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Today's Features

  • The Christian who expects life to be easy is in for a shock.  Jesus said in John 16:33, “In this world you will have trouble.”  When Paul and Barnabas visited Derbe to strengthen and encourage the Christians they said to them, “We must go thru many hardships to enter the Kingdom of God” (Acts 14:22).  Trials are to be expected.  James 1:2 says, “Whenever you face trials of many kinds.”  James gives some suggestions for victory over these trials.

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    Aging happens. How old are you? How old do you feel? How old do you want to be? We have a choice in regards to our increasing years, we can either embrace and accept the reality or we can resist and ignore the facts. The truth is that we can’t remain a perpetual 29 or 39, but that we are all in a process of aging. Here are 6 tips for growing old well!

  • Life’s greatest decisions always carry with them the ramifications of the paths we choose. The doors we take in life must be approached with discernment and thoughtfulness that flows from who Christ is in us. A good example of how the choices we make effect our future can be found in Genesis 13, 14, and 19 in the life of Abraham’s nephew, Lot.

    The Background of the Story

  • Problems --- if you don’t have any then this devotion may not be for you.  But I have an idea  that you along with the rest of us either have had a problem, you have one now or you will soon have one.  So our concern today is “Problems and what to do with them.”

    The Book of James is a very practical book --- just five chapters, but when you read it you realize James is speaking to problems that we face today.  He points out four things about problems.

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    David Raleigh

    When the school year began, I spoke to my teachers and staff about goals and resolutions. It was a new school year with lots of new people in leadership positions, including myself, and we wanted a north star to help navigate us through our journey together.

  • Community Calendar

    EVENTS

    GRAND OPENING

      The LaRue County Public Library will have their grand opening celebration at 4 p.m. on Thursday, January 24. The LaRue County Chamber of Commerce will hold a ribbon cutting at that time. The public is invited to help celebrate the new location at 215 Lincoln Drive, Hodgenville.

    HEALTH & SUPPORT

    Thrift Shoppe Training

  • Warm Blessings raised $12,570 at it’s fourth bi-annual Empty Bowls fundraiser. WAVE 3 News Anchor Dawne Gee, who was the guest speaker at the event, gave an emotional talk and in support of the work done by Warm Blessings donated $5,000 through her charity, A Recipe to End Hunger and Need, Inc. Her presentation emphasized not judging those living in poverty and demonstrated her compassion for those in need.

  • Immaturity ---  I’m sure James would say that “immaturity is the number one problem in the world today.”  He would tell us that God’s will for each of us is that we grow up, and in the words of the writer of Hebrews urge us to “go on to maturity” (Hebrews 6:1).