Larry Spann didn’t know federal prison would be the place where God would get his attention again.
Bill Thatch and his wife, Pat, prayed for more than 20 years for their only son, Kyle Thatch, to make the decision to follow Christ and be baptized.
The meaning behind the word “love” lies lost beneath layers of song lyrics, slogans, clothing lines, TV shows, bookshelves and food.
When retired Senior Minister Bob Russell asked Melanie Wood to lead an all-male choir at Southeast Christian Church 40 years ago, no one knew how that would unfold.
As the three-day Global Missions Health Conference closed Nov. 9, thousands filed up to a world map on the platform at Southeast Christian Church’s Blankenbaker Campus to place cards to signify where they are committed to serve.
As a helicopter pilot during the Vietnam War, Joe Keating flew through hell and survived.
Jason Eien, 48, takes a TARC3 bus to the Blankenbaker, Southwest or Indiana campus of Southeast Christian Church for worship services. Blind since age 7, he taps with his white cane to avoid obstacles and people as he makes his way through the atrium. He hears commotion and bits of conversat…
Thousands of missionaries, doctors, nurses, dentists and healthcare professionals will gather for the Global Missions Health Conference at Southeast Christian Church’s Blankenbaker Campus Nov. 7-9. They come to learn, network and be encouraged. About 800 students pursuing degrees in healthca…
Christian Academy of Louisville’s girls soccer team is undefeated and ranked No. 1 in the state, but for head coach John Zutt, soccer is about more than just wins and losses.
While passing the Shelbyville Exit on his way to work for the Kentucky National Guard, Max Semenick often felt a tug at his heart for that area.
Bekah Bischoff and her husband Joe have two children, Ady, 8, and Henry, 6. A glance at the Bischoffs, and they look like any other family.
What happened after a million meals were packed at all Southeast Christian Church campuses last January may seem a million miles away.
During the Suez Crisis in 1956, President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s secretary of the interior went looking for his boss one morning and found the most powerful man in the world in an unlikely posture: He was on his knees in prayer.
Paul Wirth, 94, was 17 when he landed on Omaha Beach on D-Day June 6, 1944. Stakes were high: Free France, then the rest of Europe from Nazi control.
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