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There was a time when reaching the lost was the top priority of evangelical churches. Sadly, many churches today focus far more on programs for their members than on how to fulfill The Great Commission. A great deal has been written about how to correct this serious issue, but all[...]

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Where We’ve Been 2017 was an amazing year for our ministry. In our first full year in operation we saw incredible growth and experienced God’s grace in more ways than we can recount. It was a year that set the stage for extraordinary things to come. Here are a few[...]

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As we approach the Thanksgiving and Christmas giving season, there will be no shortage of opportunities to support worthy causes, charities, and organizations. No other time of year puts as many demands on our time and our wallets. We start November with good intentions to pack a shoebox for a[...]

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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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by Pastor Keith Joseph   Many churches today are in a state of deep discouragement, brought on by church apathy, absenteeism, a depleted budget, and often abandonment by the younger generations. Does this describe your church? If so, you need to know that God has already provided the antidote for[...]

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Sometimes, annual events like Pastor Appreciation Month can be more about not forgetting to recognize your pastors instead of a time to really encourage them. So as a former pastor, I want to give you a few things to think about this October. Offer praise, not pity. Although ministry life[...]

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Every once in a while I get to be part of something truly special. One such time came in August at Parkway Baptist Church in Evans, Georgia. I was scheduled for a typical four-day revival from Sunday through Wednesday, but what happened was anything but typical. Sunday morning was incredible.[...]

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As an evangelist, a great deal of my time is spent preaching revival services. In my experience it takes more than printing the word “revival” in the Sunday bulletin for a fellowship of believers to be revived. So what is the essential ingredient to genuine revival? It’s brokenness. The problem[...]

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Obedience is success. That’s the statement I wrote down as I started thinking of all the reasons I should stay put in a great church, in a great community, with a great future. Going into evangelism in the present evangelical church culture can be like buying oceanfront property in Arizona![...]

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