Monthly Archives: August 2014

2014 Equip Tour

The Apostle Paul reminds in Ephesians that the Lord “gave the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, the shepherds and teachers, to equip the saints for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ (4:11-12).” To fulfill our commitment to “help churches reach Kentucky and the world for Christ,” the Kentucky Baptist Convention […]

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CCR team exists to equip and strengthen Kentucky Baptist churches

Two years ago, the Kentucky Baptist Convention adopted a new mission statement: “The Kentucky Baptist Convention—created for churches, by churches, to help churches reach Kentucky and the world for Christ.” We also adopted a new, streamline organizational staffing structure of five teams to facilitate our focus on helping the local church. The largest among the […]

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A Welcomed Breakthrough with Campbellsville

Friday evening I received a much welcomed call from Charles Barnes, one of our past Kentucky Baptist Convention presidents and a well-known lay leader in the KBC. Barnes called to inform me that Campbellsville University had agreed to our requests for a meeting. Saturday, at 3pm, that meeting took place. KBC leaders present were Garnetta […]

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Kingdom Partnerships

Kentucky Baptists have been blessed by longstanding partnerships with a host of agencies and institutions providing various ministries all across our state. These entities have been supported through individual donations, the Cooperative Program and special offerings totaling literally hundreds of millions of dollars from Kentucky Baptists. Over the course of time, the relationships have proven […]

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