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Church News

  • Why are there so many religions?

    You drive around Lawrenceburg and see Methodist, Baptist, Presbyterian and Catholic churches.
    There are, of course, many other religions world wide.
    When people ask why there are so many different religions, I have a fairly simple response. Like my preacher would say, there are really only two types of religion — religion of do or done — the difference being one is based on human accomplishment and one is based on divine achievement.

  • Methodist church gets a kick out of God 1st soccer league
  • Church briefs: 10-10-12

    Fellowship Baptist
    to host revival, homecoming

  • Learn from Peter; share God’s word

    How many times do we deny Christ in the way we live our lives? It’s really scary to me how often I fail to acknowledge and live a life centered upon Christ.
    What does the Bible tell us about those that deny Christ, and then repent? An important example is Simon Peter.
    We all remember how Peter denied Jesus publicly three times on the eve of Jesus’ crucifixion.
    However, after Peter denied Jesus he wept bitterly, sorrowfully repenting.

  • Church briefs: 10-3-12

    Pleasant Hill Christian hosts fish fry
    Pleasant Hill Christian church will host its annual fish fry on Oct. 7 at 5:30 p.m. at the Pleasant Hill Christian Church Activities building.
    The dinner will be $5 a plate. There will be a concert to follow by the Lindseys of Greensburg at the church building. Pleasant Hill Christian is located at 3316 Mount Eden Road. For more information, contact Jerry Shely at 839-7108.

    Van Buren Baptist to hold
    homecoming and reunion services

  • Can you find Christians in Lawrenceburg?

    Are you a Christian? It’s a very simple yes or no question.
    Most people typically will say they are a “Christian” here in Anderson County.
    Now, I ask you if you are currently making new Christians or disciples of Christ? Are you? If not, are you really a Christian? Can you count how many people you have personally shared the story of Jesus with? Is the answer a couple, a hundred, perhaps none?

  • Church briefs: 9-26-12

    Alton Baptist adds
    children’s minister
    Alton Baptist Church has recently called Ginger Barton to serve as the church’s minster to children.
    Barton is a graduate of Campbellsville University with a degree in Christian educational ministries and office management.  

    Trinity Church of God
    hosts concert
    The New Dawn Singers will perform at 6 p.m. Sept. 30 at Lawrenceburg Trinity Church of God.
    The church is located at 106 Hilltop Drive, Lawrenceburg.

  • The truth about loyalty to Christ

    Anybody remember the second point of the Scout law? Any den mothers, patrol moms, former Boy Scouts or Cub Scouts out there?
    “A scout is trustworthy, _____, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean and reverent. The missing word above and the second point of the Scout law — loyal.

  • Learning God’s lessons while serving in Ecuador

    Greetings, my friends.
    I am writing you from Cuenca, Ecuador. What a blessing it is to be able to come and serve God on foreign soil.
    I am actually working on a church facility near Tambo, high in the Andes Mountains.
    Words cannot express the beauty and tranquility of this place. The people are reminiscient of their Incan relatives of the past. The women wear very bright colored dresses and the men typically wear fancy hats.
    Nearly everyone grows their own food in the form of cattle, sheep, goats and chickens.

  • Church briefs: 9-19-12

    Shiloh Christian hosts
    annual Homecoming Sept. 23
    Shiloh Christian Church will host its annual homecoming services Sept. 23.
    The Hilltop Trio will be in concert at 10 a.m., followed by regular worship services at 11 and a potluck luncheon immediately following services.
    “Those who have not visited in some time should make plans to attend, as the church has been blessed to be able to make lots of improvements to the building and grounds, including paving our parking area,” event organizers said.