• The Winter Youth Rally will be at Ebeneezer Church of Christ.  The date is Saturday, Dec. 17th.  The Rally is for those in 8th grade through first year in college.  The cost is FREE!!!! The Rally will start at 9:00 with singing and worship time and end at 4:30.  Ebeneezer is willing to provide lodging for any wanting to come the night before, due to distance
  • ANNUAL PRAYER/PRAISE BOOKLETS…are in the process of being updated with valuable information to keep our churches informed of various missions around the world. They will be available for distribution at the Annual Thanksgiving Service on Thanksgiving Day. Church leaders are encouraged to pick up several copies for your respective congregations and help distribute them. Several churches inform me these are used weekly in connection with prayer and times of sharing. Other booklets will be mailed to individuals and churches not in the Louisville area. Please contact me (Bennie Hill) at to receive FREE booklets or write me at: Bennie Hill, P.O. Box 54842, Lexington, KY 40555 or call at 859) 608-6477. The Church of Christ Worldwide covers all expenses for printing and mailing but donations are always welcome.


  • PCS WHITE ELEPHANT SALE…(fund raiser) is scheduled for Saturday, November 12, 2011 and held at 2500 Portland Ave., Louisville, Kentucky. Make plans to spend the day enjoying the food, fun, fellowship of former classmates and meeting new friends. All proceeds, especially from the auction, go to the school. It’s still true – “one man’s junk is another man’s treasure.” Contact the school at (502) 778-6114 for additional information.
  • PCS SENIOR PLAY — “Twelve Angry Jurors” -Curtain Opens at 7:30 p.m.


  • WINCHESTER – Lavern Houtz, 90, died peacefully at his home on Sat, Oct 22, 2011. He is survived by his wife of 66 years, Allene Covey Houtz. He was co-founder in 1949 of Kentucky Bible College in Louisville which later moved to Winchester and became Southeastern Christian College. He was professor of history and Bible and served as President from 1964 to 1970. Funeral services were held Wed, 26, 2011 at 1pm, First United Methodist Church, 204 South Main, Winchester. Memorials to Hospice East, 407 Shoppers Drive, Winchester.  Published in Lexington Herald-Leader on October 24, 2011

A DINNER TRAIN RIDE EXPERIENCE. I recently met a lady from the Bahai Occult. Curiosity first got the best of me when she said: “I don’t consider myself religious – but spiritual.” It got interesting from there. I observed she sees Christ on the same level with other religious teachers. She does not believe in the bodily resurrection of Christ – the inerrancy of the Bible – eternal punishment – a literal Hell – blood atonement of the cross. She stated their main purpose was “since all religions have some merit – we hope to unite all faiths to prepare man for spiritual advancement in this life and the next.” Quite frankly, we didn’t have much in common. (Bennie Hill)

-Bennie Hill lives in Lexington, KY and  preaches for the Cramer & Hanover Church of Christ