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Religion

  • Church calendar

    Food pantry at LaRue County Church of Christ

    The food pantry at LaRue County Church of Christ will distribute food to families who qualify 6-7 p.m. July 28. For more information, call 358-9812.

    Cardboard Nation fundraiser 

    A “cardboard nation” fundraiser will be held July 30 at Creekfront Park in Hodgenville. The fundraiser will provide support to a local missionary and his family. For more information, contact Tyler Hornback at 234-3516.

    Union Separate Baptist holds homecoming

  • Revelation: The beast will rise from the sea

    Revelation 13:1-10 discusses the beast from the sea.

    The beast rising up out of the sea is a mirror-image of the dragon, called forth from the peoples of the world (17:15) as an ally in his war against the saints.

    The crowns are the 10 horns (political power) not on the seven heads (the source of authority) which is the dragon who delegates authority to the beast. The beast is the incarnation of political-social evil and is a composite of Daniel’s pictures of past political powers (see Daniel 7:7).

  • It isn't easy to control the tongue

    We love to talk. Many radio stations have a 24/7 talk format. Everybody seems to have something to say.

    I read that the average American has 30 conversations a day. If you take our conversations for a year they would fill 123 books of 400 pages each or 52,800 pages per year. The average man speaks 20,000 words a day, while a woman speaks 30,000 words a day. Talking that much – there is no wonder our mouths get us into trouble.

  • It isn't easy to control the tongue

    We love to talk. Many radio stations have a 24/7 talk format. Everybody seems to have something to say.

    I read that the average American has 30 conversations a day. If you take our conversations for a year they would fill 123 books of 400 pages each or 52,800 pages per year. The average man speaks 20,000 words a day, while a woman speaks 30,000 words a day. Talking that much – there is no wonder our mouths get us into trouble.

  • It isn't easy to control the tongue

    We love to talk. Many radio stations have a 24/7 talk format. Everybody seems to have something to say.

    I read that the average American has 30 conversations a day. If you take our conversations for a year they would fill 123 books of 400 pages each or 52,800 pages per year. The average man speaks 20,000 words a day, while a woman speaks 30,000 words a day. Talking that much – there is no wonder our mouths get us into trouble.

  • Believers can resist Satan's assault

    Satan knows he has a short time (Revelation 12:12).

    The devil’s days are numbered. We see so much confusion and evil in our world because Satan knows he doesn’t have much time left before God sends him to hell forever. Therefore, he is trying to do as much damage as he can now. As a result, we note an increase in crime, immorality, violence, war racism, strife and other evils in our day.

    Mankind has turned their backs on God and Satan is unleashing hellish forces before the end. The believer’s job is to counterattack with militant spiritual warfare.

  • Christian Church to construct larger annex on Lincoln Square

    Hodgenville Christian Church is in the midst of a construction project in downtown Hodgenville that members hope will produce an addition usable for the entire community.

    According to Rita Williams, member of Hodgenville Christian Church and director of the LaRue County Chamber of Commerce, the first step in the process is to tear down an old storage building behind the church. The building, which was once a hardware store has been used for several purposes throughout the years and was bought by the church some time ago.

  • Christian Church to construct larger annex on Lincoln Square

    Hodgenville Christian Church is in the midst of a construction project in downtown Hodgenville that members hope will produce an addition usable for the entire community.

    According to Rita Williams, member of Hodgenville Christian Church and director of the LaRue County Chamber of Commerce, the first step in the process is to tear down an old storage building behind the church. The building, which was once a hardware store has been used for several purposes throughout the years and was bought by the church some time ago.

  • Christian Church to construct larger annex on Lincoln Square

    Hodgenville Christian Church is in the midst of a construction project in downtown Hodgenville that members hope will produce an addition usable for the entire community.

    According to Rita Williams, member of Hodgenville Christian Church and director of the LaRue County Chamber of Commerce, the first step in the process is to tear down an old storage building behind the church. The building, which was once a hardware store has been used for several purposes throughout the years and was bought by the church some time ago.

  • Real faith is something you do

    Fifty million Americans claim “I am born again,” according to a poll by George Gallup.

    “But you don’t see anything in their lifestyle,” Gallup said.

    A born again Christian goes to church, prays, studies the Bible, witnesses to others and gives to the cause of Christ. Jesus said in Matthew 7:21, “Not everyone who says, ‘Lord, Lord’ will enter into the kingdom of God.”