Black church conf. addresses ‘biblical sexuality’

Originally posted on Baptist Press –

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP) — “The sexual revolution in the black church” was among the topics addressed at a Louisville, Ky., symposium on “Biblical Sexuality in the Black Church.”

More than 400 people gathered for the Sept. 19 sessions at Forest Baptist Church, where several Southern Baptists made presentations. Among them were symposium organizer Joel Bowman, pastor of Temple of Faith Baptist Church in Louisville, and Curtis Woods, the Kentucky Baptist Convention’s associate executive director for convention relations. Continue reading “Black church conf. addresses ‘biblical sexuality’”


Prayer meetings held outside western Kentucky courthouses

Originally published at Western Recorder –

Clinton—New Bethel Baptist Church and the West Kentucky Baptist Association have been holding prayer meetings outside their courthouse once a month. Continue reading “Prayer meetings held outside western Kentucky courthouses”

Super Saturday ‘helps those who serve in local church’

Originally published at Western Recorder –

Louisville—“Your task is to be clear on the gospel. All the spiritual disciplines are outworks of the gospel, as is all the training you’re going to receive. That is of first importance,” Donald Whitney, professor of biblical spirituality and associate dean of the School of Theology at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and the featured speaker for Super Saturday 2015 in Louisville, challenged attendees. Continue reading “Super Saturday ‘helps those who serve in local church’”