Newspaper Archive of
Bath County News - Outlook
Owingsville, Kentucky
January 5, 2011     Bath County News - Outlook
PAGE 4     (4 of 10 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 4     (4 of 10 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
January 5, 2011

Newspaper Archive of Bath County News - Outlook produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2022. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

4 Jan. 5, 2011 By Alton Norman away; behold, all things Owings~dlle Church of Christ have become new (2 5410 E Hwy 60 East, Owingsville Corinthians 5:17). What (606) 261-9263 does this mean? When 22:16; Hebrews 8:12). help of God, prayer, and New Beginnings I became a Christian We had been separated study the child of God I still drove the samefrom God because of our can change. In fact the Old habits are hare to old car, had the same sins (Isaiah 59:l, 2)butin change is so great that break. The old familiar number of bills, had the Christ We are reconciled old companions "think path is easier to walk same concerns as before, ~to Him and have access it strange that you no than cutting a new trail, and still had some pretty to God through Him longer run with them" to yet every year we make bad habits. How does (2 Corinthians 5:18;do the things you used to resolutions to change, to being "in Christ" make Romans 5:1, 2) do (1 Peter 4:3, 4). do better, and to improve all things new? This new relationship Seeking a new better our lives. Christianity When one becomes with God is the life? Become a Christian, is the religion of new a Christian there is a foundation for making give yourself to study beginnings. We are told, new relationship with "all things" new for the and prayer. Then watch "If anyone is in Christ, God. The "old things" Christian. The challenge the changes take place! he is a new creation; (sins of the past) are is tochangeouroldsinful Thank you for old things have passed forgiven, washed away, habits into a lifestylereasoning with me. Your Hometown Newspaper Bath County News-Outlook Church Services and forgotten by God acceptable to God. by the blood of Jesus Life styles are hard to (Colossians 1:14; Acts change, but through the Indoor Plumbing It is now suggested under running water, when so much work is Causes A Flushed that a way to conserve was one suggestion, connected with it. This Jan. The Society 14, 1971. our water for drinkingTaking fewer baths, not is one of the reasons purposes would be to washing the car and we preferred to face install a dry method of padlocking the flushsnakes and sharp rocks sewage disposal; A sort handles, were other at the swimming hole, of refined PWA privy, ways. rather than carrying toilet, Actually manufacturers This is going at it water in for a bath. flush the very symbol of of house trailers have from the wrong side of A certain therapeutic an affluent, modern been utilizing this the tap. This way we benefit comes from civilization, may have method for some time are trying to cut off the branch water and boys, been a tragic mistake, now. 'You fill up a tank water instead of the not to be confused with according to the latest with water, add some people. What we need to mixing branch water issue of Environmental chemicals, and it is good do is go back to the old and bourbon. Science. It uses too for50to 100 flushes withtown pump. Or set up aAn old time grassroots much water, which has the water circulating common spigot on everylabor leader named[ been diminishing in until the chemicalwears block; that way peopleCarl Ameringer used to! recent years, out. Then the stuff is would have to tote their tell of the monastery in That's not the only dumped and you start water home in buckets,Bavaria where he once thing wrong with an all over again, which would conserve partook of the finest indoor privy. You can The ecologists see this more water than falling beer in the world. It was never get into one When as a solution with each off the wagon, located on a hill and the youneedto.NoAmerican home using a holding We used to carry watermonks had