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Today's Features

  • Bardstown Community Bible Study Women’s Day Class

  • By Billy Holland

    I have the privilege of being a community chaplain and along with this opportunity to serve I see a lot of heartbreaking circumstances that many people do not see.

    Every year at the holiday season it’s difficult for me to be filled with excitement because I’m surrounded by those who are facing major problems and those who will not experience the same blessings that most of us enjoy.

  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration

  • Billy Holland

    religion columnist

    psalmz103@gmail.com

    We comprehend this is not a perfect world, and as humans we constantly make mistakes. However, when it comes to the Bible, there is a major difference. This book might have been transcribed by mere mortals, but its content is not from this world.

  • As it has done for the last several years, St. Catherine Academy is gearing up for its annual Portraits of Excellence benefit banquet, the biggest fundraiser of the year. This year’s event is special, however, as it marks the 150th anniversary of the academy.

  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration

  • Billy Holland

    religion columnist

    psalmz103@gmail.com

    It’s hard to believe that 2017 is history.

    We have many things to be thankful for, along with events and situations that unfortunately brought sorrow, pain, and disappointment.

    Forrest Gump’s mom said, “Life is like a box of chocolates,” as we never know what we are going to get.

    I guess basically we can see the point — even though this seems to imply that even the worst of times would be no more than just another flavor of candy.

  • By Mary Alford

    News Enterprise

    Hardin County is about to take part in a marathon, but instead of running 26.2 miles, participants will read the 66 books of the Bible.

    The 2018 Kentucky 120 United Bible-Reading Mara­thon is a statewide event inviting Kentuckians to join and read the Bible. In Har­din County, the event kicks off at 12:01 a.m. Jan. 1 at Elizabethtown Police Department, 300 S. Mulberry St. The goal is to read the Bible out loud in three and a half days.

  • By Billy Holland

    A brand-new year is here and I am excited to see what the Lord has for us!

    Keeping Christ at the center of our thoughts takes a great deal of discipline and determination, but so does everything else we really care about. It comes down to how serious we are about knowing God and how willing we are to give him control of our life.

  • By Billy Holland

    One area of the vast unknown that has been the focus of speculation throughout the ages is why certain events happen that seem to be cruel and unfair.

    As a Christian minister and counselor, I am consistently either thinking, writing or being asked why tragedies happen when there is a God who can easily prevent them.

    How many times has someone said, “If he is all powerful, then why does he allow terrible things to happen?”