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} Leach Chapel ave a revival October 11, at 7 p.m. Different Everyone is welcome. lift ! ..... .-:. ' , uospel Szngzngs Gospel Singing Convention Kid's Krusade at Bible Baptist The KentuckyState GospelSin ngConventiunwillbeheld Fri- Is Church of God Bible Baptist Church in Beaver Dam will have a Fall Kid's day, October 11, at 6 p.m. and Saturday, October 12, at 5 p.m. (all of God invites everyone to a revival, beginning Fri- Krusade Saturday, October 26 from 12 Noon to 3:00 p.m. times are CDT) at the Allen County-Scottsville High School audi- and through Sunday evening, October 13. Children from the ages four through 13 are welcome. There will torium, 1545 Bowling Green Road, Scottsville. Hammond, Indiana will be the evangelist for be games, snacks, puppets, singing, etc. You won't want to miss Enjoy a great weekend of gospel music. Over 50 groups and solo- this day! ists will participate. Free admission! Everyone is welcome! everyone to make plans to attend. Pastor Cleatus Bowman and the congregation of Bible Baptist For more information, call 270-622-7244, 678-2067, 843-1556 or invite all to attend. For a ride on the church van please call 274- 622-5098. There is Hope 3152. Mount Pleasant Methodist Community Church, 524 Magnolia Street, Beaver Mount Zion Baptist There will be a gospel singing at Mount Pleasant Methodist eryone to attend a revival October 13, at 6:30 p.m. Mount Zion Baptist Church will have a Community Day Octo-Church Saturday, October 12, beginning at 7 p.m. at 7:00, as long as God continues to move. ber 19, starting at 4 p.m. They will serve supper. Featured singers will be Ronnie and Dean Allan. Clark and Darrell Blacklock. Bro. Rickie Taylor and the congregation invite everyone. Everyone is invited. PHO TOGRA PHY STUDIO & POR TRAIT DESIGN SPECIALIST Presents FUN WITH Friday, October 18 & , Saturday, October 19 This Kids Fall Feature can be photographed with their Halloween costume Allen or a Fall outfit. now to reserve your appointment time 270-274-0073 ,the Center Dundee United Methodist Holy Redeemer Catholic Dundee United Methodist Church will have its annual home- coming October 13. Music will be provided by the group Psalms Sunday, October 13, at 2 p.m., The Hawkins Family and Friends 69:30. Services will begin at 11 a.m., dinner will be served after- willsing at Holy Redeemer Catholic Church in Beaver Dam. wards. New Hope Broadway General Baptist Th ere will be a singing and potluck meal at New Hope Church Broadway General Baptist Church will have a homecoming Sun- Saturday, October 12. Singing will begin at 7 p.m. with the pot- day, October 13. Sunday school will begin at 10 a.m., worship ser- luck meal to follow. vice at 11 a.m. Featured singers will be The Shepherds. Potluck dinner will be served after the worship service. The Bro. Ricky Leisure and the congregation invite everyone to at- Bigalow Family will present special singing, tend. Pastor Jerry Francis and the congregation invite everyone. Narrows Baptist s Narrows Baptist Church will have a gospel singing Friday, Octo- ber 18, at 6 p.m. The singing will be done by Dale Etheridge and friends. Food will be served. Everyone is welcome. Cross Road Community Cross Road Community Church, at 702 Bruce School Road, will be having Pastor Appreciation Day, October 13, at 11 a.m. The service is for Pastor Anthony Goff and his family. All friends and relatives are invited to attend and help the church show its love for them. There will be no services that night. Centertown Baptist Dr. Elbert Lee James, pastor of Bellview Baptist Church, Paducah, will be a special pulpit guest at the Centertown Baptist Church Sun- day morning, October 13. The service will begin at 11 a.m. Bro. James, a native of West Point Church community, will re- turn to help celebrate the Bennett family reunion at Centertown Baptist Church. A dinner for the family will be served in the fel- lowship hall following the morning service. Pastor We le1( ,H, apson cordiallly invites the publie o h ar Bro. James and o" pa icipa this special worsh_ip service. feel about fall? This young man appears to feel as he rolls about in the crisp, colorful leaves. Yet, Prefer spring tulips or skiing on the slopes in winter. Maybe the mountains, or does the beach beckon? et, We all have particular preferences concerning the seasons. OUr Creator knows our needs for all the seasons of our lives. God is the Source of our joy and the salve for our sorrows. Psalm 95:4-5 assures us..."In His hand are the deep.places of the earth, the strength of the hills is His also. "i'he sea is HIS, and He made it, and His hands formed the dry land." What are your needs? Whatever they are, God is waiting for you to ask for His loving guidance. As you worship this week at your local church or synagogue, you will meet others who have experienced God's mercy and peace in their lives. God controls the seasons. Won'tyou let Him be in control ofyour life? SUNDAY 1 Cer ldms 11:17-|4 NOROAY Endu 21:1-1) THURSOAY Leddms 25:1-17 TLIESOAY Laddms 19:1-18 FRIDAY Leddms 2S 18-3,4 WEDNESOAY vitkms 19:19-3'7 SATURDAY Lavitkis 25:35-5S Scnptar~s Se~ct~d ~y The Amar/can B/b/e Soc~y KeiSter-W=lliarns Newspaper Service, P O. B