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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (KT) -- Amid the chaos, cancellations, quarantines, and confusion, Christians are still called to serve and show the love of Christ to their communities. more
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (KT) – Kentucky’s church leaders are finding themselves in the difficult spot of picking who gets a seat in the sanctuary when in-person worship services are … more
I had been excited for weeks!  Finally, FINALLY - after 62 months and 7,000 days of Corona - we were going to have children’s church during our Sunday morning 10 o’clock service!  And I was the teacher for the four- and five-year-old class!  Pardon me while I do a little dance. more
WASHINGTON (BP) – Pro-life advocates have praised recent actions by the Trump administration to protect newly born children and to broaden the ban on funds for international abortion rights organizations. more
ASHLAND, Ky. (KT) – Rose Hill Baptist Church didn’t have to call any special meetings when Gov. Andy Beshear recommended churches go virtual or meet outside for the next month. more
In the middle of making banana bread yesterday I realized I was completely out of self-rising flour.  No worries, I thought, I would just make my own adding baking powder and salt.  Dragging a chair over, I searched high and low to no avail.  (Probably a good thing; I hadn’t used it in a decade.)  AND, I found that I was out of sugar.  I had to go to the store. more
NASHVILLE (BP) -- "Lots of factors go into where someone pursues their career. Why wouldn't the Kingdom and mission of God be the largest of those factors?" more
This weekend (Jan. 19), many Southern Baptist churches in America will observe Sanctity of Human Life Sunday. This event recognizes the commitment to the sanctity of life and protection of the unborn that is shared by members and churches of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC). But many Baptists are unaware that the SBC has not always been on the right side of this pro-life divide. more
RICHMOND, Va. (BP) -- On average, eight Christians died for their faith every day in 2019. That equals more than 2,920 people killed for the cause of Christ last year, according to the 2020 annual report from Open Doors' World Watch List. In addition, 9,488 churches or Christian buildings were attacked, and 3,711 Christians were detained without trial, arrested, sentenced and imprisoned. more
WASHINGTON (BP) — A United States senator has called for a federal civil rights investigation of states that have continued during the coronavirus pandemic to place strict limitations on religious gatherings while permitting massive protests of the police killing of George Floyd. more
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