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Kentucky church grieves death of two staff members, days apart

LEXINGTON, Ky. (BP) – The Center Point Church family has an aching heart and for good reason. It was an unthinkable week with the deaths of two staff leaders – Senior Pastor Tim Parsons and Executive Director Chuck Vellios – coming only days apart.

‘My Jesus’ singer-songwriter’s journey born through tragedy

NASHVILLE (BP) – Anne Wilson was always reaching for the stars. She just never dreamed it would be as a contemporary Christian music artist.

Senior adults ready to return to church, masks and all

ASHLAND, Ky. (BP) – Ninety-year-old Fred Boggs stepped into the church sanctuary for the first time in almost a year last Wednesday night (Feb. 24).

Kentucky pastor finds treasured photo of Billy Graham in filing cabinet

TAYLORSVILLE, Ky. (BP) – A Kentucky Baptist pastor unearthed a real treasure in the church office on Monday.

Thousands fill National Mall on day of prayer and repentance

WASHINGTON (BP) – Tens of thousands packed the National Mall in Washington Saturday (Sept. 26) to cry out to God and repent.

Kentucky church experiences ‘move of God’ during pandemic

OWENSBORO, Ky. (BP) – Pleasant Grove Baptist Church stared down COVID-19 and never blinked.

Kentucky church baptizes 506 in COVID year

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (KT) – Hillvue Heights was heading like a silver bullet toward its goal of 700 baptisms when COVID-19 entered the equation.

FROM THE STATES: Kentucky pastors minister at protests; Eyes opened through Georgia food ministry

Kentucky pastors try to reach tough groups at protest; Eyes opened through south Georgia food ministry

Churches with PPP loans should benefit from law fix

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).

57 days and counting: Kentucky church has online service streak

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."