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Stumbo ramping up to push gambling in 2016

House Speaker Greg Stumbo, a Prestonsburg Democrat, recently said expanded gambling is again a priority. On Monday he announced on KET's "Kentucky Tonight" program that he would file a proposal for a constitutional amendment authorizing casinos in the 2016 session.

Supreme Court rules against Rowan County clerk

Kim Davis must now issue licenses or face consequences.

The Supreme Court on Monday ruled against the Kentucky county clerk who has refused to issue same-sex marriage licenses, and the clerk will arrive at work Tuesday morning to face her moment of truth.

International missionary takes on new challenge as DOM

Stephen Jett, a retired International Mission Board missionary, has been called to serve as the new director of missions for South Union-Mount Zion Baptist Association. Jett and his wife, Susan, spent the last 25 years sharing the gospel and planting churches in Germany.

Cincinnati 'needs a movement of God,'

With only one evangelical church for every 10,875 people, Cincinnati needs to see a movement of God like never before, said Travis Smalley.

Ky. prison volunteers can't call homosexuality sin

A Kentucky policy barring volunteers and employees in the juvenile justice system from calling homosexuality a sin has drawn criticism from the region's Baptists and provoked the threat of a lawsuit.

Are you leading your children to be good church members?

In his excellent book, "I Am a Church Member," Thom Rainer talks about what it takes to be a good church member. Chapter 5 is titled I Will Lead My Family to be Healthy Church Members. I found several takeaways for parents.

Hutchinson recognized for 40 years' service

On August 23, Crittenden Baptist Association held a special recognition service for Garnett Hutchinson, who is retiring after 40 years of service through the association.

FIRST PERSON: Sunrise launches 'Extended Arm of Care'

Sunrise Children's Services is calling on Kentucky Baptists to join them in developing their "Extended Arm of Care" program to assist children, ages 15 through 18, in foster and residential care programs develop a sustainable path for life.