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Great mothers in church history

Augustine of Hippo is known by Christians the world over for standing against heresy in the fifth century and laying a foundation for the Protestant Reformation a thousand years later.


'Stay in the race,' Perdue encourages senior citizens

"Enlisted and still in training" was the message delivered at the 2015 Senior Living Celebration.


Crossings takes on oversight of Baptist Haiti Mission

Baptist Haiti Mission, a historically independent Baptist outreach, has transitioned fully into the Southern Baptist Convention as a subsidiary of Kentucky-based Crossings Ministries.


'The Call' conference slated May 18-19 in Louisville

Campbellsville University will host Robert Smith, professor of Christian teaching at Beeson Divinity School of Samford University in Birmingham, Ala., as keynote speaker in a two-day evangelistic preaching conference "Called to One Hope" May 18-19 at the Louisville Education Center at 2300 Greene Way in Louisville.


Distressing news abounds; World desperate for Good News

Our world desperately needs Good News. Jesus tells us that we can find true peace in Him: "Here on earth you will have many trials and sorrows; but cheer up, for I have overcome the world" (John 16:33).


KBC president urges delivery of gospel at Southern chapel

"If our ministry is going to model the ministry of Jesus, then we must be faithful to preach the gospel," said Tom James, pastor of Eastwood Baptist Church in Bowling Green, in an April 16 chapel message at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.


Former NAMB missionary's legacy continues through condolences


Grateful friends mark Blackaby's 80th birthday

How do you celebrate the life and ministry of an "ordinary" man used by God to launch church planting movements around the world, disciple Christian denominations, counsel internationally-renowned ministry leaders, mentor CEOs of billion-dollar companies, and reform the culture of one of America's most violent prisons?