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Today's Features

  • It’s been eulogized in stories and poetry, and has been characterized as judgment of a stern, uncompromising old man, or soft feathers lightly shaken from a pillowcase. It can be light and airy, crusty or crunchy. It is a delight for children and a barely tolerable event for adults. It can evoke pleasure gliding atop its surface, shooting sprays of sparkled dust, which dissipate into the air; or wreak havoc if the gliding involves damage to a car or injury to a person.

  • Elizabeth Perkins, daughter of Daryl (Frog) and Ann Perkins of Owen County, was honored during the White Coat Ceremony at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Louisville Jan. 8. 
    Karen Wash, a registered nurse from Owen County, was the medical professional selected by Perkins to present her coat, representative of her development as a pharmacy student.
    Perkins is currently enrolled in the Sullivan University College of Pharmacy and anticipates graduation in June 2013. 
    She is the granddaughter of Wilma Perkins and the late Harold J. Perkins and Carolyn Montague and the late Wallace Montague.

  • “It’s Sew Fine: for Home and Family” Sewing Expo will be held April 12-13 at General Butler State Resort Park in Carrollton.
    The 2011 Sewing Expo schedule includes registration starting at 10 a.m. April 12 followed by “Make-it and Take-it” session of a patchwork name tag until noon.
    On the opening afternoon, participants take a half-day class offering a variety of options including: “Old Blocks ... New Tricks,” “Working With Wool-Embroidery Envelope,” “Mastering Miters,” “Texture Magic,” and more.

  • I got out Jan. 10 and stocked up on dog food and supplies and was in the house till Friday. I was beginning to feel like a house plant. I finished my last book on Thursday, so I was desperate to get to the library. This week looks much better, but just in case, I stocked up on books.

  • Last Sunday, everyone was welcomed on a cold January morning. Carol blessed us with beautiful music on the piano — how wonderful it is to hear that sound again.
    Bro. Jared touched our hearts with the words of God.
    "Where Has Satan Found You?" was the message taken from Genesis 44:16, Numbers 32:23, I Peter 2:25, I Peter 5:8, and Malachi 3:10.

  • The Rev. Wotier’s message, “When Your Weak Faith Needs Strengthening?” was taken from John 6:16-21. When our faith needs strengthening, God puts us in places we don’t want to be and he gives us commands we don’t understand. He does this to help us see things we can’t see about Him. When times are tough, when you think you are going down, He will always be there, when you need Him.
    We welcome Colton Stedam by Profession of Faith.
    The Deacon of the Month is Danny Jacobs.

  • It was so nice to see so many people in church Sunday despite the cold weather.

  • Since pastor Brad Vincent is in Haiti this week with a medical missionary group, we were blessed to have Bro. Matthew David filling our pulpit.
    We were very pleased to have several of Bro. David's church family from the Dallasburg Baptist CHurch accompany him. Bro. David spoke of his recent trip to Ethiopia and the continuing need to go out and teach and expose as many groups of people as possible to Jesus Christ and God's Word.

  • Joe McNay sang and played his guitar to his version of "How Wonderful You Are." We are so blessed with talent in our little church.
    "The Attributes of God" from Psalm 66:1-7 was the basis for Bro. Dale's sermon. God is eternal, unchanging, omniscient, omnipresent, omnipotent, holy, righteous, and also a god of wrath.
    Happy 25th birthday to Breann Bond. Happy birthday to Sharon Perkins. Happy anniversary to Glen and Ellie Duke.

  • We are rejoicing this week with David and Nicole Guest as their oldest daughter, Elise, was baptized into the family of God.
    Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University (FPU) will be held at the Wild Goose Café on West Seminary Street in Owenton. FPU classes will be held at 6:30 each Monday night now through April 18. Contact Patti Clark for more information. It’s not too late to join.
    Meeting the Needs Ministry is in dire need of personal hygiene items. Boxes are located in the MBC back foyer for donated items. Our next night to work at Meeting the Needs from 6 to 8 p.m. is Jan. 27.