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4 - Hinton News Tues. July 3, 2012 The Hinton News I Published weekly on Tuesday I By The, I Hinton Publishing Corporation | 210 Second Avenue | Hinton, W VA. 25951 | Phone (304) 466-0005 I Fred Long I Publ. - Ed | USPS 246-180 | Subscriptions By Mail | Out 0f Stale $37.50 per year | By Carrier i. summers co. $23.60 Ir year I R Ille AIJother WV counties $30.00 paryear I vv.... (WV resident pay 6% sales tcx) I $26,00 Per Year U.S. Postal Regulations I Require Payments in Advance I POSTMASTER: Send address changes to | publication name and mailing address, l Periodical Postage Paid At Lewisburg, WV I Articles submitted to the Hinton News must reach the office by Thursday noon in order to be considered for publication in the following Tuesday paper. Please include your name and a phone number where you can be reached during business hours. The Hinton News reserves the right to edit any material and regrets that articles cannot be returned. Items for the Bulletin Board must reach the office by 11 am Monday in order to be considered for publication. OFFICE HOURS Hinton News is open Monday thru Thursday Business Hours: Mon. &amp; Tue.: 9 am to 4 pm. Wed.: 9 am to 12 pm. Thurs.: 9 am to 4 pm. Makaela Meadows Celebrates lOth. Birthday Makaela Virginia Ann Meadows celebrated her 10th birthday at her home in Hilldale on April 13, 2012. She attends Talcott ElemenVary School. After eating pizza, cake & 'ice-cream, Makaela opened her presents. Those attending the party were her parents, Michael Meadows, Jr. and Heather Sprouse of Hilldale. Paternal grandparents, Michael Sr. and Gall Meadows, her uncle Timmy Meadows and companion Jennifer Harrah and her cousin, Brooklyn Meadows, cousins, Lindsey Richmond and daughter Alecia. Makaela's maternal grandfather is David Sprouse and Aunt Chelsie Sprouse. JOHN HENRY DAYS John Henry Days Committee will meet Thurs. July 19 at 7:00 p.m at the Talcott Fire Dept. Everyone welcome, AL-ANON Are you troubled by someone*s drinking? A1-Anon Family Group can help. To help them, you have to help yourself first. Meeting every Tuesday 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. at 411 Temple Street. For more information call: 466-2760. - NOTICE PLEASE,  OUR PUBLICATION POLICY ...does not permit us to publish items of commercial nature which would be classified as paid advertising. Higher newsprint and other costs; plus longer press runs for circulation; dictate that strict editorial judgement must prevail. Unsolicited items which enter this office become our property, but can usually be retrieved upon publication. Guest editorials do not necessarily reflect the views of the Hinton News. Publisher reserves right to reject or cancel any advertisement at any time. Cancellations will not be accepted by publisher after the Closing date. The closing date and the deadline for placing business advertisements is Friday at 12 noon. 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This newspaper shall not be liable for failure to print, publish or circulate all or any part of any issue in which an advertisement accepted by the publisher is contained if failure is due to acts of God or government, strikes, accidents, lack of newsprint or other circumstances eyond our control. strong, and beautiful people" of Romania. "Our drivm, told us several times, 'My country is poor, but we are rich because we have God, " said Jones. "I can't think of a better lesson to tak e away from this experience. This one week we spent covered in paint and surrounded by Roma children has been a richer experience than anything dollars, euros, or ton could buy. It's my prayer that I helped the Ruth School just a little, because this people, this place, and this country has a place in my heart