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6 - April 21, 2016 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook The opinion page does not reflect the views of the KyNewsGroup. By Alton Norman - Owingsville Church of Christ 5410 E. Hwy. 60 East, Owingsville 606-261-9263 AS I TEACH that"when I come I shall not find you as I wish" (2 Cor- One of the most interest- inthians 12:20). Paul would ing statements in the Bible have been uncomfortable is found in 1 Corinthians because of their division, 4:17. Here Paul said that immorality, and other prob- he had sent Timothy tolems in that church. Would Corinth, "who will remind he be comfortable where you of all my ways in Christ, you attend worship? as I teach everywhere in ev- Paul would not have ery church". Have you ever been comfortable attend- wondered where Paul might ing worship in the churches be comfortable attending of Galatia. He said, "I am church in America today? afraid for you, lest I have la- The church at Corinth had a bored for you in vain". They lotofproblems (justreadthe were doing things he had letters Paul wrote to them), not taught them. He said, PanI was uneasy about visit- "You observe days, months, ing them because he feared seasons, and years." They were observing Jewish holy mandments of God. How days and customs like cir- sad; Paul started these cumcision - and that made churches, but he would not Paul uncomfortable (Gala- be comfortable going back tians 4:10, 11; 511-4). Would for a visit. Things changed Paul be comfortable wor- and those changes made shipping where I preach or Paul uncomfortable. That is in any of the 3,000 churches why he wrote letters to the of today? churches. He hoped they Paul taught the same would come back to the thing everywhere and in original teachings. every church but shortly Paul would be comfort- after he left things changed, able with us ONLY IF we False teachers brought in teach as he taught (Gala- new teachings, immoral- tiansl:6-9). Thank you for reason- ing with me. ity replaced purity, wor- ship practices changed, and traditions of men took precedence over the corn- 0 By Lena Fultz Carmen. Patti Sorrell had The Men's Fellowship the ladies lesson. Others and the Ladies of the attending were: Cheryl Church met Monday night. Sorrell, Lena Fultz, Wan- Jimmy Everman was the da Fultz, Marsha Reed, speaker .for the men, oth- Brooke Skeens, Cavanah, ers attending were: Adam Riley and Haley Warner, and Clay Hawkins, Randy Karen Hart, Linda Gray Hawkins, Darin and Blake and Rhonda Hawkins. A Burton, Floyd Sorrell, meal consisting of soup fol- James Reed, Sharlet Fultz, lowed. Roy Fultz, Mike Ray, Paul Roy and Lena Fultz vis- Barber, Richard Engle, ited with Scotty and Becky Aaron Reick and Dennis Dailey and girls Tuesday kley News night. Indian Creek Restaurant in Jamie, Paula, and Jamie Mt. Sterling Friday. Michelle Blackwell andHaley and Riley Warner Roy and Lena Fultz spent visited with Isaac Dyer Fri- a few days vacationing in day. Tennessee. Riley Warner visited with Thursday Darin and Darin, Doffs and Blake Blake Burton visited with Burton Friday evening. Riley, Haley and Cavanah Darin, Doffs and Blake Warner. Burton visited with Linda Cavanah Warner, Robin Gray, Bill, Cavanah, Haley Patterson, Sherie Wells, and Riley Warner Saturday B.J. and Haleigh Willough- night and Sunday evening. by had lunch together at I By Chris Bailey, Pastor during funerals, soul. There is guidance in Owingsville Baptist Psalm 23 is much morelife that puts us on the right Church than a "funeral appropri- path and the path that hon- ate" passage, though. It is ors God. With the imagery We have a tendency to a psalm filled with declara- of the shepherds "rod and use specific passages of tions of the blessings of fol- staff," we find courage and scripture for specific pur- lowing God, beginning with comfort even when we face poses. For example, 1 Corin- the simple thought "when our greatest challenge. As thians 13, the "love chapter," God is my shepherd I do not we face all our "enemies" or is often used in weddings. 1 lack anything." challenges, God blesses us Corinthians 11 is often used What are the blessings? beyond measure and sets us "all the days" of life we can experience God's goodness and love. When life is over, we are in his presence for- even God's blessings are for all of life and all of eternity. With such words of en- couragement as these, we should often celebrate with this Psalm and not just re- serve it for times of grief. during observance of corn- The list is long. With the apartto do his will. This is the message we munion .q V 'fl Ehq ',-[ ul$ f imag ry io.f reen pas reSll It is in the al verse that shared. We invite you to per." Peith mao , aJ and eL xvaters, thei-e is i the Psalm expresses the ex- worship with us at Owings- of all is the use of Psalm 23 rest