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Religion

  • Where is the fruit?

    A few years ago a television commercial that received a lot of playing time asked the question, “Where’s the beef?” The question in the Gospel of Luke about the barren tree was, “Where’s the fruit?” The owner of the vineyard came looking for three years, but found no fruit.

    The owner in the story represents God. The fig tree could apply to Israel, but there is a personal application where we are the tree. The owner planted, watered, dressed and fertilized the tree. No labor was spared on the tree.

  • Choo-choosing to unhitch from the crazy train

    Just this morning my friend Tara and I were wondering if it’s possible to be addicted to drama.

    She calls it being on the crazy train. She said when the crazy train comes around and she hitches a ride on it she’s firing on all cylinders, she’s in high gear and overdrive, not to mention mixing metaphors.

    She feels alive, she says, yet at the same time she hates it with all her might.

  • Church Calendar - August 26, 2015

    Walnut Hill Baptist Church

    Walnut Hill Baptist Church will host a fish fry starting at 10 a.m., Aug 29, at the American Legion Building in Hodgenville. Fish plate will include 2 sides, dessert and drink, hot dog plate includes potato chips, a drink and dessert. For more information contact Carolyn Carter 270-537-3857.

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  • Being under the Blood

    “For the life of the flesh is in the blood” (Lev. 17:11). Without blood there cannot be life in the physical body. This is also true in the Bible. Blood flows through the Bible just as it does through the veins of our body. The late W. A. Criswell authored many books, one of which was titled, The Scarlet Thread. He shows how the thread that ran from Genesis to Revelation was the blood of Jesus.

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  • Church Calendar - August 19, 2015

    Walnut Hill Baptist Church

    Walnut Hill Baptist Church will host a fish fry starting at 10 a.m., Aug 29, at the American Legion Building in Hodgenville. Fish plate will include 2 sides, dessert and drink, hot dog plate includes potato chips, a drink and dessert. For more information contact Carolyn Carter 270-537-3857.

    LaRue County Church of Christ

    The LaRue County Food Pantry will give food to those who qualify, 6-7 p.m. every fourth Wednesday and 9 a.m. to noon every fourth Friday. For information, call 270-358-9812 or 270-358-9220.

  • A Threat to Our Nation

    Our nation seems to be falling apart.  At least, that is one man’s opinion.  And our greatest threat is not from beyond our borders, but within our own land.  Someone wrote an article entitled, “Without A  Shot”, showing how other great nations of the past have fallen from within.  We are imploding.

    America was once feared and respected in the world.  What has happened?  How are we viewed today?

  • Salem Christian Church Groundbreaking

    Salem Christian Church had a groundbreaking ceremony on Sunday, Aug. 9th for their new church facilities that will include a new sanctuary, fellowship hall and classrooms.

  • Church Calendar - August 12, 2015

    LaRue County Church of Christ

    The LaRue County Food Pantry will give food to those who qualify, 6-7 p.m. every fourth Wednesday and 9 a.m. to noon every fourth Friday. For information, call 270-358-9812 or 270-358-9220.

    Hope Food Pantry

    The Hope Food Pantry at Hodgenville United Methodist Church, 825 Tonieville Rd. will distribute food to LaRue County residents 4:30-6 p.m. on the third Wednesday of each month. Participants must show proof of income. For more information, call Susan Phelps, 270-358-9328.

  • Live Today

    The Psalmist said, “This is the day which the Lord hath made; we will rejoice and be glad in it” (Psalm 118:24). This is a prescription for the soul that can give zest, sparkle and determination to your life.

    We promise ourselves tomorrow projecting our joys, opportunities, and even our living into the future. Others endure the present waiting for a better time tomorrow, but dreams of tomorrow should not rob us of today.