to draw the home has enough of tank. Twice a week a in from a big cistern,water they used from them, because women truck would pick up the and you weren't half as a well several hundred folks spend most of their tank and take it out for thirsty, or dirty, as you feet deep, so they got time inside powdering burial. Right now theythought you were when into the habit of using themselves. This was are stymied on whose faced with the prospect as much grain and hops never a problem with land to bury it andwhat of wading through the as they could. the old outhouse. Only it might do to the land snow or rain to fill the Ameringer thought the most courageous and landowner, family pail or wash tub: the worst indictment spend any length of A few years ago Thiscountryneverfaced of American beer was time in them. when New York was a water shortage untilthat all the breweries With each member of having a severe water they started pumping were located along the the household hitting shortage, the city water it i to every house inMississippi River. the flush handle about department mailed out town. Using water is habit seven times a day, and leaflets showing how Taking a bath on forming, like smoking each flush putting fromevery water user couldSaturday became and taking government two and one half to fivesave 38 gallons of water traditional only because hand outs. It never gallons of water down a day. You can save once a week was all theseems to hurt until the drain, this amounts over seven gallons a water-toting a young there is work attached to a lot of water under day by washing dishes lad could stand for such to it. There is no water the bridge, in a pan instead of a flimsy reason. You shortage today-just an cannot expect bathing over supply of water- to become popular logged people. January13 Gateway Community Action Agency will hold its bi- monthly board meeting on Thursday, January 13, 2011. The meeting will be held in Frenchburg at the Menifee County Community Building and will begin at 7:00 p.m. The public is invited to attend. "Reduce Your Debt!" Dave Ramsey's (www. daveramsey.com) course on how to achieve Financial Peace by saving money for purchases and emergencies, getting out of debt, planning for retirement and college and much more. This class is being offered FREE in Bath County through the Healthy Marriage Initiative Program through Gateway Community Action Agency. Classes, as well as a one on one financial coaching session, are available to everyone. A new class will be starting on Thursday, January 13, 2011 from 6:30pm-8:30pm at Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 1954 E. Hwy 36, OwingsviUe KY. If you would like to participate in the class or would like more information about this class please contact Sabrina McKenzie at 606-783-0362. The public is welcome. True G~13 1:20, 4:15, 7:35, 10:00 The Fighter R 1:30T 4:35r 7:30~ 10:00 The Tourist PG-13 1:35, 4:35, 7:30, 10:00 Chronicles of Namia3Dm 1:05, 4:10, 7:10, 9:40 Tron Pa 10:00 Little Fockers ~-n 1:15, 4:00, 7:25, 9:50 -Season Of The Witch ~" 1:45, 4:45, 7:20, 9:35 GuIIivers Travels ,1:25,'4:20, 7:05, 9:30 Country Strong PG-13 1:10, 4:05, 7:00, 9:45 STERLING LANES January l8 The Tilton Volunteer Fire Department is starting a Junior Firefighter program. All youth, ages 14 to 17, in the Hillsboro, Ewing, Flemingsburg, Tilton and Bethel (Bath Co.) fire districts, are invited to join. The first meeting will be on Tuesday, January 18th at 7:00pro at the Tilton Volunteer Fire Department located on Route 11 between Tilton and Sherburne. Any questions, call Ike Franbe at 859-473-0968 or 606-845-7432. New YEAR'S SPECIAL! Unlimited to fox fasted ) i~ ~ mom pm" rm~''''''-~ Sign Up Onli~! www,LocalNet.com C~ loeay& ~ LottO" 674-2100 91 "Abounding Grace Assembly of God Banker St Owingsville Wes Crouch, Pastor Abundance of Rain Church 5367 E. Hwy. 60. Salt Lick Wayne Gifford, Minister Bailey's Chapel Christian Church 2429 Water-Dell Road, Owingsville Ryan Utterback, Minister Old ;qrginia New Life Fellowship 4690 White Oak Rd Owingsville Jamie Stump, Minister Olympia