Tag Archives: Crossings Ministries

Work to do!

More than any other season of the year, summer is the time for Kentucky Baptists to be on mission! Volunteer mission trips in and out of state and overseas are on the calendar for most of our churches. Here at home, probably the biggest mission event in our communities is Vacation Bible School, a time […]

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At Bicentennial, Buck Creek Still Growing and Going

I was privileged recently to join Pastor Thomas Webb and Buck Creek Baptist Church for their bicentennial celebration. Buck Creek originated as a plant from Beaver Dam Baptist Church and made its mother church a grandmother eight times over during its first century in existence. In addition to planting churches, Buck Creek was instrumental in […]

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The Cooperative Program is Worth Celebrating!

Why is Cooperative Program Sunday, on April 22, worth celebrating? Because through the CP, Kentucky Baptists are helping make possible the work of nearly 5,000 International Mission Board missionaries sharing Christ with more than 900 people groups around the globe. Through the CP, we also support more than 5,000 North American Mission Board missionaries. When […]

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CP Decline May Have ‘Dramatic Impact’ on KBC

In this video, Kentucky Baptist Convention Executive Director Paul Chitwood delivers the Mission Board staff report to messengers attending the KBC’s annual meeting. The meeting was held Nov. 15, 2011, at Florence Baptist Church at Mt. Zion in Florence, Ky. “Our mission field is growing,” Chitwood said, noting that Kentucky’s population has grown from 3.2 […]

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Who Would Miss the KBC?

If state conventions went away, would we miss them? That question might not sound strange coming from a young pastor who abhors bureaucracy and prioritizes investing in personal relationships over supporting systems and structures. But it probably sounds very strange coming from an executive director of a state convention. Nevertheless, I think it is a […]

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