Monthly Archives: December 2011

Thanking God for Kentucky Baptists

As we prepare to celebrate the Savior’s birth, Paul’s words to the Colossian believers express sentiments that we, as your Kentucky Baptist Convention staff, feel toward the Savior’s people we serve in Kentucky. Allow me to share them. To the holy and faithful brothers in Christ in Kentucky: “Grace and peace to you from God […]

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Basic Training for Church Planting Offered

Basic Training Journey for Church Planting isn’t just for pastors and “official” church planters! This is an equipping event for individuals or entire church-planting teams interested in starting new congregations, and also for churches who are interested in exploring planting a church. In this video, Dr. Paul Chitwood, executive director of the Kentucky Baptist Convention, […]

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End the Missionary Drawdown, Start the Surge!

The ongoing debate over withdrawing troops from Iraq and Afghanistan seems to revolve around at least four basic issues: the cost of troop deployment, the purpose/success/failure of the mission, the desire of families to get their loved ones back home, and, of course, the politics. As the U.S. economy struggles and the wars wear on, […]

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Roger’s Mission Field Sits in Barber Chairs

For more than 30 years, Roger McGuffin, has been a barber in Elizabethtown as well as the pastor of a church in a nearby community. By turning his shop into a place where people can find hope, he’s learned that doing more for Christ doesn’t necessarily mean serving as a missionary in a faraway place. […]

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