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Faith

  • Running on 'Idol'

    If the definition of an idol is something that you think about 29 hours a day, then "American Idol" is aptly named.

    This past season being my first-ever to watch, I'm proud to say that I didn't miss a single show, from the horrendous auditions to the incredible finale. For nearly half a year I've lived and breathed and found my meaning in "American Idol."

  • Local students take part in Baptist keyboard festival

    The Kentucky Baptist Convention hosts a keyboard festival each spring for students of all levels.

    The objective is to encourage young pianists to be interested in playing or participating in worship services in their churches.

    The 2010 KBC Keyboard Festival will take place at Campbellsville University.

  • Truth Tabernacle hosting 'Sheaves for Christ'

    Truth Tabernacle United Pentecostal Church in Campbellsville will host a fundraising event on Saturday at Creek Side Restaurant.

    The restaurant is donating a portion of every breakfast buffet purchased on Saturday to "Sheaves for Christ." The breakfast buffet is $6.99 per person and includes coffee. On the buffet will be sausage, eggs, bacon, pancakes, home fries, biscuits and gravy.

  • New Life Voices in concert Sunday

    New Life Voices will be in concert on Sunday at Campbellsville Church of the Nazarene. The all-day event begins at 11 a.m. The church is located at 912 W. Main St. For more information, call Pastor Clifton Hale at 465-4620.

  • Campbellsville Christian to host final in series of anniversary celebrations

    Campbellsville Christian Church will conclude the celebration of its 125th anniversary on Sunday.

    The theme of the day is "Focus on the Future" and will feature the children and student ministries of the church.

    Guests for the day will be former youth ministers Kevin Comp, John Parkey and John Welsh. Church youth will provide music leadership, serving staff and special music.

    The celebration will conclude with a balloon launch for the children.

  • Asbury to host youth events

    Asbury Student Ministry is kicking off the summer in grand style. The ministry has some events planned for students and adults.

    On Saturday, the ministry will host a yard sale fundraiser. They will accept donations through tomorrow. Clothes, toys, antiques, etc. may be dropped off at the church office between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Tax forms are available.

    The yard sale will begin at 8 a.m. on Saturday in the parking lot of Asbury Worship and Life Development Center.

  • Campbellsville Christian Church releases anniversary cookbook

    Campbellsville Christian Church has released a cookbook, "Recipes and Remembrances," in celebration of its 125th anniversary.

    The cookbook contains a reprint of a 1950 cookbook compiled by the Pollyanna Sunday School Class, plus recipes submitted by current members and friends.

    There are more than 270 pages of recipes in the categories of appetizers, soups, vegetables, main dishes, breads and desserts.

    Copies of the cookbook are available in the church office for a donation of $15. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

  • Then and Now

    This year marks the 125th anniversary year of Campbellsville Christian Church.

    The church traces its roots to the old Mt. Gilead Christian Church that was organized in 1820 in Green County. The first Christian church meetings in Campbellsville began in October 1839. The church building was located in what is presently Brookside Cemetery. Tradition has it that this building was used for a hospital during the Civil War.

    The church disbanded during this period and did not re-organize until 1884, beginning 125 years of continuing ministry in the community.

  • East Campbellsville Church of God plans camp meeting

    East Campbellsville Church of God will host a camp meeting on June 7-12.

    Willard Wilcox will be the evangelist, and Dennis Whitaker will be the song leader.

    Service times are Sunday through Friday at 10 a.m., 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Meals will be served on Sunday at noon and 5 p.m. Meals will be served Monday through Friday at 8 a.m., noon and 5 p.m.

    Visiting pastors will preach during the day services, and meals will be served on a free-will offering basis. Dorms are available.

    Vacation Bible School will also be hosted June 8-12 from 9 to 11:30 a.m.

  • 'C' is for worship

    When I was about 10, I had gorilla legs, which embarrassed me horribly. Next to my fair-haired classmates who all had fine downy fuzz on their legs, I thought I stood out and that everyone thought I was as hideous as I considered myself to be.

    That was also in the olden days when girls weren't allowed to wear pants to school, so I couldn't hide my legs beneath a pair of jeans.

    My mom had already said I was too young to shave my legs, but what do moms know? So, I swiped my dad's razor, the one with the really, really sharp double-edged blades, and attacked my furry limbs.