Today's Features

  • By Billy Holland

    How much grace does it take to love our enemies? Well, that is a good question.

    Tragedies are happening all around us and it’s true we are very heart-broken and alarmed, but what if one day our family is harmed? I admit that I do not always have the character of Christ when I’m being threatened or provoked to anger. Many times, my first reaction is to retaliate, because that’s a strong part of our human nature.

  • Fat isn’t your enemy!

    For years, we’ve been fed a whole string of misleading information telling us to go fat free or low fat and to avoid butter, meat and eggs.

    As old as that (mis)information is, it’s still upheld by the mainstream media and unfortunately, a lot of the medical community.

    The research however, is mighty clear: fat (good fat, the kind that comes from clean sources—more on that later) is not only helpful for satiation and appetite, it’s also your ticket to greater health.

    Let me explain.

  • David Kimberland and Witness 30th anniversary

    David Kimberland and Witness will be celebrating its 30th choir anniversary at 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4, at First Baptist Church. Guests will be Purpose from South Central Kentucky, Men of Faith from Bardstown and Religious Five from Louisville.

    Chaplin Church of God revival

  • By Billy Holland

    It’s easy to be suspicious and though it’s wrong, unfortunately, it’s common to judge unfairly and display negative emotions toward others. If we could only remember that many people are going through some type of painful trial and difficulty, which usually explains their unusual behavior.

    I am regularly involved with those who are struggling with serious problems and it changes your perspective when you know the circumstances.



    If there’s an avalanche of food spilling out of the freezer compartment of your refrigerator every time you open it, or if stuff is buried so deep in your chest freezer that you’ve stopped even trying to search for things, it’s time to get your freezer situation under control.

    When your freezer is not organized into an efficient, usable space, you’re likely to allow the following to happen:

  • By Billy Holland

    An older man was telling a story the other day about his grandparents and it caused me to think back to when I was a kid and the relationship I had with my mamaw and papaw.

  • Music with a Mission

    First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), 175 E. John Rowan Blvd., is hosting a special service: Music with a Mission” with special guest singers from Campbellsville University at 10 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 29. This service is in support of “Mission Behind Bars and Beyond” for women in Louisville, and “Cornerstone Ministries” which serves the community of Beattyville. Donations will be accepted to support these programs. Lunch is provided following the service. Everyone is welcome to attend.

  • Did you know you can make a simple sauce in the skillet?

    Honest, this is easy stuff! Just follow these easy steps.

    Let’s pretend for a moment, you’ve just sautéed some chicken and veggies. The chicken is nicely cooked, as are your veggies. Pull the chicken and veggies from the pan and place them on a warm plate and keep warm.

  • Trunk and treat
    The First Cedar Creek Baptist Church will host Hallelujah-ween Saturday, Oct. 21, at 6 p.m. Trunk and treat will be held in the parking lot. At 7 p.m. a chili/soup supper will be served in the Fellowship Hall. Everyone is welcome. The church is five miles west of Bardstown off Boston Road (U.S. 62) on Bellwood Road (Ky. 733). Interim pastor is Gerald Hegwood. For more information, call Becky at (502) 507-7159.

    Music with a Mission

  • Bardstown United Methodist Church chili lunch
    Bardstown United Methodist Church will have its worship service at its second campus, 5100 Louisville Road, at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 15. A chili lunch will be served after the service.

    Apparations of Our Lady of Fatima 100th anniversary