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i Y HOGANSVILLE HERALD - THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2017 PAGE 3,A Hogansville Community Calendar American Legion Post karaoke and gdll open 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 16. For more information or reservations call 706-977-4822. Hogansville Pilot Club meeting, 6 p.m Monday, Sept. 18, at the Hogansville Recreation Department. Hogansville City Council meeting, 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 18, in city hall. The public is encouraged to attend. God's Bread Basket food pantry, open 9 a.m. to noon, Thursday, Sept. 21, behind Hogansville SenkxCenter. Sponsored by Hogansville Ministenal Association. Downtown Development Authorlty meeting, 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 26, in Hogansville City Hall. The public is wel- come to attend. Hummingbird/Tower Trail SK Walk/Ru,Saturday, Sept. 30. Registration/sign-in at 8 am, start at 9 am. $20 fee for adults, $15 fee for children 12 and younger. For more information call 706-957-4973. Hogansville Pilot Club meeting, 6 p.m Monday, Oct. 2, at the Hogansville Recreation Department. Hogansville City Coundl meeting, 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 2, in city hall. The public is encouraged to attend. Hummingbird Quilt Guild, 1 p.m Wednesday, Oct. 11, in the Community Room of the HogansvBe Housing Aulhonty. Hogansville Municipal Court, 1:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m Friday, Oct. 13, at the Hogansvige Police Stalion. To have your non-commercial Hogan wille area community event listed in the Community Calendar, send the information to andykober@hotmail.com The deadline is each Monday at noon. Cancer Walk St. Paul CME Church-Lone Oak will hold a Cancer Walk on Saturday, September 16, beginning at 8 a.m. Donations will be accepted in honor of loved ones. Women's Day On Sunday, September 17, 2017, Zion Hill Missionary Baptist Church, Luthersville, Georgia will be celebrating their Annual Women's Day Program at 11:00 am. Pastor Tor /a Cooper, Church of Life, Atlanta, GA will be the guest speaker. The theme is"Women of Purpose working together to make a Difference". Everyone is welcome to attend. Thank you. Tri-County Revival It's that time of the year for our annual Td-County Revival! Starting on Sunday, September 17th thru Friday the 22nd starting each night at 6:30pro. The Schedule for the Revival is as follows: Sunday the 17th- Bro. Ken Dobbs @ Northside Baptist Church,6:30pm; Monday the 18th- Bro. Don Voyles @ Salem Baptist Church,6:30pm; Tuesday the 19th- Bro. Wayne Gannaway @ West End Baptist Church,6:30pm; Wednesday the 20th- Bin. Bill McCollough/Bro. Larry Stegall @ Woodland Bapl t Church,6 10pm; Thursday the 21st-Bro. William Brown@ Shiloh Baptist Church,6:20 pm; Friday the 22rid- Bro. Curt Hampton@ Cove Baptist Chumh,6:20 pm. Come for a great time of worship and fellowship. Alter theserv- ice on Friday night, we will have finger foods in the FellowShip hall at the Cove Baptist. Everyone bdng Your favodte disht We're Praying to Have a Great Revival See You Therel Today, as we have pre- pared to brace for the storm of Hurricane Irma, let us not forget that the power of our prayers are always heard. Joining together, we can gar- ner the strength of Our Heavenly Father. So, let us not forget who holds the fate of us all. Let us not forget, it is not just during times of trouble that we should reach out to Him, but live it every day. I wish to share this pas- sage with you in regards to the time in which we now find our selves Mark 4:35-41New International Version (NIV) Jesus Calms the Storm 35 That day when evening came, he said to his disciples "Let us go over tO the other side." 36 Leaving the crowd behind, they took him along, just as he was, in the boat. There were also other boats with him. 37 A furious squall came up, and the waves broke over the boat, so that it was nearly swamped. 38 Jesus was in the stern, sleeping on a cushion. The disciples woke him and said to him, "Teacher, don't you care ff we drown?" 39 He got up, rebuked the wind and said to the waves, "Quiet! Be still!" Then the wind died down and it was completely calm. 40 He said to his disciples, "Why are you so afraid? Do you still have no faith?" 