Category Archives: Campbellsville University

KBC President Chip Hutcheson’s Report on Campbellsville University

During the Kentucky Baptist Convention’s 2014 Annual Meeting, convention messengers voted to hear a report on Campbellsville University from KBC president Chip Hutcheson instead of viewing a promotional video forwarded by Campbellsville. CU president Mike Carter had been invited to present a report in person but declined the invitation and sent no one to represent […]

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A Welcomed Breakthrough with Campbellsville

Friday evening I received a much welcomed call from Charles Barnes, one of our past Kentucky Baptist Convention presidents and a well-known lay leader in the KBC. Barnes called to inform me that Campbellsville University had agreed to our requests for a meeting. Saturday, at 3pm, that meeting took place. KBC leaders present were Garnetta […]

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Kingdom Partnerships

Kentucky Baptists have been blessed by longstanding partnerships with a host of agencies and institutions providing various ministries all across our state. These entities have been supported through individual donations, the Cooperative Program and special offerings totaling literally hundreds of millions of dollars from Kentucky Baptists. Over the course of time, the relationships have proven […]

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Part 2: Mission Board Report

Today’s post is part two of my three part series based on the report I delivered to the KBC Mission Board at the May meeting. The changing culture creates greater challenges in some areas of our work than others. The drama surrounding Sunrise Children’s Services in 2013 is a perfect example. While Sunrise still has […]

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Kentucky institutions stepping up to help Mid-Continent students

Mid-Continent University in Mayfield, Ky., recently announced that it will close its doors on June 30, leaving many students scrambling to figure out how and where they can continue their studies. Several Kentucky Baptist institutions have already stepped up to extend help to Mid-Continent students: Clear Creek reaches out to former Mid-Continent students Campbellsville University […]

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