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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - P'EBRUAPY ,5, 2000 - PAGt 3 ,ean, i ke, Tett,  'atts, Simps antonio anny O Lonnie   , Jim B,  By J. Dan Stout/Staff IN CHEERLEADING - Crystal Ward was presented at the Callaway High Fall Athletic Banquet night. v Beginnings Full Gospel 260 Hwy 54 at Pastor James 812-9306. Lg worship 11 Church 11:15 service 6 p.m. at 7 p.m. Bible Youth Meeting every p.m. sermon 1 10:1-28: No matter what God has taken you out of, you can still fall! Evening: John 209:19-31 and Romans 8:24-28. Don't be a doubting Thomas. Blessed are they that have not seen but yet they have believed. W ' . " e re having really good dis- cusslons m Bible Study. Come join us. Bring your children too for youth services. Thought for the week: The gospel is contagious - spread it. t Too Good To Believe. TM DEN CHOICE BUFFET! q4 ' .99 ,'", 3 & Under Fmel /'') ANY TIME ANY DAY _Umlted Time Only ' BUFFET. BAKERY . Senior Citizens Anytime, Any Day Dessert Included In Our Buffet Price! LaGrange, GA -'.,,, (706) 882-7555 (,, Hwy 27 - hJorth NEW HOPE FOR STROKE SURVIVORS William C. Flanagan, Jr., M.D. lids u announces the opening of :ynol 'k "0000NEUROSTROKE GEORGIA ,ors npsoa lure lka , CENTER (One of two in the U.S.) ;versing Stroke Deficits regardless of severity or time since stroke occured .Closed Head Iniuries Chronic Migraines not responding to conventional" treatment St. Francis Medical Park, Suite A-2 Columbus, Georgia 31904 For Appointments and Information (706) 323-4109 " Dr. Flanagan is a stroke survivor j who understands your needs... 1 DEACON OF THE WEEK - Joe Travis Congratulations to the Homer Wilson Sunday School Class on having 100% atten- dance on January 30. Carl Bennett is their teacher. As you pray, remember: Bob Tillman; Avis Hammond; Ruby Teel; Louise Wilson; Howard Willis; M/M Clyde Burks; Press Miller; Opal Boner; Carol Braswell; Tom Keith; Pauline Powers; Chris Cross; Keith Brown; Y. R. Stephens; Will Wright; C. F. Stevenson; M/M Travis Chaffin; and M/M A1 Swanson. OUR CHRISTIAN sympa- thy is extended to the family of Luciene St. Germaine at his recent death. He was the broth- er of Mrs. Press (Jean) Miller. A different youth of our church reads the morning scrip- ture now. Last Sunday we had Stuart Lee reading. This past Sunday, we had Imesha Rhodes reading. The adult choir special on Sunday morning was "What A Friend We Have in Jesus". OUR PASTOR, Rev. Harold Willis, continued his series of sermons, "The Way to Happiness," on Sunday morn- ing with "The Salt of the Earth" from the text of Matthew 5:13. He began with the introduction of having described the char- acter of the right kind of Christian in the Beatitudes (Matthew 5: 3-12), Jesus then gave the contribution such a character would make upon society. I. You are the salt of the earth A. Who?: Kingdom Citizens. The group as a whole. People were changed and were being changed. They were peo- ple of a distinctive character. B What? 1. Salt makes food tasty. 2. Salt is a preservative. 3. Salt makes people thirsty. II. If it loses its saltiness, it is good for nothing.Conclusion: God depends entirely on Christians to be the instruments of his pur- pose of his purpose to evangel- ize the world. He has no alter- nate plan. WELCOME NEW members Betty Deaton, Fred Deaton and Darryl Mayo. The HogansviUe Ministerial Association sponsored Fifth Sunday Night song service that was to be held Sunday night at our church was canceled due to the weather, death in one of the churches participating and other factors. The next one is scheduled for April 10 at 7 p.m. at Hogansville First Baptist Church with refreshments fol- lowing in the church fellowship hall. Our monthly family night supper and organizational meetings were scheduled for Wednesday, February 2. The Betty Carpenter Circle is scheduled to meet at the church on February 7. THE FBC YOUTH group is having a food drive on February 20 to stock up the church's food pantry. This is a church wide project. Beginning on April 1, there will be a youth lawn main- tenance program. There will be no charge for the lawn mainte- nance and it will be done as needed for homebound people and people of our church who are ill, " WMU FOCUS is February 20. HAPPY BIRTHDAY in February to: Cathy Keith and Liz Parks on 2/1; Jimmie Weems on 2/4; Estelle Neighbors on 2/8; Kathy Yarbrough on 2/19; Stuart Lee on 2/11; Wilson St. Clair, Mary Waldrop and Joan Williams on 2/13; Joseph Keith on 2/15; Leilia Stroud on 2/17; Etta Bennett and Devlin Spradlin on 2/18; Ella Pittman on 2/20; Bill Davis and Aaron Harris on 2/23; Maxine Cramson on 2/27; and Mary Kathryn Gillespie on 2/29. HAPPY WEDDING anniversary in February to: M/M Merlin Webb on 2/4; M/M Philip Waldrop on 2/22; M/M Jim Campbell on 2/23; and M/M Chris Campbell on 2/27. Past Credit Past Credit Problems? t.800.227.5626 GIFT WITH PURCHASE Receive a FREE baby bag while supplies last!