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PAGE 2 - HOGANSVmLE HOME NEWS - MARCH 9, 2000 iilfiih" ........ The Video "By All Means" was shown at the North American Mission Study Feb. 29th at Antioch Baptist Church by Mildred Robinson. Attending from our church were: Mavis Garrett, Mary Kathryn Gillespie and Belle Willis. Welcome new members (Feb. 27): Latisha Mitchem and Shay Rhodes. Deacon of the week: Tab Chaffin (Feb. 27) and Johnny MOBILE HOMES Don't waste your ne shopping ... come to the right place the t me. Call 1-8oo-336-8o6. Inoking for a trailer? Can someone else.., if your looking for a home can Palm Harbor Village. Who's open after everybody else doses... I know we are! Leave out the middle man and save money today! Buy factory direct and save. Call today! Must sell home due to illness... please call ASAP! Why "rent for a while" when you can "Own in style?" Pllm 00n'llou' VllUanqlt 3605 Pepperell Pkwy. Openka, AL (334) 7492229 (800) 3368016 Stone (March 5). Carlos Whatley, who was bap- tized last Sunday night (Feb. 27) was presented with a Baptismal Certificate by Rev. Willis and a Teen Study Bible by Tony Maxwell during the March 5 Sunday morning worship service, Congratulations to the Homer Wilson Sunday School Class with Carl Bennett as their teacher on having 100% perfect attendance the last two weeks (Feb. 27 and March 5). As you pray, remember: Bob Tillman, Avis Hammond, I_uise Wilson, Howard Willis, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Burks, Press Miller, Chris Otwell, Sherry O'Malley, V. R. Stephans, C. E. Stevenson, Mr. and Mrs. Travis Chaffin, Mr. and Mrs. Swanson and Ray Lankford. The adult choir special music Sunday morning was, "Here I Am, Lord." Our christian sympathy is extended to the family of Elizabeth Ashley at her recent death. Rev. Harold Willis preached Sunday morning with a focus on "The Sermon on the Mount" with a sermon entitled, 'qayola Piety" (Matthew 6:1-4). In his introduc- tion, he said this section of scrip- ture emphasizes outward right- eousness and today we look at Jesus' guidelines for giving to the needy. I. Charitable deeds are required. A. Giving to the needy. B. Giving in secret. Don't sound a trumpet to bring attention. Don't let your left hand know what your right hand is doing. IL Chmtable deeds are rewarded. Trans: Here are seven principles for giving. Crack,lees Auto [l[00ir flhop dud+ Towla insurance Claims Welcome Frame Straightening * Full Collision Repair Paint Matching 24 Hour Towing Available 706-637-5277 DOG DAZE * FESTIVAL Pine Mountain, Georgia gS 10AM- 6PM FREE ADMISSION g S SATURDAY MARCH 18, 2000 SPECIAL EVENTS AND CONTESTS Sponsored by e Pine Mountain Chamber of Commerce For Dogs & Their Human Cmnpmdons Best Dressed Looks Most Like Owner Most Talented Puppy Race Prettiest Ugliest Cake Walk Registration 10-ll A.M. Anyone interested in participating or for more information, call: (7O6) 663-8891 LOOK FOB THE BIG RED ARROW TO FIND THE CELLULAR PLAN THAT'S RIGHT FOB YOU. congratulations! you've found the big red arrow! A PRICE COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION Company * Listed on the American Stock Exchange-symbol PR "35 rOntn In CA, FL, AL, f, NC, TN oty. "Add 55 for an addKtortat ce(lutar ttne feature ted for the first 3 months of service. Add $5 feattn only apply to ;15 rate pm. Offer expires 311100. Certain  apply. zw4ce atlreement reqred. New vatk onty. See store for details. (Some of the seven are listed). Giving from the heart is invest- ing in God (Luke 6:38); Giving should be sacrificial (II Samuel 24: 24); responsibility.for giving has nothing to do with one's wealth (Luke 16:10; and Material gifts correlate to spiritual gifts (Luke 16: 11). The updated church directo- ry is going to be done during the first week of April. So if you haven't already done so, please fill out your name, address, tele- phone number and e-mail address. This needs to be turned in as soon as possible to the church and secretary March 5-12 is the week of prayer for North American Missions and the Annie Armstrong Easter offering with this year's theme: "By All Means." Our youth are having a pizza party March 18. Youth Sunday is March 19 