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FRANKFORT, Ky. – Kentucky Baptists have an advocate in the state Capitol when it comes to important moral and ethical issues. Tom Troth, a pastor, lawyer and retired deputy director of the … more

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DANVILLE, Ky. – A benefit ride aimed at helping foster kids invites bikers to take a scenic tour of central Kentucky and help make a difference in a child’s life. Sunrise Children’s … more

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ORYOL, Russia (BP) - Russia's nationwide outlaw of Jehovah's Witnesses will likely ricochet and strike other religions outside of Russian Orthodoxy there, said a Baptist missionary forced to shut … more

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NASHVILLE (BP) – Americans appear to have a positive view of the Bible. And many say Scripture is filled with moral lessons for today. more

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CANNONSBURG, Ky. — A marathon day of preaching is good for even a preacher's soul. Liberty Baptist Church had its second annual "Day of Praise" service on Thursday where 15 preachers … more

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GRANTS PASS, Ore. (BP) -- The ravages of life-controlling addictions cut across cultures, gender, age and economic status. U-Turn for Christ, a restorative ministry in southern Oregon led by Kevin Darr, has been standing firm amid the brokenness for nearly a decade. more

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WASHINGTON (BP) - The world's religious adherents experienced greater government restraints and social animosities after two years of declines, according to a newly released study. more

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LEFORS, Texas (BP) – Since coming to First Baptist Church of Lefors in March 2014, pastor Ken Houston has done many things for the first time: shot a buck, responded to EMT calls, fought grass fires, and was elected mayor. more

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LEXINGTON, Ky. – University of Kentucky freshman guard Malik Monk has become the second player in as many days to announce plans to enter his name in the 2017 NBA draft and to sign with an agent, effectively ending his college basketball career. more

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FRANKFORT, Ky. – Gov. Matt Bevin has restored the right to vote and hold public office to some two dozen felony offenders who have completed their sentences and applied for restoration of their civil rights. more
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