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1 TiM HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2002, PAGE IO-A J Thanksgiving Meal and Candle Service at Providence Baptist Providence Baptist Church in Fordsville, will have a Thanksgiv- ing meal on Sunday, November 24, 2002, at 4:45p.m. Please bring a covered dish. Everyone is welcome! On Wednesday, November 27, 2002, at 7:00p.m. a Thanksgiving Candle Light Service will be held in the churches new auditorium. Everyone welcome! For more information please contact Connie Fuqua, Outreach Coordinator, at 276-9325 or 993-7036. Thanksgiving dinner at Greenbrier Baptist Church Greenbrier Baptist Church, 12122 Vertress Road, Utica, will have a free Thanksgiving dinner Sunday, November 24, following the morning services. Everyone is welcome. Sunday school is at 10 a.m. and worship service at 11 a.m. For information or directions, call Bro. George Craig, pastor, at 733-4817. Bro. Steve Freeman Bible Baptist Church Bible Baptist Church in Beaver Dam will have revival starting Wednesday, November 20 through Sunday, November 24 with Bro. Steve Freeman from Winchester, Tennessee. Services will be 7:00 p.m. nightly Wednesday through Saturday; Sunday School begins at 9:45 a.m.; worship 10:45 a.m. and the evening service begins at 6:00 p.m. Pastor Cleatus Bowman and the congregation cordially invite everyone to attend. There will be special singing each night. Bro, Paul Wilson Horse Branch Church of God Horse Branch Church of God will have a revival December 1 through December 4. Bro. Paul v rflson will be the evangelist. Ev- eryone is welcome. Sunday, December 1, services will be at 6 p.m. Monday, December 2, Tuesday, December 3, and Wednesday, De- cember 4, services will be at 7 p.m. I'P Dedication of new Fellowship Hall at Cool Springs Baptist Cool Springs Baptist Church will be dedicating its new fellow- ship hall Sunday, November 24. Bro. Steve Sorrels will bring the message and there will be special music. A Thanksgiving dinner will follow services. Sunday school is at 10 a.m.; worship service at 11 a.m. Pastor Jerry Alexander extends a warm welcome to the community. Special service at Longview BC by Longview Christian Academy Longview Christian Academy students will present "Bring it On" Saturday, November 23, at 7 p.m. T is special service will be held at Longview Baptist Church. Longview Christian Academy students invite everyone, young or young at heart, to attend. Let the young people minister to you through songs, plays and the word. Everyone is welcome. For more information you can call 274-5197. The Pentecostals of Ohio County to celebrate with singing The Pentecostals of Ohio County invite you to celebrate with them Sunday, November 24, at Ohio County Community Center, 131 E. Washington Street, Hartford. Worship service is at 10:30 a.m. in the auditorium, potluck dinher will be served at 1 p.m. in the multi-purpose room, and a songfest, with special singing by Greater Lighthouse Chorale, will be held in the auditorium at 2 p.m. For more information, call 298-9428. Thanksgiving service set at Cedar Grove General Children's Crusa and Puppet Show at OC Community Center There will be a Children's Crusade and Puppet Show Saturday, December 7, at 6 p.m. at the Ohio County Community Center, 131 E. Washington Street, Hartford. Featurin__ . Harvey and Donna Crouch, children's pastors at Greater Lighthouse Pentecostal Church in Madisonville. Sponsored by: The Pentecostals of Ohio County. Admission is free, all ages welcome. Thanksgiving meal planned at East Fork Baptist Church East Fork Baptist Church, Highway 261 Fordsville, is having a Thanksgiving meal and singing by Dale Etheridge and family Sunday evening, November 24, beginning at 5:00. The pastor and congregation invites everyone to come and fellowship with them by worshipping the Lord in spirit and truth. Community-wide Thanksgiving service at Hartford Christian Hartford Christian Church will host the annual Community- Wide Thanksgiving Worship service Sunday, November 24, at 6 p.m. There will be a time of preaching and singing. An offering will be received for the Help Office of Ohio County. A time of food and fellowship will follow in the Family Life Cen- ter. Hartford Christian Church is located at 122 W. Walnut Street, Hartford. You are given a very special invitation to