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Today's Features

  • We all enjoy the harvest. The celebration of fresh fruits and vegetables are a delight. Likewise, it is a delightful celebration when a spiritual harvest takes place. When the seed of the gospel takes root in the life of an unbeliever and he or she responds to the gospel and enters into a relationship with Jesus a harvest celebration commences. Unfortunately, we get so centered on the harvest that we forget that every harvest begins with the sowing of the seed. Where seed is not sown, the harvest will never occur and where the seed is sown, the harvest will happen.

  • Dwight L. Moody was asked to conduct a funeral service.  Since this was his first, he went to the Bible to observe what Christ did in His earthly ministry.  He found that Christ broke up every funeral He ever attended.

    One day Jesus was entering the city of Nain and met a funeral procession.  A widow’s son had just died and the burial group was on their way to the cemetery.  

  • Community calendarEVENTS

    Renaissance Repeats

    Renaissance Repeats will be open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday August 12. They are located on the Square in the Woman’s Club Building at street level. Rain cancels.

    AGstravaganza Dinner on the Square

    Just a reminder that The Faith, Family, Farms and Food dinner will be held on the square in downtown Hodgenville, at 6 p.m. Saturday, August 12. This is a sold out event.

    Monthly Luncheon resumes

  • In a pinch Candy

    14 oz chocolate candy coating

    2 1/2 cups crispy rice cereal

    Melt candy coating, add cereal, stir well. Drop by teaspoon onto wax paper, chill till set.

  • Praying for you LaRue

    LaRue County Churches are joining together to pray over the school campuses on Wednesday, August 2. The program will begin at the LaRue County Central Office parking lot, located on Central Avenue in Hodgenville, at 6 p.m. Following a short program, teams will break off to pray at ALES, HES, LCMS and LCHS. For more information call Jonathan Carl at 270-325-3626.

    Homecoming at Union Separate Baptist

  • A house without windows would not be very inviting.  Windows serve two functions ­— they let light in from the outside, and they allow us to view the beauty of the outside world.

    Dr. Elizabeth Kubler-Ross, an American-Swiss psychiatrist, a pioneer in near-death studies and author of the book, Death and Dying, said “People are like stained-glass windows.  They sparkle and shine when the sun is out, but when the darkness sets in, their true beauty is revealed only if there is light from within.”  

  • A house without windows would not be very inviting.  Windows serve two functions ­— they let light in from the outside, and they allow us to view the beauty of the outside world.

    Dr. Elizabeth Kubler-Ross, an American-Swiss psychiatrist, a pioneer in near-death studies and author of the book, Death and Dying, said “People are like stained-glass windows.  They sparkle and shine when the sun is out, but when the darkness sets in, their true beauty is revealed only if there is light from within.”  

  • Community calendar

    EVENTS

    Praying for you LaRue

    LaRue County Churches are joining together to pray over the school campuses on Wednesday, August 2. The program will begin at the LaRue County Central Office parking lot, located on Central Avenue in Hodgenville, at 6 p.m. Following a short program, teams will break off to pray at ALES, HES, LCMS and LCHS. For more information call Jonathan Carl at 270-325-3626.

    First Friday