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Lately I’ve been struck by the number of hyphenated-Christians emerging in the American Church. We hear the various religious views of Baptist or Presbyterian-Christians, Republican or Democrat-Christians, White or African-American Christians, and Male or Female-Christians. The most recent is LBTG-Christians. What? I guess that makes me a white-male-heterosexual-Southern Baptist-Christian. In[...]

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Last weekend, Stacey and I had the privilege of leading a marriage conference at First Baptist Villa Rica, Georgia. We could tell that Pastor Kevin Williams and his staff had prepared and prayed for the weekend. Not only did they have over 300 in attendance, but four people prayed to[...]

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Are we living in the last days? Well, the Bible tells us that as the coming of Jesus draws closer, increased lawlessness will cause hearts to become callous. People will simply adjust to sin as the new normal. Sounds familiar, doesn’t it? How else can we explain New York law-makers[...]

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For over two decades now, I’ve had the privilege of knowing Bucky Kennedy and observing his ministry. I truly love this man and am grateful for God’s clear call upon his life. Over the past three years, I’ve watched God open a new door of ministry for Bucky as a[...]

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I’m often asked, “Why did you leave a great church and ministry to go into evangelism?” What I hear is, “Are you crazy?” And I get it. Many perceive full-time evangelism as a dying profession. For instance, Southern Baptists currently have fewer than 100 vocational evangelists, whereas 25 years ago[...]

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First of all, thank you for entrusting Bucky Kennedy Ministries with your financial support. We pledge to use your resources wisely and responsibly in the work of this ministry. Your generosity to BKM allows us to: Go anywhere. As a faith-based ministry we desire to see God work in any[...]

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Last week, retailers rushed to replace Halloween candy and costumes with Christmas decorations. I noticed in one store that anything related to Thanksgiving was relegated to the end of a single aisle. Looking at the pitiful display, it seemed they were simply meeting an obligation to acknowledge the holiday. But[...]

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In the last ten weeks, I’ve preached nine four-day revivals. When people see my preaching calendar they often ask, “Do revivals still work?” The short answer is, “Yes!” This Fall revival season is yielding great results because workers from the local church are doing their work. A farmer doesn’t experience[...]

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I love Georgia! And I'm not just talking about football. I love the people in Georgia. Over the years, God has brought people from across the state across my path. Many of those are in ministry, but many are desperately in need of being ministered to. While it’s true that[...]

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