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  • Church Calendar - July 2012

    Food pantry available at Church of Christ

    The food pantry at the LaRue County Church of Christ on Old E’town Road, Hodgenville, will distribute food 6-7 p.m. July 25 and 9:30 am to noon July 27. For more information, call (270) 358-9812.

    Oak Hill hosts VBS

    Oak Hill will have vacation bible school 6-9 p.m. through July 26. A meal will be served each evening. For transportation or more information, call 268-9218.

    Magnolia Baptist Church hosts VBS

  • COLUMN: You're saved or not – no in-between

     I was told recently that I am a conservative concerning scriptures. I have to agree, I am. 

    The way I perceive things is there is a right way and a wrong way: no in-between. In other words, “You can't straddle a fence.” I believe the scriptures say just what they mean and is God speaking to us through his word.

    I believe you are saved or you are not saved. There is no place for “I hope

    I am, I believe or I think I am.” You will know. 

  • PHOTO: Fly away

    Hodgenville United Methodist Church held vacation bible school recently.  Jim B. Phelps holds balloons before a launch. Chase Hines, Kodee Brinegar and  Alyssa White are among the children.

  • Church Calendar

     God’s House hosts VBS

  • COLUMN: Your works can be traced by your fingerprints

     We recently had the privilege of keeping our 15 month old grandson, Ty, for a week while his parents were on a mission trip. What a joy to have days and days with this sweet little one.

    After we returned home after delivering him back to his anxious parents, I was cleaning the house and noticed multiple fingerprints and smudges all over the place. Between Ty and his cousins, Layla and Bridgett, every section of my house had been explored and traces of their paths were left everywhere.  

  • COLUMN: Be imitators of Christ

     Paul tells the Corinthian Christians, "Be an imitator of me as I am an imitator of Jesus Christ" (1 Corinthians 11:1). He was trying to give the people a visual example of how to live the Christian life but not putting himself on a pedestal saying that he was perfect and had arrived.

    Paul realized that the greatest motivational principle in the world is a good example. In communication we are taught that 89 percent of what we learn is through the eyes.

  • CHURCH CALENDAR

     LaRue Baptist Church has VBS

    LaRue Baptist Church will have vacation bible school 6-8:30 p.m. through July 13. Friday is Family Fun Night, 6-7:30. Meals provided nightly. Call the church at 358-4673 for more information.

    Mount Tabor VBS

    Mount Tabor Baptist Church will have vacation bible school 6:30-9:30 p.m. through July 13. There will be classes for preschool through sixth grades. Children under 4 must be accompanied by an adult. The theme is SonRise National Park. For more information, call 325-3540.

  • COLUMN: God has a reorganizing program for our bankrupt nation

    “America wants God’s blessings, but not God. Our nation has systematically pushed him out of the national consciousness by rejecting Biblical morality, ignoring his word and relying on the political and entertainment areas for moral guidance.” 

    These are the words of John MacArthur and they express the beliefs of many Christian leaders today.

  • PHOTO: Wesley Meadows holds flag-raising

    The Wesley Meadows congregation celebrated the Fourth of July a few days early. On July 1, the group raised the American flag in honor of veterans who have served in the past or currently. Three retired veterans raised the flag for the first time – Jessie Roundtree, who served in the U.S. Army during World War II; Jack Jones, who served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War; and Herman Allen, who served in the U.S. Air Force. Allen called the flag, “the greatest sight he ever saw.”

  • Church Calendar – July 4, 2012

    Anniversary party at Three Forks Bacon Creek Church
    Three Forks Bacon Creek Church, Hammonsville Road, will have a two-day celebration for its 200-year anniversary, July 7-8. A night for the youth is planned beginning 5 p.m. CDT July 7, with a cookout, skits and historical overview of the church. Many former pastors will attend. The Truth Trio and George and Sharon Williams will perform. Fireworks and a hayride. On July 8 events begin 9:30 a.m. CDT. For more information, call 537-3599 or 537-3512.