Baptist Life

Baptist Life
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Baptism is the public profession of faith made by an individual who has turned to Jesus and is trusting Him for the forgiveness of sin. more
FRANKFORT (KT) - Sunrise Children’s Services continues to receive accolades as they celebrate their 150th anniversary. more
Last Friday, I drove to Baghdad, Kentucky, to meet some sisters from another mother.  A handful of ladies were getting together at Cedarmore to plan a retreat for minister’s wives in September.  (More info to come on that later!) more
RICHMOND, Va. (BP) - Jason Thomas has joined IMB's partner relations team as African American church mobilization strategist. In this capacity, Thomas will work with nearly 4,000 African American churches across the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) to mobilize pastors and church members to pray, give, go and send. more
RUSSELL, Ky. (KT) – A northeastern Kentucky community gathered for a prayer service Wednesday in a church that sits in the shadow of the hospital where more than 1,000 workers learned they were losing their jobs a week ago. more
GUADALAJARA, Mexico (BP) -- Young adults of Latin America have grown up wired, as in many other cultures. They use smart phones to interact but not just when they are apart. Young people in the same room text each other, simultaneously following separate chats, interacting over shared photos and videos. more
WASHINGTON (BP) -- Agi Geva remembers March 19, 1944. It was the day her father Zoltan Laszlo died of illness, and the day Nazis hauled Agi, her mother Rozsa and younger sister Zsuzsanna from their Hungarian home to Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp in Poland. more
Social media can be an awesome tool, but it can also be a terrible temptation. It’s a mixed bag that gives people a platform to say whatever they want—the good, the bad, and the ugly—whenever they want, with little to no consequence. more
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (KT) – Kentucky Baptist Convention Executive Director-Treasurer Dr. Todd Gray is urging Kentuckians to call their legislators and tell them they oppose gambling. more
WASHINGTON (BP) -- Supporters of a state tax credit scholarship program that includes religious schools found hope Wednesday that the U.S. Supreme Court would agree the plan passes constitutional muster. more
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