There is only one way for our denomination to remain Better Together — walk in love and stay together. There is prosperity in pain when you stay faithful — even when it hurts (James 1:2-4).
We fellowship (koinonia) in the gospel through the Cooperative Program of the Kentucky Baptist Convention. We fellowship in the gospel because of our common interest in sharing with Kentucky and the world the old, old story of Jesus and His love.
Debt is a necessity for many people. It can be a valuable tool in personal finance. But if not handled properly, debt becomes a major problem.
In the midst of a season when Kentuckians have been told they can love their neighbor by staying home or wearing a mask to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, two Kentucky Baptist leaders say there's even more we can do to love our neighbors.
The benefits to churches that partner through the local association are sometimes overlooked. Yet, we know that partnership between churches is an important aspect of New Testament Christianity.
One thing for certain, though, has not changed. As I reflect on our upcoming time together as a convention, I can say without a doubt that Clear Creek Baptist Bible College is Better Together in cooperation with our Kentucky Baptist Convention churches.
Better Together … through your Cooperative Program support