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PAGE 8 HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2009 The Lord is really making things happen at Family Worship center. While we are still small in number we are growing more and more everyday. He is really using us to do work for his kingdom and we would love to have you be a part of this with us. God needs us all and most impor- tantly he loves us all. Sister Sherry Calhoun has experienced some pain in her life recently. She lost her brother Larry and her sister Judy in a week, and Pastor James Calhoun lost his aunt Margaret Bishop. Sister Sherry has kept her faith though and the Lord has been bringing her through it. Sister Sherry, know that we love you and if there is anything any of us can do to just ask. Special prayer requests go out to Brother Johnnie Williamson who has been in the hospital. Sunday evening service was exceptional. Brother James preached a most won- derful service about how the Lord will always take you Christmas dinner at the Lone Oak Community Center. And on Dec. 21, our youth will be traveling to Callaway Gardens for the Fantasy in Lights tour. Keep all of these events in your prayers so that they will be anointed by the Lord. AS ALWAYS we would like to extend an invitation back into the fold even if you' for you to join us. Sunday walk away and we had three souls get saved. God is so good to us. ON SUNDAY morning, Dec. 13, we will be having our communion service fol- lowing Morning Service. Then, on Dec. 19, at 6 p.m., we will be having our school begins at 10 a.m., Morning Worship Service follows at 10:45 a.m. and Evening Worship is at 6 p.m. Wednesday evening service begins at 7 p.m. The Family Worship Center is located at 515 Industrial in Hogansville. HANGING OFTHE GREEN AT HIGHLAND - Chris and Lisa Boyd light candles symbol- ized the Light of Jesus during the "Hanging of the Green" at Highland Baptist Church. Held on Sunday, Nov. 29, during the Morning Worship Service, the ceremony has become a tradition at Highland and is one that every- one enjoys. The ceremony is filled with Christmas carols welcoming the birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Members of the congregation read explanations of each step of the ceremony as decorations are placed throughout the sanctuary. Wreaths of evergreen .are hung in the front of the sanctuary symbolizing the Christ who is ever- lasting, eternally the same. Garland is hung in the choir loft and balcony reminding usto be a witness in the world we live in. Bells are hung in the windows as a symbol of the Good News of Jesus as they ring forth invit- ing people to His church and into HisTruth and Light. Lighted candles in the front of the sanc- tuary signal to all who see the Light of Jesus still shines in our hearts and in the world. Poinsettias are placed in the front of the church calling us to celebrate in the place where we worship and remind us to be a witness by word and deed. Meteor Shower Visible Sunday Night By ANDY KOBER the night of Sunday, Dec. 13, other regular meteor show- through the early morning ers, the Geminid meteors do News from First Baptist Church Come and make your Christmas memories with us this year. On Sunday, December 13, at 6 p.m., we invite you to bring your fam- ilies to "The Best Christmas . Pageant Ever" at First Baptist Church Hogansville. Sit back and enjoy aS our K-12th grade students share a wonderful story of God's love and acceptance of all. Following the perform- ance, you are invited to joinus for "Cookies and Cocoa" in the Fellowship Hall. On Sunday, December 20, at 6:00 p.m., FBC's adult choir will present "Bethlehem Morning." Again, we invite you and your family to come and share this Christmas memory, as we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ together. LOCAL churches, regis- ter your youth group for the "Without Barriers Youth Conference," scheduled for Monday, Dec. 28 through ..... Wednesday Dec. 30. All sixth grade throughl2th grade students ANGELS ON HIGH - Hayley Cauthen and Charlton are invited to attend the win- Hardage pose as adult angels on the First Baptist Church ter youth conference held at float in the Hogansville Christmas Parade. the Georgia Sheriff's Association Pineland Campus and sponsored by First Baptist Church of Hogansville and the Hogansville Ministerial Association. Youth will experience exciting worship by local band True Story, challenging teaching by student minister Raegan Farris of Eagles Landing First Baptist, deli- cious food, cabin lodging, and outdoor sporting events all for only $40 per student. Attend and discover how to break free from the barri- ers that keep us from shar- ing the Gospel of Christ with SMALLER ANGELS - Left, Kyla Smith, daughter of Larry others. Contact the FBC Church and Andrea Smith and granddaughter of Rob and Debbie Office or Youth Minister Elzey, poses as a little angel on the FBC Christmas float. Todd Pruitt directly to regis- Right, Aubrie Pruitt, daughter of Todd and Heather Oruitt, ter: 706-637-8731 or email poses as another little angel on the FBC Christmas float. fbchogansville@bellsouth.ne t, or ToddPruitt, 706-523-2581 or todd pruitt@bellsouth.net teach them about the great- Hogansville, through the StepoutsideSundaynight CONGRATULATIONSto est gift ever given: Jesus hours of Monday, Dec. 14. not typicall streaacross _. ' .... = ..... , ............ ,. ..... ,,.,in ..;, .,, 'h,, ,  ,,,' ,,;*-- e.:: raP.rlssnurcn,og ans- tcnmst, trmg your mmuy to to enjoy a fireworks show:, .,.,t ......... ..... --v ....... z ............... . ......... ,,, ............ : .......... , .,,.,. .......... , .......... ,., ........... ....... "  :=" ............ .  .............. viltoto9mg seona place church on weanesaays, :,o courtesy of Mother Nature mg as early as 10 p.m. and meteors. Gemmld meteors ........ ........ and the Geminid meteor the Geminid shower could shower, produce rates of 100 meteors Barring cloudy condi- or more per hour at maxi- tions, the Geminid meteor mum. shower should be visible on Compared to some of the I HUGE ESTATE AUCTION I To Be Held at: Anne's Estate Auctions Inc. I 5344 KOLB AVENUE COLUMBUS, GA 31904 nl/__ k II Antiques, Lots of Primitive Pieces, Upscale Household II Furnishings, Decorative Accessories, Rugs, I[ Silver, China, Art, Everything For The Home. Come, Bring l/ A Friend. For List and Directions Visit weaci.com- Click on Anne s or Call 706-653-9006 f?:, - : :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: i!i !:;' S "REGAL ' HOMES $500 DOWN *WAC (Plus costs of County Permits, State and FHA Requirements, Well & Septic System Where Required. Land/Equity Plan. Purchaser Must Own Land.) 30 DAY BLOWOUT SALE ON ALL MANUFACrURED HOMES AND MODULAR HOMES... Come Get Your New Home and A Gov't Stimulus Check for Up to $ 8000.00 E You CALL NOW! 706-884-0253 are known to leave glowing trails that can be yellow, green or blue. .WATCHING meteors can be great family fun. Get out of town and away from streetlights or other light sources, including the headlights of passing cars. Take some blankets and lay on the ground. Position yourself so the northern hori- zon appears at the edge of your peripheral vision. in the Christmas parade float competition. We want to thank FBC members Rob and Debbie Elzey for all their hard work on our "Joyous Noel" Christmas card float com- plete With adult angels, little angels and a choir singing Christmas carols. Our Awana Ministry is going strong. Parents, this Christmas, as you search for the best present to give your children, we invite you to - 7:30 p.m. On Sunday, December 6, we held a "Lunch with Lottie" of savory soups, delicious sandwiches and delectable desserts, in which $779.50 was raised towards FBC's Lottie Moon Christmas offer- 707 E, B0yd Rd,, H0gansville (706) 637-4337 TDD# 1-800-255-0056 877-215-2250 www.HelpStopDogFighting.com ing goal of $3,000 for inter- national missions. Rada Cutlery is available for purchase through the Women on Mission ministry. All proceeds go towards pro- viding educational scholar- ships to students at Giblatore Primary School in Bog Walk, Jamaica. WE WOULD like to encourage all Hogansville residents who are in need of gr$ceries to visit God's Bread Basket. Located behind the Hogansville Senior Center and open every Thursday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., you are invit- ed to visit once a month for assistance with groceries. God's Bread Basket is sponsored by several local churches, including First Baptist Church of Hogansville Ministerial :. Association; please stop by .':,,::! and let us share the love of i Jesus with you.  First Baptist Church "At : The End of the Fork" =: Cookbooks are still available for purchase for $10. They : make a great Christmas pres- ent; church cookbooks" are always the best. Contact the church office today to pur- chase your copies. SUNDAY activities include Sunday School at 9:45 a.m., Morning Worship at 11 : a.m., Evening Worship at 6 p.m., and Adult Choir Practice at 7 p.m. Wednesday activities include: AWANA (5:30 to 7:30 p.m.), Youth Worship (5:45 to 7:30 p.m.), Adult Prayer Meeting (6:30 to 7:30 p.m.), and Adult Choir Practice (7:45 to 9 p.m.). Nursery is provided for all ministries (infants through three years of age). If you and your family are looking for a church home, we'd love to have you join us at First Baptist Church, S00 East Main Street, 706-637-8731. 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