Today's Features

  • River of Life Church

    Healing Evangelists Randy and Joanna Coe Herndon will be ministering at 11 a.m. May 15, at The River of Life Church at 524 Kirkpatrick Avenue in Hodgenville. Following service there will be a birthday celebration at Golden Coral in Elizabethtown for Pastor Bonnie Williams. For more information contact Pastor Kelly at 270-234-6607

    Women’s Ministry Meeting

  • Rosleen Price is home and improving. She came home last Monday. Carlos Cox was admitted to Hardin Memorial last week and released. He was at church at First Baptist on Sunday.

  • You can have more degrees than a thermometer and still be blind and ignorant.


    Can’t believe it is already May and time for the Kentucky Derby again. I haven’t even picked out a horse yet, but it usually doesn’t matter because the one I do pick is usually still running a week after Derby. That’s way my luck goes. I sure hope the weather will be sunny and pretty for it.

  • Old Mount Sherman Cemetery accepting donations

    Old Mount Sherman Cemetery is accepting donations for upkeep. Mail checks to Dale Warren, 3624 Sand Ridge Road, Magnolia, KY 42757 or call 270-528-4142.

    National Day of Prayer

  • Recently, I listened to a sermon that focused on how to deal with mean people. In it, the one preaching made a passing statement that “What Would Jesus Do?” has been a culturally successful slogan with very little biblical backing. The reality is that you and I cannot do what Jesus does, but rather can only do what Jesus would desire for us to do. Let’s look at the story of Jesus and Peter walking on the water and see what the proper question is.

  • Sometimes you begin with one thing and wind up with so much more.  Last week I shared about the Good Samaritan and how it illustrated three ways of life.  In my study of Luke 10, Warren Weirsbe in his Bible Commentary opened my eyes to far more in the chapter.  Let me urge you to stop reading this and read chapter 10 of Luke now.

  • Revival over? Look again! Three evenings of inspired preaching by Brothers Sid Lewis, Mike Williams and Billy Curle brought healing, comfort and joy to more than 200 people who attended our seventh revival at Sunrise Manor on April 20-22.

    Fifty residents attended at least one service, 18 of which attended two services and 16 attended all three.