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Kentucky Baptist Disaster Relief workers are all work and all pray. more
As we were leaving church this weekend, the staff was preparing for an afternoon funeral. My curious children started asking all sorts of questions about Heaven and when we’d be going. At the same moment, my husband and I proceed to go two completely different directions with our answers. Wade has always been in tune with his mortality, stating, “Well, everybody just needs to live ready [to die].” more
For generations, our nation’s strength has been powered by the miners in Kentucky’s coal fields. Their hard work helps fuel American innovation and provides millions of families and small businesses with reliable and affordable energy. more
In the midst of economic chaos in northeastern Kentucky, with businesses closing and others struggling as they try to build, with increased drug activity that has wrecked lives families and caused some ultimate heartbreaks, there has been one constant in Ashland since a few days after last Thanksgiving. more
Every February, we celebrate Black History Month because of the efforts of a Berea College graduate, Carter G. Woodson. more
As my family enjoys a quiet President’s Day at home, I’m reminded of one of my favorite George Washington stories. The “sweet” account was originally printed in the Sunday School Advocate in 1917. more
The election cycle is among us and, if you’re like me, your media outlets are filled with political chatter. Between ads approving candidates, news outlets bashing and praising various policies, and social media friends and followers boldly letting you know who they are voting for, it’s difficult to find anyone who isn’t at least somewhat interested in the polls. more
Lots of people, mostly men, will struggle to find the right words over the next few days. When it comes to talking about love we can all find it challenging to express the way we feel. more
Kentucky’s rural healthcare facilities are in crisis.  Our commonwealth is ranked as having one of the highest percentage of hospitals at risk of closure in the nation with nearly one-fourth of rural hospitals in Kentucky at risk of closure. The most at-risk of closure are the small, non-profit or public safety-net hospitals. more
The Senate was just put to the test. For the first time since Reconstruction, we were sent a presidential impeachment that passed the House with votes from only one party. more
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