Category Archives: Family

The post I never had the courage to write

My family tree is diseased. Like every family tree in humanity, my family tree is diseased by sin. Sins take many forms and the overarching consequence of sin, which is death, besets us in various ways. Death has visited my family quite frequently in the form of cancer. Thankfully, due to God’s grace in His […]

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Ideas for Pastor Appreciation Month

October is Pastor Appreciation Month. If you are reading this article, you probably have a pastor. How can you express your appreciation to him for all he does to shepherd God’s flock? Let me offer two suggestions. First, consider sending your pastor and his wife to Shepherding 2017. Registration is now open for this event […]

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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 […]

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

In Support of Our Governor

I am in complete agreement with the statement from Kentucky’s governor, Matt Bevin, (below) and believe Obama’s transgender bathroom edict to public schools to be the most egregious interference into the lives of everyday Americans ever suggested by a United States president. Tens of millions of innocent children and their families will be impacted, offended, […]

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Important legislation passed as Kentucky General Assembly session wraps up

The end of the 2016 legislative session in Kentucky came with drama about the state spending budget but little else in terms of last-minute legislation. Regarding the session as a whole, we are grateful for small victories like the expansion of the Kentucky Safe Infants Act to include churches as locations where unwanted babies can […]

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