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November 28, 2002

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HOGANSVILIA HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, NOV. 28, 2002 PAGE 3-A Set The Hogansville Pilot Starlight Tree is seek- supporters. Bells are $10 for one or $15 for two names. The tree is located in the the Askew Realty downtown Hogansville. The tree will be decorat- prior to the Christmas ,arid will be added through- holiday season. Bells will be placed on in either Honor of or of your loved one or r member. A list of all bells pur- will be published in Hogansville Home All proceeds will benefit Hogansville Empty Fund. For more information, or please call By Bryan Getef SINGING THE GLORY DOWN - The Hymn Masters Quartet of Climax, Ga. performed at the Bethel Chapel Baptist Church in LaGrange, recently. Lottie Moon Offering Planned for Nov. 29 By PATTI PHILLIPS The Week of Prayer for International Missions and the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering is December 2-9, 2002. The Lottie Moon Christmas Banquet of the Hogansville First Baptist Church will be held there sets itself up against the knowledge of God and we take captive every thought to make it obedient to Christ." - II Corinthians 10:3-5. I was honored to travel with five other women halfway across the globe to step into the front lines of bat- tle. We were in the heart of the battle-standing in the Councils Wednesday night, December places lifting up God. 4, 2002 at 6:30 p.m. This is a Lies of the enemy to Meet covered-dish, churchwide immersed this place as we Hogansville Elementary Council meeting will held Tuesday, December at 4:00 p.m.. CaUaway Middle School meeting will be held December 10 at ).m., and CaUaway High Council meeting will held Monday, December ) at 6:00 p.m. All meetings will be held the school's media center. 6Date Parade Hogansville will have a Parade )auliecember 6 at 6 p.m. For etwnore information, call Jo  t eEllen dford, 637-9238. se am , me. Elementary to Meet of  HogansviUe Elementary : abarSchool will have a PTO meet- Aing on December 12th at 6.' ,ulchp.m. :e ha )ut h . eddle School doncerts Slated event sponsored by the X%IU of the church. Mrs. Theresa Miller will be speaking on Tibet. Mrs. Miller is Fron IGrange, where she is mar- ried to Mike and are the par- ents of three sons. She has taught K-4 for the past seven years at West Georgia Christian Academy. She attends Franklin Road Baptist Church, is assistant WMU Director for the Troup County Baptist Association and serves on the Executive Board of Georgia Baptist Convention. She loves to prayerwalk, go fishing with her family and sew. Come hear this lady who is excited to share with Hogansville First Baptist Church and state." As Christians we are in a con- stant battle with guns and swords, but it is a battle armed and fought with prayers. God has given us the ability to speak to Him and to have power over the enemy." For thou we live in the world, we do not wage war as the world does. The weapons we fight with are not weapons of the world. On ther con- trary, they have divine power to demolish strongholds. We demolish arguments and every pretension that came to break the strong- holds and invisible walls that keeps the truth out. At home our warriors of prayer lifted us up as well as the people of Tibet." Mrs. Miller further states. "In recent years there has been a surge of interces- sors walking through neigh- borhoods, city streets, coun- trysides or traveling distant lands to intercede for the lost peoples of these places. I agree with the state- ment, "To talk is static, to walk is active, to Prayerwalk is dynamic. Prayerwalking is praying both silently and aloud as we intercede for oth- ers. We move out of the church buildings and into our world." The public is invited to come hear a true woman of God talk about her mission work with the people of Tibet and how God is working in lives. If you can't come in per- son, pray for her as she speaks andthose she is speak- ing about. Remember the Week of Prayer for International Missions and the Lottie M9on Christmas Offering id December -209, 2002. What better gift to give during this time of giving than one to this wonderful ministry! CaUaway Middle School have a chorus concert December 10th at 6:30 ).m. at Hogansville School auditor'i- Callaway Middle School have a band concert on 16th at 6:30 p.m. the gym. 1 & 2 Bedroom Units Central Heat & Air Stove & Refrigerator  .o. News LARRY RICH NtSSAN TB E: I,! P.SJ We hnve the  to dO kas list atMr dnkrd re't, so even if you've bee, dedind by other stores in the past. pk try us! iIMMWlE IMM IMN IN 30 URINIJTESI" "In most instances. v "Pictures are for illustration purposes only, DO FR 0RBU ID 6-11a m LaGrango Well Ll|lTlltl SWam Columbus Hannah Place Macon Norlbalde Drive Augusta lalUell Excbanle Waders 1G% OFF Bow 0099.00 $289.00. ,, LOW LOW PRICE PSE Bows AT COST R