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Billy J Foster

Benton, KY

#1 Feb 17, 2010
Have uploaded a picture of the Neil House under Photos on this website.
fed up

Spencer, WV

#2 Feb 22, 2010
what a beautiful house. sad that greed trumps a soul.
bob the builder

Menomonie, WI

#3 Feb 22, 2010
we can do it yes we can......
the battle of trenton tour stop is number 13....how unlucky that number is for the Neil House and all the historical Nuts who want to save an old falling in house. if all you people would focus on Chrisitanity and the saving of Souls instead of saving an Old house the town of trenton would be a much better place to live in....Lets worry about the old empty buildings in trenton on industrial drive where we need jobs...hey i got it...there will be a few jobs for some idiots when we tear the house down.......if you Nuts are so worried about saving the historical house then go over and pick up some bricks from the chimney or wood from ground that has fallen off of the house and Make Way for a brand new parking lot for the Presbyterians.....Go Presbyterians..We Can Fix It-----No We Cant
No Name

Memphis, TN

#4 Feb 22, 2010
SHUT UP. If everyone cared so much about the house, why hasn't someone done something about it before now? If it was so important when people saw it wasn't in good shape why didn't our perfect little town of trenton come together and try to keep it up? Because no one cares... ya'll are just looking for something to talk about. If it mattered, you people would have done something to help the house. Actions speak louder than words :)
K Neal - Milan TN

Union Star, KY

#5 Feb 23, 2010
While I have the most utmost respect for history and the structures that our forefathers have left us, I can certainly sympathize with those of you who are disturbed at the churches decision. However, the growth of Trenton's faith as well as the uplifting of Jesus Christ in this community must have meant something remarkable to the Neil's who chose to leave this property to the church. Has anyone stopped to think about what they might say about all of this? Do you think that people so concerned with the growth and establishment of a church in their community, to go so far as to give them the home that they lived their Christian lives in, raised their children with Christian values in etc.....would want the community and people saying such ugly things about this situation. Luke 21:33 tells us that "Heaven and Earth shall pass away, but my words shall not pass away". Are you prayerfully stating your opinions, or are you merely focusing on the money and material items at hand? This church has been blessed with a Godly man who is prayerfully trying to follow what he believes the Lord is telling him to do in order to bring Jesus back to the center of Trenton in a day and time when it needs it the most. Until you have fallen on your own knees, and prayed to know what "God's will" is for this situation, and not MAN's wishes, then please keep the ugly comments about these Christians to yourself. Are you doing your best to uplift the Lord in Trenton? Or, are you verbally attacking those who apparently are, without knowing the whole truth of this dilemma? Start Praying and stop Persecuting!!!

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Trenton, Tennessee is located in Gibson County. Zip codes in Trenton, TN include 38382. The median home price in Trenton is $47 which is roughly $40/per square foot. More Trenton information.