A Farewell to Hershael York

It’s hard to say goodbye to somebody you love. Such was the case with the Apostle Paul in the last chapter of Romans as he says farewell to beloved brothers and sisters in the faith. Pastor Hershael York preached from Romans 16 last Sunday, and it corresponded...

Christmas Ironies, Christmas Joy

So many of my Christmas memories as a child were pleasant. But Christmas isn’t a joyous time for everyone. I recall a story that my grandma shared with me when she was eight years old. Grandma Copeland had been particularly naughty that year. Her no-nonsense...

Analysis of Kentucky Governor’s Race

I wish that I could write you and tell you that we have a new conservative governor in Kentucky. Unfortunately, that’s not the case. It’s not for lack of trying because the CPC team and I worked overtime to help elect Daniel Cameron. We have much to learn...

11 Reasons I Voted for Daniel Cameron

I’ve known Daniel Cameron since before he was elected attorney general in 2019. I know him to be a man of principle, where his Christian convictions inform his policy positions. He will defend free markets, First Amendment principles, the rule of law over...

Whose Biblical Values?

Kentucky is a conservative state with a majority who identify as Christian. Since Andy Beshear first ran for governor in 2019, he’s made much of the fact that his grandfather and great-grandfather were Baptist preachers. “Love your neighbor as...

What Is Christian Nationalism?

Are 51.9% of Americans “Christian Nationalists?” That’s the claim made by a recent book: Taking America Back for God. Its authors, Samuel Perry and Andrew Whitehead, are regularly cited by mainstream media outlets as experts on Christian Nationalism, supposedly a...

Steward the Truth with Grace, not Condemnation

During CPC’s workshop, “LGBT Push in School and Culture: A Christian Response,” followers of Jesus are challenged to share their biblical values while having their words be seasoned with grace. Across this country, pastors, politicians and activists are rewarded with...

Beshear Resists Audit of Mishandled Funds

Controversy is brewing around the Beshear Administration regarding disaster relief funds being sent to people not affected by the 2021 tornados in West Kentucky and the 2022 floods in Eastern Kentucky. In February, several Kentuckians unaffected by the disasters...

Sen. Mills Balances GOP Ticket for Governor

Kentucky’s political suspense for the remaining spot on the November ballot officially ended at 9:30 Wednesday morning as the Republican candidate for governor, Daniel Cameron, announced his running mate for lieutenant governor—State Senator Robby Mills from...