Monthly Archives: January 2015

State lawmakers set to debate critical issues

In the 2015 Kentucky General Assembly session, several critical issues will be considered, but a few rise to the top of my list of concerns for families in our state. First, and once again, we continue to hope the House of Representatives will work to get pro-life legislation passed. After years of committee leadership deliberately killing […]

Posted in Government, Kentucky Legislature, Public Affairs | Comments closed

College ministry strategy shift producing results

In his book, Surprising Insights from the Unchurched, Thom Rainer claims today’s generation of college students are, for the most part, unreached with the gospel. Rainer indicates that only 4 percent of those who are college age profess to be born-again followers of Jesus Christ. That being true, of the approximately 250,000 college students in […]

Posted in Affinity Evangelism, Baptist Collegiate Ministry, Collegiate Ministries, Missions | Comments closed