41 They were terrified and asked each other, "Who is this? Even the wind and the waves obey him!" Today, are we still terri- fied of the things in our lives, or are we trusting and keep- ing our faith strong in the word of our Heavenly Father? May these words help to bring calm to each of you. Please pass this word on so that others may share with those they know. Let us all rebuild our faith and togeth- er become the channels through which God will spread His light in all our lives. May God's Grace keep us all safe through these trying times. This week, I continue to follow God's guidance as my heart and prayers continue to go out to all those who are suffering from the devastat- ing aftermath of the weath- er that is occurring in areas through which the storms are passing. It is the time for all of us who will, to come togeth- er in giving our support, our prayers, and support of all kind needed to help those who are trying to rebuild their lives in the face of so many hardships. Please.remember, if we just put our hands andshoul- ders together, through prayer and actions of giving of our resources, through the various channels in place to support these causes, we will achieve a greater good for all concerned. Again, I ask all of you to imagine, if these things were happening in your neighborhood, and in some they are, what would you want others to do for you? I am asking each of you who read these words, ff you believe in prayer, say one for all in this situation as ff they were your family. If you believe in other things, such as donating, check with your churches and local organiza- tions in your neighborhood, see who they are that have organized efforts to send directly to the areas in need. Let us unite and share as if we are doing for our own fam- ily. Thanking you all again t t ! If each one of us give just a little bit, together a little bit makes for a whole lot for a great many who are in need of so much at this time. May God bless each of you who responds to His call at this time. Uatil next week, Be safe, and continue to share your "Rays of LIGHT" that you may have in your life's expe- riences. I will be listening and watching to hear what your moment is. Send your emails to tignerfernl@gmail.com. The contest is still on for the selection of one of your sub- missions. Again, congratula- tions to Vivian Smith of Primerose Community. Until next week, may your day be blessed and filled with joy. The Doctrine Of "Getting Close" Several years ago Mananne and I allen(Jed an Upwards Basketball Game. As the buzzer sounded end. ing the final game, a fder l of ours, Ed Batchelor, who was : running the time ,clock and seerned to be in ccxtroi oflhe oilher put the bell through the ac vities, addressed thepar- .hoop or just get close. The ents for about three to four secmt is in knowing which will minutes. He said something suffme for which situation: I to the effect of, "We have tded to teach your children that in the game of basketball, the team who scores the most baskets wins. We also teach themtt t orderscoreabes. ket they must put the ball through the hoop and takes effort and teamwo It goodmoughto'nmo" to put the ball through the hoop, to get dosetothe hoop, to the backboard, to hit the nm, or to have the ball roll then began to W to think of illuslmtions to give you ito prove my point. Alas, rm still march g forone! Aside from Horseshoes and hand grenades, I couldnl come up wilh any that really held water. I came to the realization that our acceptance of "rhe America today. Our society and our churches have bsen devastated by this doctrine. around the nm and drop out Eve Sunday oongrega o without going through the meet coporataly in America, hoop. To score a basket the across all denominational ball must go through the lines, and they get close to hoop." He continued, "We being the church Jesus then try to teach them that the in ndod. These churches game a ~fe is ~ ~r~' ~t~~ m r ~k~d ~h i indMdu~ a~ter~ n tg d church who to do something, try to do have gotten close to a per- something, or to get dow to . mnal withJes . doingsomelhing. Tosoorea Amedca is Hed with couples, basket in life you rnt put the b l, metaphor ly smak , through the hoop." As a pastor, when I preached "children's ser- mons," the adults in the con- gregation usually