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  • Church Calendar - December 9, 2015

     

    Wesley Meadows United Methodist Women

    Wesley Meadows United Methodist Women will be hosting their annual Cakes, Candy and Cookies Sale from 9 a.m.– Noon, Saturday December 19, in the fellowship hall at 4341 Campbellsville Road. Containers for candy and cookies will be for sale, or you can bring your own container. All proceeds go to mission projects sponsored by the UMW. For more information contact Betty Allen, 270-358-3300 or Doris Jones, 270-358-3065.

    LaRue County Church of Christ Food Pantry

  • Getting Ready For Christ

    “Are you ready for Christmas?” This phrase often means, “Do you have all your shopping done?”

    It is so easy to walk past the manger and Jesus with our arms filled with gifts. Have we allowed the Savior to be stolen from our Christmas celebration?

  • Church Calendar - December 2, 2015

    Harvestland Community Church Celebration of the Nativity

    Harvestland Community Church will be hosting “A Celebration of the Nativity” on Saturday, December 5, from 6 -8 p.m. There will be fifty unique nativities on display as well as a live nativity outdoors. There will be children’s activities with nativity costumes available for use in a photo opportunity. Light refreshments provided

    First Baptist Church Kids Christmas Musical

  • What Are You Waiting For?

    Have you ever made a long trip across country with young children in the car?  What question will they ask you, probably several times before you reach your intended destination?  “Are we there yet?  Are we almost there?”  Waiting for something when you are younger is not easy.

    Even when I grew older, married and had children, it was difficult to wait for Christmas morning. There were gifts for the children and I wanted to see their faces when they opened them.

  • Church Calendar - November 25, 2015

    Harvestland Community Church Celebration of the Nativity

    Harvestland Community Church will be hosting “A Celebration of the Nativity” on Saturday, December 5, from 6 -8 p.m. There will be fifty unique nativities on display as well as a live nativity outdoors. There will be children’s activities with nativity costumes available for use in a photo opportunity. Light refreshments provided

    LaRue County Church of Christ Food Pantry

  • Annual psalm of thanksgiving

    Dear God,

    It’s that time of year when I sit down to compose my annual psalm of thanksgiving. This will be my 16th year of making public my thanks and gratitude to you for yet another year of your faithfulness to me.

    This past year has been difficult in so many ways. At times I’ve felt like a dog’s chew toy, eaten up and slobbered on. I’ve felt pulled and pushed, stretched and torn.

  • Give Thanks

    Complaining makes us miserable, while a positive and thankful person is a great witness in this world.

    Our light shines for the Lord when we are thankful. The Apostle Paul says in 1 Thessalonians 5:18,”Give thanks in all circumstances for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.”  This is a good scripture for us at Thanksgiving.

    Let me share three simple thoughts about thanksgiving:  We have it so good, we enjoy it so much and we express it so little.

  • Nolynn Baptist collects 84 boxes for operation Christmas Child

    84 shoeboxes were collected on Sunday, November 8, at Nolynn Baptist Church. They were taken to First Baptist Hodgenville, 730 Tonieville Road, which is a local collection point. The third week in November is the national collection week for these Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes.

  • Church Calendar - November 18, 2015

    LaRue County Church of Christ Food Pantry

    The LaRue County Church of Christ Food Pantry will be giving food to those who qualify from 6 to 87 p.m. on Wednesday, November 18 and from 9 a.m. to noon on Friday, November 20. For more information call 270-358-9812 or 270-388-9220.

    Women of the Bible Study at Buffalo Baptist

  • Love one another

    Many things are influencing our culture today, but probably none more than a lack of love shown by believers. What would it be like if those who claim to be redeemed and changed by the power of God began to live their lives in line with the teachings and desires of Christ?

    The great commandment is “Love the Lord God with all your heart, soul, mind, strength and your neighbor as yourself.” Over a dozen times in the New Testament we are told to “Love one another”. The life of the believer is to be characterized by love.