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Faith-Hope-Love Infant Rescue

Posted by Rebecca Mudd on

Faith-Hope-Love Infant Rescue is an orphanage/infant rescue/foster home in Port-au-Prince Haiti. It was founded by Dorothy Smith Pearce (a native of Jacksonville, FL) in 2005.  Started as a Christian ministry to restore malnourished infants and small children to health, FHLIR has morphed...

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Tags: missions, haiti, faith hope love infant rescue

New Beginnings

Posted by Ed Hardin on

It’s intriguing how being confronted with the end of nearly anything in life elicits and encourages us to begin looking to the beginning of what lies ahead. The high school senior; the man who loses his job; the woman who retires; the patient who is told there are only 6 months to live...

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Tags: new years, crossing church

Barren Heights Update

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What would our Thanksgiving have been without pausing to think of all of our friends and supports at Parkway Baptist Church?  It is, honestly, hard to imagine Barren Heights Retreat Center without the love and labor of so many of you.  Thank you for making such an impact, not only on...

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Wild Game Dinner

Posted by Tommy Raisor on

About 12 years ago a group of men from Parkway Baptist Church started thinking of a way to reach people that were un-churched or not regular attendees to any church.  Men that enjoyed activities such as hunting, fishing, camping, and trap shooting became the targeted group.  People...

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Tags: wild game dinner. men's ministry

Greetings from Colombia!

Posted by Lori Hart on

Our first week in Colombia has been surreal to say the least.  It’s hard to believe we are here and yet the sights, sounds and smells tell us we are definitely in Bogota!  Bogota is the busiest place I have ever seen.  The streets are packed with taxis, buses and...

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Comfort Zone......what is that?

Posted by Alivia Davis on

When you're sitting in your comfort zone, it's easy to mention in your prayers that you are willing to go to the ends of the earth to share the Gospel. But, when God calls you to move across the state, country, or world that simple prayer seems like a moment of crazy! As I prayed for direction...

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Sacred Words

Posted by Christy Holleran on

 “All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness”  2 Timothy 3:16, ESV  I’m a visual person. In fact, I am dramatically visual person. When I read, it’s not enough to try and...

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Crossing Church

Posted by Ed Hardin on

Two months have passed since the public launch of Crossing Church Bardstown. Many in the Northwestern portion of the county are familiar with Crossing, many more are not. Curiosity has led some to peek their heads in, others have not. Some have stayed and continue to worship with us, some have...

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Tags: missions, crossing church

A Closer Look At Their World

Posted by Christy Holleran on

*Christy Holleran participated in the 2013 mission trip to Haiti.  This is a blog post she posted at that time.  For original posting please go to http://hope147.blogspot.com/2013/10/a-closer-look-at-their-world.html  "Religion that is pure and undefiled before God, the...

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Tags: missions, haiti, orphan care, journey bags

The Value of Staying Put

Posted by Matt Flanagan on

In both churches and other positions, success is often seen in acquiring positions that involve greater resources, greater numbers, and greater opportunities.  It is upward mobility.  If one is really doing a good work at one location, wouldn’t the natural move be to do...

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