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Religion

  • When afraid, trust in God’s promise

     

    “When I am afraid … I will trust the promises of God.” Psalm 56: 3-4

    Have you any idea how much it’s costing you to fear things that never happen? 

    Meteorologists say that a fog capable of covering seven city blocks is made up of only one glass of water, divided into 60 million particles. But when it settles, it can obscure your entire vision. A little fear can do the same thing.

    Why do almost half of us suffer from stress-related disorders? 

  • Church Calendar

    Wesley Meadows Christmas Eve service

    Wesley Meadows United Methodist Church will have Christmas Eve service with communion at 6 tonight. For more information, call Pastor Andrew Singh at 325-3740.

    Parkway Baptist holds Christmas Eve service

    Parkway Baptist Church will host Christmas Eve service at 11 p.m. Communion will be served. For more information, call 270-872-8180.

    Christmas Eve service at Valley Creek

  • One man’s life can make such a difference

    One of my favorite Christmas movies is “It’s a Wonderful Life,” in which the main character, George Bailey, wished he had never been born, but with the aid of Clarence, an angel, he is able to see what life in his hometown would have been like had he not lived. George Bailey realized his life did matter to many people and concluded that his truly was a wonderful life.

  • Church calendar

    Musical celebration at South Fork

    Combined choirs of South Fork and Valley View Baptist Churches will perform at South Fork at 7 p.m. Dec. 20. Call 325-3626 for more information.

    Live nativity

    Valley Creek Baptist Church will present a live nativity 6-9 p.m. Dec. 19 and 20 on the corner of Valley Creek Road and Hawkins Drive in Elizabethtown. Hot chocolate, music and caroling provided. Nativity animals to pet. For more information, call 737-9282.

    Mt. Moriah gospel singing

  • Church calendar

    Musical celebration at South Fork

    Combined choirs of South Fork and Valley View Baptist Churches will perform at South Fork at 7 p.m. Dec. 20. Call 325-3626 for more information.

    Live nativity

    Valley Creek Baptist Church will present a live nativity 6-9 p.m. Dec. 19 and 20 on the corner of Valley Creek Road and Hawkins Drive in Elizabethtown. Hot chocolate, music and caroling provided. Nativity animals to pet. For more information, call 737-9282.

    Mt. Moriah gospel singing

  • Church calendar

    Musical celebration at South Fork

    Combined choirs of South Fork and Valley View Baptist Churches will perform at South Fork at 7 p.m. Dec. 20. Call 325-3626 for more information.

    Live nativity

    Valley Creek Baptist Church will present a live nativity 6-9 p.m. Dec. 19 and 20 on the corner of Valley Creek Road and Hawkins Drive in Elizabethtown. Hot chocolate, music and caroling provided. Nativity animals to pet. For more information, call 737-9282.

    Mt. Moriah gospel singing

  • God’s power works inside us

    “Christ in you, the hope of glory.” Colossians 1:27

    The virgin birth isn’t just part of the Christmas story. It illustrates how God wants to get to us. In a sense, God’s asking you the same question he asked Mary, “are you willing to let me in?”

  • What are the sounds of Christmas telling us?

    The sounds of Christmas come from everywhere – radio, television, the crowds in the stores, the traffic. Commercials tell us we have to buy certain products to have a merry Christmas. With certainty, the sounds will not get any better the closer we get to Christmas Day.

     

    It is possible to go through the motions and never really celebrate Christmas. We need to hear the Christmas sounds because they help us to understand much about life in general and about our personal lives.

     

  • Youth Ministry Conference held at Campbellsville University

    “Youth in churches actually want more from their youth ministry experience,” said the Rev. Joe Ball, who works with the Youth Ministry and Sunday School Department at the Kentucky Baptist Convention, as he talked at Campbellsville University’s Youth Ministry Conference Nov. 15 in Ransdell Chapel.

    Forty-two youth ministers and others interested in the field, from Kentucky and Indiana, attended the session.

  • Kentucky Baptists elect new president

    John Mark Toby, pastor of Beacon Hill Baptist Church in Somerset, was elected president of Kentucky’s largest denomination during the Kentucky Baptist Convention’s 171st annual meeting.

    Messengers affirmed Toby by acclamation during the convention’s afternoon session Nov. 11 at Immanuel Baptist Church. There were no other candidates.

    Also elected unopposed were Skip Alexander, pastor of Campbellsville Baptist Church in Campbellsville, as first vice president, and E. Lee James, pastor of Bellview Baptist Church in Paducah, as second vice president.