A heart devoted to giving to missions is nothing new for second-grader Catherine Coaty, exemplifying the message of Isaiah 11:6: “And a Little child shall lead them.”
Dan Summerlin, who pastored four churches of different sizes in five decades, shared insights of what he learned from each decade during the Shepherding Conference in Lexington, Kentucky.
Oneida Baptist Institute makes clear its purpose — “while every school deals with the minds of young people, but few, like Oneida, minister to the soul as well.”
It was a baptism service Sunday unlike any other that Belfry First Baptist Church Pastor Mike McCartney has ever been involved in.
Church planting workshops conducted at four locations this week emphasized that every Kentucky Baptist church can be involved in multiplying disciples, leaders and churches.
Chrystal York was 13 when she learned she was conceived after her mother was raped by a man whose advances she rejected.
God’s Warming Spot is Pathway of Hope’s answer to a prominent need in Muhlenberg County. The pregnancy resource center maintains a coat closet for locals who lack access to warm clothing during the winter months.
A bomb threat didn’t stop people from praying in the Kentucky State Capitol Rotunda Wednesday (Jan. 4) as legislators began work for the 2024 legislative session.
Christmas came early for many children in Rockcastle County communities with an event from the Rockcastle Association of Kentucky Baptists called Give Hope.