Today's News

  • Central Kentucky Community Foundation offers endow Kentucky Tax Credit to donors

    Central Kentucky Community Foundation works with philanthropist across our region on gifts eligible for the Endow Kentucky tax credit program. CKCF serves a 9-county region, which includes Breckinridge, Grayson, Hardin, Hart, LaRue, Marion, Meade, Nelson and Washington counties.

  • 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

  • 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.

  • Mud Honey’s Ribbon Cutting

    By: Kaylan Anderson

    The corner off the town’s circle has undergone a recent renovation. What was once a consignment store is now a Boutique. Located at 201 North Lincoln Boulevard, in Hodgenville.

     The Mud Honey’s recently opened for business on May 1, 2018. The boutique is open Tuesday through Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The owner, Chelsee Henderson, started The Mud Honey’s as a online business before expanding to the retail location. Customers can still shop online at www.shopthemudhoneys.com.

  • 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.

  • Community News

    Happy belated Mothers’ Day to all mothers. Congratulations to the Classes of 2018 at colleges and high schools. Congratulations to Sue Williamson for her first book that she published.

    Lane Lincoln- Women’s Bible Study was Monday evening. There will be a Bible study this Wednesday from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.

    Thought for Today: When you talk, you are only repeating what you already know. But if you listen, you may learn something new.

  • Hodgenville News

    Thought for the week: God doesn’t require us to succeed, he only requires that you try. 

    I have been having a great birthday month so far. It started on May 2 as I spent the day at Churchill Downs with family and friends. On May 10, I had lunch at O’Charley’s with a friend, then throw in Mother’s Day, before my birthday, as we went to Hodgenville Grill for our annual lunch. Then I went to Cheddar’s for supper with my son Joe, Tempest and Ms. Leah. Then I ended the day by watching my all time favorite movie, Sweet Home Alabama.

  • Growing in a Small Town
  • Feeding America 10,000 pound donation

    Tyson Foods conducted a national promotion with Walmart retail stores, with the winning regions able to choose a local foodbank of their choice to receive donation of 10,000 lbs. of Tyson poultry and other protein. Walmart Region 41, comprised of Kentucky and Tennessee stores, chose Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland as their donation recipient.

  • Reed Receives Champion’s Award

    The Family Foundation of Kentucky recently honored State Representative Brandon Reed with its Champion of Faith, Family and Freedom Award for his principled and steadfast leadership over the last biennium.

    “The direction of the Commonwealth has changed significantly in the last two years, in no small part because of the dedication and labor of Reed,” said Kent Ostrander, president of the organization.