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Religion

  • Church Calendar -July 24, 2013

    Church of Christ food distribution
    The LaRue County Church of Christ will distribute food 6-7 p.m. July 24, and 9:30 a.m.-noon July 26. For more information, call 358-9812.
     
    Homecoming at Levelwoods
    Levelwoods United Methodist Church is having a homecoming 11 a.m. July 28. Lunch will follow the service and Bluegrass gospel will be performed in the afternoon.

    Service times change at Hodgenville Christian

  • Need a friend? Try one who will never leave you

    Loneliness is no respecter of persons. People may turn to drink, lose their sanity, and commit suicide because of the despair of loneliness. How many lonely people there are today!

    God did not create man to live in miserable inner loneliness. Jesus came to restore fellowship between man and God, and to take away human loneliness. Jesus Christ will take away loneliness from your soul. He will be your companion and friend.

  • Commitment, surrender, obedience

    The answer to a richer, fuller life is in Jesus. This kind of life comes about as a result of a continual relationship with him through commitment, surrender and obedience.

    Paul mentions three simple acts in 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 that will promote a fuller life. First, Paul says, “Be joyful always.” This joy must be found in the Lord.

    Some seek their joy in toys, trinkets and treasures of this life, but these are temporary and do not last. True joy comes from our relationship with the Lord.

  • Christian Women's Connection celebrates 35 years

    The Elizabethtown Area Christian Women’s Connection celebrated their 35th birthday on July 8.

    About 50 women from Elizabethtown, Radcliff, Hodgenville, Vine Grove, Cecilia and Leitchfield attended, including three women from the 1978 executive committee – Gwen Yarbrough, Barbara Hicks and Rose Harris. Also attending were five women who were past chairperson: Pam Kerr, serving 1987-88; Jeanette Wilson, 1997-99; Alice Pepper, 1999-2001 and 2003-4; Carolyn Smith, 2001-3; and Denise Garrett, 2007 to present.  

  • Craftsman guides New Haven church project

    The stately beauty of the great oaken doors was there all along, but it was buried beneath layers of  paint and needed the caring hands of a master craftsman to bring it out again.

    The Rev. Troy Overton knew just the man.

    Harold Bowling, who will be 77 in August, was baptized at St. Catherine Catholic Church in New Haven as a child and had been a parishioner there most of his life.

  • Church Calendar -July 17, 2013

    Methodist records
    needed

    Hodgenville United Methodist is preparing a celebration of 175 years of Christian stewardship. Church librarian Gary Gardner is looking for any early church records and photographs of past church buildings and members. He can be contacted at 270-766-9106, or gifts can be anonymously returned to the church by mailing to Gardner at P.O. Box 28, Hodgenville, KY 42748.

    Oak Hill holds VBS

  • The Apostle Paul suggests the best way to live

    “The Lord is near.” Paul makes this statement in Philippians 4:5 as he speaks of the second coming of Christ.

    In light of Christ’s soon return what should we do? The apostle makes suggestions.

    First he says, “Let your gentleness be evident to all.” The way of Christ is gentleness and kindness. Some want to throw their weight around and are not nice, kind and gentle. Paul said in light of the soon return of Christ, we need to be kind and gentle to all people.

  • Use your gift or lose it

     There is an old axiom which says, “Use it or lose it.” This principle can be applied to almost everything in life. 

  • Church Calendar - July 10, 2013

     Methodist records needed

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