TAYLORSVILLE, Ky. (BP) – A Kentucky Baptist pastor unearthed a real treasure in the church office on Monday.
WASHINGTON (BP) – Tens of thousands packed the National Mall in Washington Saturday (Sept. 26) to cry out to God and repent.
OWENSBORO, Ky. (BP) – Pleasant Grove Baptist Church stared down COVID-19 and never blinked.
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (KT) – Hillvue Heights was heading like a silver bullet toward its goal of 700 baptisms when COVID-19 entered the equation.
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WASHINGTON (BP) -- President Donald Trump signed legislation today (June 5) to make it easier for businesses or churches struggling during the coronavirus pandemic to take advantage of a payroll subsidy program that's been a critical part of Washington's response to the economic crisis. The legislation gives employers more flexibility to use taxpayer subsidies for other costs and extends the lifespan of the Payroll Protection Program as the economy slowly begins to recover. It passed the House last week on a 417-1 vote and was approved by the Senate on Wednesday (June 3).
LOUISA, Ky. (BP) -- Louisa First Baptist Church Pastor Chuck Price didn't set out to break any records when he committed to doing daily online services when the coronavirus pandemic first arrived. "We thought it was going to be two weeks," he said. "Now we're on day 57."
MIDDLESBORO, Ky. (BP) -- Kentucky Baptist Disaster Relief workers are poised and prepared to begin working in flood-ravaged southeastern Kentucky. Following a week of rain, DR assessors on Saturday were able to look over the damage and begin assembling teams.
OWENSBORO, Ky. (BP) -- They just kept coming and coming and coming. Jamus Edwards, pastor of Pleasant Valley Community Church, called it "holy chaos" as the Revival on the River was reaching an epic conclusion. "We sang, I preached the gospel, we gave the time of response and the Lord just moved powerfully," said the Owensboro pastor.
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (BP) -- The water in the baptistry at Hillvue Heights Church is never still. That's entirely by design. During the past 12 months, more than 600 have been baptized by the Bowling Green, Ky., church. Baptism is a focus of the church and believers move in and out of the water regularly every Sunday of the year. It is chlorinated, circulates through a pump, is heated and never empty.