at our church. They will be in charge of the morning worship and Clinton Hughes will be speaking. The youth lawn maintenance program beings April 1 for the shut-ins of our church. This free service will also be available to persons of our church who are ill at the time they need the service. It is time for the annual col- lection of items for the Georgia Baptist Children's Home Year of the Family 2000 Give For The Sake of a Child and needed are: Salsa, refried beans, stovetop stuffing, canned ripe olives and canned mushrooms. These are being collected by the churches of the Western Baptist Association and is a project spon- sored by the WMU. This is church-wide and is due at the church by Sunday, April the 23 with truck loading at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, April the 25 at Hope Memorial Baptist Church. Mark your calendars now children ages 3-up for Vacation Bible School that is scheduled for June 4-8 here at First Baptist Church. Sunday will be times of 6 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. and ends on Thursday night with a hot dog supper and commencement at 7 p.m. Our director fins year is Mrs. Jane Bozeman. The Western Baptist Association is spearheading a drive for the tornado victims in Camilla, Georgia and the disas- ter relief group is asking for the following items to be donated, household clear/Lug sfipplies (detergent, bleach, brooms, mops, pails, etc.); house medical supplies (band-aids, alcohol, per- oxide, etc.); infant supplies (dia- pers, wipes, formula, bottles, blankets, etc.); personal hygiene items (soap, detergent, tooth- paste, toothbrushes, shampoo, shaving cream, razors, feminine products, etc.); and non-perish- able food items. The items are to be carried to Royal Baptist Church March 22 by 5 p.m. and will be taken to Camilla on March 23. After the family night cov- ered-dish supper on March 1, we saw parts of the video=, "By All Mea,o WMU and merly meetings. The Bett met at noon, March 6. Thought can life a Think of someone who lives alone. If no one comes to mind, call your church for the names of such people. Then phone them and ask if you can stop by to pay a visit. Tell them Jesus loves them. Let us continue to pray for our sick and shut-ins: Mr. Roscoe Blalock, Ms. Rosa Emma Anderson, Mr. Dewayne Beasley, Mr. Henry J. Addle, Ms. Pauline Carter, Mrs. Gertrude Cousin, Ms. Geriline Clemens, Mrs. Lucllle Colton, Ms. Carolyn Dean, Mr. Velma Griggs, Mr. Johnny Dean, Mr. Willie Dean Sr., Mrs. Carrie Bell Harden, Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel (Julia) Harris, Mrs. Mary Hall Griggs, Ms, Geraldine J. Hines, Mr. Horace Hardaway, Mrs. Willie Mae Kidd, Mrs. Florence Malone, Mr. Robert Marshall, Mr. John Henry Portress, Mr. Sylvester Rosser Sr., Ms. Mary Strozier, Mrs. Mamie Shuffer, Mrs. Wilma Patterson, Mrs. Roberta Robinson, Mr. Simon Reeves, Mr. Gene Robert Rosser, Mrs. Bessie Glanton, Mrs. Bessie Rosser, Rico Smith, Mrs. Grace Snellings, Revo R. W. Sutton, Mr. Oliver Thompson, Mrs. Tilda Mae Thornton, Ms. Mytrice Daniel, Mrs. Eula Kate Jones, Mr. Zachary Woodard Sr., Mrs. Willie Mae Worthans, and Mrs. Annie Young. A very special happy birth- day to Mrs. Daizell McCambry of Grantville on her 88 years young on March 8 and best wish- es for good healthand more happy birthdays to come. Our deepest sympathy goes out to the family of Ms. Chamica Hardaway and Little Miss D'Keesiyah Hardaway of Decatur in their deaths. "Let not your hearts be troubled." A very special happy birth- day to Mrs. Minnie E. Freeman of St. Marks on her 92 years young on March 13. Best wishes for good health and many more happy birthdays to come. Happy Birthdaywishes goout -i Becky Woody and pastor, and Joetta Sanders for loving our chil- dren and taking time out of their busy lives to help our children, to teach them. A skating party was held, 14 of our teens and children went as a church group and had a great time. Thought for the week: A word of love can make a world of dif- ference. Invite someone to church this week. Pastor message taken from Joshua 22-1 through 31. To be diligent, to love the Lord your God, to keep His command- ments, and walk in his ways, set examples