and refreshment for the tent of God's blessings. For ville Baptist Church. I l, akeview Communif, y Church News By Betty Jo Allen The messages have been so our Moms at Lakeview. observed May 15. At the helpful, the singing beauti- The monthly Children'sclose of the morning ser- This has been an ex- ful, and the fellowship of Church Celebration/Birth- vice, there will be lots of tremely blessed week here God's people has been truly day Party is scheduled for balloons to release, 10ts of at the Lakeview Community sweet. We serve a risen April 24 during Children's good food, and lots of fun at Church! Revival started last Savior who's in this world Church. The puppets will a huge church picnic. Sunday morning and will today! He has given us agra- be there telling the Bible Those with perfect Sun- end this evening April 20. cious Revival at LakeviewI Story, there will be gifts, day School Attendance for Rev. Anthony Moore of Sa- Very special plans areand something really good the month of March will be lem, Indiana has been our being made for a Mother/ to eat. Susan Dennison and goingto Double S Entertain- speaker. The whole congre- Daughter Brunch May 7, at Brook Issac always make ment Center in Flemings- gation has already enjoyed 10:00 and for the Mother's sure this is a very special burg April 22. Call Pastor four wonderful services of Day Service May 8. This is time for the all the children. Eddie Dennison for Details. this Spring Revival time. always an exciting time for Ascension Sunday will be WIC (the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children) is a national program that helps low-income families meet nutritional needs. WIC provides supplemental foods, healthcare refer- rals, and nutrition education at no cost 'to low-income pregnant women and new mothers, infants and children up to 5 years of age, who are found to be at nutritional risk. Medicaid, KTAP, and SNAP recipients automatically qualify or you can review the income guidelines below to see if you may qualify. ............................. ..... WIC foods include iron-fortified cereals, Whole grains, vitamin C-rich fruit juice, eggs, milk or soy, cheese or tofu, fresh or frozen fruits and vegetables, fish, infant foods, and peanut butter or dried beans and peas. These food items are high in one or more of the following nutri- ents: protein, calcium, iron, and vitamins A and C. The WIC Program at your local health department offers nutrition education, breastfeeding support, and benefits for healthy foods to pregnant, breastfeeding women, and infants and children up to the age of 5. More information about the WIC Program is available by contacting Bath County Health Department at 606-674-2731. Additional Community Services Available at your local Health Department Include: Adult e~ Pediatric Vaccinations, EPSDT Screenings (Well-child Exams), Fluoride Varnishing, Lead Screening, Laboratory Services, STD Testing, FamilyPlanning and Preconception Risk Assessment Program, Breast Cancer Screening Program, Screening Mammogram Referral, Colorectal Screening Program, Diabetes Program, Environmental Program, Pre- paredness Planning and Readiness Program, Tobacco Education Program, TB Program, Medical Nutrition Therapy Program, HANDS Program, First Steps Program, Prenatal Services, and Breastfeeding Peer Counselor Program. USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer WIC (the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children) is a national Program that helps low-income families meet nutritional needs. WIC provides supplemental foods, healthcare re- ferrals, and nutrition education at no cost to low-income pregnant women and new mothers, infants and children up to 5 years of age, who are found to be at nutritional risk. Medicaid, KTAP, and SNAP recipients automatically qualify or you can review the income guidelines below to see if you may qualify. ................................................................................................................................................... ~:~!2. WIC foods include iron-fortified cereals, Whole grams, vitamin C-rich fruit juice, eggs, milk or soy, cheese or tofu, fresh or frozen fruits and vegetables, fish, infant foods, and peanut butter or dried beans and peas. These food items are high in one or more of the following nutri- ents: protein, calcium, iron, and vitamins A and C. The WIC Program at your local health department offers nutrition education, breastfeeding support, and benefits for healthy foods to pregnant, breastfeeding women, and infants and children up to the age of 5. More informa- tion about the WIC Program is available by contacting Menifee County Health Department at 606-768-2151. Additional Community Services Available at your local Health Department Include: Adult (:r Pediatric Vaccinations, EPSDT Screenings (Well-Child Exams), Fluoride Varnishing, Lead Screening, Laboratory Services, STD Testing, Family Planning and Preconception Risk Assessment Program, Breast Cancer Screening Program, Screening Mammogram Referral, Colorectal Screening Program, Diabetes Program, Environmental Program, Pre- paredness Planning and Readiness Program, Tobacco Education Program, TB Program, Medical Nutrition Therapy Program, HANDS Program, First Steps Program, Prenatal Services, and Breastfeeding Peer Counselor Program. USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer t @ hurch Services Directory 4bounding Grace Assembly of God Oakla First Church of God 91 Banker St., Owingsville 215 Old Oakley Road, Wes Crouch, Pastor Owingsville Randy Hawkins Abundance of Rain Church 5362 E. Hwy. 60. Salt Lick W~yne Gifford, Bishop Olympia Church of God 5583 East Hwy. 36, Olympia Greg Crouch, Pastor Aguas Tranquilas Centro de Adoracion/Still Waters Ore Mines Church of God Worship Center 5343 East Hwy. 60, Owingsville 177 Jackson Cemetary Road, Damon Byrd Owingsville Keith Willoughby Owingsville Baptist Church 92 Coyle Street, Owingsville Bath County First Apostolic Chris Bailey, Minister Church 1226 McCarty Branch Rd Salt Lick, Ky. 40361 Pastor Daniel Flanery Owingsville Church of Christ 5410 Highway 60 East Alton Norman, Minister Bailey's Chapel Owingsville First Christian Church Christian Church 2429 Water-Dell Road, 11 East Main St., Owingsville Owingsville Sean Bailey, Interim Minister & Ryan Utterback, Minister Youth Minister Bethel Christian Church OwingsviUe First Church of God 518 Bethel Ridge Road,320 Slate Ave., Owingsville Bethel Lowell Rice, Minister Rev. Jason Perry, Minister OwingsvUle United Bethel United MethodistMethodist Church 14~ Bethel School Lane,75 West Main St., Owingsville Bethel Run Hill, Minister Ron Hill, Minister Pebble Church of God Blevins Valley (Cleveland Assembly) Christian Church 4857 Oakley Pebble Road, 141 t~ Blevins Valley Road, Owingsville Owingsville Franklin Rose, Pastor Russell Ingram, Minister Church of Jesus Christ o fLatter Day Saints Hmy. 36, Owingsville Bishop Seth Green City of Refuge Full Gospel Church 39 Sour Spring Road, Olympia Mike Munday, Minister Peeled Oak Christian Church Location Address: 2592 Peeled Oak Road, Owingsville Mailing Address: 6275 Howards Mill Road, Mt. Sterling KY 40353 Polksville Church of God 6275 East Hwy. 60, Salt Lick Ralph White, Minister Cornerstone Baptist Church 36 Cherry Lane, Salt Lick Jayson Minix, Minister East Fork Church of God 4.428 East Fork Road, Owingsville Billy Harmon, Minister Fairview Christian Church 3064 South Hwy. 11, Sharpsburg Morgan Gilty, Minister Fellowship Tabernacle 586 Main Street, Sharpsburg Gaxy Robinson, Minister Grace Gospel Church 767 Main Street, Sharpsburg Dr. Andy Wyant, Minister Grace Gospel Tabernacle 91 Wyoming Road, Owingsville Steve Meadows, Minister (Treater First Baptist Church 247 Montgomery St., Sharpsburg Tony L. Weathers, Pastor Hedrick Community Church 5308 Old Sand Road, Salt Lick R~dall Jackson, Minister House of Prayer 600 Whispering Oaks, Morehead, offHwy. 801 Winston McClurg, Pastor Kendall Springs Church of Christ 3072 Kendall Springs, Owingsville David Alford, Minister akeview Community Church 581 Cave Run Lake Rd., Salt Lick Rev, Eddie Dennison, Pastor 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 Eric King, Minister Mud Lick 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 Preston First Church of God 7184 Preston Rd, Owingsville Terry Frerichs Reynoldsville Christian Church 943 East Fork Road, Sharpsburg Doug Routt, Pastor St. Paul C.M.E. Church 13 High Street, Owingsville Vincent Farris Salt Lick Christian Church 109 Church Street~ Salt~Lick Calvin Lindell, Minister Salt Lick First Church of God 412 Main Street, Salt Lick Vemon Lambert, Minister Salt Lick Free gqll Baptist Church 3 Water Street, Salt Lick Andy Lands St. Julie's Catholic Church 77 East Main Street, Owingsville Father Paul Prabell Bill Grimes, Deacon Sharpsburg Baptist Church 575 Main Street, Sharpsburg Shane Henry, Pastor Sharpsburg Christian Church 241 Main Street, Sharpsburg Terry Clark, Minister Sharpsburg Worship Center 468 Main Street, Sharpsburg James Allen, Minister Slate Valley Christian Church 2563 Wyoming Road, Owingsville Gregg Whitt, Minister Springfield Church 3569 Springfield Rd., Sharpsburg Cameron Reynolds, Minister Stulltown Community Church 10219 Stulltown Road, Preston Les Ingram, Minister Sugar Grove Christian Church 3841 N. Stepstone Road, Owingsville Francis Nash, Minister Tunnel Hill Church of God 1215 W. Tunnel Hill Road, Owingsville Slaerman Sparks, Minister Upper Salt Lick Church of Christ 5385 South Hwy. 211, Salt Lick Rezda McNabb, Minister V'~ctory Chapel 6927 Veterans Memorial Highway, Sharpsburg Kevin Miles, Pastor 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