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Religion

  • COLUMN: Are you on the mountain or in the valley?

    Have you ever heard the phrase of being on top of the mountain or the phrase of being down in the valley? Those phrases are ways of describing how we feel at any particular moment. I would like spend a few moments looking at mountain top and valley experiences.

  • COLUMN: Jesus' followers called to be 'salt and light'

    The Spencer County Lady Bears snapped a seven game losing streak with a 71-51 victory over visiting Owen County last Monday night in Taylorsville.
    The Lady Bears played their most complete game of the season according to Coach David Marion, an assessment he said was backed up by stats. They shot a season-high 50 percent from the field and connected on six three-pointers. They hit 13-17 from the free throw line and Marion said he was most pleased with his squad committing only seven turnovers.

  • COLUMN: Living faithfully through uncertainty
  • COLUMN: Is your life in pieces? Turn to God for glue

    I must admit, in my life I have broken a dish or two, we probably all have.  But have you ever broken one of those supposedly “unbreakable” dishes? I won’t name names, because in fact these dishes do seem incredibly durable.  But they don’t just break, they almost blow up!

  • Church happenings: Week of Feb. 5

    Risen Lord hosting Valentine’s dinner
    Risen Lord Lutheran church is hosting a free Valentine’s dinner Feb. 15 at 6:30 pm.
    The event is for couples and single people.
    There will be door prizes and entertainment after the meal.
    Reservations must be made by Feb. 13. Space is limited and on a first come basis by reservation. Call Julie at 502-477-6557 to make a reservation.
    There is no child care available for this event.

  • Church happenings — Week of Jan. 29

    Valentine’s Banquet at Ridgeview Baptist Church
    Ridgeview Baptist Church is hosting its second-annual Valentine’s Banquet Feb. 15 at 5 p.m. Children are invited!
    Ticket prices are $10 for adult couples, $7 for a single ticket 14 years or older, $5 for children 7-13 and children 6 and under are free.
    For ticket information contact Nicki at 502-631-2810.

    Celebrate Recovery

  • COLUMN: Jesus is the lamb of God

    A reading from St. John 1:29:  The next day (John) saw Jesus coming toward him, and said. “Behold the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world.”
    The world we live in today is a world of extremes. For example, we can go from witnessing the innocence of childhood  to seeing the most wretched acts of violence…all in one day.

  • COLUMN: Hang on

    With all the cold and snow and ice out there I think we’ve all been reminded to hang on tight. I stepped on to a patch of ice as I got out of the car today and I was glad I was hanging on to the door. When it is raining or icy out it can be good to have something to grab on to.
    A while back I stepped on to some wet grass in a parking lot and did the splits right there. Thankfully I wasn’t hurt, I just glanced around to be sure no one had seen me and got right up. But it sure would have been nice to have someone to hang on to when my feet went out from under me.

  • Church happenings — Week of Jan. 15

    Risen Lord Lutheran chili cook-off
    There will be a chili cook-off competition and chili dinner at Risen Lord Lutheran Church Saturday at 6 p.m. Bring your favorite chili and compete for first, second and third place trophies or just bring it for fun (no cost to enter). It is $5 per person for all you can eat chili (kids 12 and under eat free). The church is located at 5138 Taylorsville Road across from the Elk Creek Grocery/gas station.
    Call Julie with any questions at 502-477-6557.

  • COLUMN: Joseph: Faithful servant of God

    A reading from Matthew 2:13-23: