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Today's Features

  • Sugarless Apple Pie

    6 oz can frozen sugar free apple juice

    3/4 tsp cinnamon

    4 cups apple slices

    1 tbsp cornstarch

    2 tbsp water

    1 1/2 tbsp butter or margarine

    Heat apple juice and cinnamon. Add apples and cook until partly tender. Remove apples. Mix cornstarch and water until smooth, add to juice mixture, cook, stirring until thick. Add apples and combine, cool slightly. Full unbaked pie shell, dot with butter, roll out pastry for top. Bake at 375 degree for 45-60 minutes or until nicely browned. 

  • Thought for the week: You must tell yourself no matter how hard it is or how hard it gets, I’m going to make it.

    I will miss Vanessa Hurst’s interesting and funny stories with Lost in LaRue.

    Last Friday, my cousin Rosetta and I spent the day in Richwood working a yard sale with my brother Dale. We had a great day, in spite of the high winds.

    Helmwood Healthcare’s 10th Annual Senior Q was a big success, It was well attended and a great big shout out to Elvis and Meatloaf on an outstanding concert.

  • Carolyn Curle McKay, formerly of Hodgenville, passed away last weekend in South Carolina. Her visitation and Homegoing service was last Saturday afternoon at First Baptist Hodgenville with Reverend Kenny Carter, Sr. and Reverend Jerry Wilkinson officiating. Burial was in the Hubbard Cemetery.

    Last Saturday was the annual Barbour/Jordon/Thompson Family Reunion at the Prichard Community Center in Elizabethtown.

  • Annual Trail Ride for Christ

  • 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.