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[-tOGANSVILIA2 HOME NEWS -,IANt ?,IY t.;, i)t il,  x ,i-: ) e thrill of the New Year (ring a new century has choollY passed on now and we gin. |cansare wondering what elasS anxiety was about anu (;cole are Wondering what to rs. It isK t" Well, there are plenty ; to d "ns that far outweigh the to h ug anxiety. -u)vat/r one, we can't help but :am erjust when the next out. ) doul}.t violence will occur an.a s for 1} t will be. Surely W e don't the that the spate of violence ,ui, dea! schools is over, although x in Would ap reciate that :'r/__ th -P - - an I (I have granacnil- )uhl b hi school!). But as long as to ho a SOciety of Americans on th$ ue to ignore God as if He ,rated  exist and continue to mid de the spiritual hunger of a vt ld and Harris, the perpe- ,letsfS of the violence of e,d fo bine High, was brought y. ) clearly in the videos they of themselves just before -'recked havoc at their 111 last April 20. I/hey even apologized to parents for being so T . g. hey did not understand leap elves. They knew how to but not how to love, they :stood violence, but not Should I do with my A seemingly simple ques- people do not seem to creates life and 1 Quietus life through Christ. an et do not seem to know how );,,,tlue their lives and others ewei.People today demonstrate in tlicting ideasabout thevalue a or  man hfe. mh)n the one hand reports of v,ion, euthanasia, neglect, ingtIe and violent crime are hd$ spread in our society. .f te reports give the idea that 193' do not see human life as Neg value. 11 iSN THE OTHER ItAND, e are obsessed with person- ---@lth, spending much time oney on physical fitness. f these people fail to under- id that all life is in God's The Way I See It Harold Willis peace. They wanted fame, but they achieved infamy. They had learned how to destroy life, but had not learned what life is all about. Our children and grandchil- dren deserve to be informed about the whole truth. We are creatures made in the image of God and by His own "hands." We were created for one pur- pose and that is to know Him, to love and serve Him. Our children are our her- itage from the Lord and we have the responsibility to train them in the way they should go (Psalm 127:3; Proverbs 22:6). If we give our children the very best education our schools can provide and withhold from them the truth about their need for a personal relationship with God, what advantage will their education be? If they obtain the knowledge to "make their for- tune" in this world, and do not have assurance of an eternal home in heaven, what will that knowledge be worth? Because we are made of God's own hand, we are creat- ed with a spiritual vacuum that only God can fill. There is a heart hunger in our land today. People are becoming aware that there is more to life than acquiring property and earn- ing. money. Our young people are searching for something that will give meaning to life. They are weary of the fear and the possibility of violence they face daily. When they are willing to turn to God and when we become the responsible Christians we should be to instruct them, God is willing to "hear from heaven, and will for- give (our) sins and heal (our) land." May that be what the New Year brings. How desper- ately we need it! What can you do as a par- ent or grandparent? Start by attending your church's Sunday Bible Study and take your children and grandchil- dren with you. Don't just go when it is convenient. Go reg- ularly. The Lord's Day comes once a week! Then spend some time with the Lord in Bible study and prayer daily. If you give Him the opportunity, He will make Himself and His blessings known to you. Then the New Year can really bring you the best that life has to offer. Baptist Church By Jane Gottshall hands. They miss the impor- tance of real life which is the abundant and eternal life in Christ. By ignoring one's spiri- tual health, one's external life is in jeopardy of loss. A faithful steward is concerned about every aspect of life as God's gift to them and to others. "For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life." (John 3:16) When we accept this gift of eternal life through faith in Christ, we are to become stewards of the precious gift of physical life that God had entrusted to us. We are to value it for ourselves and for others and we are to share with others His gift of abundant and eternal life. Join us on January 16 in our lesson entitled "Life to Treasure." As we continue our series on "Managing God's Assets," we want to learn to value human life according to God's standards. Sunday school classes for all ages begin at 10 a.m. Join us in praising God for His gift of life in worship serv- ices at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. at Highland Baptist Church locat- ed at 407 Askew Avenue in Hogansville. JOIN US AT 7 P.M. on Wednesday for Bible Study and prayers of thanksgiving for life and for physical and spiritual healing. Make your prayer requests to 706-637-4217. Join us in appreciating the joy of life and christian fellow- ship on Thursday, January 20, at the Happy 60's covered dish supper. Chamber of Commerce Meeting Georgia's second, largest industry, tourism, will be the focus of Howard "Bo" Callaway's speech at the Annual Meeting of the LaGrange-qYoup County Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, January 13, at 7 p.m. at Highland Country Club. Callaway Gardens has often been referred to as "The jewel of West Georgia" and Mr Callaway, an entertaining and informative speaker, will share the success story of this region- al attraction and the exciting plans for its future as well as the" impact of tourism on our local economy. Tile annual meeting will also feature dinner, election of offi cer5 all(! I));i)'d nlenlbers, and I'eC.Ogillt ili )t volunteers, "File cost is :.; )it p(.,r person. Tickets are slitl available, but seating is limilcd, :rod no tickets will be sold at tht door. Those interest- ed