist Press (BPNews)

KATRINA 2005-15: Disaster training proved its worth


Iorg: Golden Gate embarking on historic year


Should we watch murders on social media?


KATRINA 2005-15: Winds of change for disaster relief


'Post-worship war' counsel offered by Page & Gray


KATRINA 2005-15: The story is still being written


42 IMB missionaries appointed; Platt addresses trustees

 

Kentucky Press News Service

Men who halted attack true heroes


Rowan clerk faces big decision on job


Student loan debt weighs on economy


Young volunteer an example for all to emulate


Homicide suspect waives cases to grand jury


'A huge volume'


Gunshot death still under investigation


U of L announces expansion of Papa John's Cardinal Stadium


Lexington man sentenced to 35 years in prison for murder of Henry Clay sophomore


Man charged with scamming Garrard residents


NKU observatory offers starry views in northern Kentucky


State names education commissioner candidates


Electric bike part of plan by Ford


Tax incentives approved for Heaven Hill Distilleries, SMC of Nicholasville


As heroin epidemic kills more young Kentuckians, moms lead the fight against it


Ag commissioner candidate accuses opponent's father of texting answers during debates


McCracken County attorney overpayments put at $140,000


Boating accident victims mourned


Century's struggles aren't expected to impact riverport's aluminum business


KSP expects lengthy probe into fatal crash


Ham fetches $400K at State Fair breakfast


Gay couple turned away 3rd time by Rowan clerk


Lexington airman killed in 'insider' Afghanistan attack was in Special Operations


Kroger launches online shopping in Kentucky; coming soon to Lexington, other cities


Fort Campbell division cited for success in Liberia


Arrested Radcliff officer suspended with pay


In one small NKY town, a police shooting gets another look


Losing Century Aluminum: The impact


Jefferson man arrested on child sex exploitation charges


McLean County recognized for improvements to a central water system

 

Baptist News Global

Back to school with a free haircut, thanks to Gardner-Webb staffer


Texas Baptist headquarters building transferred to Baylor nursing school


Baptist university responds to video of former president


Southern Baptists to cut missionary force by 15 percent


Jimmy Carter’s church to limit Sunday crowds


Burma conversion bill raises religious freedom concern


10 years later, one Baptist group reflects on Katrina and its aftermath


SBC president talks about sex the Sunday after Ashley Madison scandal


Couple accused of stealing from church they helped plant


Opening doors — front and back — to minister


American Baptists join Baptist family in prayer for Jimmy Carter


51 Christian leaders support Iran nuclear deal


Briefs ask Supreme Court to take Obamacare case


Study: church diversity does not guarantee diverse thinking, beliefs


Ted Cruz recruiting pastors in push to defund Planned Parenthood


Injunction extended in contraceptive case


Baylor launches investigation of student-athlete’s sexual assault


For some, another threat to church survival: natural beauty


SBC parliamentarian ‘converts’ from long affiliation with Christian Church


State convention challenges church’s acceptance of gays