Students of Louisville Adventist Academy (LAA) were inspired as Ben Roy demonstrated interesting and fun aspects of science. In his presentation, he made clear that there is a lot more to science than just the facts. He stressed safety and scientific terminology such as differentiating between creating electricity and generating it. Roy frequently participates with […]
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Recently, three conferences; Gulf States, South Central, and Kentucky-Tennessee, worked together to spread the gospel in the Memphis, Tenn. area. The Lord blessed their combined efforts with the joy of witnessing 151 people giving their lives to Jesus in baptism. This success can be attributed to fervent prayer, and the church members working together. Alejandro […]
“Lift up the trumpet and loud let it ring, Jesus is coming again” resounded through the 100 year old building as 83 Jamestown members and guests joyously shared messages and stories of God’s love and guidance. Children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren of the charter members participated in the centennial celebration. The original building, often remodeled, now has two additions. This may be the oldest structure in the Southern Union built by Adventists and continuously used […]
On July 31st, four churches met together to pray and plan the final details of their upcoming weekend. Two churches from the South Central Conference, Hispanic Lima Drive Church and Lima Drive Church, and two from the Kentucky-Tennessee Conference, the Lexington Church and the Lexington Hispanic Church, participated in a weekend of service to their […]
The first Seventh-day Adventist church in Decherd, Tenn. has been through a lot since 1856. It was burned down during the Civil War, and in 1909 it was destroyed by a tornado. This rural church has once again come alive with $104,000 in debt-free structural and cosmetic renovations. Members and friends of the congregation have […]
On Sabbath December 13, 2014 Trust Services Director Lin Powell presented a large check to Treasurer Jerry Wilkey, First Elder Ken Gould, and Pastor Dennis Altrogge. The check in the amount of $210,560.98 for evangelistic outreach in the Paducah area represented the largest known gift to a Kentucky-Tennessee Conference church designated for that purpose. Pastor […]
Born in 1925 in lovely Moreland, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Myrtle Rucker Carroll was the youngest of seven siblings born to Saint Clair and Hattie Morgan Rucker. She and her family enjoyed the richness of rural living in a quieter time. After graduation from Moreland High School and business school, Myrtle was employed in retail and […]
“So he got up and went to his father. But while he was still a long way off, his father saw him and was filled with compassion for him; he ran to his son, threw his arms around him and kissed him.” Luke 15:20 Sharon Sandefur was born in 1956 in Lincoln, Nebraska into a […]
February was a challenging, but memorable month for the Lawrenceburg, Tennessee Lions. In spite of inclement weather of ice and blustery rain, all but three members of the club were present for an unusual pathfinder Sabbath on February 21. One of the cherished staff members, Nancy Raymond who was terminally ill with CLL (a form […]
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