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  • CHURCH NOTES 11-8-12

    Christ
    Community
    • Kent and Paige Parrish, missionaries to the Philippines will speak at 11 a.m. on Nov. 11. 
    • Nov. 4, was a spirit -filled service and several praying at the altar.  God was moving.
    • Family and Friends Day is Dec. 2.  For more information, call 859-394-2586.
     
    Corinth
    Christian

  • I’m not sinning... I have a disease!

    Lewis came to me the other day and after admitting that he had used an illegal drug he said, “I can’t help it. I know I shouldn’t hang out with those guys but they are my friends. Besides that, I have a “ompulsive disease” that I cannot control and this “disease”  is incurable, progressive and fatal. My addictions counselor at church even told me so! I can’t help it! I can’t control it! I will always have it, and will probably go back to using drugs from time to time.”

  • CHURCH NOTES 11-1-12

    Christ Community
    • God answers prayer. The 24-hour prayer chain started Friday, Oct. 26 and continued through Saturday, Oct. 27. Sunday morning’s service was charged with the presence of the Holy Spirit and one  young man was saved.
    • Sunday evenings are mostly devoted to prayer as we seek God to save souls and heal the hurting at 6 p.m.

    Crittenden Christian Disciples of Christ

  • CHURCH NOTES 10-25-12

    Christ Community
    • Oct. 26 – Oct. 27 – A four-hour prayer chain at the church will be starting at 9 p.m. Friday evening through 9 p.m. Saturday. We have people praying all night. Feel free to stop by to pray or for special prayer. We are praying for our country, our church, missionaries, salvation and healing for souls, including our families and friends. We believe our faithful God will answer our prayers in the name of Jesus according to His will. The church is located in Williamstown.

    Crittenden Christian Disciples of Christ

  • Sin, Cancer... Are they similiar?

    How do you feel about cancer? Do I have your attention? Seriously. What is your response to cancer? Do you have any sympathy for cancer? Would you ignore cancer in your body? Would you attempt to live with cancer? I imagine you are now yelling at your paper, “No!” Of course not! What is our response to cancer? Get rid of it! All of it! Aggressively! Now.

  • Pastor Appreciation Month

    This month is set aside in the Christian world as Pastor Appreciation Month. From my experience as a pastor, I want to encourage you to consider what most pastors desire when it comes to the people of the church.  Take the opportunity this month to show your appreciation to your pastor, but think through what he desires. From my experience, pastors certainly enjoy gifts, money, cards etc…. but pastors that I know desire something a little less obvious.  There are four things you can do to show appreciation to your pastor.

  • CHURCH NOTES

    Christ Community
    • Mike and Ginger Behnker and daughters, missionaries to Nepal, visited last week.
    • Youth Service 6 p.m. on Saturday nights. Sunday School at 10 a.m. and worship at 11 a.m.
    • On Sunday evenings, time is spent sharing and praying for the needs of the community. Wednesdays at 7 p.m., features Bible fellowship and kids church for an hour.

    Corinth Baptist
    • Oct. 24 - Team Kid from 5 to 8 p.m.

  • SPOTLIGHT ON: St. William Catholic Church

    Address: 6 Church Dr. in Williamstown
    Phone number: 859-824-5381
    E-mail address: stwilliamstjohn@gmail.com
    Minister: Father Joshua L. Lange
    Senior staff: Deacon Michael Lyman; Director of religious education is Kathy McDonough; youth director is Sarah Campbell
    Number of members: 300 families registered
    Year established: 1912
    Service times: Sunday masses are 4:30 p.m.; Saturday evening vigil and 10:30 a.m. Sunday morning
     

  • CHURCH NOTES 10-11-12

    Bethany Baptist
    • Oct. 14 – 17 – Revival at 7 p.m. with Brother Scotty McDowell.

    Church 20/20

  • When God’s will, our will and death collide

    I believe that God’s will is always being done  and that it is always the best way but that we as humans are constantly distorting that will just by being human really. You see, this “life” is a mixture of God’s will always at work in the world and our free wills always moving this world in all kinds of ways sometimes closer to God’s will and sometimes not.

    When we are moving towards God’s will, our spirit is alive and our hearts are steady but when we move away from it, we are wounded and experience more suffering and restlessness.