2016 Kentucky-Tennessee Conference Music Festival

Theme:  With the Voice of Singing

Friday, March 18 at 7:30 p.m.  Sacred Concert – Raphan Ley Auditorium (Highland Gym)

Sabbath afternoon, March 19 at 3:00 p.m. Sacred Chamber Concert – Highland Church

Sabbath Vespers, 6:20 p.m. – Highland Church

Saturday evening, Secular Concert at 7:30 p.m. – Raphan Ley Auditorium

 

Young Adult Retreat April 22-24, 2016

Our society is full of excuses. How many times have we heard: I don’t have time, I’m too busy, I don’t know how, no one asked me, no one showed me? How many times have we said these things ourselves? Well enough with the excuses! As young adults, the opportunity to involve ourselves with our churches and our communities is waiting! Join us at Indian Creek Camp on April 22-24th as we strive to overcome our excuses and step up in Christ through worship, breakout sessions and fellowship together.

Registration extended! It will re-open April 17 at 12PM NOON for 12 hours (until midnight)
Eventbrite - KYTN Young Adult Retreat NO_EXCUSES

Memphis Festival of Faith

MFOF Announcement

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Eastern Kentucky Camp Meeting

Announcement

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New Pastor at Taylor Mill Church

TAYLOR MILL GETS NEW PASTOR

Recently, Tom Bentley assumed the duties as pastor of the Taylor Mill, Ky. Church. He and his wife, Julie, and their 14 year old son, Eli, are excited to be in the Midwest/Southern region of the country since the Bentleys are originally from Ohio.

Julie Bentley is a fourth generation Adventist; however, Tom Bentley, who was a research engineer for the Air Force, did not join the church until after they were married. He received extensive Bible studies from the then pastor of the Beavercreek, Ohio Church, accepted Christ as his personal Savior, and was baptized in 1997.

Shortly after his baptism, the Bentleys decided to leave their careers and serve as missionaries. They served at a Navajo mission south of Phoenix, Ariz. for 1½ years. But, in 2001 the Bentleys decided God was calling them to the seminary at Andrews University.

After seminary, Tom Bentley served in the Minnesota Conference and then the Oregon Conference. Bentley believes that the Lord has shown him that, “we are living in a time appointed for Him to return for His church. We are living in the last days, and I pray that as we labor for Him that our goal will be to prepare people to meet Jesus.”

—BY RANDY PHIPPS

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Prayer for the Bentleys as they begin their ministry at Taylor Mill.

Portland Church Shares With the Community

Food-Pantry

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