Monthly Archives: June 2014

The Tangled Web ‘We’ Weave …

Guest Article by Curtis Woods, KBC Associate Executive Director In 2012, our mission board staff adopted five core values—trustworthy, encouraging, accountable, mature, and sensitive—the first letters of which spell the word “Teams.” Every team member evaluates ministerial effectiveness according to these core values. Our core values guide our conduct as we help churches reach Kentucky […]

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Cornbread anyone?

Guest article by Rev. Ed Amundson, currently serving as 2nd Vice President of the Kentucky Baptist Convention. Ed also serves as pastor of High Street Baptist Church in Somerset, Kentucky. The mere mention of the word “cornbread” gets my attention! I love the smell, taste, texture and touch! I don’t care if it’s white or […]

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Oneida Baptist Institute changing lives for ‘time and eternity’

I recently traveled out of Manchester on Highway 11 to the Oneida Baptist Institute, a boarding school for students grade 6-12. Founded in 1899, OBI has a rich history of ministry to children in the mountains that has grown into a school boasting graduates from around the world. OBI’s stated mission is “to provide a […]

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Part 3: Mission Board Report

The Bible says, “It is required of stewards that they be found faithful” (1 Cor 4:2). In an era of diminishing resources, when times are lean and money is scarce, our faithful stewardship of what the Lord has entrusted to us is more critical than ever. In his book The Great Evangelical Recession, John Dickerson sounds a […]

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