forever." Neighborhood Association of Ballengee Potluck Bluefield College Romania art mission team: (front, left to right) Pip Pattison, Melissa Hubert, (back, left to right) Walter Shroyer, Celia Jones, Erin Dame,, Emily Sears, and Amanda Parks. Students Share Faith with Gypsy Children in Romania Integrating faith and learning is a major part of the Bluefield College mission. That's why this past spring a group of BC students used the gifts they've obtained from the art classroom to share their faith with Gypsy children in Romania. For 10 da s, March 1-10, students Erin Darnell, Melissa Hubert, Celia Jones, Pip Pattison, and Emily Sears served on mission at the Ruth School in Bucharest, Romania. Part of Project Ruth, a charitable organization designed to improve the lives of Roma (Gypsy) families, the Ruth School is committed to giving education to disadvantaged Roma children in order to help them reach their highest potential. Joining the effort, the Bluefield College mission team set out to paint an 83-foot mural inside the Ruth School. Led by staffmembers Walter Shroyer, head of the Art Department, and registrar Amanda Park, who sudied art while a student at BC, the students also used the week to share the love of Christ with the Roma children. "I had prayed for a long time that I could use the talents God has given me in a way that is good for others," said Jones, a graphic communicalion and art major from Brookneal, Virginia. "I feel like this was an opportunity to do that." Hosted by Providenta Baptist Church and Bluefield College alumna Brittany Carton, who works with Project Ruth, the BC students worked on art projects with the Roma schoolchildren during the morning hours of their mission days and on the mural project during the afternoon hours. "The children here crave words of encouragement and positive interactions," said Sears, a teacher education major from Hinton, West Virginia. "I know there are so many children in America who need the same thing, and seeing how grateful the students at the Ruth School are has inspired me to go back to student teaching with a huge smile and the habit of constantly praising and telling my students 'bravo,' whbh means you did a good thing." The BC mission team spent mo'e than 200 hours painting the mur.'l, which featured images of city md country life, including stars in the sky, trees, a schoolhouse, a downtown city street, a church and stained glass window, mountains, and a river. "Everyone worked very hard on the mural," said Shroyer. "They all knew why we were there: to paint something beautiful for the kids in the Ruth School. It was one of the best weeks of my life. It was so gratifying to see the immediate impact you can have on people who are less fortunate." Beyond the mural, the BC team led singing and games for chapel service at the school. They also played soccer with the Roma children and participated in youth group activities at a local church. "l was really grateful we got the opportunity to speak at chapel, because it gave us a chance to say that we came there for a reason," said Jones. "And, that reason was for the students to be inspired and to not give up on what God can do in their hves. Garton not only assisted the BC group in their mission, but also cooked for them most nights. "Brittany is a great example for Bluefield College," said Shroyer. "She is really making a difference in people's lives, and she has such a love and passion for it. Knowing she graduated from BC makes me proud of our students, and her success in Romania makes me see great hope for the future." The students spent the last two days touring Romania, including Castle Peles, Castle Braun, a fortified church in Prejmer, the Palace Of Parliament, the Transylvanian countryside, and the Carpathian Mountains. But, in