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Ky. Baptist Foundation: Educate and encourage

The Kentucky Baptist Foundation (KBF) helps educate a church's staff and lay leadership on effective ways to implement intentional legacy planning programs for church members. It is imperative that churches educate and encourage their members to see their financial stewardship more broadly than just the donation they place into the offering plate.

Clear Creek Chronicle: Clear Creek alumnus plants new church

Clear Creek alumnus Mike Raftery (2017) is one of our newest Kentucky Baptist Convention church planters. He is the pastor of new church plant, Williamsburg Street Lighthouse in Whitley City. He has come a long way from the Bronx, N.Y.

This is Oneida: God's courageous work

It takes courage to do the Lord's work, and I know no greater peace and contentment than being in the center of God's will.

After Thought: VBS

It's not just for kids anymore

Conducting Vacation Bible School for children during the summer months isn't all that "newsy." But how often do you hear about a VBS that is especially for senior adults? What a terrific ministry idea!

Runaway car slams into rural Kentucky church during service

CYNTHIANA—The handful of members who gathered for worship Sunday night in Silas Baptist Church were thanking God that everybody was able to walk away after an accident nobody could have seen coming.

Harold Greenfield, longtime DOM, former KBC president, dies

PRINCETON—Harold Lynn Greenfield, a former director of missions and former president of the Kentucky Baptist Convention, passed away July 30 at his home in Caldwell County. He was a member of Chapel Hill Baptist Church.

Mt. Washington man's life changed through faith-based recovery

MT. WASHINGTON—Mike Chisolm knew he needed help. He was deep into drugs and had been since he was a teenager. His marriage was in shambles. But, as what he describes as a backslidden believer, he knew the answers to his problems were found in his faith. So that's where he turned.

Louisville church taking VBS 'to the streets'

LOUISVILLE—This year, Westport Road Baptist Church in Louisville took a new approach to LifeWay's "Game On" VBS theme. They "took it to the streets" by providing six backyard Bible club-style VBS events in neighborhoods throughout Louisville.

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