Welcome to the Kentucky Baptist Foundation’s giving page. Since 1945 the KBF has been serving as a fiduciary for the Kentucky Baptist Convention and her affiliated institutions/agencies. The KBF is also pleased to support the work and the many causes of the Southern Baptist Convention. Below you will find ten funds that continually support our ministry partners. Please fill out the secure form below to support these ministries. Your perpetual gift will allow these ministries to have a steady stream of income for life.
Founded in 1945, the Kentucky Baptist Foundation serves as the trust agency of the Kentucky Baptist Convention and over 2,300 KBC churches and ministries. The Foundation offers charitable gift consultation services to individuals, churches, schools, and charitable organizations.
The Cooperative Program through the Kentucky Baptist Convention helps to serve hundreds of churches by providing hands-on training, practical resources, and personal consultation. It is the financial fuel for reaching every person for Jesus Christ in every town, every city, every state, and every nation.
Since its beginning, IMB has had one goal: bring the gospel of Jesus Christ to the lost peoples of the world. At the first Southern Baptist Convention in 1845, the Foreign Mission Board was founded as part of “one sacred effort, for the propagation of the gospel.” Southern Baptist churches believed that by working cooperatively, they could accomplish more for God’s kingdom. That belief still stands strong today through the ministry of IMB.
The North American Mission Board is here to help the Church reach North America and the nations with the hope of the gospel through church planting, sending relief, and resourcing evangelism.
Kentucky Woman’s Missionary Union equips women, men, boys, and girls for missions for life. The Kentucky WMU Heritage Fund (KY WMU Heritage Fund) provides Kentucky WMU with financial resources to develop, promote, strengthen, and sustain its work in Kentucky and around the world. Your legacy gifts to the KY WMU Heritage Fund will assure Kentucky WMU keeps going and growing.
Sunrise Children’s Services provides care and hope for hurting families and children through Christ-centered ministries. Since 1869, this ministry has continuously affiliated with Kentucky Baptists. Today, Sunrise provides therapeutic foster care, residential therapeutic treatment, and community-based services statewide.
Clear Creek exists to provide educational preparation for people called of God into Christian service. Clear Creek strives to nurture God-called students as they prepare for the Lord’s work and provide a quality Bible-based education with an emphasis on practical Christian service.
Oneida Baptist is a Christian boarding and day school for students in grades K-12. OBI’s mission is to provide a structured living, learning, and working environment in which each student is challenged to grow mentally, physically, socially, and spiritually in order to acquire an Education for Time and Eternity.
Crossings creates experiences to proclaim the Gospel. Every Crossings camp, event, resource, and retreat is focused intentionally on proclaiming and showing the Gospel to their guests.
The mission of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary is to be totally committed to the Bible as the Word of God, to the Great Commission as SBTS’s mandate, and to be a servant of the churches of the Southern Baptist Convention by training, educating, and preparing ministers of the gospel for more faithful service.