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Central prepares to celebrate all-powerful God
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Celebrating a God who is alive, all-powerful and active in human affairs, the annual gospel meeting at Central Church of Christ invites members of the community – believers, non-believers and the undecided – to four days of studies on divine interaction on our busy and often-troubled and complicated lives.“Our God, He is Alive” is the theme for the series led by visiting speaker Paul Sain, minister of East Hill Church of Christ in Pulaski.The meeting starts with Bible study and worship Sunday morning, Aug. 18, and continues with evenings services at 7 p.m. through Wednesday, Aug. 21. Central’s auditorium is on Morford Street, just north of the Warren County Courthouse.The annual gospel meetings at Central are part of the historical legacy of Warren County, as the congregation traces its origin to pioneer revivalist preaching in the early 1800s. The first Central members often worshipped beneath brush arbors and sometimes in the primitive, log-built county courthouse.“It is an understatement to say I am excitedly looking forward to being with you,” Sain said.