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Faith

  • Robinson Chapel to host night watch service

    Robinson Chapel Church will host a night watch service on Wednesday, Dec. 31 at 8 p.m. ET.

    The Robertsons from Russell Springs will be singing. Bro. Bobby Sinclair invites everyone to attend. The church is located on KY 551 near Knifley.

    For more information, call (270) 384-5942.

  • A baby changes everything

    When my daughter Alison was a baby, I bundled her up in her white snowsuit (we lived in Northern Maine), slipped on the icy sidewalk and dropped her. Thankfully, the snowsuit protected her and she survived to spit up all over my husband's suede jacket.

    When she was big enough to do so, she took the knobs off our stereo. We found all but one, which we feared she had swallowed because she kept coughing. Panicked, we took her to the emergency room to be x-rayed - no sign of the stereo knob. We found it days later in the laundry basket.

  • Caudill speaks to KCS students

    Pastor Sean Caudill of South Campbellsville Baptist Church recently shared a devotional message with students at Kentucky Christian School. Pictured are fourth graders Jon Tanner Coppage, Jake VanMeter and Trevor South.

  • Me and my potty mouth

    Sitting at the table behind my husband and me, a young woman at a local restaurant got my attention by dropping loud F-bombs.

    I know some Christians would have cleared their throats and announced, "Young lady, as a Christian I find your language offensive."

    However, I tend to think that's not helpful and makes Christians look like fragile weenies.

  • Robinson Chapel plans singing, Christmas presentation

    Robinson Chapel Church has two upcoming events planned.

    The New Dawn will be singing at Robinson Chapel Church on Sunday, Dec. 14 at 6 p.m. ET.

    "Christmas Springs From Love" will be presented at Robinson Chapel on Saturday, Dec. 20 at 7 p.m. ET.

    The church is located on KY 551 near Knifley. For more information on the concert, call 866-9216 or (270) 384-5942.

    For more information about the play, call (270) 384-5842 or (270) 384-9317.

  • Campbellsville Christian plans Christmas events

    Campbellsville Christian Church has several upcoming events planned for the Christmas season.

    Sunday, Dec. 14 - The church's children's choir, The Sonlight Kids, will present their musical, "An Island Christmas," on Sunday morning at 10 in the Family Life Center.

    Campbellsville Christian Church's adult choir will present its musical, "Festival of Lights," at 11 a.m. in the sanctuary.

    Sunday, Dec. 21 - Campbellsville Christian Church will host a night of carols during its evening service. The program will begin at 6:30 in the sanctuary.

  • St. Thomas' Church plans traditional Christmas Eve service

    St. Thomas Episcopal Church, located at 116 South Columbia Ave. in Campbellsville, will observe the annual Celebration of the Birth of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ at 7 p.m. Christmas Eve, Dec. 24.

    The service will follow the traditional Christmas liturgy with Christmas hymns, scripture readings and Holy Communion.

    Child care facilities are available.

    All are invited and welcome to attend. For more information, call the church at 789-1601.

     

  • KCS hosts pastor appreciation

    Kentucky Christian School recently hosted 35 pastors at its annual Pastors' Appreciation Day celebration. Above, Associate Pastor Rudy Stacy of Campbellsville Baptist Temple joins student Alyssa Smothers for an ice cream sundae.

  • KBC Messengers appoint new board members

    Messengers at the Kentucky Baptist Convention's recent annual meeting approved new members for the Kentucky Baptist Convention Mission Board and the boards of several affiliated institutions and agencies.

    Local Board appointments are as follows:

    Campbellsville University Trustees:

  • Being spiritual - it's not what you think

    When somebody says, "I hope you won't take this the wrong way," it's safe to say that what follows is not something you're eager to hear.

    That's how a woman started a conversation with me during a women's retreat where I was the speaker.

    When she said that, we were in the kitchen at the retreat center, picking at leftover brownies. The brownie bit I had just swallowed sank like an anchor in my stomach and I froze.