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New Website Forthcoming


We are in the process of rolling out a new website in the coming weeks. In the meanwhile, bulletins will still be posted here along with other major updates. We are looking forward to revealing the new site and some of its new features including:

  • More articles from members and leaders.
  • Class materials, outlines, and even class audio or videos.
  • Comprehensive event calendar.
  • Smartphone and tablet friendly layout.
  • Sermon audio podcasts & syndication with iTunes podcasting.
  • More information about our church, vision, and ministries.
  • A new logo.


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Ladies' Day 2015


      Ladies, you're invited to join us Saturday, March 21st, for a time of study, renewal, praise and fellowship as Cindi Burleson leads our hearts and minds in reflection of our theme, "Create in Me a Clean Heart" (Psalm 51:10-13). The program begins at 9 AM with registration (and coffee) beginning at 8:30 AM.  A luncheon will follow around noon.  We hope to see you there!

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NOTE: SERVICES MARCH 1, 2015



On March 1, 2015 we will meet for Bible classes at 9:30 and worship at 10:30am.

However, our afternoon services will not occur at the Watterson Trail building.

Instead we will be joining Christians from the Louisville area at the annual West Broadway singing at the West Broadway church of Christ at 2:00pm.



Their address is 


3921 West Broadway Louisville, KY 40211







 

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There but for the Grace of God

January 25, 2015

There but for the Grace of God

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      While driving home one day last week I was sitting at a red traffic light, and as it always does, my mind began to wander. I found myself attempting to quote a statement many of us have heard at one point in our lives: “There but for the grace of God go I.” Of course I misquoted it but nevertheless I found myself in thought of thanksgiving for my blessings. Then I became curious as to where this statement originated, so I “Googled” it. There appears to be no definitive accrediting of this to any one individual, but most indicate that it was made by a man named John Bradford. Mr. Bradford lived in the 1500’s, reportedly born into a well-to-do family and was educated at Cambridge University in England. Of Protestant faith, he later became a preacher and was martyred by Mary Tudor who ascended to the throne of England.
      I was thinking that there was a passage in the Bible that is very close to the quote attributed to Mr. Bradford. While the Bible is full of passages that use the word “grace” or passages referencing grace, most of them are found in the New Testament. I guess the passage that I was thinking of was from 1 Corinthians 15:10 where Paul is speaking of the resurrection of Christ and how he (Paul) was witness to Christ after the resurrection.

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Wishing you a very merry Christmas!

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