in ,)1 t, ruling should reserve their t h I,Ct  today by calling :,,: Chamber o t'onunerce at 884- 8671 First Baptist Happenings by Patti Phillips Sunday School: CONGRAT- ULATIONS to the Homer Wilson Class on having 100% perfect attendance on Sunday. Carl Bennett is their teacher. AS YOU PRAY, remember: Mr. and Mrs. Tom Keith, Ruth Cagle, Bob Tillman, Avis Hammond, Ruby Teel, Lucille Friend, Louise Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bonner, Howard Willis, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Burks, Press Miller, Pauline Powers, Ray Lankford, Christopher Cross, V.R. Stephens, C.E. Stevenson, Naomi Cagle and Poley Spivey. OUR CHRISTIAN SYMPA- THY is extended to the family of Winnie P. Trussell at her recent death. The Adult Choir Special Music Sunday morning was "He's Everything to Me," writ ten by Mosie IJster. Rev. Harold Willis began his series of Sunday morning ser- mons on the Sermon on the Mount that he has entitled, "The Way To Happiness". The set mon January 8th was "A Mountaintop Sermon" (Matthew 5: i-2) THE WINTER BIBLE study began on Wednesday, January 12, 2000, "Live for the Future Now" a study of I and II Thessalonians writtei by Dr. Michael Martin, profe.ssor of New Testament and (;reck at (;olden Gate Theological Seminary. The study is being taught by Rev. Harold willis for four consecutive Wednesday nights, beginning at 7 p.m. Beth and Tony Maxwell are teaching the same study course during the same time to our youth and children. Baptist Men's Day at our church is January 23. We will be the host church for the fifth Sunday night song service, January 30 a 7 p.m. that is sponsored by the Hogansville Ministerial Association. Refreshments will be served immediately following the serv- ice in the church fellowship hall. This is a community-wide event. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH is located at 500 East Main Street in Hogansville. We wel- come you to come to our church if you don't have a church home. Rev. Harold Willis is our pastor. The General WOM of the ttogansville First Baptist Church met there following the Family Night Supper of January 5, 2000 with seven present. They were: Lillian Howell, Myriam qlwbyfield, Ette Bennett, Belle Willis, Mavis Phillips, Pattie t)hillips and Meredith Rhodes. Following the business meet- ing, Mrs. Turbyfield presented the program "Living In The Power Of The Holy Spirit." The Betty Carpenter Circle meet- ing was January 10, 2000 at the church. WMU Focus Week will be February 14-20, 2000. TIlE MEN'S MINIS'FRY' (1'( merly Ih'otherhood) met at tht vhurch Wednesday night, ,lalmary 5, 20(10 with: l,ewis lqulips, ('lem tlowell, Reid Thoml)S,m. Carl Bcrmelt, and Rev tlarold Willis present. ,. ,,., _ AUTO TECHNICIANS We offer I you: Unlimited earning potential based or) your expeuence Cornprehensive benefit program - medical and life Ins., vacation5 and 401K pint/ 10 apply yOU sh()ut(J ),ave: ol-3 years expetie)ce in It/e auto field Desire t) be tie best in your field and ready to join a dynamic glowing o)ganization. If you are ready for a rewarding ctlallenge, and your work qualifications rneel lhe above. caJt to) app(>iihl tet I Jesse Toole Tire Pro Inc. 8463267 Drink & Shrink Doctor The Hottest Product In The Weight Loss Induslt3'. Works Like Magic! ,t13' Good-bye b [/nleanted Pounds ,nd ilello To Added Energ3,! Dramatic Results ....... Proven effectiveness. Natisfaction Guaranteed 11's Only A Phone Call Away! Libra00 News Public Library Tina Potter to our as youth librarian. Potter received her in child development related care from West Tech and has worked iogansville Elementary as aicher's assistant since last her. Slhe is currently working rd e Extension Lab and teach- e s Great Leaps" s_._ to the third mnlr ttth grades. "Great Leaps," )dy_acling improvement pro- 1 t' helps students to make -cl.P to the next level in their aning skills. itl_ ith S. POTTER HAS BEEN a ato/ldent of Hogansville for rOUY years and is married to n Potter Her two children, op.h. inthe, age 17 and Alan, age 11, see[ are students at Callaway. She is a member of Highland Baptist Church and enjoys singing in the choir. Ms. Potter expressed great enthusiasm for her role in teaching reading and is excit- ed about the opportunity to expand this role in our library. Her love of books and commit- ment to family literary makes her a real asset to our library. She is looking forward to devel- oping a fun program of activi- ties for our summer reading club. Come in and welcome her to our staff. AN OPPORTUNITY TO make a difference will be pre- sented to librarians and library board members at Legislative Day on January 20. Those attending will be discussing two topics that are very important for Georgia's libraries. To con- tinue to provide quality serv- ice to our citizens, additional funding is needed. A new con- struction program to remodel and build new library facilities is being considered by the state legislature. Another measure. concerns the need to raise the per capita funding provided for the purchase of books. The cost of books continues to increase but this funding has not been increased in many years, so libraries are able to buy fewer books each year. You can help by letting your state legislators know that you support increased funding for books and facility construction in your state library system. Hogansville, Georgia We will be closed on Monday, January 17% 2000 to observe the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday. We will reopen with regu- lar business hours on Tuesday, January 18% Member FDIC Ingles Supermarket Branch Main Office 1890 E. Main Street 111 High Street Phone: (706) 637-9925 Phone: (706) 637-6621 n =,) , . I ) Off I,i ' " . o. o.,>,,,, We've been busy taking inventory but it's easier to put it on sale than count every lit- The Corner of Broad and Main Slreels in Manchester tie item. Come on by and save on famous brand merchandise. 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