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The eyes of the world were on Washington this week as President Donald Trump helped broker a deal where the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain would recognize Israel as a nation. more
What became clear during a recent Saturday afternoon I spent with Coach Bowden and his pastor was that, as he approaches his 91st birthday, winning football games isn’t what he likes to talk about. He’d rather talk about soul winning. more
I enjoy writing. I consider it a joy and a privilege to openly share my thoughts, stories, and the simplicities of our days with readers, but I’ve got to be honest. With so much competing noise in 2020, I’ve been wondering about all the words. Does anyone still know when to speak and when to stay silent? more
NASHVILLE (BP) – I visibly cringe every time the word “civility” is used around me. I hate it. On the face of it, “civility” is one of those things that everyone supports – like “patriotism” or “family” or “honor.” But our civility is often limited to whether or not we agree with the other person. As a follower of Jesus Christ, I am repelled by the word “civility” because it aspires to too little. We are called not to mere civility, but beyond civility to kindness. more
As this evil is being unleashed violently in our nation in every way imaginable, it is undeniable that God’s people must take notice now as never before. That is why I believe God pressed within me a deep conviction that I must do something in this great hour of desperation. more
NASHVILLE (BP) – As Great Commission Baptists, we are compelled with the vision to reach every person for Jesus Christ in every town, every city, every state and every nation. more
Loud exits are meant to make a point. Whether an angry teenager slamming a bedroom door, an unsatisfied customer leaving a restaurant, or a frustrated patient ending a phone call, when someone leaves loudly there is an attempt to scream, “I’m not happy and I want people to know it.” more
Kentucky Baptist Disaster Relief is a lot more than chainsaws and soup ladles. more
I grew up in eastern Kentucky, a far stretch of the dollar from actually ever attending the fastest two minutes in sports. more
The big oak tree that sits on the campus of First Baptist Church of Eastview has a history. We just don’t know it. more
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