Monthly Archives: October 2014

A Pastor’s Wife

This week’s article is a guest post by Michelle Chitwood and includes an invitation to the open house for ministers’ wives during the Annual Meeting of the Kentucky Baptist Convention. Michelle is the wife of KBC Executive Director Paul Chitwood. Our name is pastor’s wife By Michelle Chitwood Our name has traveled from town to […]

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The four stakes of a big-tent convention

Having spent many a night in a tent, I recognize that any tent needs corner stakes to keep from being blown away by the least gust of wind. Likewise, to avoid being “blown here and there by every wind of teaching” (Ephesians 4:14), I believe the big tent of the Kentucky Baptist Convention must be […]

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Same-sex marriage: A slippery slope toward moral chaos

Last week brought the disappointing news that the Supreme Court of the United States refused to hear appeals from states that have had their constitutional definition of marriage undermined by federal judges. While the sin of homosexuality may be no more offensive to God than other sexual sins, for a society to be forced to […]

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KBC committee votes to sever ties with Louisville church that ordains gay clergy, performs same-sex marriages

This is a news post from the Kentucky Baptist Convention website. LOUISVILLE – A Kentucky Baptist Convention committee has voted to sever ties with a Louisville church that voted to ordain people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender and to perform same-sex marriages. The Committee on Credentials took the action Thursday against Crescent […]

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Baptist Fellowship Center: Celebrating 100 years of racial partnership

The Western Recorder recently reported that two Baptist church buildings in Louisville are now mosques and another is a Sikh temple. One way to turn that tide and begin to see crosses over former mosques rather than minarets over former churches is to invest in ministries that are sharing the gospel in Louisville. Through the […]

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