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PAGE 10-A HOGANSVIILE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, SEPT. 5, 2002 Success! By Frances Robinson NOBLE WORK- The Sam&apos;s Bible Class Baptist Church project is giving Bibles to people don't own one. Without the Lord's help this would not be a success. Sam's Bible Class this ministry March 11, 2001. We have I: 1,017 Bibles and passed out the 1,000th September 1st to Johnny Hammett. The sul this ministry comes from the members of S Class except for donations of $306.25. We have asked for donations but appreciate them. If you a Bible please contact one of the men in the pictL Pictured are front row, left to right, Rev. Boatman, Johnny Hammett, Donald Neese; row, Harrell Collins, Larry Dorrough, Roy Barber; roy, Roy Wright, J.D. Daniel, Charles Lee, Williams and Skeet Kent. Sorry, our teacher, Dr. By PATTI PHILUPS As you pray, remember: Our fall revival, Bob Ti!lman, Mr. and Mrs. Press Miller, Lucile Wilson, Pauline Powers, Travis Chaff in, Mary Kathryn Gillespie, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Neighbors, Freda Kelley, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore, Tom Flournoy, Lou Palmer, Wendy Irvin,  Dorothy St. Clair, Wayne Yarbrough, Haley Teasley, Tony Maxwell and Dot Lankford. Worship With The Word: responsive reading #327 "The People of God" Grace and Assurance (John 10: 11, 14-17, 27-29, KJV) was led by Marcus Fowler. We began the new church year on September 1. The day started with prayer meeting led by Marcus Fowler, Sunday School fellowship with Jim and Lynn Campbell providing refreshments and new Sunday School director Huell Stephens leading the assembly. New Sunday School classes began. The Adult Choir special music in the morning worship was ,'Down On My Knees" and Rev. Harold Willis' sermon was "A Profit and Loss Statement" (Philippians 2:7 11). Due to the holiday, there was no evening worship. We had our monthly fam- ily night supper, General WMU, Men's Ministry, etc. last night (September 4) at our church. Our church will observe a day of remembrance Sunday, September 8 at 11 a.m. for those firemen/women and police- men/women that were lost in that awful day last year September 11 when the World Trade Center col- lapsed. Guest speaker will be Rev. Cecil Staton, District 11 candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives. AWANA resumes that night at 6 p.m. Our evening service will move to the "Share Rally" at the new Western Baptist Associational building site in Coweta County, where Dr. Larry Wynn will be the preacher. Dr. Wynn is former Georgia Baptist Convention President and pastor of Hebron Baptist Church in Dacula. Happy Grandparent's Day September 8th! The Betty Carpenter Circle-meets at the church September 9. "See You at the Pole" will be September 18th, 7 a.m. at the Calvin Hipp Park, where area Christians are urged to meet and pray for students, school administrators and teachers. On this day, stu- dents gather and pray around the flagpoles on their cam- puses for schools, teachers and themselves. We will soon be having cottage prayer meetings in homes as a part of our revival preparation. A sign-up sheet ' is available at the church. Our church will host the fifth Sunday night song serv- ice September 29th at 7 p.m. Finger foods will be in the church fellowship hall imme- diately following. This is community-wide. Happy birthday in September to: Myriam Turbyfield on the first, Mavis Garrett on the second, Caroline Waldrep on the third, Bubba Hendrix on the sixth, Beverly Rhodes and Evelyn Hernandez on the sev- enth, Stacie Bagwell and Richard Stroud on the ninth. Bob Tillman on the tenth, Nicholas Suddath on the eleventh, Jason Cruce on the twelfth, Richard White on the fourteenth, Dr. Jerry K. Cross on the twentieth, Frank Crawford, Alvin Irvin and Nita Waldrop on the twenti- eth, Ila Burdette on the twen- ty-sixth, Luann Hendrix on the twenty-seventh Michael Davis and Mary Jo Keith on the twenty-ninth and Wayne Yarbrough on the thirtieth. Happy wedding anniver- sary in September to Mr. and Mrs. Tab Chaffin on the first, Mr. and Mrs. Huell Stephens on the second, Mr. and Mrs. A1 Swanson on the twenty- third and Mr: and Mrs. Bill Davis on the twenty-sixth. World Hunger Day is October 13. WEST GEORGIA TECHNICAL COLLEGE A Real Education f or00Real World Dan-Rio iiomes Homes are 100% Complete. No Application Rejhsed $501.29'* 4 Bedrooms !! 2 Baths ...... < , CallToday for your Free Consultation and Free Pre-Qualifieatian Angela 706.883-3475 or 800-741-2st2 Et 204 Sheila 706-883-3483 or :s12 St 20S Perfect & Less than Perfect Credit Welcome... 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