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What is racism? It depends on who you ask. Cable news presents two extremes. One side seems to indicate that nearly everything is racism and most people are racist. The other side seems to indicate there is little or no racism today. Neither of these extremes is helpful to Kentucky Baptists as we care for our fellow image bearers. more
Kentucky’s farmers are among the best in the world. It’s no surprise agriculture leaders from around the country are looking to the Bluegrass State and our prospering hemp industry. more
Ah, the start of school. Composition notebooks across America will have Page One full of answers to the familiar journal prompt: “How I spent summer.” more
On August 3, 2019, a shooter entered a Wal-Mart shopping center in El Paso, Texas, and murdered 22 image-bearers and injured dozens of others. According to news reports, the gunman was a white supremacist, and he is rightly being identified as a domestic terrorist. more
Cornfields are tall and only off-brand crayons are still available on store shelves, meaning it’s time to soak in the final days of freedom. The end of this summer is bittersweet in the Gaynor House as we prepare for kindergarten—and we’ve prepared. more
I saw a meme created by the Texas Farm Bureau claiming one bushel of corn can make 38 boxes of cereal, 258 six-packs of soda, 33 pounds of sweetener, 2.8 gallons of ethanol, or 17.5 pounds of dried distiller grains. more
The next time you are trying to get to know a person, ask this important question: What’s your favorite kind of bean? more
I once heard Dr. Mark Lyons, the president and CEO of Alltech, say this: “Wherever we are in life, life will test us. How we react determines everything.” more
The very idea that Kentucky voters would turn out Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell next year, given his and their allegiance to President Trump, seems the stuff of fiction. But Amy McGrath made the all-but-impossible look possible in the first day of her Senate campaign last week, setting a first-day record of $2.5 million. more
In preparation for kindergarten, yesterday was my oldest child’s first visit to the optometrist. He is usually trusting and agreeable, so when he bucked at the suggestion for eye drops, I did what all baffled mothers do when their kids say no: I refused such an answer. more
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