Monthly Archives: August 2013

Ministry Can Lower Your Blood Pressure

This guest post by KBC Missions Mobilization Team Leader Eric Allen was originally posted at “Christians are equipped for service that lowers their blood pressure…” Okay, so Ephesians 4:11-13 doesn’t say it quite like that. It does say however, that we are equipped for works of service, and according to a new study, works […]

Posted in Missions | Tagged | Comments closed

RISK: Paducah

The following is a guest column from Chuck McAlister, KBC Evangelism and Church Planting Team leader. My wife and I recently had the opportunity to tour Paducah. Within this quaint, little town are great people with deep family values and a rich American heritage. One of our favorite places was the Paducah Floodwall Mural. The […]

Posted in Annual Meeting, Evangelism | Comments closed

Evangelicalism in Recession

I just finishing reading John Dickerson’s book, The Great Evangelical Recession: 6 Factors That Will Crash the American Church…and How to Prepare. Under that shocking title, Dickerson argues that the six downfalls of Evangelicalism in the United States are over-inflated numbers and influence, the reality of a post-Christian culture, division, financial strain, the inability to […]

Posted in Vision | Comments closed

Kentucky Baptist Foundation Highlights Generational Differences in Giving

In his most recent post, Kentucky Baptist Foundation President and CEO Barry Allen shares some sobering insights into generational giving patterns in his latest post on the KBF blog: Some futurists have projected a 70 percent decline in giving over the next decade or two if giving trends do not change dramatically. … Did you […]

Posted in Cooperative Program, Stewardship | Tagged , | Comments closed