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Faith

  • Vacation Bible School

    Hardeetown Baptist
    offers adventure
    The adventure begins for pre-K through fifth grade children with vacation bible school Sunday-Thursday, June 24-28, from 5:15 to 8:30 nightly at Hardeetown Baptist Church. Dinner is included in the program.
    For more information, call 352-493-4523. Hardteetown Baptist Church is located at 1716 N.W. 14th Street, Chiefland.

    Operation Overboard at Parsons Presbyterian

  • Patriotic service Sunday at Lighthouse Word Church

    Lighthouse Word Church is hosting a Patriotic Service on Sunday, July 1, at 10:30 am, in honor of our independence as a nation.  
    Special guests include keynote speaker Chiefland Police Chief Robert Douglas, State Attorney Bill Cervone, 8th Judicial Circuit Judge David Glant, Levy County Judge James T. “Tim” Browning and many other city and county officials.  
    Patriotic music and voter registration will also be featured at the service.
    The public is invited to join in the celebration.

  • LWC kicks off Kids’ Zone Summer on Sunday

       The Lighthouse Word Church Children’s Ministry is hosting a Kids Celebration Summer, celebrating who we are in Christ through art, music and dance, each Sunday morning at 10:30 a.m., during the summer months.    

  • Vacation Bible School

    IncrediWorld Amazement Park at Joppa

       It will be "A thrill ride through God's Creation" at Joppa Baptist Church's Vacation Bible School June 10-15.
       The "IncrediWorld Amazement Park" classes are for ages 4 through adult. There will be songs, crafts, games, goodies and dramas.
    For information, call 352-463-6947 or email joppabc@bellsouth.net.
    Joppa Baptist Church is at 7530 N.W. 165th St., Fanning Springs.

  • Church news for May 31

    Joppa Baptist
    Homecoming Sunday

       Joppa Baptist Church would like to invite you to join them for their homecoming celebration on Sunday. beginning at 10:30 a.m.     Joppa Baptist Church was established in 1896 and will be celebrating its 116th year. The homecoming theme this year will be “Nehemiah’s Wall.”
       There will be dinner on the grounds following the service. A special invitation is being extended to all previous pastors and their families.

  • Conformed to the image of his Son

    In 1501, a young, 25 year-old, Michelangelo began work on his 17 foot-tall sculpture of David. It was his belief that the sculptural image is found within the block of stone, much as the human soul is found within the physical body. I had read that when he was sculpting that magnificent work, Michelangelo made the statement that David was concealed within the marble all the time. The left cheek of his face was already revealed and all he, the sculptor, had to do was to chip away the stone until he exposed the rest of David’s body.  

  • Seasons of uncertainty

    By GARY MILLER

    Outdoor Truths

  • Doomsday: 79 A.D.

    In the year 79 A.D. a mountain named Vesuvius, in southwestern Italy, literally blew its top, burying the Roman cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum.  At the time of the eruption, Pompeii was a thriving commercial port at the mouth of the Sarno River.  It was a destination for wealthy Roman citizens who often vacationed there, being a city of considerable size with numerous attractions such as its own amphitheater, complete with gladiatorial school.

  • Church News for the week of May10

    Sunshine Disciples yard sale Saturday
       The Sunshine Disciples of  First United Methodist Church of Chiefland, is having a yard sale between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. Saturday, May 19.  
       The sale will have everything from kitchen to yard items and many plants.
    All proceeds go to local missions.  Please join us for a great day of shopping.

    Free movie Saturday at Bronson UMC

  • A mighty fortress is our God

    Martin Luther was born in an earthen floored cottage to poor German peasants on a chilly November eve.  As a child, Martin developed a love for music and often went about doing his chores while singing at the top of his voice.  He attracted the attention of the neighborhood boys and after teaching them to sing in parts: soprano, tenor, alto, and bass, Martin would lead them to neighboring towns where they would sing at cottage doors in return for bread or a good hot sausage cake.