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Today's News

  • Church Notes: June 23, 2011

    Christ Community
    • Last Sunday, Tom Thoburn spoke for the morning service using The Lord’s Prayer for his text. When Bro. Tom finished speaking, Rhonda sang “The Lord’s Prayer.”
    • Mondays - The “Stepping into Freedom” small group is growing. It is held at 6:30 p.m. at the church, 139 N. Main Street. If you have any kind of problem or you feel you are struggling with any type of bondage, this class is for you. For more information, call 959-824-1824.

  • POTTER’S HOUSE CALLS PASTOR

    The Potter’s House has called Charles Courtney as its new pastor effective June 26.

    The church is located at 115 S. Main Street in Crittenden (the lower level of the Family Dollar Store).

    Morning worship will begin at 10:30 a.m. and everyone is invited to attend the worship and fellowship service. Evening service begins at 6 p.m.

  • Forever His Choir to perform July 1

    The Forever His Senior High Choir from First Baptist Church on the Square in LaGrange, GA, will perform at Crittenden Baptist Church (CBC) at 7 p.m. Friday, July 1.

    With an emphasis on God and country, their program selections include contemporary Christian and patriotic music, including a salute to the armed forces.

  • Life is about relationships

    One Sunday during announcements, I mentioned my sermon next week would be entitled “What Is Hell?” I followed that by saying

    “Come early and listen to our choir practice.” At least the congregation knew what I meant—and laughed along with me at my unintended error.

  • Lizards and other things ...

    When I was a kid, one of my brothers caught a little lizard in the tobacco field.  Being about 5, I did not have to work in the hot sun.

    Instead, I stayed under a wagon, playing with that little lizard in his mayonnaise jar with holes in the lid and grass for a bed and hidey hole.  I played with him all day, pestering it ad infinitum.  When my brother first caught him, he had a long tail.  By the end of the day—he barely had a stub left.  He had eaten his own tail.

  • Kind, gentle man, taught me about life

    You know how you keep putting off things today because you’re just sure that you’ll have time to get to them tomorrow or next week even?

    I’m guilty of that, as we all are, but I’m also more convinced than ever that certain things cannot and should not be put off, even for a few hours.

    Telling the special people in your life how much they mean to you is one of those things.

    I remember clearly where I was last year on Father’s Day. I was sitting at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Edgewood talking to my dad.

  • Facebook Featured Fan June 23, 2011

    Hi! I’m . . .
    Angela Endicott

    I live in . . .
    Covington

    About me . . .
    I am the mother of two, who teaches for Covington Independent schools and I love the UK Wildcats

  • Phipps-Blaze to exchange vows

    Gary and Joy Phipps of Florence are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Ashlee Phipps to Matthew Blaze, son of Mark and Darlena Blaze of Mason.

    The wedding is being planned for 6:30 p.m. on June 25, 2011 at the Williamstown Baptist Church. A reception will follow at the All Saints Catholic Church in Walton.

  • Beachs celebrate 50 years

    Jerry and Wanda Beach will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on June 24, 2011.

    In observance of their anniversary, a party will be held from 4 to 8 p.m. on June 25 at the JMB Center, 2020 Taft Highway in Dry Ridge. Light hors d’oeuvres will be served.

    The party is given by their children, Steve Beach of Dry Ridge and Nancy Beach of Alexandria.

    Jerry is semi-retired from Je Be Company and his wife, Wanda, is retired from the Grant County Deposit Bank.

    The couple request no gifts.

  • Bethanni Wells supports Louisville fundraiser; prepares for Miss Kentucky pageant in July

    Miss My Old Kentucky Home, Bethanni Wells, participated in the 21st Annual Kiwanis Club of Riverfront Raffle and silent auction on March 25.