As a detective for the Commonwealth’s Attorney Office, Lee Ann Hardin would pick up prisoners from around the country to bring them back to face charges in Kentucky.
Jennifer Beagle has been abused, molested, trafficked, arrested, addicted to multiple drugs, alone, homeless and hopeless. Except for Jesus, her timeline sounds like a reality show. Only it’s not staged. She survived 24 horrific years.
When Cassie and Jason O’Daniel found out their 7-year-old son, Caden, had a rare brain tumor, they had no clue what the future held.
Courtney Shuster remembers sitting next to a kiddie pool decorated with cartoon fish outside her Danville, Pennsylvania, home last summer and texting her friend, Penny Dyer, inviting her to check out SE Online.
Thousands attended Southeast Christian Church’s Unleashed Conference Saturday, March 6. The virtual conference was an opportunity for all of the Southeast family to use their passions and talents to find serving opportunities throughout the community and make a difference.
Let’s face it: There are no perfect marriages. If you think you’re the only one dealing with marriage issues, think again. Even good marriages have issues.
A year ago, Kamia K’Nuckles was trying to manage depression and anxiety after a failed suicide attempt. A voice in her head said, “Go to church.” She had no idea then it was the Holy Spirit or that her life was about to change.
Unlike most people, TJ and Stef McNelis actually enjoy moving: try nine times across five different states in nine years, often with TJ’s career as a helicopter pilot.
As a meter reader for the Louisville Water Company, Cindy Crawford was going about the rut and routine of work when she witnessed a man and woman arguing across the street.
Though Jesus is the star of the Christmas story, God didn’t send Him in isolation—without a variety of witnesses—but surrounded the Son of God with people of different social statuses, occupations, beliefs and backgrounds. Each person or group played a vital role in the coming of Christ.
Arms full with dinner and a new backpack, a woman started down the street, turned around and came back to see 11-year-old Judah Boger.
Loata McGannon lives in Victoria, Australia, some 10,000 miles from Southeast Christian Church, yet her ties to the church in Louisville are strong. She attends worship services online and belongs to a small group.
Caregivers at the Ukrainian orphanage knew 5-year-old Alex had a heart murmur. They thought it wasn’t serious and that the hole between the upper chambers of his heart might close in time.
Dana Ginter is one of the youngest members at Southeast Christian Church’s Chapel in the Woods Campus. But age is irrelevant. The seniors who attend services at the campus are among her best friends, and the chapel is “her place.”
Pastor Harera Rusaza is celebrating his first Thanksgiving in Louisville. His journey has not always been easy. His voice breaks as he lists all God had done in his life.
Amber Counasse was 39 and knew nothing about church when she decided to check out the Addictions Support and Recovery Group, which meets Wednesday nights as part of Encounter at Southeast Christian Church’s Elizabethtown Campus.
In 1926, Congress encouraged Americans to celebrate every Veterans Day with “thanksgiving and prayer and exercises designed to perpetuate peace through good will and mutual understanding between nations.”
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