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Paul Chitwood of the Kentucky Baptist Convention, the state's largest religious organization with 750,000 members, called the ruling ''tragic and disappointing.
Sunrise Children's Services, which describes itself as "a ministry partner of the Kentucky Baptist Convention," claims that the settlement is "discriminatory" because it will give the taxpayers who brought the lawsuit greater access to monitoring documents relating to Sunrise than to ones relating to other providers.
Crismon, Baptists in Kentucky, 1776 1976: A Bicentennial Volume (Middletown, KY: Kentucky Baptist Convention, 1975), 236-37.
Simmons, an ordained Baptist minister, was deeply disappointed that the University of the Cumberlands (UC), a school affiliated with both the Southern Baptist Convention and the Kentucky Baptist Convention, wanted to accept $10 million from the state for the construction of a pharmacy school and another $1 million for pharmacy scholarships.
The 1910 Louisville Baptist Orphans' Home report to the Kentucky Baptist Convention specifically mentioned J.
In a report to the Kentucky Baptist Convention, KBHC's President William K.
Franklin Owen, former executive secretary of the Kentucky Baptist Convention, told a story about some boys playing with a white football which they accidentally kicked into the chicken yard.
We'd like to raise enough money in the next three to four year that we can tell the state: `Keep your money, we'll still serve your kids,'" KBHC President William Smithwick told the Kentucky Baptist Convention in November.