Hope for Living: Sometimes what Jesus asks is hard
“I am the living bread that came down from heaven. Whoever eats this bread will live forever. This bread is my flesh, which I will give for the life of the world.”
Borgman: Online shopping is click, buy, return, repeat
I sometimes wonder what my return rate is on the merchandise I buy online.
Church notes for March 4
Services take place Sunday unless otherwise noted.
Here is a list of events happening in Hancock County this weekend and beyond. If you know of an upcoming community event that you’d like to see featured here, email [email protected]
‘Makers of disciples’: Group forming to promote evangelism locally
GREENFIELD — When Rich Bailey thinks about evangelism, he remembers a quote from 1800s pastor and writer Charles Spurgeon: “If sinners be damned, at least let them leap to Hell … with our arms wrapped about their knees, imploring them … let not one go unwarned or unprayed for.”
‘Best Year of Your Life’: Exchange students embrace local culture while living in Hancock...
HANCOCK COUNTY — It was mass chaos Wednesday night at Rob and Holly Siegel’s house in Fountaintown, where a trio of 16-year-old girls could be heard laughing as the smoke alarm rang out.
Soft touch: Group at church reaches out in compassion through quilts, other handmade items
FOUNTAINTOWN — One woman keeps the quilt draped over a rocking chair, a soothing reminder of her late husband.
Local groups wrap up holiday events, look ahead to 2023
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Healthy Community Awards nominations open
Fortville newspaper archives now available
The Hancock County Historical Society (HCHS) is pleased to announce that the Fortville Tribune (1940-1985) and Fortville Community Shopper (1979-2005) newspapers have been digitized and are now keyword searchable on Newspapers.com. Subscribers may view the Fortville papers from the comfort of home, or search the database for free at the Hancock County Public Library with your library card.