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Today's Features

  • God is no respector of persons. He can and will use any of us in His service, but to achieve our highest usefulness our lives must be clean.

    The Apostle Paul taught this truth through a simple illustration in 2 Timothy 2:20-21 about dishes used for a meal. They were different kinds of dishes, but one thing necessary for their use was they had to be clean (Hebrews 10:22, Matthew 6:17). It is not the size, shape, color, nor what the dish is made of. The most important thing of the dish set before you is it must be clean.

  • On November 18, 2000, First Baptist Hodgenville called Reverend Jerry Wilkinson as pastor. Coming from the city of Stanford, Kentucky he felt like God led him this way.

    Elder Jerry G. Wilkinson is one of six children born to the late Glen Wilkinson and Lovester Wilkinson. He married the former Rosalyn Johnson on September 19, 1981. Elder Wilkinson is the proud father of three children: Jermaine, Nehemiah, and Jerran (Tim) Adams. He also had five grandchildren.

  • Haunted Barn

    The Haunted Barn at the LaRue County Fairgrounds will be open Fridays and Saturdays from dark to 11:30 p.m. through November 4. Proceeds go toward funding a LCHS senior on the Senior trip as well as the sponsoring a child for the Hangin’ with Heroes holiday shopping trip. Tickets are $5.

    Relay Fundraiser

    Becky’s Team will be selling Rada Cutlery until December 1. Great for Christmas presents. A percentage goes to Relay for Life. To request a catalog or for more information contact Becky Thompson at 270-765-9310. 

  • This past Sunday morning was Youth Sunday at Lane Lincoln. Carlos Cox was at church this past Sunday morning at First Baptist. He would like to thank each and everyone for their prayers, visits, and calls while he was in the hospital, rehab and since his return home.

    This Sunday morning, First Baptist will fellowship with Lane Lincoln. The Hodgenville Brotherhood will provide the music and the morning sermon by Reverend Jerry Wilkinson.

    Thought for Today: Get up everyday, Love God and do your best. And He will do the rest!

  • Thought for the week: You don’t get to choose how you’re going to die or when. You can only decide how you’re going to live now.

    We attended The Biscuit Marketplace event this past Sunday. The event had a great turn out and I got my jewelry fix. I got to visit with classmate June DeSpain Emberton for a few minutes and it was great seeing her.

    I loved the article on Joel Ray Sprowles in The LaRue County Herald News last week.

    Mom has been busy signing our Christmas cards. Now I have to find time to address them.

  • Senior Citizens music

    The LaRue County Senior Citizens Center has music beginning at 6:30 p.m. every Saturday. Musicians and singers are welcome. For more information call Charles at 270-358-4311 or email Viola Riggs at viola47@windstream.net.

    Daily activities

  • EVENTS

    Book Fair

    The Green County Genealogical Society will host a genealogy book fair on Saturday, November 4 from 8-2 p.m. CDT at the Greensburg-Green County Fire and Rescue Building on 312 Dakota Meyer Drive. The event will feature genealogists and historical societies from several surrounding counties. For additional information, contact Martha Houk at 270-932-4950.

    HeartChase

  • Levelwoods Methodist Church Revival

    Levelwoods Methodist Church will be hosting a revival October 25-27, starting at 6 p.m. nightly. The program will feature special singing and Daniel Raikes preaching.

    Food Pantry