Monthly Archives: October 2011

Help Share the Vision for ‘More for Christ’

The Kentucky Baptist Convention has recently released the second in a series of videos to help people understand and get excited about the More for Christ spiritual renewal emphasis. This is a great piece to download and show to your church. You can download it from either the KBC website or the More for Christ […]

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More Kentucky Dollars Now Reaching the World

With a new fiscal year beginning for the Kentucky Baptist Convention in September, the tangible impact of the Great Commission Task Force recommendations is now visible. The first big step in transitioning the division of Cooperative Program funds toward a 50-50 split (less 4 percent shared expenses) between the KBC and Southern Baptist Convention is […]

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Growing Immigrant Population An Opportunity

New census data is revealing amazing population trends in the United States. Possibly the most remarkable trend is the explosive growth of immigrants. To illustrate that growth in Kentucky, consider that, in the past decade, the immigration population in the city of Louisville has grown by 100.9 percent! In a recent article on the booming […]

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Annual Meeting Lets You Have Your Say

As the Kentucky Baptist Convention’s annual meeting draws near, I want to encourage you to be in attendance. In addition to inspiring messages from a host of preachers, this year’s convention will give you the opportunity to see how your Cooperative Program dollars are being spent. You will be able to find out about the […]

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Who Would Miss the KBC?

If state conventions went away, would we miss them? That question might not sound strange coming from a young pastor who abhors bureaucracy and prioritizes investing in personal relationships over supporting systems and structures. But it probably sounds very strange coming from an executive director of a state convention. Nevertheless, I think it is a […]

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