• What Do You Think of Christ?

    Many questions confront man today such as where to live?  What career?  Who to marry?  But there is a universal question facing every individual which Jesus raised Himself as He spoke to a group of Pharisees in Matthew 22:42 -- “What think ye of Christ?”  

    All the questions we may face pales in the face of this great question.  I would hasten to say of Christ that He is God’s Son, He loves you, He died for you and He wants the best for you.

  • The ABC’s of Getting Out of Our Way

    Many times life feels like a journey that travels in reverse instead of forward. We seemingly make a step forward in the right direction only to find us falter and stumble two steps in reverse. Often these struggles result from our conflicts and stumbling blocks that we place in our path. It is like we cannot move forward in life because we cannot get out of our way.

  • Peace In A Noisy World

    Emotional stress is at a high level today. Many doctors agree that stress in one way or another is at the root of most of the diseases that plague us today. Stress is all around us. The only cure is given in Colossians 3:15 when Paul says, “Let the peace that comes from Christ rule in your hearts.”

  • Church Calendar

    Operation Christmas Child

    Bardstown United Methodist Church and Operation Christmas Child invite everyone to come and hear an amazing story about God’s  transformational love at Bardstown United Methodist Church, 116 East Flaget Street in Bardstown on Saturday, September 22 at 7 p.m.  Dania Yadago, has a powerful testimony of how God used an Operation Christmas Child shoebox gift to greatly impact her life.  

    Family Fun Fest Community event

  • “O Lord, Do It Again”

    “And they were amazed .... what meaneth this” (Acts 2:12).  Pentecost -- what a day for the 120 who had been waiting and praying in the upper room after the crucifixion and resurrection.  Suddenly there was a rushing mighty wind, cloven tongues sat on them as they began to speak in different languages. People heard them speak in their own language and bystanders were perplexed.  Things were different after this experience of Pentecost.

  • Just Be Kind!

    Why the sign phenomena? Have you noticed the signs all over Hardin county and spreading into LaRue county? Have you wondered why they are so popular? I think the answer is simple but significant: Our world is dark and mean.

  • Church Calendar

    Round Top Baptist Fish Fry and Cake Auction

    The Round Top Baptist Church annual Fish Fry and Cake Auction will be this Sunday, September 16th starting at 4:30 p.m. The event will include free food, games for the kids and the Hodgenville Brotherhood will be providing special music. All proceeds go to the church’s youth ministry. 

    Seven Churches revival

  • Live Each Day Wisely

    I suppose we have all heard someone say, “we are just one heart beat from eternity,” This is a reality, but we tend to put that in the back of our mind and go on with living. 

    In light of an uncertain future, have you ever stopped to think how you would respond if your doctor told you they thought you only had a short time to live?  How would you react?

  • “As Much As These”

    In John 21:15, John pens these words of Jesus, “Simon, son of John, do you love me more than these?” This pointed and intriguing question is one that causes reflection, introspection, and concern. It is ambiguous and pointed. It is subtle and obvious at the same time. “Simon, son of John, do you love me more than these?”

  • Union Christian Church Fall Gathering Series

     Union Christian Church will be holding a series of "Fall Gathering" services September 9th-12th. The services will begin on Sunday morning, September 9th at 11:00 AM and will continue each evening, Sunday through Wednesday, at 7:00 PM. Our messages will be brought by our Elders: Jerry Lawler, Marcus LaFollette, JR Donahue, John Skaggs, and Dee Hutchins. Special music is also planned. Union Christian Church is located at 970 Union Church Road, Hodgenville, KY 42748.  For further information, please call (270) 358-7072.