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Gov. Bevin signs pro-life bills

On Feb. 8, hundreds of pro-life Kentuckians gathered in the Rotunda of the Capitol in Frankfort to watch Gov. Matt Bevin ceremonially sign into law two pro-life bills.

Prestonwood escrows CP funds, cites ERLC actions

A Dallas-area megachurch has decided to escrow Cooperative Program funds temporarily in order to evaluate future support of Southern Baptist Convention causes.

NAMB approves Send Relief hubs Ashland one of first ministry sites

Meeting Feb. 7 for their full board meeting, trustees approved a plan for NAMB to purchase existing property that will be transitioned into the ministry hubs. A property in Ashland, Ky., will be a hub for Appalachia ministry work; a Clarkston, Ga., hub will be located at Clarkston International Bible Church; in Memphis, Leawood Baptist Church will serve as a hub.

Platt apologizes for ‘divisive’ IMB amicus brief

International Mission Board President David Platt has apologized to Southern Baptists for the divisive nature of an amicus brief the IMB joined last May in support of a New Jersey’s Islamic society’s right to build a mosque.

Great Commission math

How much should we send to be obedient to the Great Commission?

Using your gifts, growing in faithfulness

We live in a spoken creation (Genesis 1), we are sealed with a spoken victory (John 19:30) and we anticipate a spoken renewal (Revelation 21:5). In a sense, the whole of the Christian life is growing in the understanding of God’s words — both His spoken word and the inspired words of Scripture.

Aponte: Setting aside our differences for our mission

We want to bring people together rather than divide ourselves over non-gospel issues. The gospel makes us one, and that gospel compels us to go to reach our neighborhood and the nations for King Jesus.

This year, resolve to fight child abuse

Stand with Sunrise against child abuse. Fight with us! Pray with us for God’s strength in rescuing the approximately 8,000 Kentucky children who have nowhere to go, and no one to help.