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Church News

  • Glensboro Baptist Church plans dinner

    Glensboro Baptist Church will host a Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday, Nov. 24, from 12-2 p.m. Everyone is invited.
    If anyone needs a meal or meals to be delivered, call the church at 839-8290. Meals will be delivered starting around 10 a.m. Please call before Thanksgiving Day.
    Glensboro Baptist Church is located at 2910 Glensboro Road.
     

  • Do you worship God, TV or churches?

    Much of the Old Testament reveals how many times the children of Israel strayed away from God by worshiping idols.
    Idolatry is basically the idea of placing faith in things created by man rather than things created by God.
    You hopefully remember the golden calf, baals, etc.  Are we much different?  It’s easy to place faith in our own accomplishments, our fine homes, jobs, cars — perhaps even our giant church buildings.

  • Church briefs: 11-16-11

    Fellowship Baptist Church
    welcomes new pastor
    Fellowship Baptist Church, located on Hammonds Creek Road, will welcome its new pastor, Bro. Timothy Johnson Sr., and his wife Sharon, according to a news release.
    Johnson has more than 30 years of experience and has pastured churches ranging from a one-room rural church to a mid-sized city church.
    Fellowship Baptist Church invites the community to come and worship.

    Sand Spring Baptist
    hosts concert Nov. 17

  • Worriers aren’t putting their faith in God

    I worry about everything.
    I worry about bills, friendships, mistakes, today, tomorrow — you name it, I worry a lot.
    In these uncertain times and with the state of the world, who doesn’t worry? Well, I often have to check myself and remember what the word of God tells us about worry.
    In Psalm 37:8, “do not fret — it leads only to evil.”
    The synoptic books Matthew and Luke both have specific similar commands to the disciples from Christ.

  • Church briefs: 11-9-11

    Salt River Independent Baptist
    to host concert
    Salt River Independent Baptist Church will host The Kentucky Mountain Trio in concert on Nov. 11 at 7 p.m. Salt River Independent Baptist is located at 1126 Salt River Road.

    Lawrenceburg Church of God
    hosts revival
    Lawrenceburg Church of God invites the community to its spiritual revival Nov. 13-16, Sunday at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m., and Monday-Wednesday at 7 p.m.
    Evangelist Farrell Kyser will be the guest speaker.

    New Hope Baptist Church

  • God will forgive even a sinner like me

    I am a sinner.
    I often worry that my own sin is too great for me, and that God surely cannot forgive all of my wrongdoings.
    Thankfully, I know that he can and will forgive you and me if we humble ourselves before him.
    I enjoy reading the Old Testament books of Kings and Chronicles because I often can see glimpses of who God is.
    These four books tell much of the rise and fall of kings of Israel and Judah. One such king was Manasseh, who learned a great lesson regarding God’s great power and his willingness to forgive.

  • Church briefs: 11-2-11

    Fox Creek Christian Church
    celebrates 170 years
    Fox Creek Christian Church will host its 170th anniversary with a family and friends celebration Nov. 6 at 9:45 a.m.
    The community is invited to join in the fellowship in the Christian Life Center, with special music presented by various local performers including the local gospel group Daughters Of The King. Worship services will begin at 11 a.m. with complete youth services being held in the church auditorium. Services will be followed by a potluck dinner at noon. Everyone is invited.

  • For eternal life, seek God’s, not man’s word

    You wouldn’t sign a contract or buy any significant product without doing due diligence to make sure the transaction was valid and the reward equaled the investment, would you?
    Yet we place so little significance on “making our calling and election sure,” risking our eternal security.
    Many sincere individuals base their salvation on some emotional decision, or feeling, perhaps made as a child.

  • Church briefs: 10-26-11

    Farmdale Baptist Church plans festival

  • Why isn’t the Bible good enough?

    Let’s have a conversation.
    I cannot understand why, for some people, the Bible simply isn’t good enough. After all, God was clear in his warnings about changing or adding to it, and the penalties for doing so are fairly stiff.  
    If you’re not aware of God’s warnings or penalties, please read on.  
    Now, I have attended church my entire life under the Christian faith.  
    My religious beliefs are based solely on the Bible written over a span of roughly 1,500 years, concluding in the first century.