Photo by Emil Handke/SBTS
FRANKFORT, Ky. (BP) -- From his first day as governor of Kentucky, Matt Bevin's inbox has been piling up. Notes, letters, emails, texts -- all from conservative Christians who at last feel represented. Many of them include a well-known snippet from the book of Esther: For such a time as this.
Bevin was sworn in as the third Republican governor of Kentucky since World War II, a Tea Party conservative who defeated Democratic candidate Jack Conway in November 2015. "People think it must be daunting, dealing with all these people, making all these big decisions," Bevin told Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Magazine in his office inside the state capitol in Frankfort. Read More