Monthly Archives: October 2012

Reporting to Kentucky Baptists

The annual meeting of the Kentucky Baptist Convention represents a unique opportunity for our Mission Board staff and KBC agencies and institutions to share ministry highlights and updates from another year of Kingdom work in our state and far beyond. In addition to sharing time on the platform, an annual Book of Reports is compiled […]

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Have you…

Ever been part of a dodransbicentennial celebration? No? Then here’s your chance! On November 13, at the Immanuel Baptist Church in Lexington, Kentucky Baptists will come together to celebrate the dodransbicentennial of the Kentucky Baptist Convention. If you are wondering what a dodransbicentennial is in the first place, no worries, I looked it up: it […]

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The Calamity of Cancer

Several of Michelle’s students and colleagues from Mt. Washington Middle School participated as a team in the 2012 Komen Louisville Race for the Cure this past Saturday. Only our 14 year old daughter was up for the run but thankfully the event included a 1 mile “Family Walk” for those of us with bad knees […]

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Grateful for Kentucky WMU’s advocacy for missions giving through the Cooperative Program

As a pastor, I deeply appreciated efforts of the Woman’s Missionary Union to encourage believers to engage in missions service by praying, giving and going. As Executive Director of the Kentucky Baptist Convention, I’m humbled by the passionate support Kentucky Woman’s Missionary Union demonstrates in supporting missions efforts here in Kentucky and around the world. […]

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Guest Post: The Four Pegs

Today’s post is from Curtis Woods, associate executive director for convention relations & communications. Perhaps it was Rupert Meldenius, who said, “Unity in essentials, liberty in incidentals, and in all things charity.” This maxim portrays the heartbeat of many Kentucky Baptists. As associate executive director for convention relations, I believe that biblical truth and compassionate love […]

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