World Changers: ‘We believe in what they do’

Originally published in Baptist Press, the official news service for the Southern Baptist Convention, on June 27, 2017.  OWENSBORO, Ky. (BP) -- Holes were starting to form in the front steps of her house. The storage shed in the backyard leaked when it rained. And everything needed a fresh coat of paint. But 64-year-old Charlene … Continue reading World Changers: ‘We believe in what they do’

Their Holy Land travels enrich Bible study leaders

Originally published in Baptist Press, the official news service of the Southern Baptist Convention, on July 31, 2017.  NASHVILLE (BP) -- Not far from the western shore of the Sea of Galilee, a biblically significant artifact sat buried under 2,000 years of dirt and debris. Archaeologists didn't find it until 2009 when excavating land in … Continue reading Their Holy Land travels enrich Bible study leaders

Why It’s OK to Be Upset When Celebrities Die

Originally published on RELEVANTmagazine.com on November 14, 2016.  This year, grief is something our culture has had to deal with. We’ve lost so many influential figures, including Prince, David Bowie, Muhammad Ali and, most recently, singer and songwriter Leonard Cohen. A little over a week ago, I had my own brush with the sting of … Continue reading Why It’s OK to Be Upset When Celebrities Die

A Bowling Green Staycation: Making the Most of A Spring Break Spent in BG

Maybe you have an exciting getaway planned for Spring Break. Maybe you don’t. Maybe you’re planning to stay in Bowling Green. If that’s the case, don’t be discouraged by your lack of plans. We’ve created a day-by-day itinerary to make sure #SpringBreak2k16 is the best Bowling Green week ever. Click here to read the full … Continue reading A Bowling Green Staycation: Making the Most of A Spring Break Spent in BG

Open records 101: Understanding the Herald lawsuit

On Nov. 1, 2016, a College Heights Herald reporter filed an open records request with WKU, seeking all Title IX investigative records into faculty and staff sexual misconduct claims from the last five years. WKU denied this request, as well a similar request made by the Kentucky Kernel, the University of Kentucky’s student newspaper. In late … Continue reading Open records 101: Understanding the Herald lawsuit