Crew 14 at Rankin Home: Will Sharp, Wade Hintz, Korey Cochran, Josh Konemann, Jonathon Pinkston, Alan Atwell, Benjamin Pinkston, Kera Bishop, Rachel Holland, Melanie Montgomery, Tessa Gray, Hunter Thomas, John Moore, Aimee Pinkston, Chance Jones

150 Teenagers Camping at ACHS to Help Others

July 11, 2016

An incredible group of young men and women from around the state have converged on Anderson County to help others as part of an amazing summer camp experience.  Kentucky Changers is a missionary type summer camp where high school students and adults from around Kentucky join forces to help with home repairs for low income […]

Celebrating 20 Years at Sand Spring Baptist Church

June 17, 2016

Brother Mike Hamrick celebrated his twentieth year at Sand Spring Baptist Church this past Sunday as the longest time any pastor has lead the church.  The church has grown tremendously under his leadership, gaining over 1000 members and two major building expansions. Mike grew up in Florida and became a Christian at the age of […]

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Over 200 Volunteered in Very Large Community Service Project

May 31, 2016

This past Saturday, members of Sand Spring Baptist Church organized one of the largest community service events ever seen in the county.  Called Operation Inasmuch after the Bible verse Matthew 25:40, the event was comprised of 24 different charitable projects held all around the county.  According to Pastor Michael Hamrick, over 200 members of the […]

First Christian Church to Help Guatemalan Kids Who Can’t Be Adopted

May 25, 2016

Lawrenceburg residents have profoundly large hearts, helping each other in times of need, and some are looking way beyond our county limits to make a difference for those who can’t help themselves.  Mike McColl, the associate youth minister for First Christian Church here in Lawrenceburg, is determined to help orphaned children in Guatemala who can’t […]

A Mother’s Day Word from Fox Creek Christian Church

May 8, 2016

Mark Wells, lead minister from Fox Creek Christian Church, sent in this very touching article on mothers: The question, “What is a Mother?” could probably more easily be answered with, “What isn’t a Mother?” For so many of us, Mothers are teachers, disciplinarians, cleaning ladies, gardeners, interior designers and household managers. Mothers are nurses, doctors, […]

Large Turnout for Day of Prayer Despite Cold Weather

May 5, 2016

People across the nation, including Lawrenceburg, gathered to celebrate and pray during the National Day of Prayer.  Here in Anderson County, everyone braved the cold, windy weather to gather in front of the court house on Main Street to pray as a group.  Despite the cold weather, a large crowd still congregated and multiple people […]

A Word on Second Chances from Fox Creek Christian Church

May 1, 2016

Mark Wells, lead minister from Fox Creek Christian Church, sent in this very moving article on second chances: The past couple of weeks I’ve seen some great pictures of some of our young citizens at the Anderson County and American Legion baseball and softball fields. I’m so thankful for the men and women in our […]

A Word on Busyness from Fox Creek Christian Church

April 24, 2016

Mark Wells, lead minister from Fox Creek Christian Church, sent in this article on how busyness and idleness can be so damaging to one’s family and community: I know that I’m not the only one that seems overwhelmed sometimes.  It seems like there are just not enough hours in the day to accomplish all that […]

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New Church to Open Downtown with Community Dedication

April 20, 2016

With downtown continuing to improve, a new church has decided to open its doors just walking distance from Main Street.  Faith Bible Baptist Church will be holding its first service this Sunday, April 24th, at the building behind Scott Brown’s Karate Academy on East Woodford Street.  Pastored by Nathan Mowery, the new church has large […]