Romans 12:4,5, "Just as each of us has one body with many members, and these members do not all have the same function, so in Christ we who are many form one body, and each member belongs to all others.
The Elkhorn Creek meanders it's way through Franklin County, Kentucky and past one of the county's foremost historical landmarks, Peaks Mill Christian Church. The subject of a legendary Paul Sawyer print, this church house is more than just a pristine little church building. It is home to one of the most caring body of believers in Christianity today. The church at Peaks Mill has always been known for its compassion and generosity. Established in 1891 with a missionary mind this congregation still has a passion for mission work with better than twenty percent of it's annual budget going to mission projects. The faith of this congregation is as legendary as its location. For years this congregation has stood firmly on the precepts and doctrines of God's holy and inspired Word. When others have taken a more politically correct route, Peaks Mill has stood on the Word of God. For generations, prayer has been the standard by which this body has survived and flourished. Things happen when God's people pray. Generosity has been more than just custom at Peaks Mill; it still is a lifestyle. Genuine concern and caring abound in this place. When attending services, visitors to Peaks Mill Christian Church always notice the friendly atmosphere with which they are greeted. Reading this description of the body at Peaks Mill, someone might comment, "There is no place on earth like this. It sounds too much like heaven."
Well, it ain't heaven, but it's close.
Brother Ronnie McKinney