for your children. Evening message: 2 Corn. 7- 1-25 Give thanks to God, for the saints gone on before us, for the teaching and wisdom left to us. Pray, fast, and seek ye Gods face. A special thanks to Jeff, to the following people: Mr. Henry Douglas Blotmt, husband of Mrs. Johnnie Mae Blount, Mr. William (Bubba) Daniel, Ms. JoAnn P. Dean, Mrs. Minnie D. Freeman, Ms. Leonia Black, Antavius D. Carter, Mrs. Peggy Hines, in memory of Mr. Ray Bobby Colton, Christopher Jamal Bussey, Taurus Foster, Ms. Sophia Lattice Heard, in memory of Mr. James robert Hunter, Nathan Hutchinson, Mrs. Bonsha S. Hunter, Mr. Louis E. Malcolm, Mrs. Eva Meadows, in memory of Mr. Frank McLaughlin Sr., Mrs. Rachel C. McGruder, Mrs. Wllma T. Patterson, Jontavious Marques Rutledge, son of Ms. Stephanie Rufledge, Ceon Xrayuaus Shields, grandson of Ms. Willie Mae Harden, Rev. Jimmy Stanley, in memory of Mrs. Leanna Addle Sewell, Jasmine Talley, grand- daughter of MR. and Mrs. Leory (Rosie) Rhodes, Mr. Dennis Sewell I, Derrick Fountain, great grandson of Mrs. Josephine Rosser, Mrs. Ida M. Geter, lee Smith, son of Ms. Miriam Joy Smith, Ms. Frankie Daneille Richardson and in memory of Mrs. Ida Womack. = The St. Paul C. M. E. Church, Lone Oak invites everyone to their annual Women's Day program on Sunday, March 12 at 11:00a.m. Rev. T. D. Brown is the pastor. The Bethlehem Baptist Church, St. Marks Community invites everyone to their Pastor's Appreciation service on Sunday, March 12 at 11:30 a.m. with guest preacher, Rev. Ben Stanley, bring- ing the me;s ii; churches fr'om .... A. Black i:.; the Lucy Stanl,ay, Mr. anl!l McGruder of i renew the March 18 at 4: Hill MissJionary Luthersvilll Driver ALl frie are invited to a NOKIA The White Methodi:st Ch .... invites ,;veryo church annier[ Sunday :mornin$|"re pastor W. E. Geh r sermon.at 11:00 afterncm at  anniver:ary cel. tor of St, Paul  Lone O alongg o family. The pUhe invited 'to atten&: t .. Ms.. "Imy! a Carlos Butler ;:: Florida announ'et merit and forth ct t. Ms. Dawson is till! J t [m late 1V.irs. Janet  1 Larry Shields ofI r is also, the grandd[ m Daisy Dawson .,do: The wedding wi m 2000 (Saturday) | Presbyterian y LaGr ange (. a Mansour's). All flut fives are invited t S eed for tho  serv, our neighllE door for Jesus.   t l 1 excellent greatness!" Psaim 1N):2 11 a. m. SundayeVP We(esday 7 p.Bl God has revealed Himself so that we can know Him and the salvation He provides. But we will never understand the depth of His being. He is worthy of all praises. Immortal invisible, God only wise, in light inaccessible had from our eyes. Most blessed most glorious, the ancient of days, almighty, victorious - Thy great name we praise. Smith We can never praise God too much. Larry Wflliamson brought forth the message Sunday morn- ing from Luke 15:11-15 Sunday evening Johnnie wrflliamson was the speaker, His text was from Matthew 3:1-9. You are cordially invited to come worship with us. Sunday 500 I00 5(Long Nights & Anytime Distance Weekends Minutes & 35 cents Minutes Roaming- GRIFFIN 1303 West Taylor St. (770) 412-9100 wekmme! , u Garden of First, plant five Prayer, Pr  ][h'eparati Next, plant t sq Squash gsii! t. Squash in " Also, planf four Let us be faitlu ttnselfish, l.t us I love one 1Vo garden is co ] turr i Turn up for ch$ I, "Irn up with a g It able spirit, Turn .  ghrn up with a de u make a dift 24-hour Additional Roadside ilne. Assistance & Cellular Insurance MANCHESTER 1140 Warm Springs Hwy. (706) 846-2012 What should Satan? The adversary and Bible, Satan is against people's and is against God's force school lesson on 1 about Satan?" revo ers can overcome faithfulness to CI dragon was hurl ancient serpent c$ or Satan, who le$ world astray. He the earth, and 1 him." (Revelation we continue our Book of Revela learning how to power to overco$ encounter him in o Classes for all ag a.m. Highland is | Askew Avenue ii Worship services | a.m. and 7:00 p.nf] North Amer00l WeekofPrayer March 12. Please tributiorL OurWOMPra Action circle Tuesday, March  the Fellowship H . Bible Study an 0 ing begins at 7'. Wednesday. Call 7f make your prayer  Everyone is in, Happy 60 s Club of music at our md dish supper on The 16. at 6:30 p.m. in