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Religion

  • Messages of the Manger

    One of our favorite Christmas carols is “Away in a Manger,” loved by young and old.  Have you ever wondered why Jesus was born in a smelly bed of hay and laid in an animal feeding trough?  In 1964 Leslie Flynn wrote of some great truths to be learned from Jesus’ birth in a stable.

  • God Became Man

    During Advent Christians will be focusing on the coming of Christ — His first coming, but also His promise to return.  Many titles are given to Christ in the Bible.  “Emmanuel” is one of them, and it means “God with us.”

    Christmas is the miracle of God coming to earth to be with us.  He who made the universe came and lived on this planet.  The one who flung the stars into space came as a baby.  He retained His deity while assuming humanity.  God became man — the doctrine of the Incarnation.

  • May Our Hearts Burn
  • Church calendar - November 30, 2016

    A Southern Christmas Concert

    Community Gospel Singers will present A Southern Christmas Concert at 7 p.m. Saturday, December 3 at the Hodgenville United Methodist Church at 825 Tonieville Road in Hodgenville. The concert is free, but a love offering will be taken. For more information contact Bill Twyman at 270-234-4799.

    Christmas in the Country

        Levelwoods United Methodist Church will be holding a Christmas in the Country at 6 p.m. on December 3 with singing and fellowship to follow.

  • One party you don't want to attend

    Do you remember the lines learned in childhood:  “Nobody loves me.  Everybody hates me, I’m going out and eat some worms.”

    Our tendency when things go wrong is to feel sorry for ourselves.  We become convinced that nobody cares.  We delight in nursing our hurts.  This is a symptom of self-centeredness.

  • Thankfulness

    By Jonathan Carl
    Guest Columnist


    Do you remember the lines learned in childhood:  “Nobody loves me.  Everybody hates me, I’m going out and eat some worms.”

    Our tendency when things go wrong is to feel sorry for ourselves.  We become convinced that nobody cares.  We delight in nursing our hurts.  This is a symptom of self-centeredness.

  • Church Calendar

    Community Thanksgiving Dinner

    A Community Thanksgiving Dinner will be available Thanksgiving Day from 11-12 a.m. in the fellowship hall at South Fork Baptist Church. The church is located at 4915 New Jackson Hwy., Hodgenville. Everyone is invited. For more information call 270-325-3626.

    Friend Day at Steadfast Baptist

  • The unchanging one

    God says of Himself in Malachi 3:6, “I the Lord do not change.”  In our world today we long for stability because we are surrounded by change.  To satisfy this longing I would point you to God who is the unchanging and eternal one. Observe some things the Bible tells us about God.

  • Knowing God's will requires a renewed mind

    By Paul Richey
    Guest Columnist

    Time after time I have been asked to help individuals decipher the will of God for their lives. Each occurrence allowed me to emphasize that no earthly individual can determine or decipher for another individual what God’s will is. Rather, it is imperative that we understand that God has revealed to us in His Word key components to distinguishing His will for life. In Romans 12:1-2 the Apostle Paul gives three important keys to determining what God desires for your life.

  • Church Calendar - November 16, 2016

    Revival at Union Separate Baptist Church

    Union Separate Baptist Church will have revival services beginning Thursday November 17 at 7 p.m. The evangelist will be Bro. James Crim. Pastor Bro. Troy Arnette and the church invites everyone to attend.

    The Celebration of The Nativity