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Religion

  • The Game of Life

    The Apostle Paul uses images from the athletic field to convey spiritual truth.  You envision a foot race when it states in Hebrews 12:1 “let us run with patience the race that is set before us,” and you see two wrestlers when it mentions that Christians wrestle “against flesh and blood.”  It has been jokingly said baseball was mentioned in Genesis 1:1 “in the big inning,” and when it says, Rebekah went to the well with a “pitcher.”

  • Standing tall in the midst of the shipwreck

    Shipwrecks occur in life. Often the shipwreck happens when we set sail on our own path and refuse to listen to the leading of the Lord in our life. Often, in the midst of the shipwreck we become disheartened, frustrated, and feel defeated. But the Bible encourages us to engage the shipwreck in life much like the Apostle Paul dealt with the shipwreck in Acts 27.

  • Church Calendar

    Clothing Closet

    South Fork Baptist Church has a clothing closet that is open to the public from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays. Call 270-325-3626 for more information.

    River of Life Revival

    The River of Life Church in Hodgenville will have a revival service with missionary evangelists Don and Doris Carver at 10:30 a.m. and worship will begin at 11 a.m. on August 19.

  • God’s Amazing Love

    Allow me to begin where I ended in my last devotion with John 3:16.  If all the Bible were destroyed and only John 3:16 remained there would be enough there to save the world.  But if the world refuses to believe there is enough in that verse to condemn the world.

    John 3:16 is all that a man needs to know. Salvation is so simple that children believe and become a child of God.  But the verse is so profound that philosophers have been confounded by its magnitude.  It is limitless, and cannot be exhausted.

  • Pray for our schools

     

    On Sunday, August 5, I had the privilege of watching people of all ages from many of our community churches come and pray together in our county schools. Didn’t get to join us? Checkout “LaRue County Churches” on Facebook to see what happened.

    This week as school goes back, let’s pray for our school system to be a bright light of God’s love in the midst of a dark world. Here are 10 tips on how to pray for our schools.

  • Church Calendar

    Steadfast Baptist Church

    Steadfast Baptist Church will have their third annual fish fry at 5 p.m. on Saturday, August 11 at their church in Hodgenville. The menu includes fish and a wide variety of sides and desserts. The guest speaker will be Muhlenberg County Sheriff Curtis McGhee. There will be door prizes to give away. The dinner starts at 5 p.m. with the worship service starting around 6:30 p.m.

    Community gospel singing

  • An Unpopular Subject

    Sin has ruined lives since the beginning of time.  We see the results of sin in the Bible and ancient history to the present day.  The devil doesn’t want us to talk about it.  He wants to deceive, lie about, ruin and damn souls.  The result of his work is seen daily.

  • Distracted By the Storms

    Recently, storms rolled through LaRue County. The damage and effects of the storm varied from place to place. Nonetheless, people felt the impact during the storm as the wind blew, the rain pounded, the lightning flashed, and the thunder rolled. Storms often grab our attention and cause us to seek safety and even may distract us from a task that we are about. In the same way, our spiritual walk with Christ often becomes distracted by storms in life.

  • Church calendar - August 1, 2018

    Big Bash at Oak Hill

    Oak Hill Baptist Church will be having a community wide Back to School Big Bash from 3 to 6 p.m. on Sunday, August 5. There will be a bounce house, water slide, face painting, popcorn, cotton candy, hamburgers, hotdogs, free Kona Ice to the first 150 attendees and free school supplies. For more information contact Pastor Jeff Jackson at 512-294-4525.

    Homecoming at Union Separate Baptist

  • Somebody cares

    King David was so much like us --- always falling down, getting up and reaching out to the God he loved and sought to serve.  Some days he was a saint and some days he was a sinner.  At times he was so close to God he could write Psalm 23.  At other times he was so forgetful of God that he could break at least 4 commandments.  We see him in great despair and then on the mountain.