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Religion

  • He will keep your boat afloat

     

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  • What is reality?

     

    When the Spirit of truth comes, he will guide you into all the truth, for he will not speak on his own authority, but whatever he hears he will speak, and he will declare to you the things that are to come.

  • Love is the answer

    The word “love” is probably the most abused, neglected, and misunderstood word in our modern context. I can think of three different ways in which we get love wrong. First, how often do we hear things like, “I just fell out of love with my spouse”? This shows that love is being understood primarily as passion. To be sure, there is a passion aspect. However, love is also virtue. Christ loved the Church and died for her when the church was ugly and committing spiritual adultery (Rom. 5:8; Eph. 5:25).

  • Deed and Truth

     

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    In 2018 politics has taken on new form. Has politics always been a rowdy, polarizing topic? 

  • Dry Ridge Baptist celebrates 200 years of ministry

     

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    In 1817, James Monroe, a founding father, was president of the United States, Mississippi became the 20th state, the New York Stock exchange was founded, Jane Austin died and a small band of believers constituted what is now Dry Ridge Baptist Church.

  • Dry Ridge Baptist welcomes new youth pastor
  • Saying ‘Goodbye’ to the ones we love

     

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  • Sherman Church of Christ to host weekly series on poverty

     

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    Grant County’s Sherman Church of Christ will host a weekly series starting Sept. 11 about helping the impoverished and pushing to reduce local poverty in this community. 

  • The Mount hosts ‘An Evening with Rachel Dawn’

     

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    A Grant County native and author will share her story during “An Evening With Rachel Dawn” at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 7 at The Mount on Eibeck Lane in Williamstown.

  • Speaker to share his story of drug addiction, hope Aug. 26 at Williamstown Christian

     

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    By age 17, Chris Dew was shooting up heroin daily and selling drugs to continue his habit.

    The Raleigh, N.C. native had a severe stutter and looked for anything that would calm his nerves and fill the void in his life.