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Religion

  • COLUMN: Message to church at Laodicea is for everyone: Open your heart to Jesus

    This is the fourth article on the churches in Revelation.

  • Church Happenings — Week of Oct. 31

    Plum Creek Baptist plans ‘Trunk or Treat’
    Plum Creek Baptist Church invites the community to attend “Trunk or Treat” today (Wednesday) at 5:30 p.m. The theme is “Heroes Unmasked,” and adults and children are asked to come in their best heroes costume.
    The event will feature games, children’s stories, hot dogs and chili. Prizes will be awarded for the best costume and the best decorated car trunk.
    The church is located at the Ky. 44 and Plum Creek Road in Waterford.

  • COLUMN: The church at Sardis

    This is the third article on the churches in Revelation.

  • COLUMN: God isn’t fooled by masks

    Masks are everywhere today. On Main Street tonight kids in costumes will be searching for candy and goodies. Maybe in your neighborhood you’ll see a few trick-or-treaters. You may have kids or grandkids that enjoy dressing up. You may even put on a plastic mask or a wig or a pair of goofy glasses just to have a little fun. It is just that time of year.

  • Church Happenings — Week of Oct. 24

    Risen Lord plans trunk or treat event
    Risen Lord Lutheran Church will host a free trunk or treat from 6 to 9 p.m Saturday.
    There will be free food, games and candy.
    Risen Lord Lutheran is located across from the Elk Creek Grocery.
    For more information, call Julie at 477-6557

    Cumbos plan sing at Gospel Barn
    Cumbo’s Old Gospel Barn, located at 11286 Louisville Road in Cox’s Creek, will host a gospel sing Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
    The special guests will be the Face to Face Trio and the Cumbos.

  • COLUMN: The church of Philadelphia

    Of all the churches Jesus told John to write about, Philadelphia is the church I chose for our church.

  • COLUMN: Take time to recognize life’s little miracles

    How did it happen that we have become so blind to the little miracles of everyday life? Big, amazing miracles still happen. Someone returns from deep under the shadow of death and we rejoice. An unexpected financial windfall saves a family home. You look up after a frightening moment on the highway and realize that the crash never came.

  • CHURCH HAPPENINGS, week of Oct. 10

    Open Door Christian to start Sunday night study
    Open Door Christian Center, located at 2345 Taylorsville Road in Bloomfield, is hosting a class on Sunday nights, entitled, “The God I Never Knew.”
    The class is from 6 to 7:30 p.m. and runs through Sunday, Nov. 4.
    The class includes special teaching by Robert Morris and is facilitated by Pastor Mavis Bennett.
    The subject matter is “how real friendship with the holy spirit can change your life,” organizers said.
    For more information, contact the church at 502-252-9154.

  • Leaves need water and food, but people need God's word

    It’s that time of year again when the leaves are changing. As the weather grows colder the leaves put on their fall colors. We get to enjoy crisp cool days and beautiful orange, red, and gold hillsides.
    This year the colors are not quite as brilliant; many trees are shedding their leaves with hardly a bright color to show. The drought this summer has left its mark in the fall foliage. Without the rain the trees could not pull needed nutrients out of the ground. They are not as healthy, so they are not showing off as much this year.

  • Don't be sucked in by counterfeit identities

    By PATRICK NIX, Pastor, Lighthouse Baptist Church