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ATTENTION:  If you are a freshman at Campbellsville University and have applied for the Church Matching Scholarship fund please turn in your paperwork required by the university to Bro. Billy or Debbie Farris no later than September 19th, 2018. This is so church matching funds can be sent on behalf of the student and credited to their account by the university deadline. Mr. and Mrs Mark Carney request the honor of your presence at the marriage of Shelby Brooke Carney to Jordan Hinton on Saturday, September 22, 2018 at 4:30 p.m. at Papaw’s Red Bud Farm. A reception to follow.  The sermon Series “Lessons from the Farm” starts Sunday, September 23, 2018 and will go through Sunday, October 14, 2018. The Security “Safety” Team Meeting wil be on September 27, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. in the church sanctuary. The Churchwide Hayride will be on Sunday, September 30, 2018 here at the church 5:00 P.M. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of David Alon "Hud" Mattingly upon his death at the age of 61 on September 8, 2018. Bosley Funeral Home in charge of details. He was the uncle of Scott Mattingly. During the Sunday Morning Worship Service, there is a time for young children to assemble in the pews near the pulpit to hear a message from the pastor, another adult, or the Muldraugh Hill Baptist Church puppet ministry. Then those children, age 5 and under, with the permission of his/her parent or guardian, may go downstairs to a special “Children’s Church” class for fun activities while under adult supervision of our scheduled “Children’s Church” leaders. (See schedule) MaKayla Sabo and Caden Wheatley are MHBC Co-Youth Ministers. Please give them your support and prayers as they provide leadership for our youth. Please help them to reach out to our youth by inviting youth to participate in this program every Sunday evening at 6:00 p.m. and Wednesday evening at 6:30 p.m.   AWANA Children's Ministry (ages 2 to 6th grade) meets on Sunday Nights. The evening activities include music, scripture, games, lessons, and lots of Christian fellowship. Contact the Directors, Josh and Jessica Veatch, if questions. You are invited to come join our Sanctuary Choir here at Muldraugh Hill every Sunday.  We have rehearsal on Sunday evenings at 5:00 P.M. in the church sanctuary.   If you have never participated in singing with a choir now is an excellent opportunity for you to start.  I hope that you will give it prayerful consideration on becoming a member of our church choir. I am looking forward to working with the choir each week as we come to praise our Lord with song.    – Lidiane Macedo The G.A.’s are collecting donations to go towards their “Christmas Backpacks” project for this year.  The Golden Days Group has donated 40 backpacks for them to fill this year.  If you would like to make a donation to help purchase items for the backpacks you can give through the regular offering at church. Make sure that you put on your check or envelope that it is a designated offering for the G.A. Backpack Fund.  Posted July 15, 2018: Our Prayer Shawl Ministry is in need of help.  We have several we would like to present a shawl to but at this time we have no reserve to fill that need.  If you can crochet and have time, would you please help us.  If you are interested and have questions, please see Margaret Pyles.
Kaylene Poff is taking care of sharing our prayer concerns during the week.  If you want to be included on the email list that gets the prayer concerns/updates or you want to add someone to the prayer list contact Kaylene at  kaylene@pcscomputer.net  or call her at (270) 849-4768.
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Notice from the Transportation Committee: The church has a van and bus that are available for church groups going on church related trips. In an effort to serve as many people as possible, the Transportation Committee requests that the usage of the church vehicles be reserved in advance of a planned activity. Please call or text any of the four members of the Transportation Committee to make a reservation. The members are: o	Don Veatch - (270) 692-7329 o	Sam Graham (270) 465-1095 o	Nick Cobb (270) 405-1509 o	Josh Veatch (270) 692-7693 Notice from the Facility Use Committee: Please don’t forget to fill out a request form if you would like to reserve the church fellowship hall for an event and give the completed form to Bro. Billy or a member of the Facility Use Committee.  Members of the committee are: Mark Carney, Anita Lanham, Jean Peterson and Kaylene Poff. The forms are located in the church vestibule on the credenza or you can print one from the church website by clicking the link or the icon at the bottom of the page labeled “Facility/Ground Use Calendar.” Why Have a Safety/Security Team and Proactive Safety Protocols? Safety means taking reasonable measures to make the place(s) where we meet safe and to be ready to respond to various emergencies, whether natural (such as tornado, flooding), accidental (such as fire), medical (such as heart attack, stroke, fall), or secondary to a violent act. These are several reasons to form a Safety/Security Team or to form proactive safety protocols at church.  Contact Mckenzie Hardin, Kaylene Poff, Sam Graham, Josh Veatch or any of the other team members for more information about the Safety/Security Team and to see how you can help. It is NOT a requirement to have a concealed carry license to participate in the program.
Thank you for visiting our website. We invite you to visit our church and think you will find our church family very friendly and welcoming. We love God and want our church to be a lighthouse for the community.
We video-tape every Morning Worship Service and some of our special services. If you would like a copy of a service, please let Josh England, Sam Graham, or Josh Veatch know. Check us out on Facebook! MHBC Podcast of Bro. Billy’s Sermons MHBC now has its own Podcast of Bro. Billy’s sermons! You can now subscribe to the podcast on your smartphone, tablet, and/or computer.  •	On your smart phone, find your “podcast” icon and click on it. Then do a search for “Muldraugh Hill Baptist Church”, and subscribe to it for future upcoming sermons. Our MHBC members are already using it and listening to the podcast in their cars, and at work. •	For your computer, click here:      You can also “share” the link with others from the site once you get there. So, please share it with your friends. Click to view the current edition of the Western Recorder  MHBC "The Hill" newsletter Click here to listen to Bro. Billy Compton’s Podcast Messages.
“Lessons From the Farm”  Jesus began one of his most famous parables, “A farmer went out to plant seeds…” He frequently used illustrations from the farm to teach his disciples about growing spiritually, the practices that help us become deeply committed Christians, and the struggles we face in experiencing the joy of the Christian life. Beginning September 23, 2018, Bro. Billy will be leading us in a study of Jesus’ lessons from the Farm and other New Testament teaching regarding the spiritual life.   In this series of sermons, we’ll consider how the relentless onslaugh of weeds in a garden teaches us about the many challenges to the Christian life. We’ll learn how the process of putting up hay helps us understand one of the most important ingredients to spiritual maturity. We’ll consider the intriguing connections between manure and the Christian life. And we’ll look at how harvest time teaches us about the life that pleases God.   You are encouraged to join us each of the Sundays as we use agriculture to teach lessons about growing the Christian life.  Sept. 23 - “Stuck on the Road” Sept. 30 - “Working in the Hay” Oct. 7 - “Re-Purposing Manure” Oct. 14 - “The Potential of Harvest Time” Click for detailed information