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Jan 21, 2022

The Pastor’s Piece – January 23, 2022

Somebody asked me one time if I ever run out of stories to tell? The answer is No. Never. Everything that happens in life is a story waiting to be retold – and it’s usually a lot funnier the second time around. A good friend gave me a coffee mug for Christmas that says: “Be careful – you might end up in a sermon illustration.”

Jan 18, 2022

FCFI Helping Farmers Recover from Tornado Damage in Kentucky

After the Christmas and New Year’s holidays, it was time to head back to western Kentucky to help farmers recover from the devastating tornadoes of December 10, 2021.  Our base camp was moved from Moors Resort on Kentucky Lake to Dexter-Hardin United Methodist Church.  Work continues on farms near the resort, where extensive tree damage downed fences that contain cattle, horses, goats, and other livestock.  The Fellowship of Christian Farmers Disaster Relief Operations assembles volunteer crews to clear trees and rebuild fence to help farmers maintain their livestock.

Jan 14, 2022

The Pastor’s Piece – January 9, 2022

We had a little incident last week in our neighborhood. The police dubbed it “The Barefoot Bandit.” The story goes that a guy was traveling down our road when he got stuck in a snow drift. He had become disoriented and had no idea where he was.

Dec 30, 2021

The Harvest – January 2022

The Harvest

Dec 28, 2021

Prayer Guide – January 2022

And why do you worry about your clothes? See how the lilies of the fi eld
grow. They do not labor or spin. Yet, I tell you that not even Solomon and
all his splendor was dressed like one of these, (Matthew 6:28,29). When
worry consumes our hearts, it causes ill health, which in turn reduces
what we can do in ministry, but most of all it keeps us from trusting
God.

Dec 26, 2021

The Pastor’s Piece – December 26,2021

As the year of our Lord 2021 draws to a close, I thought I’d give you my list of the best of. 

Dec 19, 2021

The Pastor’s Piece – December 19, 2021

Who is considered the most important person in history? To answer that question, computer scientist Steven Skiena and Google engineer Charles Ward got together and developed a system that ranks historical figures in order of significance. Their research produced a book in 2013 called Who’s Bigger? Where Historical Figures Really Rank.

Dec 13, 2021

Tornadoes Pound 6 States: 70 Dead

Last night, a devastating tornado hit Mayfield, KY around 9:30PM, causing major damage and killing as many as 50 or more people, many in a candle making factory, running shifts 24/7 to get product out for Christmas. Warm temperatures in December usually signal severe weather, with as many as six states hit with tornadoes and strong thunderstorms with damaging winds.

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