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Church

  • Church News

    CHURCH OF THE
    ADVENT
    The Church of The Advent will celebrate its one year anniversary on Nov. 3 at Born Again Furnishing, (a ministry of the Church of the Advent), at 11:30 a.m. at 106 Ladish Road, Cynthiana. 
    Christmas inventory will be on sale, and there will be free hot dogs.

    CITY ON A HILL
    City on a Hill Church is holding services every Sunday in the community room at the Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library.

  • Grace Notes

    My current screen saver on my phone is a simple Bible verse, a command and a promise, eight small but powerful words: “Be still and know that I am God” (Psalm 46:10).
    That verse, those eight small, ordinary words, has been my lifeline for the past year or two as I have struggled with some difficult things within my family.
    Be still.
    Be -- not pretend to be or try to be, but be.
    Whenever God gives a command in his Word, he also gives the means to do it.
    Be joyful. Be thankful. Be strong in the Lord and in the power of his might.

  • Church News

    BOYD UNITED
    METHODIST
    HYMN SING
    Boyd United Methodist Church Community Hymn Sing will be held Oct. 14 at 2:30 p.m. at the church, 2140 Hwy. 1054 N., Boyd, Ky.
    Great music and praise is planned for the day. Featuring many guitarists and singers. In coordination with the Riverview Baptist Church.

    CITY ON A HILL
    City on a Hill Church is holding services every Sunday in the community room at the Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library.

  • Grace Notes

    Recently, I heard about a young dad named Dillon Moore and a Texas dentist, Dr. Kenny Wilstead.
    About two years ago, Wilstead randomly came across Moore on Facebook and noticed that he wasn’t smiling in any of his photos and offered to fix his teeth, if that was the reason he didn’t smile.
    Moore replied that he couldn’t take off work, and that was that.
    Then this past September, Moore had a toothache while at work and his boss sent him to Marshall Family Dental in Marshall, Texas -- the dental office where Dr. Wilstead had his practice.

  • Church Briefs

    CITY ON A HILL
    City on a Hill Church will be holding a gospel singing on the old courthouse lawn in Cynthiana on Oct. 6. The event will begin at 6 p.m. with refreshments available. Bring a lawn chair.
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    City on a Hill Church is holding services every Sunday in the community room at the Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library.

  • Can evil be used for good?

    Last week I met with Carla, a young woman who has an amazing story of how God is using her.
    But first, she had to go through a time of incredible pain and darkness. Of course, much of her darkness was the resulting consequences of her own bad choices. Still, those consequences were the very ones she needed to suffer to become the usable vessel she is today.
    I’ve heard many pastors use Oswald Chambers’ quote: “Before God can use a (person) greatly, he must woud him deeply.”

  • Grace Notes

    Last week I met with Carla, a young woman who has an amazing story of how God is using her.
    But first, she had to go through a time of incredible pain and darkness. Of course, much of her darkness was the resulting consequences of her own bad choices. Still, those consequences were the very ones she needed to suffer to become the usable vessel she is today.
    I’ve heard many pastors use Oswald Chambers’ quote: “Before God can use a (person) greatly, he must woud him deeply.”

  • Church News

    BERRY COMMUNITY
    CHURCH
    A revival, Wake Up, America, is coming to Berry, Harrison County, Ky., and yes, America. We are starting here at Berry Community Church, Sept. 29-30. We will have four  services that will stir the embers of the heart and awaken a new fire. America needs a new awakening.  Let it begin with us.
    Pastor Keith Hemphill will be leading the way into this time or restoration with his heartfelt, God led messages with different worship groups day.

  • Grace Notes

    For the past few years I’ve been following on social media the true-life saga of a lost child.
    The child is an adult, but he’s still a child to his frantic mother -- and to God.
    The son is in his mid- to late-20s I think, and has been living on the streets off and on for a few years, depending on his drug addiction.
    When he’s sober, he works. But when he’s not, well, his mom isn’t sure how he makes his money to support his addiction or feed himself or find a place to sleep.

  • That none should perish

     Thirty-five years ago, the Baptist Church, Church of the Nazarene, United Methodist Church, and some others in Ada, Ohio, joined together to renovate a house and relocate a family from Laos.
    As I helped the plumber a thought occurred to me, if the churches can get together to renovate a house, what would happen if they worked together to evangelize their community?