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PAGE 10-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JULY 24, 2003 HONORS-TIffany V. Dyal, grad- uate of the class of 2003, Manchester High School, is the recipient of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Scholarship Award, presented by the Theta Xi Omega Chapter of LaGrange. She is also a recip- ient of the Sol C. Johnson Scholarship of the Order of Eastern Star, Jurisdiction of Georgia. Tiffany was honored with a book award presented by the Manchester - Greenville Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Tiffany has also been awarded q-he Spirit of America" Award. She is the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Henry Dyal of Warm Springs, and will be entering Columbus State University this fall. Fall Revival Will Include Ventriloquist Dr. Keith Fordham, a Vocational Evangelist and Ventriloquist with his Pal, "Homer" from Harps Crossing Baptist Church in Fayetteville will lead the Fall Revival at the Hogansville First Baptist Church, 500 East Main Street August 17- 20. Services will be: Sunday, 11 A.M. and Sunday- Wednesday nights, 7 P.M. The Theme is: "The Offer Still Stands." Special events for these days are as follows: High Attendance Day in Sunday School on the 17th at 10 A.M. Dr. Fordham and "Homer" will have the Sunday School Assembly at 9:45 A.M. Nightly services begin at 7:00 P.M. with Sunday School Night on Sunday, Youth Night on Monday with a Meal served to them at 6 P.M., Children's Night on Tuesday with a Meal served to them at 6 P.M. and Family night on Wednesday with Desserts afterwards. According to the Publicity Release 2003: Keith Fordham is a dynamic, deeply spiritual evangelist, who is one of God's greatly used men. His messages are timely, refreshing, always Bible centered, energetic, and directly to the point- namely Salvation of Souls. Keith Fordham offers a wealth of experience as he has served many churches across the nation. Over 1150 revivals, more than 29 years of full-time evangelism, cru- sades in the U.S., Canada, and India, add a host of thrilling illustrations to his sermons. He often speaks to pastors and deacons at pastor's con- ferences and state and nation- al Evangelism Conferences. There have been thou- sands of professions of faith and other decisions for Christ under his preaching. He was a Vice President of the Georgia Baptist Convention. He has served three terms as President of the Conference of Georgia Evangelists. He currently serves on the Advisory Board of North Greenville College. Keith is a graduate of Samford University, has a Master of Divinity from New Orleans Theological Seminary and a Doctor of Ministry from Immanuel Theological Seminary. Keith is married to the former Shirley AliceWaldrop of Forest Park, Georgia. They have two children-Mrs. Angela Risher (Graduate of the University of Mobile) and Sam who is currently a stu- dent at North Greenville College. Sam has answered the call to preach. Keith's son Sam is an accomplished ven- triloquist. Keith's family traveled with him for over 16 years. At this time Keith's wife Shirley generally travels with him. Keith's unique ministry includes his "Pal", Homer. Keith is a graduate of the Maher School of Ventriloquism and is also a member of the North American Association of Ventriloquists. Keith effec- tively uses Homer, his dummy, to teach Bible sto- ries and to present brief Gospel messages, especially reaching school age children and youth. Homer attracts adults and youth alike to the nightly revival services. Keith's wife teaches Bible les- sons with her "Pal", Joy. The public is cordially invited to attend these serv- ices. Childcare will be pro- vided for birth-three years of age. If you need more infor- mation, call the church office at: 637-8731. Rev. Harold Willis is Pastor. Deacon of the week: Ken Hines (July 13) & Kenneth Dial (July 20). Remember the sick, shut- ins and bereaved in prayer. The Adult Choir Special Music was "Great and Wonderful God" (July 13) & "I Want to See You" (July 20). We had The Observance of The Lord's Supper on July 13. AWANA Clubs "End of the School Year" cook-out was July 19 at the home of Ken & Marie Hines. We had Fellowship Time and Refreshments before Sunday School on July 20. We had Baptism of Chris McMillan July 20. Rev. Harold Willis' morn- ing message on July 13 from a Series about the Church was "The Church That Jesus Builds" with text of Matthew 16:13-20. That night, his mes- sage was "The Task of the Church" and a text of Acts 1: 6-8. The July 20 morning mes- sage by our pastor was "Spiritually Free, Scripturally Responsible" with a text of I Peter 2: 1-5, 9-10. Beginning on Sunday morning, August 3 at 9:30 a.m., he will begin to teach a course about cults, the occult, several Eastern religions and various American religions, including some Christian denominations. This is an overview with some printed materials to be carried home for further studies. The teaching time here is 25 minutes with Sunday School following at 10 a.m. He plans to continue teaching as long as there is interest in him doing so. The public is cordially invited to these sessions. Rev. Willis is Revival August Baptist Church Meriwether County! Dr. Billy Burks is McKenzie Dr. Keith Fayetteville August 17-20. Sunday morning and nights are at 7 p.m. Cam[ host a Cottage Meeting in your if you want to be on l phone committee tact either Mavis Belle Willis. We were happy If' home, worship with us Hogansville First Church, located at Main Street. Always remember to for- get the troubles that passed your way, but never forget to remember the blessings that come each day. Happy Anniversary goes out to the following couples: Mr. & Mrs. Anthony (Patricia) Portress, Sr. on their 30th on July 22 and Mr. & Mrs. Henri (Constance) Rosser on their 13th on July.28. We wish them many, many more! A very special happy birthday to Mr. Joe Duncan of Grantville on July 25. Remember that I love you, from your wife, Mrs. Melissa Duncan. Our belated sympathy goes out to the family of Mrs. Bertha Dobbs Colton of St. Marks in her death. Wishing you peace and comfort. Happy Birthday wishes go out to: Mr. Charles Anderson, Venise Black, great granddaughter of Rev. G. A. Black, Mr. Johnny Edward Blount, Jr., Mrs. Juanita Broughton, Jeremiah Colton, Shondra Colton, Mrs. Catherine Gates, Mr. Tony Glanton, Ms. Annette Freeman, in memory of Mrs. Roxie C. Burks, Ms. Evelyn Heard, Mr. Eddie Roy Hines, Mr. William Hill, Mrs. Mary D. Colton, Tracy Colton, Mr. Steve Colton, Mr. Tony Colton, Mr. Willie Coverson, Jeremy Brown, Rev. Hazel C. Horne, Ms. Tawanda Hussey, Tylus Lesley, Ms. Sabrina Milner, Ms. Mary C. Elder, in memory of Mr. Edmond Leigh, Sr., Mr. Anthony Portress, St., Mrs. W. 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