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Men’s Life Recovery Bible Study begins March 15
Life Recovery, a biblically focused Addiction Recovery Bible study group, will be offered starting March 15 at the Open Hands Food Pantry every Thursday at 6 p.m.
According to leaders of the study, “It’s designed to cover all forms of addiction from food, drugs, gambling, alcohol, pornography, sex, shopping and workaholics.
“If you’re seeking a quality, confidential group to become a part of, you’re welcome to attend. Life Recovery examines the 12 Steps to consider in a spiritually challenging way that helps set you free from bondage to your addictions.”
The group is open to men ages 18 and older. The Life Recovery book for the class is $9.99, but if there is a financial need, event organizers said books can be provided for free by request.
For more information or questions call Gary McCracken, facilitator, at 502-680-5066. To refer someone younger than 18, please call for additional information and approval for participation will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Alton Christian Church offers concert
Alton Christian Church will offer “Alabama Rolled,” performed by Bro. William Lee Thompson, on March 18 at 6:30 p.m.
Alton Christian Church is located at 1686 Old Frankfort Road in Lawrenceburg.
Fairview Christian seeks donations for foot markers
The Veterans Memorial Fund, based out of Fairview Christian Church, seeks donations for veteran foot markers for the following deceased veterans: Pvt. Dudley Corn, Pvt. Thomas Burgan, Pvt. Thomas A. Cole, 1st Sgt. Larken Dennis, Corp. George P. Egerton, Pvt. Francis Gillis, Pvt. Randall Hill, Pvt. John G. Howell, Pvt. Alfred Snider, Corp. James A. Snider, Pvt. Peter Waldridge Jr., and Cpt. John J. Barnett.
If interested in a making a monetary donation, send to 1730 Fairview Road, c/o Veterans Memorial Fund, Lawrenceburg, KY, 40342, or contact the Rev. Grant Mathes at 502-859-0359 or Wayne Darnell at 502-839-7030.
Farmdale Baptist Church hosts revival
Farmdale Baptist Church, located at 5610 US 127, will host a revival with David Miller on March 18-21 at 6:30 p.m.
According to event organizers, “David Miller is a well-respected evangelist who preaches in meetings across the United States. As a quadriplegic, David has faced tremendous physical challenges in his life, but the focus of his ministry is upon the preaching of the Word of God line upon line.”
In addition to the preaching, there will be special music nightly starting off with the Josh Martin Band on March 18. Everyone is invited.
Mission group seeks
help with Indian
Northern Lights Missions, a Spencer County mission group directed by North American Mission Board missionary David Hahn, is currently working on a building project to benefit the Oglala Lakota Sioux Native Americans who reside on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota.
To donate, help or for any further information, call 502-477-2330 or 502-492-1128.