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Advent Season

Posted by James Carroll on

While every month on the calendar is crowded with appointments and activities, December seems to be extra-busy for most people. Aside from the usual responsibilities and obligations, most of us add in a host of special events, holiday-related work parties, school field trips, family gatherings...

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Don't Forfeit Your Joy

Posted by James Carroll on

“Well done, good and faithful servant. You have been faithful over a little; I will set you over much. Enter the joy of your master.” Matthew 25:23  Matthew 25:14-30 records Jesus teaching a familiar and convicting parable, generally called the...

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Learn4Life Begins October 18

Posted by James Carroll on

Our Wednesday evening gatherings this fall have been a great blessing to me. I’ve appreciated Larry’s hard work to expand the menu for the fellowship meal and so many others who have chipped in to serve alongside him. Key adult leaders continue to invest in our young people by...

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Tags: learn4life

Evangelism and You

Posted by James Carroll on

As we’ve seen in our study in Isaiah on Sunday mornings, God established the nation of Israel as witnesses for Him in the world (Isaiah 44:8). They had greater access to revelation about God and firsthand experience of His grace to save than the other peoples of the world. Therefore, they...

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New Missions Partner - 20Schemes

Posted by Ed Hardin on

Parkway has been given a unique opportunity to partner both locally and globally as we partner with 20Schemes. Pastor Matthew Spandler-Davison of Redeemer Fellowship Church in Bardstown serves as the Executive Director of 20Schemes which exists to build healthy, gospel-preaching churches in...

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The Magnolia Story

Posted by James Carroll on

The Magnolia Story By Chip and Joanna Gaines  Gist Chip and Joanna share the story of their lives together, with a particular emphasis on their marriage and business. While it’s biographical in nature, it’s more precisely a memoir because it focuses on a few specific aspects...

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Follow Up on the Best Sellers List

Posted by James Carroll on

On January 13, I wrote about the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association’s 100 best-selling Christian books of 2016. In case you missed it, I found the list a little discouraging and very telling. Apparently, some people on the ole Facebook did not love my thoughts. For the record, I...

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May The Peoples Praise You

Posted by Jeffrey Lutz on

May God be gracious to us and bless usand make his face to shine upon us, Selahthat your way may be known on earth,your saving power among all nations.Let the peoples praise you, O God;let all the peoples praise you!Let the nations be glad and sing for joy,for you judge the peoples with...

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Tags: missions, psalm 67, worship

New Missions Partner - Coreluv

Posted by Ed Hardin on

Coreluv’s vision is to bring the hope of Jesus Christ to orphans around the world by providing the six basic needs: clean water, proper food, healthcare, education, job skills, and a loving home. A small team from Parkway will be sent to the Myan Coreluv orphanage this summer to assist in...

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Psalm 7

Posted by James Carroll on

“O Lord my God, in you do I take refuge.”Psalm 7:1a This song is attributed to David during a time of slanderous attack. The historical setting is impossible to reconstruct for a few reasons, but the heading and content of Psalm 7 give us plenty of insight. I was moved by several...

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