Whitfield Academy senior Luke Wheatley only played one tennis match before spring sports were canceled due to COVID-19. He lost that match and never got a chance at redemption.
Mother’s Day celebrations may be tricky amid COVID-19 quarantines. It may be the year of homemade cards, small celebrations and gifts ordered online.
There were few breaks in lines of cars delivering trunks full of nonperishable food items to Southeast Christian Church campuses April 24 and 27 during the Urgent Needs Food Drive, a lifeline for area food pantries that have struggled to keep enough food on hand to meet needs.
When Southeast Christian Church’s leadership decided to help the Louisville community with a Red Cross blood drive, they had no idea that 300 appointments would be filled in two days. Those who volunteered too late asked when the church will do it again.
Easter may look different this year because of social distancing guidelines due to the coronavirus pandemic, but one thing never changes: the hope brought to all of us by a risen Savior.
This past Sunday, former Southeast Christian Church Senior Pastor Dave Stone preached to 8,000 empty seats at Southeast’s Blankenbaker Campus.
Pampering is not on the to-do lists single moms shuffle through every day. And there never seems to be enough time to cover every demand.
Spending time among elderly and sick people can be confusing or frightening for any child. For young Josh Brown, however, Sunday visits to a Shively nursing home provided lessons in Christlike compassion that helped prepare him for his present service as connections pastor at Southeast Chris…
When Innocents and Flavia Hagumimana and their four children, Asheri, Hodari, Grace and Sifa, lost everything in an apartment fire in September, Southeast member Candy Konkler gathered the body of Christ together and watched God meet their needs.
In the midst of doing life together—going to the movies, shopping, grabbing coffee, gearing up for a sports game, sharing a meal or helping with homework—transparency takes place and transforms relationships.
Larry Spann didn’t know federal prison would be the place where God would get his attention again.
Bill Thatch and his wife, Pat, prayed for more than 20 years for their only son, Kyle Thatch, to make the decision to follow Christ and be baptized.
The meaning behind the word “love” lies lost beneath layers of song lyrics, slogans, clothing lines, TV shows, bookshelves and food.
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