share in this time of praise and worship. Cedar Grove General Baptist Church's annual Thanksgiving service will be Sunday, Novem- ber 24. Tunnel Hill will sing at 10 a.m. with worship service fol- lowing at 11 a.m. Potluck din- ner will follow worship in the Christian Center. The church will furnish the meat. Everyone is welcome. Senior Citizen luncheon at Cedar Grove Cedar Grove General Baptist Church's monthly senior citizen luncheon will be Tuesday, No- vember 26. The fellowship will begin at 11 a.m. at the Christian Center. All seniors are invited. Come and join in this season of expressing Homecoming at Horse Branch Church of God Horse Branch Church of God will have a homecoming Sunday, November 24. Services begin at 10:30 a.m. with From The Heart singing and Bishop Melvin Shuler speaking. Everyone is welcome. Dinner will be served following the service. the best ller our appreciation to God for all that He has given and done for us. There will be music, preaching, an offering will be received for the HELP OFFICE of Ohio County and a time of food and fellowship to follow, a very special invitation is extended to all people within our community to come and worship/ 122 W. Walnut St. Hartford, KY Darrell R. Cordrey, Minister Y All of us have the same al- eral inches of lotment of time--24 hours a Brown's day. We can choose how we see if you can use it. Why not use some of it back to do kind, thoughtful things "I went over for others? in about If you do, youll lighten the never knew load of the folks around you. right. It They'll be encouraged, and twenty. you'll feel better, too. the memory Let me illustrate this with thought about one man's story. "I was in the You can't living room listening to the ra- helping dio when my dad came in from ten rule in life. shoveling snow. He looked past, it is true thoughtfully at me and said, it will 'In twenty-four hours you So, won't even remember what ful things for you're listening to now. How Paul about doing something for the next twenty minutes that you let us do will remember for the next (Galatians twenty years? I promise that Some of the you will enjoy it every time you come back to think of it.' a man soweth, "What is it?' I asked, reap." "Well, son, there are sev- Longview Christian Acad- Mathew emy is proud to announce its Richardson; A and B honor roll students for Sabrina the first nine weeks. Join the B school in honoring these out- tin Renfrow; standing students of Ohio Sheena Casey; County. Luke VetetO; A honor roll: Joe Casey; Christian Richardson; Tiffany Cindy Crump; Michael Crump; Patrick and If you read the article last week' ~Are You Ready To Die.~ Hopefully, thought to the reality of death and what comeS; day I want you to think in We other direction't The apostle Paul said that for him to llve (Philippians 1:21) and to die was gain. he said, "I eagerly expect and hop~ be ashamed, but will have sufficient co~rab~ as always Christ will be exalted in my life or by death" (Philippians 1:20 - New sion). Paul knew that he was going to die. it was a reality. So, he gave was going to live. His determination was to live in such a would be exalted in what people saw and desired that his words and his a dons would be things Jesus taught would be upheld basis his death would be gain to him. came it would be to his sorrow and condemned by God. It might be well fo~ the determining factors in our lives and similar to that of this great man~ In order and be baptized and wash away th) this immediately (Acts 9:18). Why? BecaUSe exalt Christ in his life. He knew this was a Lord so he did it ately aRer his baptism he bey, ran to preach the had once tried to destroy (Acts 9:20,21). all previous religious living the faith of Jesus Christ (Galatima s 2:20). Are we willing to do that? How many of us about whether baptism has anything How many of us who have I did before we were immersed? Saul of TarsUS ~ He knew it was a command of the Lord! tial to his salvation) so he obeyed. And, he living to conform to that which was LorcL This same revelation is recorded for us | the New Testament. It is a book given know how to live so as to please Him. mands in this book in order to be saved? Read Hebrews 5:9 and Matthew 7:21. Let us Christ by what we do with our body. In so doiM' blessing. _ -J.F. Dancer, Jr. 1235 Williams Beaver Dam, KentuckY Phone: 274-4451