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'6 - July 02, 2015 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook COMMU ! By Alton Norman - Owingsville Church of Christ 5410 E. Hwy. 60 East, Owingsville 606-261-9263 THE DIFFERENCE to violence, robbery, the destruction of property In the last few lnonths and tnany days of unrest in we have seen a vivid exam- the nation; not to mention pie of the differences which constant media hype add- divide our great country, ing fuel to the fiteg. The Perhaps I can explain it second statement left the best by asking a question, media dumfounded, the What is the difference be- nation in peace, and nine :wren "Burn it down[ Burn families the right to grieve it down! Burn it down!" and in private. "I forgiw you, may God Christianity has re- haw mercy on your soul."? ceived a bad rap in our I am sure l hat you rernem- conntry for the last thirty ber boIh ol those proclmna- yOars. But tim events de- lions. But whal difference scribed above show us the did these sh'tt:emenls rnake difference Jesus can make in America? "l"he lirst led in the lives 0 Y B Lena Fultz Karen Hart; Thore was a snr- prise 50ih birthday party f0 " Keith Cornett last , :ednesday night at the, :; Fellowship Hall. Helping trim celebrate were: Ran- dy and Rlmnda Hawkins: James and Marsha Reed; Roy and Dena Fultz; Amy and I)elanie Konopka; Lin- da Gray: Ina Martin: K:vc o Buckler: Donna Ipock: and in our country as a whole. These are events tlmt you have seen, 5%u have witnessed the differ- ence Jesus makes: Which is better for America? Which will you choose? If we, as a nation, continue to remove Christianity from our society we can expect more riots, nmre violence. more "burn it down" men- who fl)llow ttim "live peace- ably with all men" and do not repay evil with the evil done to them (Romans 12:17. 18). Instead, tlmse who follow Je.sus "forgive those who trespass against them", (Matthew 6:14, 15) and ask for qod's mercy upon their sotfl. You have seen, ha these two evems, the difference! tall:y, and more innocent between a society withoulI people murdered. But if God and in a nation whose we return to the Lord peace God is Jehovah. Make your and tranquility will lollow, choice. of individuals i kl yN Cheryl and Patti Sorrell; and Cavanah, Haley mad Riley Warner. A dinner was held on Father's Day for the fa- thers at the church. They were Daryl Harmon, Da- rid Ipock, Roy Fultz, Jmnes Reed, Jamie B'lackweU. Josh Konopka, Bill War- ner, Wayne Newton, Floyd %crell, Randy Hawkins aqd Anthony Gray. Jesus is "the prince of "Iqmnk you for reason- peace" (Isaiah 9:6). Those ing with me. W Justin and Emily Addison Bailey and Mikei Hester and Addison Bai- Hollon, all went to a fish ley were Sundas/ dinner fry at the home of Juanita guests of Danny and Kay- Gorrcql on Sunday after- en Hart. noon. The fresh fish were Brittany Bailey mad her caught by Merrell Gor- friend Jermony ,Harmon rell on a fishing trip to visitedher papaw Addison Alabama arid they were on Sunday Father's Day. cooked by one of the best They also visited with I)an- fish fl'yers in Bath County, ny and Karen Hart thai af Ricky Gorrell. Everyone ternoon, had a very good time. Danny and Karen Hart i _Cakeview Community Church News I by" Betty Jo Allen Freedom of Reiigionl and held over at Camp Lewis 6:00- 8:00. Lots of prayer, can choose and attend the in Breathitt County near planning and preparations Pastor Eddie preached church of our choice. In- the Magoffin County line. are going into these two a wonderful Sermon on dude yourchurch in your At present our congrega- events involving our chil- "Freedom" las( Sunday July 4th weekend plans, lion is bringing in food dren and youth. Pastor Ed- rnornmg. "lhe Adult Sun- Thank God for all our good supplies. Some are spon- die is w ry busy with these day School Class studied families. Remember the soring kids and helping plus all his other pastoral a lesson entitled "Called two great establishments pay their way to cmnp.responsibilities. Every- unto Liherty." The Choir made by the Lord are our Others are making plans one everywhere needs to and James Cochran sang homes and churches - and to spend time at the camp pray much for their good beautiful specials. God in that order. It is always helping with the many pastors. Our sincere sym-: was present speaki ig 1o good to hear that many chores that must be done. pathy to our neighbor our hearts and we praise are enjoying vacations this Camp dates are July 6-10. Wanda MeFarland in the ttim. summer. It is always good Pastor Eddie has directed passing of her husband Letus not take our many when they. return home this camp for many yeats ttarrg Get well wishes to blessings for granted. We and to church too. One and his wife Susan hasthe mmw that are shut-in., need to be sure to take ad- of the highlights for the been head cook. Vacation You are missed in the ser- vantage of the opportunity Lakeview Youth" Group is Bible School is sched-vices very much. given us because we have the Summer Youth Campuled July 12-16. Time is Photo by Chy Carpenter "[he youth group from Victory Chapel in Sharpsburg attended camp in Tennessee from June 16 - 19. Morehead State University Dean's List Recipients from Menifee Countyi The Morehead State burg, KY of Frenchburg, Uniw!')'siW l)(.an : l i,