Ryan had claimed a recent acquaintance started shooting after they arrived home from church.
Elder Lindsey Champion, his wife Joy, and their daughter-in-law Emily were killed in a shooting.
Jack Hall asked the Richmond congregation June 8, "Are We a Joyful People?" He pointed hearers away from circumstances, positions, and human relationships, to being in Christ.
Kentucky preacher and writer Paul Holland tells Christians not to be intimidated by the atheist church.
Minister says lack of challenge caused millennials to leave the church.
Kentucky couple see opportunities still in print media, but with a different style.
Writer turns the tables on progressives, laying much of the blame for any decline on their doorstep.
David Lemmons recommends an audio lesson by Guy N. Woods with a simple method for anyone to study the New Testament.
Ky. minister apologizes for statements of a guest speaker at youth rally.
Beth Baker of the Maple Hill church in Paducah, Ky., speaks about her autistic son and the struggles they faced.
Two congregations are set to merge officially May 15, one of which formed as the result of a previous merger.
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (BNc) -- The Evangelize Kentucky Project soon will be starting a congregation in Owen County Kentucky in the town of Owenton. They are in need of 10-15 matching pews, preferably no longer than 14 feet, a Lord's supper table, pulpit stand, number boards, etc. The property has already been purchased and Bill … Continue reading Evangelize Kentucky Project needs help
GREENVILLE, KY. (BNc) -- Elisha Earl Gieseke, 78, of Greenville, KY., died Tuesday, March 9, at Western Baptist Hospital in Paducah after a lengthy illness. He was a minister for more than 50 years and an Air Force veteran of the Korean War. Survivors include his wife of 57 years, Gloria June Hunter Gieseke; a … Continue reading Earl Gieseke, gospel preacher, dies
By Gina Kinslow, Glasgow Daily Times TOMPKINSVILLE, Ky. (BNc) — A celebration to commemorate the bicentennial anniversary of Old Mulkey was held Saturday, Nov. 21, at Old Mulkey Meeting House State Historic Site. "During the bicentennial observation we will be examining what happened at the historic service of Nov. 18, 1809, and the effects of … Continue reading Old Mulkey celebrated its bicentennial
by Paula Harrington BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (BNc) -- The Mount Pleasant church, north of Bowling Green, lost their building to an arsonist last August, but has recently reopened a brand new set of doors. The congregation met Sunday, July 12, for the first time in their new building, located only a mile from where the … Continue reading Ky. church rebuilds after fire
by Gayle Hall MARION, Ky. (BNc) -- Western Kentucky Youth Camp still needs work in its recovering from weather damage. The campus of Western Kentucky Youth Camp suffered extensive damage as result of the ice storm on Jan. 27 and severe winds on Feb. 11. Two boys' cabins were damaged by large tree limbs falling … Continue reading Western Kentucky Youth Camp Cleans Up
BOWLING GREEN, Ky (BNc)- Two days after the Mount Pleasant church building burned, the Mt. Zion building was set on fire deliberately, investigators said. The two building are about eight miles apart. The early morning fire on Aug. 15 totally destroyed the historic building dating back to 1852. It's the oldest church building in Kentucky … Continue reading Second Ky. church building set fire
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (BNc)- The building of the Mt. Pleasant church caught fire and it is a total loss, wrote Wayne Hatcher, of the Horse Cave congregation. The building was finished in 1998, according to the church's website. It's located at 10980 Highway 185, about 12 miles north of Bowling Green. W. Tom Hall preaches … Continue reading Ky church building burns