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Faith

  • The Joymakers in concert Sunday

    The Joymakers will be in concert at 6:30 p.m. Sunday at Elk Horn Baptist Church. A fellowship potluck supper will follow. Everyone is invited to attend. The church is located on KY 70 (Elkhorn Road).

  • 167 years ee" 167 donations

    In celebration of being organized for 167 years, the Campbellsville Branch of the Relief Society of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints prepared 167 donations to the relief of suffering.

    One hundred personal hygiene kits were sent to Kentucky Red Cross to be used when people are displaced from their homes. The young women's group helped the Relief Society by preparing 50 of the 100 kits.

  • Dave Ramsey spreads message of hope through nationwide town hall meeting

    Join Dave Ramsey, nationally syndicated radio talk show host and New York Times best-selling author, for a nationwide town hall meeting and discover what's happening with the economy, how we got here and where we're going.

    The meeting, titled Town Hall for Hope, will take place Thursday, April 23 at 8 p.m.

    Town Hall for Hope will be broadcast live in Campbellsville at Living Grace Church, located at 1 Living Grace Drive in Campbellsville. For more information or to register, contact Allen Gaddis at 403-4000 or allen@gaddco.com.

  • Easter Sunday celebration planned at St. Thomas'

    St. Thomas' Episcopal Church, located at 116 South Columbia Ave. in Campbellsville, will celebrate Easter Sunday, the Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ, with the traditional Easter liturgy of Holy Eucharist at 11 a.m.

    The Rev. Karl Lusk, pastor, will be the officiant and preacher for this festival celebration of the Christian Church.

    Everyone is invited to attend. An Easter dinner will follow the service.

    For more information, call 789-1601.

     

  • On Target for Christ set for Saturdays in June

    Mt. Roberts Baptist Church is beginning an archery program for adults and children ages 8 and up.

    On Target for Christ will take place each Saturday in June at Veterans Memorial Park.

    Attendees will learn how to shoot archery and about Christ.

    Those ages 8 to 13 must have a parent present to participate.

    Registration will take place April 18 and 25 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the park. Entry fee is $10 for the first family member and $5 for each additional member. Bows and arrows will be furnished.

  • The Singing Cookes in concert Friday, April 10

    The Singing Cookes will be in concert at 7 p.m. on Friday, April 10 at Victory Church, located about 2 miles off East Broadway on Reids Chapel Road. The community is invited to attend. For more information, call Bro. Ricky Johnson at 789-3364 or 465-6809.

  • God, fix this - please!

    Her mother had promised she would stay around until the semester ended so her daughter wouldn't be distracted during finals.

    After her last exam, she raced home, and as she walked into the kitchen, her father told her mother their daughter was home. Her mom opened her eyes, smiled and then died.

    It was the day before her 21st birthday.

    She called her dad recently to beg, "Daddy, you have to fix this!"

  • First United Methodist to host Good Friday event

    Campbellsville First United Methodist Church will host a processional on Good Friday, April 10 beginning at about 11:45 a.m.

    "Jesus," portrayed by Mark Hillard, and two "Roman soldiers," portrayed by Dr. Steve Hinton and Dr. Ted Beam, will walk from the intersection of Main Street and Columbia Avenue to First United Methodist for a brief Good Friday service and luncheon.

    The event and the luncheon are open to the community.

    The lunch will be provided by the women of First United Methodist Church.

     

  • 'American Idol' 101

    Although I consider myself current with pop culture, this is the first season I've watched "American Idol."

    In years past, I've seen the last 15 minutes of some of the final shows to see who wins, but not knowing who's who, I didn't really care one way or another.

    This season, mostly because I hate being left out of the water cooler conversation, I decided early on to watch every episode, from first auditions to finale, and I even hope to buy tickets to see the Top Ten Idol contestants when they go on tour this summer.

  • Campbellsville Baptist plans 'Journey to Easter'

    Campbellsville Baptist Church will host "The Journey to Easter," a unique telling of the Easter story.

    "The Journey to Easter" is an interactive walk-through drama set in first century Jerusalem two days after the resurrection of the Lord. 

    As guests walk through the streets of a re-created first century Jerusalem, they may come in contact with the healed Bartimaeus, Peter, Nicodemus, John, a soldier at the cross that day and others.