The following is a press release from CBF state organization, Kentucky Baptist Fellowship.
September 21, 2015
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Kentucky Baptist Fellowship is pleased to name Kristin Belcher as operations coordinator. Belcher holds degrees from Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary (MDiv), University of Louisville (MSSW), and University of Kentucky (BSW).
She is a certified social worker. Belcher’s experience with KBF is multi-faceted, beginning with volunteering on missions projects, serving as missions intern, and most recently managing the KBF office since 2013. She has served as student minister with First Baptist Church in Frankfort, KY since 2012. In 2014, Belcher won the Outstanding Community Service Award from the Southeastern Association of Area Agencies on Aging for her contribution to the lives of older persons.
In addition to her administrative leadership for KBF, as operations coordinator Belcher will assume responsibilities including leading and developing missions opportunities, providing educational resources, and networking with churches, ministers and laity. Working with peer groups will be a focus, particularly developing the young Baptist ecosystem in Kentucky. Belcher began this new role on September 15, 2015.
Kentucky Baptist Fellowship is a fellowship of churches and individuals who are committed to the Great Commission of Jesus Christ. The KBF’s mission is three-fold: 1) to help churches partner with one another and with other organizations that share a similar philosophy and goal; 2) to provide resources for churches and individuals as they do their work; and 3) to encourage involvement in missions and ministries in local communities, throughout the state, and globally.