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The Great Light

by Pastor Steve Ellison

One of the recurring themes of both the Old and New Testaments is that the “fear of the Lord” is the beginning of wisdom and leads to all sorts of temporal and eternal benefits. Smack dab in the middle of Isaiah’s Immanuel Prophecies, we find this warning in Isaiah 8:12-15:
“You are not to fear what they fear or be in dread of it. It is

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Good Thinking: The wisdom of Father Time

by Dr. Don Kuehle

The cartoon highlights the front page of the paper: old Father Time meeting the baby New Year at the beginning of another year. As they meet and pass each other, I wonder what words went between them? Did Father Time wish the new year well? Did he offer the baby New Year words of wisdom? Did the New Year ask about the past? Did baby New

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The Shepherd Calls: Forever new 

by Dr. H. Wade Paris

On Jan. 1, precisely at 12:01 a.m., the 2017 New Year will begin. It is easy to determine its beginning. However, it is much more difficult to determine its end. I don’t mean midnight Dec. 31; no, I mean when does the New Year cease to be new and become an old year? Is it an old year on Jan. 1 at 12:02 a.m.? No?

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Immanuel in the flesh

by Pastor Steve Ellison

One of the greatest of all mysteries is the eternal, omnipotent, and omnipresent God voluntarily subjecting Himself to the limitations of time, space, and the flesh. The Second Person of the Godhead, the agent and sustainer of creation, came to live in creation, as one of the creatures. How could we ever understand that? This is certainly a truth to be appreciated rather than understood.


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The Shepherd Calls: Listen to the Christmas music

by Dr. H. Wade Paris

 Joy to the world, the Lord is come! It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Do you hear what I hear? Angels sweetly singing on high that away in a manger the little Lord Jesus lay sleeping on the hay — infant holy, infant lowly for His bed a cattle stall. O holy night, it is the night of the dear Savior’s birth.


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Friends in Christ gifts community ambulance service

Friends in Christ Church of Gallatin continues to participate in a program called “Be Rich.” Annually, church members kick off their efforts in November to intentionally be extraordinarily generous. Instead of forming yet another service project, Friends in Christ Church strives to help organizations that are already serving to serve even better,

The Be Rich incentive is based on the scripture from 1 Timothy 6:17-18 (NIV):

“Command those who are

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If two or more gather in my name….

Lake Viking

The title of Pastor Robert Nelson’s message on Sunday was “I Will Send My Messenger,” Isaiah 40:1-8. The special music was by The Toney’s. The Ladies Bible Study Group is studying the book of Revelation. They meet in the

Fellowship Hall on Wednesday at 10 a.m. The Youth Group will meet at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday. The Adult Evening Bible Study Group will meet at 7 p.m.


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Souls Harbor returns to Baton Rouge to help after flood


Mary Jessen is painting and Corey Midgyett  is holding the ladder

Souls Harbor Church of God out of Chillicothe made its second trip to Baton Rouge, La., to help restore a church after the flood. Eight church members went on the church van, six men and two women. The group worked for three days restoring a church in Baker, a suburb of Baton Rouge. They repainted walls, swept out trash,

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 by Pastor Steve Ellison

Many people have referred to a recently coined term “thanksliving” in both secular and sacred ways.  With the Thanksgiving holiday recently passed, now would be a good time to examine our everyday lives to see if they reflect an attitude of gratefulness to our Creator.

Second Timothy 3:2-5 recites a lengthy list of common sins that will characterize mankind in the end times.  We find “ungrateful”

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