Church of God 5583 East Hwy. 36, Olympia Greg Crouch, Pastor Ore Mines Church of God 5343 East Hwy. 60, Owingsville Damon Byrd Bethel Christian Church 518 Bethel Ridge Road, Bethel Darrell Cobum, Minister Owingsville Baptist Church 92 Coyle Street, Owingsville Chris Bailey, Interim Pastor Bethel Community Church 538 Bethel Ridge Road, Bethel Kevin Miles, Minister Owingsville Church of Christ 5410 Highway 60 East Alton Norman, Minister Bethel Methodist 142 Bethel School Lane, Bethel Adam Sparks, Minister Bievins Valley Christian Church 1418 Blevins Valley Road, Owingsville Russell Ingram, Minister Owingsville First Christian Church 11 East Main St Owingsville Anthony Anderson, Minister Sean Bailey, Youth Minister Owingsville First Church of God 320 Slate Ave Owingsville Lowell Rice, Minister By-Pass Church of God 304 By-Pass Road, Salt Lick Tommy Hardin, Minister Owingsville United Methodist Church 75 West Main St Owingsville Larry Penix, Pastor Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Hwy. 36, Owingsville Bishop Ted Marshall Peeled Oak Christian Church 2592 Peeled Oak Road, Owingsville. Charles McGuire, Minister 39 City of Refuge Full Gospel Church Sour Spring Road, Olympia Mike Munday, Minister Pebble Church of God (Cleveland Assembly) 4857 Oakley Pebble Road, Owingsville Franklin Rose, Pastor East Fork Church of God 4428 East Fork Road, Owingsville Billy Harmon, Minister Fairview Christian Church 3064 South Hwy. 11, Sharpsburg Morgan Gilty, Minister Fellowship Tabernacle 586 Main Street, Sharpsburg Gary Robinson, Minister 91 Grace Gospel Tabernacle Wyoming Road, Owingsville Steve Meadows, Minister Grace Gospel Church 767 Main Street, Sharpsburg Chris Bailey, Minister Greater First Baptist Church 247 Montgomery St Sharpsburg Hedrick's Community Church 5308 Old Sand Road, Salt Lick Randall Jackson, Minister Kendall Springs Church of Christ 3072 Kendall Sprin~, Owingsville David Alfrey, Minister Lakeview Community Church 341 Cave Run Lake Rd Salt Lick James Allen, Minister Midland First Church of God 11479 Easy Hwy. 60, Salt Lick Bush Stevenson, Pastor Moore's Ferry Christian Church 2396 Moore's Ferry Rd Salt Lick Willard Johnson, Minister Morning Star Baptist Church 161 Harrisburg Ave Owingsville Benny Ragland, Minister Mudlick Church of God 9067 East Hwy. 36, Olympia Mark Caldwell, Minister New Life Fellowship 907 Forge Hill Road, Owingsville Jamie Stump, Minister Northside Church of God 1086 West Hwy. 36, Owingsville Jim Crouch, Minister Oakla First Church of God 215 Old Oakley Road, Owingsville Randy Hawkins Old Springfield Presbyterian Church 356,9 Springfield Rd Shaxpsburg Todd and Emily Boyce Polksville Church of God 6275 East Hwy. 60, Salt Lick Ralph White, Minister Preston First Church of God 7184. Preston Rd, Owingsville Terry Frerichs Reynoldsville Christian Church 943 East Fork Road, Sharpsburg Doug Routt, Pastor St Julie's Catholic Church 77 East Main Street; Owingsville Rev. Frank Brawner, Pastor Bill Grimes, Deacon St. Paul CM.E. Church 13 High Street, Owingsville Vincent Earris Salt Lick Christian Church 109 Church Street, Salt Lick George Stewart, Minister Salt Lick First Church of God 412 Main Street, Salt Lick Vernon Lambert, Minister Salt Lick Free Will Baptist Church 3 Water Street, Salt Lick Andy Lands Sharpsburg Baptist Church 575 Main Street, Sharpsburg Sharpsburg Christian Church 241 Main Street, Sharpsburg Patrick Bromagen, Minister Sharpsburg Community Church Main Street, Sharpsburg Sharpsburg Worship Center 468 Main Street, Sharpsburg Kevin Munson, Pastor Slate Valley Christian Church 2563 Wyoming Road, Owingsville Gregg Whitt, Minister Stulltown Community Church 10219 Stulltown Road, Preston Les Ingrain, Minister Sugar Grove Christian Church 3841 N. Stepstone Road, OWingsville Francis Nash, Minister Tunnel Hill Church of God 1215 W. Tunnel Hill Road, Owingsville 5385 Upper Salt Lick Church of Christ South Hwy. 211, Salt Lick White Oak Christian Church 2606 White Oak Road, Owingsville Ron Weaver, Minister Young's Valley Community Church 3559 S. Hwy. 211, Salt Lick Vernon Gross, Pastor