Monthly Archives: May 2018

Ten things I’ve learned from those who have NOT fallen in ministry

“Dad, how will people know you haven’t done something like that?” asked my 19-year-old daughter as we discussed the growing list of resignations and terminations in Baptist life. “Because he’s still above the ground,” quipped my wife, Michelle, as only a 20-year veteran middle school teacher can. Later, Michelle took a more serious tone when she […]

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KY Baptists ‘impact’ 2018 laws on abortion, adoption and more

The combined efforts of Kentucky Baptists’ legislative agent, Tom Troth, our news service, Kentucky Today, and our state chaplain, Steve Weaver, have created an elevated platform from which to impact state government for the sake of Christ. Here’s a quick review of some of the more significant pieces of legislation passed during the 2018 General […]

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KY Baptists are doing more together, even as the world becomes more divided

If you support the cooperative mission work of the 2,400 churches of the Kentucky Baptist Convention by tithing in a church that gives through the Cooperative Program, by giving through the Eliza Broadus Offering for State Missions, and/or by serving in a KBC ministry, thank you! For 181 years, Kentucky Baptists have remained committed to […]

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Make disciples, not duplicates

Editor’s note: Dr. Paul Chitwood’s column features a guest article from Nathan Bishop, Kentucky Baptist Convention First Vice President and senior pastor of Forest Baptist Church, in Louisville. By NATHAN BISHOP If you know my father, you would know I am my father’s son. I talk like my father, have the same mannerisms as my father, […]

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