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Today's Features

  •  Richard Sharp said, “We can never turn the world upside down until we’ve turned the church inside out.”

    The people observed the early church in the book of Acts and said, "These men who have upset the world have come here also" (17:6). The early church had just a handful of people, no buildings and no budget, nothing except a zeal for the Lord. How did they turn the world upside down? Because they turned the church inside out.

  •  A preacher once said, “My people believe the Gospel, but many of them don’t behave the Gospel.”

    Admiring truth is not enough. Doctrine and duty ought to go side by side. Belief and behavior should never be separated. Our lives must match our profession if we are to make an impression upon a lost world in our day.

    Every great doctrine of the Bible makes a practical demand upon our lives. If we say we believe the doctrines, then we need to obey them. Consider a few doctrines and the demands they bring with them.

  •  A common question that many parents have is: How can I teach my child to eat healthy and keep fit? The Kentucky Department of Public Health has begun a new campaign to help families answer this question. And, it's simple: 5-2-1-0.

    These four numbers stand for:

    (5) Five or more fruits and vegetables every day,

    (2) Two or less hours of screen time,

    (1) One hour or more of physical activity,

    (0) Zero sugary drinks.

     

  •  Do you know your family’s health history? Or is it like a secret no one wants to talk about?

    Many health conditions, including type 2 diabetes, run in families. Many people who get type 2 diabetes have one or more family members with the disease.

  •   October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Hardin Memorial Health has two events planned to educate the community on the early detection of breast cancer.

    • Transportation to the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure: Ride together on a Toby Tour bus to the Race for the Cure, Oct. 13, in Iroquois Park, Louisville.

    Race or walk with others dedicated to the promise to save lives and end breast cancer.

  •  Mid-Kentucky Chorus will perform 7:30 p.m. Oct. 6 at St. James Church, 307 W. Dixie Hwy., Elizabethtown.

    The concert is in conjunction with the Lincoln Days Celebration and the traveling Smithsonian Exhibit. The cantata, under the direction of Teresa Tedder, honors President Lincoln.

    The piece includes parts of his famous speeches and key moments in his life as President. Other music selections include pieces dear to Mr. Lincoln, including many of the songs written by Stephen Foster, hymns, ballads and familiar Civil War songs.

  •  The Hardin County Playhouse will present the play “Arsenic and Old Lace” at 7 p.m. Oct. 5, 6, 11, 12 and 13 and 3 p.m. Oct. 7 and 14. The Playhouse is located in the Plum Alley Theater, 208 W. Dixie Ave., Elizabethtown inside the Historic State Theater Complex. For more information or tickets, call 270-351-0577 or visit www.hardincountyplayhouse.com.

    Tickets are $15 for adults; $13 for students or military.

  •  Monday

  •  LaRue County Reads

  •  Optimist Toy Run