the end, what they remembered most about the trip were the "inspiring, The Neighborhood Association of Ballengee, Inc. will hold a Potluck Picnic (instead of our July meeting) on Saturday, July 7 starting at 5 p.m. at Brenda and David Hutchens' home on Big Stoney Creek Read. All families living in the Ballengee area (as described by those whose acess driveways connect directly to Ballengee Road, beginning at Bacon's Mountain Road, but including those living along Elkins Lane and Plantation Road and continuing down Ballengee Road four tenths of a mile past Plantation Read; those whose access road connects to Wayside Road, beginning with its junction with Ballengee Road and ending at its junction with Big Stoney Creek Read and including Rebel Hill Read and Red Sulphur Turnpike Road and those whose access is on Big Stoney Creek Road) are invited to atter/d. Please bring a dish to pass, a lawn chair, and a musical instrument (if you have one) for an informal jam/ sing session. Hotdogs, hamburgers, and sausages will be provided. For additional information or directions please call Brenda Hutchens (681) 220-0324. The rain date for this event will be Sunday, July 8. BAG SALE Loaves and Fishes is having a $7 Bag Sale. Come see our new Spring Stock. l Eclectic Corner Christian Book Store 200 James Street 466-8206, I, ,, Open:Tues.-: Fri.i0-;5#,m. Sat. tO- 2 p:m. We are here to enrich your Christian Walk. HINTON NEWS NEW OFFICE HOURS Mon. & Tue.: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wed.: 9 aam. to 12 p.m. Thurs.: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Closed Fri., Sat., & Sun. We'd Like To Hear From You about yo club, church group and civic organizations, birtls, engagements, weddings, academic honors, men and women in the armed services, sports and all community activities. To be considered for publication, items should be timely, either typed (NOT in all caps) or printed legibly. The best way to send an article by e-mail is to cut and paste the article in to the body Of the e-mail. The best way to send a photo isjpg. They should be sent a an attachment only. There is nothing more admirable than two people who see eye- to-eye keeping house as man and wife, confounding their ene- mies, and delighting their friends. ---Homer gohn 8:32) Who Are These People? (Part 7-fina!) by Dave Miller, Ph.D. <> < 11 &article= 1191 &top ic=81> &article=1191&topi81 Used by permission. New Testament worship is extremely simple and unpretentious-free from the hype and glitter that bored humans frequently fabricate. Who are the churches of Christ? They are those churches that have restored simple New Testament worship in their congregations. They meet together every first day of the week and commune together around the Lord's Table; they sing psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs together; they contribute a percentage of their income to carry on the work of the church; they pray together; and they study the WOrd of God together. Members of churches of Chdst are certainly not perfect. Just as in the first century, chumhes of Christ are composed of imperfect people. But the superstructure of the New Testament chumh has been set in place. It therefore is possible for anyone to be simply a Christian-a member of the church we find described in the New Testament-the church of Christ. That's not to say that all groups who bear the name "church of Christ" are following the New Testament portrait of the church. A church may have a scriptural name without engaging in scriptural worship. Some churches of Christ are in the process of going off into apostasy as they restructure the church and make unscriptural changes. We cannot endorse such churches, merely because they continue to wear the name "church of Christ." You can be a member of the New Testament church. You do not have to settle for a manmade denomination. We urge you to study what the New Testament says about the church of Christ. ' Copyright C 2003 Apologetics Press, Inc. All rights reserved. Paid by Shockley Hill church of Christ 304-466-5907 304-253-9570 Eu#e'.00 3no. 130 E,rvpEe 5L, LYdoa, l)V 2595! 