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Today's Features

  • One thing is for sure, LaRue County won’t be missing a beat this month as a one of a kind concert has been planned in Hodgenville.

    A free concert entitled “Never Miss A Beat” will take place at the Hodgenville Civic Center on Friday, November 16 from 7 to 9 p.m. The concert will feature Dr. Krista Wallace-Boaz (pianist), Aaron Boaz (violinist) and Jason Kalish (American Tap Dancer).

  • Halloween is over! Even though it might not be quite time to hang up your Christmas decorations and decorate the Christmas tree, it’s definitely time to donate to Christmas Blessings.

    Christmas Blessings is the program formerly known as Santa’s Helpers/Santa Bus. Nathan Wheeler, in conjunction with multiple churches in the surrounding area, took over the Santa Bus program at the beginning of this year and renamed the program Christmas Blessings.

  • FBC Fall Festival

    FBC Hodgenville will be hosting a free Fall Festival on November 10 from 5 to 7 p.m. with food, inflatables, games, and more. For more information call 270-358-3193.

    Union Separate Baptist Revival

    Union Separate Baptist Church will be hosting a revival at 7 p.m. on November 9, 2018. Reverend Arnold Sprowles will be the evangelist. Pastor Troy Arnett and the church invite everyone to attend. If you have any questions call 270-932-4976.

    God’s House Revival

  • King David cried out to God in Psalm 31:15, “Deliver me from my enemies.”  His cry for deliverance was from physical enemies, but the spiritual life has enemies too.  This is our focus today.

    God wants us to grow in grace. If we fulfill His desire we will be better this year than the last one, but many are still “babes in Christ” living spiritually on the “milk of the Word.”  Enemies of the spiritual life are responsible for much of this stunted growth in the Christian life.

  • A few weeks ago kicked off the first competition for the LaRue County team and they set a very competitive tone for the season.

    The team recently traveled to the University of Kentucky, where they competed with teams from all over the country for the National Speech and Debate Association Season Opener. The tournament hosted over 100 schools from 27 states and LaRue County took four entries to the tournament and put three of those four in finals.

  • Thought for the week: Don’t ruin a good day by thinking about a bad yesterday. Let it go. 

    Don’t forget to set clocks back on November 4. 

    Angela celebrated her 41st birthday on Sunday, October 28. She received $119. She is now at Helmwood Healthcare, in room 224. She loves receiving mail, so feel free to do so. 

    Thinking of you wishes go out to Angela Smith, Larry Clopton, Debra Cripps, Luke Trumbo, Darrell Graham, Dale Wash, Kenneth Gibson, Billy Duncan, Mathias Noe, Mike Ray and Xander Metcalf.