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Today's Features

  • Even after 30 years of preaching with the same church Pastor Greg Allen still comes in every day excited and ready to work. At the rate Southeast Christian church is growing, especially on Allen’s Crestwood campus, his workload is likely to increase but he said he’s ok with that.

    “It’s a good problem to have,” he said of the growth.

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  • God will go to great lengths to teach us to trust Him more. 

    This usually happens in the hardest times in our life, because we live in a fallen world, where sin, death and evil must be dealt with regularly in our lives. Life is hard! 

    It is during those hard times that we often turn to the Lord for strength.  This is a wise thing to do, for God desires to care for us, and draw us closer to Him. 

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  • By Wesley Robinson

      It’s been nearly seven years since Donna Bothur donated her kidney but she’s still actively working to raise awareness to help those in need.

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    Fred Balke and Howard Griffin, both of Crestwood, remembering their day’s in WW II, while on a tour of the LST 325 while it was docked at Madison, Ind. Balke served as a See Bee in the U.S. Navy in the South Pacific, while Griffin served in the U.S. Army all over the world.

  •  On Saturday, Discover Downtown La Grange (DDL) hosted the first Antiques and Primitives on the Track. Business on Main Street held open door and sidewalk sales, while vendors set up shop along the closed roadway. The new event was well received, according to DDL Director Nancy Griffin. “The merchants and vendors were very pleased and we’ve already been asked to do it again.”

  •  Over 200 competitors from 15 states and Canada converged on the Flying Cross Horse Farm in Skylight this past weekend. Riders and horses competed in three events: dressage, stadium jumping and cross country. In its 13th year, the Horse Trials have had a waiting list for three years of hopeful competitors, who range in age from 10 to 70+.

  •  In its second year, the 2013 Hermitage Classic drew 36 competitors to its ever evolving course. Much like the events held at the Flying Cross Farm Horse Trials, riders must compete in three events: dressage, marathon and cones. The primary difference is that these course events are completed with the horse, or team of two horses, pulling a cart with a driver and sometimes a passenger.