30+L-t,6G- 1179 or 1-800-5S8-959S ( ,,, 2, i,,  ) 'We a,,. dedica00 t. ce,aW.,.t and ice, tfua . .> . ' cttietuttiavep&.edinu2 ave,t/ie I Ebat 00le0000ingS 00,l}ine 0n BAPTIST Beech Run Baptist Church Orbra B. Angell, Jr., Pasto Sunday School 1,0 am, Morning Service 11 am, Night Service 7 pm, Wed. night prayer mooting 7 pm. Sellapolnt BapUst Church Sun. Sarvice: S. S. 9:45 am. Morning Worship, 11 am. Youth fellowship,5:45 pm. Evening Server, 7 pro. Wed. Service, 7:00 pm. Big Creek Lynn Maddy, Pastor: Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. each Sunday Prayer meeting Wed. at 7 p.m. B Y F Sunday at 6 p.m. Brooks BIpUst Church Jay Meadows, Sunday School Superintendent., Sun.School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Service Sun. at 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wed. at 7:00 p.m. Calvary Baptist Church Red Sulphur: Rev. Eddie Howdock, Sunday School 10 A.M. Randy Hedge, Superintendent Morning Worship 11:00 A.M, Evening Worship 7:30 P.M. Wednesday Worship 7:30 P.M. Csmon Elder William Caius, Pro Tam, Ph: 304-466-6228; Gwen Fullen clerk. CentreF Pastor Robble Merritt: 9:45 a.m. Church School. 11 a.m. Morning Worship. 6:00 p,m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday Mid Week Service. Chmdnut Grove Pastor: Benny Allen, Superintendent: Maynar Blankenship. Sunday Scho, 1C a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Service 7:00 Wed. Evening Service 7:00 p.m. Clayton Bsplfst Church (3 1/2 miles up Clayton Rd from Pence Springs) Pastor: Grant Petitt, Jr. Sun, service 10 a.m. Worship 11 am. Wed/evening 7 ).m. Ph: 466-5052 Cook's Chapel (independent Fundamental Dallas Peyton Jr., Pastor. Sunday School. Supt., Tom Lamb. Service: S. S. 10 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship. 7 p.m., Wed. 7 p,m. Prayer Meeting. Country Side Rt. 12 Forest Hill Sunday Sarvica 10 & 11 am, & 7 pm. Wed night service 7 pm. Filth Baptlet Church J D Fox, Pastor. Sun, School 10 am, Morning Service, 11 am; Night Service, 6 pro. Wed. night prayer meeting 6 pro. Feemste - Freewill Two miles norlh of Aidersoo on the Alta Road, Sunday School 10 a.m. Baptist Youth League 6 p.rrL Evening services 7 p,m. First Baptist Church Sunday School 9:45 s.m. Eugene Jones, Supt. Morning Worship 11 a.m., Evening Service 7:00 p.m. Mid Week Service 7:00 p.m. FormK Hill Blptlst Church Paster Jeff Cantedury: Sencee: 2nd. & 4th. Sunday 9:45, Sunday School 10:45, Evening Service 7:00. Freedom BapUst Church Poweley's Ck., Pastor George Coo. Sun. School 10 a.m. Services 11 a.m. Evening Servk)e '7 p.m., Wed. 7 p.m. Friend=hip Baptist Church Two miles north of Fmeet Hill on Rt. 12. Pastor Joe Spencer Sunday School, 10 am, Worship, 11 am evening worship 7 pro; Wed. worship 7 pro. to 00l00urcl00 Crane Baptist Church Bill Ballengee, Pastor. Sunday School 10 a.m., Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Sunday Evening 6:0 p m. Wed. Evening 7:00 p.m. Grlfflth Creek, AIdereon Audie Sorg, Pastor: Sunda School 10 a.m. Worship Servise 11:00 a.m. Evening services at 7:00 p.m. Wed M d Week Prayer and Bible Study 6:30 p.m. Youth Meeting Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. Classes for every age group. Nursery available. Indian Mills Baptist Church Herb Miller, Pastor: S. S. Supt. James Keetley. Sun. School 10 am. Classes for all ages. Worship. Servica, 11 am. and 6 p,m, Every Sun. Prayer Meeting Wed. 7 pm. Judson Free Will Pastor Chadle Danlels. Sunday ool I 0 am, Worship