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PAGE 2B -HObANSVILI HOME NEWS - APRIL 27, 2000 Know that God has a plan for each person's life. To under- stand His plan, we must make a Godly heart our priority. But the Lord said to Samuel, "Do not consider his appearance or his height, for I have rejected him. The Lord does not look at the things man looks at. Man looks at the outward appear- ance, but the Lord looks at the heart" (1 Samuel 16:7 NIV). The heard refers to life's intellectu- al, emotional, and spiritual aspects. God looks at the whole of a person's inward life, not merely the outward expression. To serve God well, we must have a Godly heart, be faithful to the tasks he gives to us, and know His pbwer enables us to serve Him effectively. This begins a five week HAVE YOU BEEN DENIED AUTO LOANS DUE TO YOUR PAST CREDIT HISTORY? GOOD CREDIT, BAD CREDIT, NO CREDIT ?!? CALL TODAY for a quick over the phone qualification. 706-652-1259 1-888-724-2277 TOLL FREE series with a lesson entitled, "Willie To Serve." As we begin our new study theme in May entitled, "Seeking God's Heart: Lessons from David's Life", we will endeav- or to let David's life teach us some principles he learned. IF WE ARE seeking God's heart in every aspect of our lives, these lessons can help us to learn about serving God well, standing courageously for Him, admitting our sins and receiv- ing forgiveness from God, seek- ing and obeying the Lord's will and making our lives count for God. We are called to recognize that He is working in us. And with that recognition we can commit to live holy and faith- ful lives. Receive a blessing from this study that teaches about how we can best serve the Lord. Afterwards, be with us to praise and worship the Lord as our pastor continues a study of Genesis. At 7PM we join with other churches in the Hogansville Ministerial Association for the fifth Sunday night Song Service at First Baptist Church. Join in praising the Lord in song and receive His blessings. ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, everyone is invited to our monthly fellowship supper at 6:30PM followed by Bible study and prayer at 7 PM. SECRETARY OF STATE Cathy Cox, is shown presenting Bruce Malloy vice president Horizon Medical Products with the GEDA Outstanding Existing Industry Award. Pictured left to Malloy, Jennifer Elliott of the Manchester Development Authority, William Peterson, Jr. Medical Products, George Chapman, chairman of Manchester Development Authority; Dorsey Wilson, Barbara Wilson of the Manchester Business Association, Susie Davis, Brad Scott Moeller, David smith and Jeff Dill all of Horizon Medical Products. MounWille Community Club met April 17 to hear Charles Grantham present a program on "Backyard Conservation." President Jackie Jones introduced the speaker, who is District Conservationist for the Federal Agency of Natural Resources Conservation Services. Grantham explained ten conservation activities, adapt- ed from can be used in to help improve ment, help the area more enjoyable. In addition hc brochures to implement these tion practices. A answer ' Banks and Financial Lenders will be at LARRY RICH NISSAN PRESIDENT JONES welcomed newcomers and ing: newcomers FlorineAnderson built a new home in guests - Charles Grantham of and Faye Jones daughter Victoria Rand3 all of the DOWN PAYMENT Example: 99 Nissan Sentra, $97 down payment for 60 months thru NMAC, Payments $264.84. Plus tax & GA title. With approved credit. 3.9% Available on $2000 rebate available V E H I C L E "''" Crew Cab & Quest for on 2000 Pathfinder, 24 months, 36 m0nths=4., ACQUISITION SALE These cars "lave to be sold regardless of loss or profit! 0000.sPMTHURS.,APRIL271 [FRIDAY, APRIL28 / APRIL 29/ [MON., MAY Pick the =ayments on the Vehicle of your Choice... Past Credit ['r0blems...NO PROBLEM, All Credit Applications will be accepted the devotion, "Trust in the Samfintha Jones food. He is the son Richard Mountville and a student at School. Samantha is the Leslie Jones and er at Mountville School. President Jackie ognized birthdays bers in April, led the group in Birthday." Hostesses for dish dinner Wilson, Angela Wanda Costley. REPORTS by Secretary Gayla Treasurer, Wanda Mrs. Jones report from the committee for the new year, Representing tee, Williette mended the were approved. Secretary Treasurer and Chairman Publicity Towns; and Wilson, Nancy Angela Chambers. INSTEAD of a dent and program a sign up sheet video ing to be res grams. The club to present a gift to Mills in rugs donated each guest speakers. The president that the next meetin held on May 22 Mountville Baptist choir will present a