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Religion

  • Walking In Step With The Spirit

    In high school, I participated in marching band. One of the key components to marching rests in the necessity for each member to stay in step with one another. When an individual finds themselves out of step with the band, the entire show suffers. In a similar way, God calls believers to walk in step with the Spirit. When one becomes out of step, his or her life falls outside of the desires of the Lord for one’s life and as a result struggling ensues.

  • Church Calendar

    Church Homecoming

    Pike View Baptist Church 2018 Homecoming will be held at 10 a.m. central time, Sunday May 27. One service will be held on Sunday featuring Pastor Seth Buckner from Heritage Baptist Church in Jefferson, Texas. Dinner will be served following the service. Everyone is invited.

    Youth Rally

  • Rise Up and Walk

    “‘Rise, take up your bed and walk.’  For 38 years the man had suffered and was unable to walk.  At the command of Jesus he rose and walked, his health was restored and his life transformed” (John 5:1-9).

    The man was helpless and so, someone had to bring him to the pool in the morning and return for him at night.  This man is a picture of the lost sinner; he cannot do anything to help himself.

  • Men - Read This!

    Men, we can change this community. We can lead better. We have failed and messed up. But our God is patient and loving. He desires to heal us and use us in powerful ways.

    Be Humble. We have been arrogant. God warns us of pride even as we talk about sin. He reminds us to remain humble when we think about the fallenness around us, remembering that “such were some of you” (1 Cor 6:11). We should humbly consider our own sinful failures as men, husbands, fathers, employees, and employers. Out of this humility may we seek the face of our great God.

  • church Calendar

    Family Night

       Wesley Meadows United Methodist Church is having a family night in the fellowship hall at 6 p.m. on Saturday, May 19. There will be a light meal, snacks, and a movie “War Room” will be shown. The community is invited. The church is located at 4341 Campbellsville Road in Hodgenville. For more information call 270-765-9865 or 270-358-3300.

    Donations Accepted

  • God Bless Mothers

    “Mahalia, the wife of R. Adkins, she was the sunshine of our home.”  These words are on a tombstone in an old country cemetery.  I believe every wife and mother would like to be remembered in this way.

    To be the sunshine of your home does not mean the world has to always revolve around you or that you must always  be on top of the world and smiling.  But the mother needs to provide warmth and light that each home needs.

  • Set Your Sights on Jesus

    As a child, I recall teachers and other influential individuals challenging me to set my sights on a goal in the future and strive for that goal. They spoke of the importance of setting the sights to remain focused and centered while progressing toward a goal. Such a mentality guards against the threat of distraction or derailment on the journey.

  • Church Calendar

    Family Night

       Wesley Meadows United Methodist Church is having a family night in the fellowship hall at 6 p.m. on Saturday, May 19. There will be a light meal, snacks, and a movie “War Room” will be shown. the community is invited. The church is located at 4341 Campbellsville Road in Hodgenville. For more information call 270-765-9865 or 270-358-3300.

    Donations Accepted

  • The Light Within

         It has been a joy to watch our Chinese grand-daughter grow in her relationship to the Lord.  So we were thrilled recently to read a statement she made in one of her school papers, I want to be remembered as a shining light of Jesus.  Jesus said in John 8:12, I am the light of the world; he who follows me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life.  This is one of the seven self-descriptions of Jesus introduced by I am.  Our light as followers of Christ is a reflected light.

  • Cooperative not Competitive

    Church bragging. Pastor comparison. Attendance boasting. Building attention. Offering emphasis. Program lauding. Denominational arrogance. Personal Pride.

    Have you seen it? Done it? Unfortunately I’ve seen it too often. I have fallen into the Christian comparison trap more than I realize. We need to change.

    1 Corinthians 1:10 (ESV) “I appeal to you, brothers, by the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that all of you agree, and that there be no divisions among you, but that you be united in the same mind and the same judgment.”