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Heart Slave

by Pastor Steve Ellison

Exodus 21 and Leviticus 15 both describe a situation that is foreign to us. It offends our modern sensibilities. It involves slavery or more accurately, indentured servitude. However, this situation illustrates a marvelous truth about God.

Exodus 12 and Leviticus 15 give guidelines for one Hebrew being a slave to another Hebrew. The slave would serve for a specific period of time (6 years), thus we

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Kickin’ Cancer with Kindness Block Party Oct. 4

The Gallatin United Methodist Men’s Prayer Group will hold Kickin’ Cancer with Kindness on Saturday, Oct. 4, from 4:30 to 7 p.m. on Market Street in front of the Gallatin Methodist Church.

The meal and entertainment are free; however, a free-will donation will be accepted.

All money raised will be used to purchase gas cards to help Daviess County cancer patients travel to treatments. Those wishing to donate toward this

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Church News

Submitted news from area church services that were conducted Sunday, Sept. 14, 2014:

Olive Baptist

Brother David’s Sunday morning message was “Worshipping the Lord in Spirit and in Truth” from John 4. Sarah Ishmael’s children’s message was “Is Jesus Like a Stapler?” from I Timothy. We continued our study on the End Times during Sunday evening Bible study. We will hold a time of prayer and fellowship Sunday morning at

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Fairview Church is 130 Years Old

The Fairview Community Church is located about five miles north of Winston.

The church organized Aug. 1, 1874, and was received by the Chillicothe Presbytery on Oct. 4, 1874, at the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, was called High Prairie by the community.

The congregation and board members met in homes and other churches until the present church was built in 1881 by members of the congregation. The land the church was

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Good Thinking: Autumn Reverie

by Dr. Don Kuehle

Autumn takes center stage mid the heat of September and exits on cue

in the cold of December. No other season moves from one extreme to the other like autumn. The poets help us see the complexity of autumn.

“Across the pearly distance it lies on hill and stream,

In banks of airy turquoise as softly as a dream.

A slumberous smoke that rises serenely in

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Be Fruitful

ShepherdCalls_WPSeveral days ago, the Kansas City Star ran a front-page story about carrier pigeons, aka passenger pigeons. The article seemed so unbelievable, I checked it out in several other sources. It seems this bird was once the most prolific bird in America and perhaps in the world. Historical documents of our earliest settlers tell of flocks so large they darkened the sky and took hours to pass over. A Virginia

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Praying for Brothers

by Pastor Steve Ellison

Acts 18 tells about Paul’s work in Corinth. Paul was staying in the home of Aquilla and Priscilla while making tents and testifying about Christ in the synagogue. Unbelieving Jews threw Paul out of the synagogue, so God in His marvelous way arranged for Paul to move into the home of Titius Justus, who just happened to live next door to the synagogue. Paul lived there

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From Gallatin to Guatemala

Pastoral family goes on a mission building homes, hope, and faith in humanity

Russ and Theresa Hamilton and their son, Sam, the pastor’s family from Gallatin First Christian Church, went on a mission trip to Central America, with the goal to salvage the dignity, hope and faith of a people living in the largest dump in Latin America.

The Hamilton family planned and paid for the mission trip with help

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Church News

Submitted news from area church services that were conducted Sunday, Sept. 7, 2014:

Gallatin Assembly of God

The adult Sunday School class was led by Clyde Lint, who referred to Psalm 37:5 as key verse and Genesis 37 as text. The lesson showed how jealousy can turn to hatred, yet God will guide us to victory. Singing was led by Zoe Smith and Mona Roberts. Children received the offering. Pastor

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