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Good Thinking: Autumn Gold

by Dr. Don Kuehle

Fall is here. The trees are dressed in their colorful garb: green and orange and yellow and gold. Fall reminds us that this world is a place of beauty. Fall reminds us of what is most important in life; and of what is not important.January 1848! Gold is discovered at Sutter’s Fort, California! The news

travels back across the country. 1849! The Gold Rush begins! People

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A Cross Just Because

Tomm McWilliams took a notion to put up this cross and so that’s what he did. It stands on a cement base in a grassy area at the side of the road on Unity Avenue southeast of Gallatin. Tommy owns 40 acres across the road and goes to check on the crops occasionally and that is why he picked that particular spot. The land was owned by Tommy’s father. It

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Church News

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

Gallatin Seventh Day Adventist

Special Prayer Request: Laura Hoyle and son Patrick McBroom and family, Vicki Hiley, Christina Brogan, Cleo Ann Laybourne. If you would like to have our little church to pray for you please give us a call. Memory Verse: John 11:15. Sabbath School Lesson; “Death and Resurrection,” led by Mary Alice Dalby. Scripture: II Thess. 3:16.

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Less is More

ShepherdCalls_WPThe television program was about a hoarder. The lady had so much stuff her house could no longer contain it. She kept everything — even empty tissue rolls and plastic bread wrappers. She had grown up with very little; and in adulthood, she determined to keep everything she could get her hands on. When her living conditions became dangerous, her children had her declared incompetent, sent her to a nursing

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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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Good Thinking: October is a Lady

by Dr. Don Kuehle

October is a beautiful lady. She invites us to visit awhile, to learn from her the secrets of the good life.

“O suns and skies and clouds of June; and flowers of June together.

Ye cannot rival for one hour October’s bright blue weather.” — Helen Hunt Jackson

October reminds us that there is bounteous beauty in the world, if only we would take the time

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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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