Monthly Archives: August 2012

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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Stories from the CP Mission Field

The reach of the Cooperative Program never ceases to amaze me. Recently, members of the Kentucky Baptist Convention staff shared stories about how CP made an eternal difference to people in need of a Savior. “Jim,” a resident of Paducah, watched a team of student volunteers doing roof work on his neighbor’s house during the […]

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Video Series: Restructuring the KBC

Ealier this year, the Kentucky Baptist Convention embraced a plan that will enable more direct assistance to the 2,400 KBC member churches, better preparing them to serve their communities and the world. Trying to get your head around some of the changes? In this video series, I walk viewers through the impetus for the restructuring […]

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Update on Michelle

We continue to be humbled by the prayers and support we receive from our faith family all across the world. With surgery behind us and some inconclusive preliminary tests, we await the full pathology report next week. We will know more about what the future holds at that time. Yet, as many of you often […]

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Not Afraid of Bad News

Among the many deep mysteries God has revealed in his word is the mystery of marriage and how the marriage covenant models the covenant between Christ and his church. In Ephesians 5, Paul writes, “Husbands should love their wives as their own bodies. He who loves his wife loves himself. For no one ever hated […]

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