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Religion

  • The love of God can bring change to a sinner’s heart

    As I sit here with this pen in hand, I am asking my Savior what he would have me say in this great opportunity to address the greatest community in the world to live. 

    First, I believe he would say you are loved by him, forgiven by him, made free by him, and saved by him. We cannot get away from his love because the blood of Calvary is real and everlasting.  Calvary changed everything. His name is Jesus, He did it all for us because of His love for us to make a new way of living without sin.  We do not have to sin any more, his blood has washed us from it.

  • Matthew offers Christians a way around their worry

    In the spring of 1871, a young man picked up a book and read 21 words that changed his life.

    At the time, this man was a medical student at Montreal General Hospital.

    He was worried about final examinations. He was troubled about what he should do with his life, where he should set up his medical practice and how he would build it.

    The 21 words that changed his life were written by Thomas Carlyle. The man who was worried was William Osler, founder of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Maryland.

  • Quartet performs Oct. 6 at Carrollton church

    The Commonwealth Quartet from Hendersonville, Tenn. Will be in concert at the Carrollton Christian Church on Fifth Street at 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 6. This makes the fourth year in a row that this southern gospel quartet will be making it’s way up here to sing for the community.

    Everyone is welcome to attend this free concert, but a free-will offering will be collected afterward. Also, refreshments will be served in the fellowship hall after the concert.

  • Just like voters choosing a leader, Christians elect God

    Every so often we have to choose our leaders in our countries; some govern four years and others up to six years.

    Each candidate has to offer us, that if we give them our vote, the country will flourish, the economy will bloom, better medical attention and education for our families and so justice will finally be right for everyone … and in the end, what don’t they promise?

  • Catholic church to conduct census of Carroll County

    The Fifth Synod of the Diocese of Covington was completed in August 2006 and one of the policies signed into Diocesan law from the Synod was to conduct a census.

    It is to be like any other census, all the households within the boundaries of the Diocese of Covington are to be surveyed. This is being done because the last census in the Diocese of Covington was taken in 1939.

  • Church news - Sept. 26, 2012

    Apostolic church plans Sept. 30 special event

    The First Apostolic Church of Carrollton hosts a jubilee service at 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 30. The service will include a gospel sing. Visitors are welcome to attend, enjoy and even participate in the service. For more information, contact Pastor David Croucher, (502) 525-7515.

    Trimble hymn sing set for Mt. Carmel church

    Trimble County Hymn Sing will be held Thursday, Oct. 4 at Mt. Carmel United Methodist.

  • Oct. 27 blitz to help bring comfort in time for winter

    God is blessing us with autumn in the brilliant contrast of blue and white sky and the deliciously pleasant cool weather.

    This year the fall colors promise to be more spectacular than we have seen in a few years.

    The poet Gerard Manley Hopkins tells it like it is: “The world is charged with the grandeur of God. It will flame out, like shining from shook foil … Nature is never spent; there lives the dearest freshest deep down things.”

  • Church news - Sept. 19, 2012

    Eighth annual youth conference is Sept. 22

    The Open Door Baptist Church, 1476 Highway 36 East in Carrollton will hold their 8th Annual Youth Conference on Saturday, Sept. 22 at 4 p.m. Dr. Dennis Corle will the the guest speaker. Corle is editor/publisher of Revival Fires and president of Revival Fires Baptist College. He travels all over the United States and Canada preaching God’s work.  Pastor Jerry Ison invites all youth to attend. Food, games and preaching will be provided.

    Hymn sing to be held Sept. 23 in Sanders

  • Obstacles, trials can offer lessons in life, making each person stronger

    James 1:2  “Consider it a great joy, my brothers, whenever you experience various trials, knowing that the testing of your faith produces endurance.”

  • Sept. 29 event is more than a walk; funds help program match a child with a mentor

    Sept. 29 is the date for the annual Big Brothers Big Sisters of Carrollton Walk-a-Thon. We’ll meet at 9 a.m. at the county park and walk for as long or as little as inspiration will carry us.

    Of course, the core of a “walk” is walkers, and we certainly seek those. Envelopes are available at the Big Brothers Big sisters office at First Baptist Church. Please consider joining us for the fund raising event.

    What, you ask, is the money for?