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Today's Features

  • The Seventh Annual LaRue County Relay for Life Survivor Dinner was held Tuesday, April 10 at First Baptist Church in Hodgenville.

    Approximately 100 survivors and guests were present at the dinner.  Survivor Kathy Baumgardner was the longest known survivor with 34 years cancer free and Linda Young was recognized as being one month cancer free.

  • Pea Salad

    1 package (10 Oz. ) Frozen Green Peas, thawed

    1/2 cup cheddar cheese (cubed)

    1/2 cup celery chopped

    1/2 cup sour cream

    Combine all ingredients together. Salt and pepper to taste. Refrigerate for several hours before serving.

  •  Thought for the week: Some days are better, some days are worse. Look for the blessings instead of the curse. Be positive, stay strong and get enough rest. You can’t do it all, but you can do your best.

    Facebook is a great tool to keep up with family and friends, or I thought it was until you get attacked online by a family member. It is so sad to say the least. I am not allowed to be her aunt anymore, really? Life goes on without the drama.

  • Men’s Fellowship Breakfast

    Steadfast Baptist Church, 170 Strange Road in Hodgenville, invites men of all ages in our community to attend a free breakfast with a full country breakfast, time of fellowship, devotion, and prayer at 9 a.m. Saturday, April 28. Register to win a free copy of John Bunyan’s classic “The Pilgrim’s Progress.” Call 270-358-6218 or 270-765-9726 for information.

    South Fork Baptist Church

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    How should we handle a victory? How should we act when we lose? Regrettably all of us have failed in our responses and reactions in competitive games, events, or votes. Our words and behaviors on such occasions may have even caused lasting damage to important relationships. Here are a few biblical tips to prepare us for our next loss, or future victory.

  • One of my favorite scripture verses is Isaiah 40:31, “Yet those who wait for the Lord will gain new strength; they will mount up with wings like eagles; they will run and not get tired; they will walk and not become weary.” Other prophets used condemnation, but Isaiah tried a healing hand. The comfort was based on the fact that Israel’s sins had been confessed and forgiven.

  • Several years ago, parent groups across the nation began to become involved in programs designed to keep their children safe on the night of graduation. After years of traditional graduation night parties and statistics that showed that spikes in teenage drinking and accidents occurred on that night in communities all across the country, parent groups began looking for alternatives so that their children could enjoy a safe, drug and alcohol-free graduation celebration.