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Religion

  • Church Happenings - Week of December 9

    64 to Grayson at Briar Ridge Christian Church

    The Briar Ridge Christian Church is hosting Zack Shelton and 64 to Grayson for a Christmas concert at the church on Wednesday, December 16 at 7 p.m. The church is located at 3951 Briar Ridge Road (KY 248) in Mt. Eden.

    Blood Drive at Spencer Christian Church

    Spencer Christian Church will be hosting a Red Cross Blood Drive on Wednesday, December 16, from 3:30 p.m. until 8 p.m. No appointments are necessary. Just walk in and give the gift of life.

  • Happy Holidays

    Well, I guess the holiday season has officially started.  Thanksgiving has come and gone.  Black Friday and Cyber Monday are in the past and now we are in the sprint to the finish.

    Between family gatherings, last minute shopping, the occasional Christmas or New Year’s party, it seems like a breathless time of year.  Santa may be making his list and checking it twice, but so are most of us.  The gift list, the grocery list, the Christmas card list, the invitation list…it all piles up at once.

  • Church Happenings - Week of December 2

    Sign-ups for Christmas Toy sale

    The Spencer County Ministerial Association’s Christmas Toy Sale signups will be Friday, Dec. 4, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Love My Neighbor Thrift Store in Taylorsville.

    Those wishing to sign up need to bring either a note from the Spencer County Schools showing that their child is on the free and reduced lunch program, or proof of insurance through the KCHIP program.

    Free ornament worship at Elk Creek Baptist Church

  • Thanksgiving chaos

    Are you ready for tomorrow? I hope you are looking forward to it, but be honest…is there a little concern there too? We all want that perfect family day, but then none of us have perfect families. So expecting a perfect family day may be setting our sights a little too high.

  • It’s good to be thankful

    An attitude of gratitude is a powerful thing. It is a powerful thing because it has the ability to change, strengthen and safeguard the hearts of people. During a week when we celebrate the holiday of Thanksgiving, we should also recognize the power of thanksgiving.

  • Church Happenings - Week of November 25

    Sign-ups for Christmas Toy sale

    The Spencer County Ministerial Association’s Christmas Toy Sale signups will be Monday, Nov. 30, and Friday, Dec. 4, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Love My Neighbor Thrift Store in Taylorsville.
    Those wishing to sign up need to bring either a note from the Spencer County Schools showing that their child is on the free and reduced lunch program, or proof of insurance through the KCHIP program.

    Tree of Life

  • Church Happenings - Week of November 18

    Second Baptist Holiday Arts & Crafts Show and Brunch

    Second Baptist Church will be holding a holiday art and crafts show and brunch on Sunday, November 22 at 1 p.m. in the fellowship hall of the church, located at 401 Jefferson Street in Taylorsville.

    There will be baskets, vases, hand-crafted ornaments, jewelry, motivational hand-painted canvases and more. Proceeds will benefit the children’s church. Please contact Mary at 477-2066 to let her know the number that might be attending. You can also email her at mowens10@yahoo.com.

  • Sorting the junk mail

    It’s junk mail season again. Junk mail exists all year, but the true avalanche comes during the holidays. Catalogs and sale flyers, post cards and letters, offers for new credit cards, and leaflets announcing, “THE GREATEST SALE EVER!”

    Every day the mailbox is filled with the often annoying, but sometimes intriguing, junk mail. So, while my forty-third offer of an oil change for 10 percent off isn’t that impressive, a new bazillion dollar Publishers Clearinghouse letter may catch my eye.

  • We must turn faith into action

    Someone once said, “You can’t plow a field by turning it over in your mind.” I completely agree with that statement. Ideas without action are simply amusements of the mind. I have engaged in long conversations, spirited debates and personal diatribes that resulted in nothing more than an exchange of words and for practical purposes, a waste of time.

  • A matter of grace

    At first, Tina Dwyer of North Carolina thought it was a scam. The letter said that her $615 debt to Everest College was forgiven. “You no longer owe the balance of this particular debt,” it read. “It is gone.” But it was not a scam. A non-profit debt buyer called “Rolling Jubilee” really had bought and then forgiven her debt. And she was not alone. The group claims that it has forgiven $18.5 million in debts.