Evangelism leaders seek to ‘Train the Trainer’

Originally published in Western Recorder – www.westernrecorder.org

Hardin and Madisonville—During the months of May, June and July, the Kentucky Baptist Convention’s evangelism team will be making 24 stops throughout the commonwealth to “Train the Trainer,” a seminar to equip leaders to train others in personal evangelism.

During the seminar, attenders will be introduced to ReachKy.today, a website designed to help believers share their testimonies as a tool for evangelism.

Each attender receives a training packet that includes a trainer’s guide, three trainee guides, and a flash drive with PowerPoints, videos, and other resources to equip them to teach the how-tos of personal evangelism. Continue reading “Evangelism leaders seek to ‘Train the Trainer’”

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Baptist Nursing Fellowship to host Refugee Loss Simulation

Originally published in Western Recorder – www.westernrecorder.org

LOUISVILLE—This year, under the leadership of their president, Anne Partenheimer, the Kentucky Baptist Nursing Fellowship is restructuring their annual meeting to include a Refugee Loss Simulation.

The Refugee Loss Simulation is presented and led by Refuge Louisville staff and hosted by Walnut Street Baptist Church. It’s sponsored and funded by Walnut Street Baptist Church Health Ministry, the Eliza Broadus State Missions Offering and the Cooperative Program. Continue reading “Baptist Nursing Fellowship to host Refugee Loss Simulation”

340 Kentucky students learn to be missional in their own community

Originally published in Western Recorder – www.westernrecorder.org

GLASGOW—What started six years ago with 40-50 kids has grown to an at-home missions opportunity for 340 kids, grades 6-12, from 37 churches serving 75 ministry sites in three counties from June 3-6. LoveLoud 2018 is sponsored by the Liberty Association of Baptists in South Central Kentucky.

Students participated in projects in their own communities, including a “no donations accepted” carwash, a backyard Bible club, a sports camp-type activity, construction projects, cleaning up the campus of a YMCA, and hanging out with senior citizens. Continue reading “340 Kentucky students learn to be missional in their own community”