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We celebrate lots of holidays at the Reed household.  Christmas is my favorite, followed by spiritual birthdays.  One special day I always recognize is the Feast of Trumpets (Rosh Hashanah).  more
As a convention of churches and as individual believers, Kentucky Baptists are motivated by the Great Commission to make disciples (Matt 28:18-19). To make disciples effectively, we must rely on the finished work of Jesus Christ on the cross, God’s Word, the empowerment of the Holy Spirit and the involvement of volunteer believers to work in the fields (John 4:31-38). more
Nearly three dozen gold shirt wearing Kentucky Disaster Relief volunteers have become a welcoming sight for a flood-soaked area of Philadelphia. more
An east Tennessee pastor has been the subject of an investigation into sexual abuse allegations. Frank Noe of Claiborne County, Tennessee, was charged with five counts of rape in 2020, but those charges were dismissed because they were filed after a statute of limitations expired. more
MIDDLETOWN, Md. – Kevin Smith, executive director of the Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware (BCM/D), announced his resignation and return to pastoral ministry at a meeting of the convention’s General Mission Board (GMB) at Skycroft Conference Center on Tuesday. more
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (KT) – Bright yellow lines outside EMW Women’s Surgical Center in downtown Louisville demarcating a 10-foot-wide buffer zone were painted and then covered up on Tuesday. more
FORT WORTH, Texas - In his first Southern Baptist seminary chapel appearance since his election as Southern Baptist Convention president, Ed Litton addressed Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and Texas Baptist College students, faculty, and staff during the Tuesday chapel, particularly noting the “serious” issues facing the Executive Committee (EC) of the SBC, as well as charges against him of sermon plagiarism. more
The church of the Lord Jesus Christ was established by Christ and purchased with His own blood. As the church, we are to continue the work of Christ on the earth. more
NASHVILLE (BP) – While the Taliban’s reemergence in Afghanistan brings concern for its Christian population, the situation isn’t as grim as it could be. more
NASHVILLE (BP) – For Michael Bowen, Baptism Sunday was about a celebration of those publicly proclaiming their faith in Christ. The baptisms hit close to home because they were the culmination of three years of dialogue and building relationships. more
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