Today's Features

  • Joy is not automatic. It is a choice we make. We must be intentional about listening, believing, receiving, seeking, and then remaining in joy. By nature we default to despair, discouragement, distrust, and depression. How did your Christmas go? How did your 2017 go? Did you find joy? If not, do you want to? If so, do you want more joy in 2018? Here are a few tips from God on finding joy in our short-lived lives!

    “Fear not, for behold, I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people.” Luke 2:10

  • There are so many questions about the wise men who journeyed to see the newborn King --- who were they?  From where did they come?  How did they know to follow the star?  How many were there? 

    They seem to come out of nowhere, worship the newborn King and disappear back into nowhere.  Legend tells us things about their origin, their number and their person.

  • The fifth Sunday morning, Lane Lincoln will fellowship with First Baptist. The Hodgenville Brotherhood will provide songs of Zion and the morning sermon will be given by Reverend Terry Robertson.

    Happy anniversary to Dale/Reka Embree who will be celebrating their 8th anniversary on December 25 and John/Cathy Ford who will be celebrating their 31st anniversary on December 30.

    To each and everyone have a prosperous Happy New Year and be safe on the highways while going out.

  • MERRY CHRISTMAS. I know everyone wants a white Christmas; a few snowflakes will be ok, but that’s it.

    Thought for the week: To be HAPPY you must let go of what’s gone; Be grateful for what remains; Look forward to what’s to come next.


    New Years Eve Dinner/Dance

    There will be a New Years Eve Dinner/Dance on Sunday, December 31 at Vaughn Reno Starks Facility on Bishop Lane in Elizabethtown. The potluck dinner will start at 7:30 p.m. followed by the dance from 8:30 p.m. to Midnight. Admission is $10.00 Per person; no Alcohol please. For more information call Jim Walters at 270-737-5655 or 270-766-4437.


    Monthly Knitting Class


    Parkway Peeps

    The Parkway Peeps team are selling Rada Cutlery and baseball-type tee shirts; shirts come in navy/gray or gray/heather with the slogan “Let your faith be bigger than your fear”. Shirts cost $20 and come in youth small to 3X. For questions, contact Rita Thompson at 270-505-0380.

  • 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

  • At Bethlehem God became flesh and dwelt among us. The Lord of heaven came down to earth. This amazing Christ who came to Bethlehem wants to come and live in our hearts. He will spiritually come in, live and fellowship with us if we will invite Him.

  • As we approach the end of 2017 and launch into 2018, many of us will be making resolutions for the new year. These resolutions will range from losing weight to spending less time with technology and more time with actual people. But one resolution that must ever be present in the life of a believer is to live out a life that is centered on the leading and presence of Christ. The Apostle Paul declares to a young Timothy three important characteristics of a believer in 2 Timothy 2:4-6 in the usage of three illustrations.

  • The Bible says, “there were some shepherds” (Luke 2:8) --- simple, ordinary shepherds. It was to these ordinary and lowly men that the angel announced the birth of Jesus Christ.