Monthly Archives: June 2016

Southern Baptist polity & autonomy gets ‘perplexing’ when it comes to resolutions

The annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention in St. Louis was a tremendous opportunity to celebrate all God is doing through our Cooperative Program-funded mission work and ministries to reach North America and the world for Christ. It was also a fascinating display of Baptist polity. The autonomy that exists at every level of […]

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Summer is a busy time for Kentucky Baptists

Throughout the pages of Scripture, God’s people are exhorted to pray. In his letter to the church at Philippi, the Apostle Paul offers this encouragement: “Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God” (Philippians 4:6). As Kentucky Baptists begin another summer of […]

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Syncing churches in ministry

Guest post by Kentucky Baptist Convention President Kevin Smith. As a pastor, I stand with the 3,500 Baptists in my local church. As president of the Kentucky Baptist Convention, I stand with 750,000 Baptists in my state convention. Together we desire to see the Great Commission pursued in our commonwealth and beyond! No individual congregation […]

Posted in Adoption, Baptist Associations, Baptist Collegiate Ministry, Camp Ministry, Church Planting, Churches, Collegiate Ministries, Cooperative Program, Evangelism, Family, Foster care, Kentucky Baptist Convention | Tagged | Comments closed
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