got more out of thern than they dd the "grown foik's semnon." Saturday, how they felt. What Ed said resonat- ed me. 0 began toUtt, "Ed's dght! There are limes in life when nothing else will do except to put the prover- bial bell through the hoop." heterosexual and homosex- ual, living in adulterous rela- tionships. They got close'to maniage. Ch mn aU across Amedca are being born into dysftmclional families that at one lime got close to being a traditional family. Far too many people, good people, have set noble end goals for hamselves, only: to get dose and settle for a set- tled for life. And on and oh I amid go. Ed Batcheior was dght! it is our society, However, being the"doep churchexperbnce, orourper- thinker"thatlam, lalsobegen 8anal lives, only one thing, is to think about another game acceptable. Only one thing we play-Horseshoes! Now, counts. Only one thing thisgame, be gcbsedoes count! If fact, you can v nltm game and never even get a r ger Then, be nga egen lain, I surmised that just like basketball, there must be a life application that can be taught just get dine I e. I upw hpdde as I became that I had discovered one of the hidden mysteries of life. I thought: To be successlul in any endeavor in life, ac=xd. ing to the endeavor, we must scores: Put the ball through the hoop. When will we as ; and Amedcan's once ageJn start demand e=celeeee in all walks of our Wesand stop sett for,"get- close?" - Brother Aaron Aaron lough is an area with area Association which seeves Han ,s, Menwether and Troup counties. He is a One-Night Revival Pastor W. "Bill" Blackmon and the Harvest Time Outreach Ministries cordially invite you to a one-night Revival at Ihe Calisway Conference center, located 220 Fort Dr LaGrange Monday, September 18, 2017 at 7pro. Our guest speaker will be Bishop Donald E. Battle of Divine Faith Ministries International of Atlanta, Ga. Also a special appearance by national Gospel recording artist, Ms. Dottle Peoples, Nikki and Stacey Penamon(Jamar Davis, Divine Faith Ministnes Praise Group, and Tameika Loflley. Come and wit- ness Pastors and churches from all do m ticns come together for this great worship experiencel For more info visit our website at www.itsharvesttime or call the church at Church Anniversary :' Please join New Mt. Bethel Baptist Church iriLuthersville as we celebrate our Church Anniversary on the 4th Sunday st 2pro September 24, 2017. Pastor Lowinston Jackson will be our guest speaker and the Total Faith Missionary Church of God will be our special guest. Dinner will be served after m ice. Chuck Wagon Gang Schoolhouse At Old Mountain Hill The World Famous Chuck Wagon Gang is coming to the Old Mountain Hill Schoolhouse kl Fortson, Ga. 111e evant will bs on Fdday 27th at7 p.m. Come out for a great night with the Chuck Wagon Gang (top bs the Exhorters Quartet from (axiom p oto) am $I0.00 advance and $12.00 at the door. For More Informatk You may call Ginny (770)-696- 7548 to get your tickets. Sponsored by Hanmst Time M nistdas-Manchas,Ga. Trunk-or-Treat St. Paul CME Church-Lone Oak will hold Trunk-or-Treat on Saturday, October 28, from 3:00 to 6.1)0 p m. The is free to all!! How to Submit News Submit brief church news items to new$@Ma cnercury.corn by noon Monday. Items must be e-mailed; faxed, or hand. delivered items are no longer accepted. Items are accepted via e-mall. Items shouk pertain tO special even not rou setvk . All items received are subject to standard editing for context and grammar. By ANDY KOBER Upcoming events at the state park include: Saturday, Sept. 16, 9 am, Bird Walk with Dr. Bill Birkhead. Meet at the boathouse on Lake Delanor. Bring binoculars if you have a set. The event is free. Saturday, Sept. 23, 10 am, Archery Shoot Out. Use park equipment: compound or recurve bows, 30 inch arrows, 80 cm target. Shot 10 arrows. Best score in each age division wins. $12 entry free. Preregistration required by calling the park office. Contest held at park office. These events are open to the public, not just campers visiting the state park. For more information about any of the programs at the state park, call 706-663-4858. FD Roosevelt State Park is located in Pine Mountain. Claude A. McKtbben Sons Funeral Home 208 Johnson Street Hogansville, Georgia 706-637-8623 Downtown Hogansville 706-637-6544