January 30, 2008
Rob and Kathy Hutcherson will begin their ministry at Crab Orchard Christian Church this Sunday, Feb. 3. The Hutchersons come to Crab Orchard from Frankfort, where they were longtime members of Choateville Christian Church. They were involved with several ministries from youth to outreach, but most recently Rob had been the Director of Worship and Kathy the team leader for Choateville's women's and drama ministries. They are very excited to be a part of the Crab Orchard community.
November 27, 2008
Greetings from South Fork Baptist Church. First of all, let me extend to you a very Happy Thanksgiving. By the time you read this you probably have already enjoyed an abundance of turkey, dressing, and the trimmings. On Sunday I challenged our people to remember all the things that God has done for us. God is so good! As the song says, "What a mighty God we serve!" David, the Psalmist reminds us time and time again in the Book of Psalms that we need to remember the way God has worked in our lives, and that we need to be more mindful to give Him praise!
August 30, 2007
McCormack Christian Church, located on Hwy. 1194 and Moore's Lane, will hold their annual homecoming on Sunday, Sept. 2. Sunday school starts at 10 a.m., morning worship at 11 a.m., and a potluck meal will begin around noon. There will be special singing during the afternoon service. Speaker for the day with be pastor Seth Adamson. McCormack Christian Church was established in 1785 by the Rev. John Bailey and has continued to worship on this site. The first building was a small log building built on land donated by Daniel McCormack for the purpose of building a church, school, and graveyard.
August 11, 2007
J.D. Miller, a winner of Dove and Grammy awards for his writing and publishing of Christian music, and a well-known pianist and keyboardist, will join the staff at Mount Zion Christian Church, 3631 Combs Ferry Road, on Sunday, Sept. 2. His first worship service will be at the 2007 Pioneer Festival from 8:30 to 9:15 on that Sunday morning in College Park. The event is called Praise in the Park, and the theme is "We Can Worship Anywhere. " "J.D. is coming to Mount Zion as the minister of outreach and missions," the church's senior pastor, Kenny Speakes, said.
September 21, 2006
Victory Christian Church to hold revival Victory Christian Church, 660 Stanford Road, Lancaster, announces its "Revival for Survival", Sept. 24-27 at 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Sunday and 7 p.m. Monday through Wednesday. Bob Stacy will be the speaker. Special music will be provided by David Waits and the Bowden Family on Sunday, Nehemiah Wilkinson of Stanford on Monday, Louis and Tamra Coffman on Tuesday and Simple Gifts on Wednesday. John Presko, Bill Rutan, and Harold McLaren are the Victory ministers.
September 14, 2006
Dear Editor, It seems such a shame that a person cannot put their own opinion in our daily paper without people trying to tell her how "wrong" her ideas are. Is this what is meant by "free speech?" First of all, I do know my Ten Commandments - not just the first three. As a matter of fact, we recited them in our classroom back when I was in school. Of course that was back in the day when we, as children, were never taught NOT to believe in God. Secondly, I was a school teacher myself for several years, and yes, the Darwin Theory was discussed in the older grades.
September 2, 2005
MUSIC First Baptist Church on Walnut Street - 4 p.m. on Sept. 11, the Danville-Boyle County NAACP will have a Gospel Extravaganza. The service is open to the public. Whitehouse Gospel Barn - 7 p.m. Friday, several groups will perform gospel music. The barn is on Ky. 1547, one-half mile off Ky. 49. The phone number is (606) 787-0784. GENERAL ASSEMBLY 86th General Assembly of Church of God of America - 7:30 p.m. Wednesday through Sept.
December 10, 2003
Dear Editor: Evidence of the approach of Christmas is everywhere I look. In fact, in some areas it started even before Thanksgiving. Christmas has long been my favorite holiday: No, not because of the presents, although I was always fond of receiving them, but because of the one whose birth we celebrate at this time of year. Now, however, although the birth of Jesus is what Christmas is supposed to be all about, we are no longer allowed to celebrate that in public, and in our schools.