Today's Features

  • by Nancy Kennedy

  • Beech Grove Baptist Church

    You are welcome at Beech Grove to come join us on Sunday’s at 10 a.m. for Sunday school, 11 a.m. for morning worship and at 6 p.m. for evening worship. Join us at 6 p.m. on Wednesdays for prayer and Bible study.
    Throughout April, we will be collecting the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering. This offering helps spread the Gospel here in North America. Please keep our North American missionaries in prayer as well as your participation in this ministry and give as God directs your spirit.

  • Most cultures have customs that are passed from one generation to the next. Though many customs have vanished over the years, some of these traditions remain in the small towns and rural areas of Kentucky.
    Most customs were not considered a law but were just a matter of good manners instilled in a child, who honored them throughout life.
    Some old-time Kentucky customs included closing a screen door softly to keep it from slamming shut or never reaching for the last piece of chicken when company came to dinner.

  • March must be the longest month of the year. It seems like it has gone on for forever, and it didn’t end well. UK got beat Sunday, so basketball is over for me until next November. Ann has discovered basketball this season, but unlike me, she likes to watch all the games. She will continue with the tournament till the very end. I, on the other hand, will now devote my weekends to golf.

  • by Roger Alford

  • Here’s a question for you: What is God like? From your gut, how would you characterize him?
    A number of years ago, Baylor University conducted a survey, asking people to choose words that described how they characterized God and his level of anger and also their perceived level of his involvement in the world.
    The researchers concluded that Americans viewed God in four distinct ways:

  • Old Cedar Baptist
    Wow, what a crowd we had Sunday for the Omega Force Team! Bro. James counted 98, and what an awesome demonstration they gave as they lifted amounts of weight and carried, drug, pulled and pushed to show the strength that God can give his children to overcome the weaknesses in our lives.
    We all have areas that we need more of God’s help in and the message was loud and clear. Thank you to all who attended and a special thank you to Charrdel Hammond for bringing this message and these men to our church.

  • “A considerable number of artifacts have been found in Owen County, some of which are to be seen in local collections. Mr. W.O. Lowdenback of Pleasant Home had such a collection and good material has been found in the neighborhood of Gratz on the Kentucky River.”

  • Melanie Ransdell and Bradley Rose are proud to announce the birth of their precious rainbow baby, Zayden Wyatt Rose.
    He was welcomed into this world at 2:27 p.m.,  Feb. 28, 2017, at the Frankfort Regional Medical Center, giving his daddy the best birthday present he could’ve ever wished for. As if sharing a birthday wasnt enough, Zayden also has his daddy’s red hair and blue eyes.
    Little man weighed in at 7 lbs. and 5 ounces and was 19 3/4” long.

  • Welcome to Spring. I know it’s spring because The Talking Head on TV said so this morning. I went down and built up the fire in the wood stove in the basement anyway. I’ll let it go out by noon, but when the basement is warm, it makes the rest of the house easier to heat. Hopefully, this well is the last fire of the season.