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Church News

  • Church Briefs, 4-27-11

    Revival scheduled at Mt. Pleasant
    Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church revival starts tonight (Wednesday) with Bro. Robert Simmons, former pastor, as evangelist.
    It will continue through Friday night.
    There will be special singing each night at 6:45. The Calvary Trio will perform Wednesday night; Happy Valley on Thursday night; and Daughters of the King on Friday night.
    For more information call the church at 839-9904 or Ernie Drury at 604-0693.
    Bro. Bobby Chesser is the pastor at Mt. Pleasant and invites everyone to the services.

  • The Bible is a story about a special people

    From the Garden of Eden where the first two human beings lived in constant communion with God, to the Tabernacle in the wilderness where God dwelt in the midst of the children of Israel in veiled fashion because of the problem of sin, to the incarnation of Christ, all the way to the new Heaven and Earth where God will once again dwell unveiled in the midst of his people, God has always desired to live among his people.

  • Column: The Bible is a story about a promise

    It was in the third chapter of the Bible, Genesis 3, that God first makes this spectacular promise. But before we can understand this promise, we must first understand the problem of sin.

  • Farmdale Baptist offers free clothing

    Free clothing will be available for men, women and children April 9 from 9 to 11 a.m. at Farmdale Baptist Church, the church announced.
    The clothing was donated through the church’s Clothes Closet Ministry.
    The church at 5610 US 127 South.

  • Central Baptist kicks off annual shoe drive

    Central Baptist Church is conducting its annual shoe collection, and is looking for donors, the church announced.
    All types of shoes will be collected, including dress shoes, work boots, tennis shoes and play shoes and flip-flops.
    Shoes can be picked up for free by calling 502-829-5013 or 502-319-0903, or dropped off at the church, located on US 127 North across from the large cell tower.
    Those interested in collecting shoes can request a collection box at no cost.

  • Westside Community Church to celebrate homecoming

    Westside Community Church will celebrate homecoming April 3, the church announced.
    The event will include guest singers, Voices of Praise, along with a potluck meal after the morning service.
    The church will have a healing day of prayer and fasting each Monday from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at the church.
    Mail prayer requests to Westside Community Church at Box 713, Lawrenceburg, Ky., 40342.
    Recently ordained elders at Westside Community Church are Forresa Stratton, Pat Mattingly, Patricia Sutton, Donnie Hatchett and Sylvia Hatchett.

  • No doubt about it: The Bible is a story about God

    Parents know that children who are raised in church give the same answer when asked virtually any question about the Bible: God.
    Although this predictable answer is sometimes humorous, the answer is given for good reason. Children learn early on that God is the right answer to so many questions. Who made the world? God. Who made the trees? God. Who made the sun? God. Who made the stars? God. Who made you? God!

  • Sand Spring Baptist set to simulcast ‘Secret Church’

    Sand Spring Baptist Church will present a live simulcast of David Platt’s “Secret Church” on Good Friday, April 22, from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m.
    David Paltt says on his website, “When we think of church in America, we think of going to meet in a building, singing, praying and hearing a message from a pastor or teacher.

  • When it comes to a good story, the Bible has it all

    Everyone loves a good story.
    There is something about the words, “Once upon a time … ” that capture the attention and the imagination of both young and old.
    We never outgrow our love for a story. This is clearly evident by American’s seemingly insatiable appetite for books, television and movies.

  • Williams advances to national level in church competition

    Fourth-grader Ashleigh Williams brought home a first place trophy in the junior division of the Kentucky District Pentecostal Church of God talent competition late last month in Lexington.
    The 10-year-old sang “What Faith Can Do” as her selection for the female vocal solo. Her strong faith kept her from being nervous despite a large crowd, family members said.
    Excitement rose for the Emma B. Ward fourth grader as her name was called that she had won, they said.