• We cannot afford to linger any longer

    Once again I was totally blessed at the Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration sponsored by The Concerned Parents. Rev. Bruce Shaw brought a thought-provoking and challenging message. Though I had this article written, his message inspired me so that I decided to change the title. Hence, I would like to add one more subject to the things we cannot afford to do. We cannot afford to linger any longer.

  • Religion Notes

    Mill Creek Baptist to have gospel sing

    Mill Creek Baptist Church will have a special night filled with Bluegrass Gospel Music presented by “Only By Grace,” 6 p.m. Jan. 20. There is no cost for this event. Everyone is welcome.

    Mount Moriah Baptist to have spaghetti dinner

    Mount Moriah Baptist Church will have a free spaghetti dinner 5 p.m. Feb. 16 at Boston Community Center. Live music will be provided. For more information, call (502) 833-1418.

    St. Monica to have Appreciation Sunday

  • Is this the year of new beginnings?

    Wow! It’s 2008, and January is almost behind us. The number 8 is a Biblical number which speaks of “new beginnings.” It seems a lot of folks throughout the United States, and those I know in the mission field and evangelism are experiencing this. Changes can be unsettling as our flesh just doesn’t like it, but one thing I do know: if it’s the Lord’s will, it has to be good even though we may not understand at the moment.

  • Tollhouse temptation takes its toll on me

    My friend, Shelley, in Georgia has a friend who thinks I lied in one of my books, or at least that I made something up.

    Shelley, being a writer herself, knows that all writers (and most preachers) tell stories to illustrate truth. Sometimes the stories are their own; sometimes they belong to others.

    Even Jesus told stories. However, Shelley’s friend thinks if something’s printed on the page of a book every word should be the gospel truth.

  • Worship God in truth and spirit

    “I baptize you with water for repentance, but he who is coming after me is mightier than I, whose sandals I am not worthy to carry; he will baptize you with the Holy Spirit and with fire.” (Matt. 3:11).

  • Religion Notes - December 28, 2007

    Old Gospel Barn sing-in set for Dec. 31

    Old Gospel Barn, 11286 Louisville Road, will have a sing-in, pray-in for the New Year 7:30 p.m. Dec. 31. Special guests will be Common Creek, Bluegrass Pardners, the Bakers, Nichols Church Band, the Cumbos and more. Everyone should bring a covered dish for the fellowship. Admission is free and everyone is welcome.

  • Jesus is the reason for every season of our lives

    It’s hard to believe that the Christmas season is already here. I have been meditating upon the birth of Christ and how it always points back to the resurrection and vice versa. Although Believers are celebrating the birth of Jehoshua-Messiah (The Lord Jesus Christ), it’s impossible not to reflect upon His purpose of coming. His whole purpose of His coming is that the Christian can have eternal life, and abundant life in the Now. He truly is King and Lord over all.

  • Religion Notes - December 7, 2007

    Campground Church to have Christmas service

    Campground Church will have Christmas services 6 p.m. Dec. 7-8. Everyone is welcome.

    Highway Church to have Christmas open house

    Highway Church on KY 245 next to Handy Food Mart will have a Christmas open house 6 p.m. Dec. 8. Everyone is invited to come and enjoy door prizes, desserts, soups, coffees and the best cheesecake you’ve ever tasted.

    Ascension Episcopal Church to have concert

  • Religion Notes - November 30, 2007

    Advent Festival set for Dec. 1

  • Church readies for its new year


    Pastor Basilica of St. Joseph Proto-Cathedral St. Michael’s Church -Fairfield