Joan C. McKinney

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Online chapel experience to open for students

CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. (BP) -- Campbellsville University has begun an online chapel experience for students. The university's online chapel is believed to be the first of its kind in the online educational world.

Thanksgiving meal connects churches

CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. (BP)–A potluck Thanksgiving meal and service has become a tradition among seven Kentucky Baptist churches since it began in 1998. About 300 people from churches in Taylor County in south-central Kentucky gathered at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church in Campbellsville Nov. 21 for food, fellowship and a sermon by Kyle Franklin, pastor of Mount […]

Astronaut shares faith at Campbellsville

CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. (BP)–When the Space Shuttle Columbia exploded in 2003, NASA astronaut Leland Melvin rushed to the home of his friend David Brown, who had been killed in the disaster. He talked with Brown’s wheelchair-ridden father, who told Melvin he had to carry on Brown’s legacy of space flight. Today, Melvin can say he has […]

Pastors give testimony to rural Mt. Moriah’s nurture

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World-changing in Cheyenne
Jerry Haag, president and CEO of the South Texas Children's Home (center), pauses with several participants from the children's home in a World Changers project in Cheyenne, Wyo -- (right to left) 15-year-old Rebecca, 16-year-old Brian, 18-year-old Ram and 20-year-old Katie. (STCH has a policy of not giving last names of children.)
CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. (BP)--Five pastors with ties to Campbellsville University share deep bonds with Mt. Moriah Baptist Church in Shelby County, Ky., a church founded in 1792 where, collectively, they have served as pastor nearly 30 years.

Campbellsville Univ. dedicates flags of students from 56 nations

CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. (BP)--Campbellsville University President Michael V. Carter took note of the South Korean flag.

Campbellsville University announces Coca-Cola Bottling Co. partnership

CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. (BP)–Campbellsville University has signed a contract with Western Kentucky Coca-Cola naming Coca-Cola products as the official soft drink for the university. Russell Montgomery, manager of the Campbellsville cola plant, said, “We at Western Kentucky Coca-Cola are pleased to be able to help Campbellsville University financially.” Kenneth W. Winters, president of the 1,600-student Baptist-related […]