Se,e, 11 am, Evening Service, 7 pro, Thurs. ervice 7 pm. Kestley Springs Sunday School 10 am. Laurel Creek Bsptist Church Pastor: Melvin Wills, S. S. Superintendent: Mark Wad. S. S, 10 am., Morning Worship 11 am., Evening Service 6 pro. Wed. night ible study 7 pro. UcK Creek Baptist Church reen Sulphur: Speaker Bob Meadows: Services Sunday 10 tc 11 am. Sun. Night, 7'pro. Wed. night 7 pea. Llftle Wolf Creek Baptist Church,Buck, Pastor, Eddie Harris, Sunday School 10:00 am, Morning Worship 11:00 am. Sun, Evening Worship 6:00 pro. Prayel Meetin/B,Y.F. Wed. night 7 pro. Meadow Creek Pastor Ham/Allan: Sunday Schoo 10 am. Morning Worship 11 am., Evening Wonip 7 pro, Wed. Nigh1 Bible Study, 7 pro. New Salem BapUst Church Pastor I. E. Hatcher: Sunday School 10:00. Church 11:00 Fundamental. Nlmlfz Mleslonery Baptist Church Pastor Donald L Hannah S. S. Superintendent Mark Ellison, Sunday School 9:45. Morning Worship and Children Church 11 a.m. Sunday Morning. Evening Sunday Worship 6:00. ;'rayer Meeting and Youth Meeting :00 Wednesday. pem Southtm . 2 1/2 miles past Madna, Rt. 20, Pastor Roy B. Carter, Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Wed. Night Prayer and Bible Study 7:00 p.m. Rhonda Anna Idemorlll Streeter, WV. Service every 2nd., 4th. and 5th. Saturday at 7:00 pro. River Valley Rt. 12 Forest HU Road, J. P. ys, Pastor: 10 e.m. Sunday School, 11 s.m. Morning Worship. 6 pm, Evening Service. 6:00 pm. & youth meeting. Wed. Services, 7:00 pro. Role= Chapel Church Sunday School 10 am., Chadie Cox, Supt. Morning Senice  1 am Mid-week Service 7 p.m. Rol,neur D. L. Stelneker, Pastes 10 a.m. Sunday School classes for all ages. Richard. Holloran Supenntendant 11 am. Morning Worship. 7 pro. Night Service. Sandstone BallSt Chuh George Clarkston, Pastor. Sunday Second ' Bsptlst Church Talcott, Pastor Earl Jackson, Service 1st & 3rd Sun. at 11 am, Tempe Church Bobby Reed, Pastor: Sunda School, 10 am. Melvin Williams Supt. Preaching Services at 11:00 am every Sunday. Upland Baptist Church Pastor: Cecil Cox. Sunday School Superintendenf. Jackla R. Gill, Jr. Sunday School 10:00, Worship Services at- 11:00. Evening Services 7:00. Wed. service at 7:00 p.m. War Ridge Freewill Baptist Church. Sunday School 10:00 am., Morning Worship 11:00 am., Sunday Evening 6:00 pro., Ned. Prayer Meeting 7:00 pro., Pastor Rev. Jeffery Perdue. CATHOLIC St. Patrick Catholic Church, Mass Sclledule, Sunday 9 am. CHRISTIAN First Chrledsn Church Sunday School 9:45 am, Morning Worship 1't:00 am., Sunday Evening Bible Study, Sunday 6:00 Youth Meetings 6:00 CHURCH OF CHRIST Hlnton 1621 Summers St. Minister, John MCain: Sunday Morning Bible Study g:30 am. Sunday Momk Worship Service 10:30 am, Sunday Evening Service 7:00 pm Wednesday Evening Service 7 pm Lane Church of Christ st Meadow Bridge Bible study, 9:30; Sun. Worship 10:30; Sun. evening, 7:00. Shockley Hill Sun. Assembly Worship 9:30 am Bible Class 10:30 am. Worship 11:15 am. Wed. Sible Class 6:30 pm. Call for info & directions 466- 5907 or 253-9570. Evangelist Fred Seavers. EPISCOPAL /Umenaton Episcopal Church 5th & Temple St.Worship 11 am Sunday. Holy Eucharist 3 time a nonth. Ph: 304-627-1232 METHODIST Miller United Methodist hurch lan Pyseli, Pastor; Sun. School K thru Adult .10 a.m.; Worship 11 s.m.; Nursery provided. Thursday Bible Study 1 p,m., www.gbgm- Visitors Welcome. Betiepoint, 1'11 Miller Ave. Hinton. Ph: 466-5107. For transportation call 466-5107. Firet United Methodist Church Hinton, W'V Rick Duncan, Minister: Sunday School 9:45 am, Morning Worship 11:00 am. Child care svellabla: Moments with childrsr Wednesday Youth Club, 4:30 pro. Pm. For Transportation: 466- J,m. Ct i AtTme Rsv. Tommy Mounts, Pastor:: Servises 9 am. Sun. Schoo 10 am.' Johnson Methodist Charge Steve Runnion, Pastor: Send Knob Rd. Worship 1st & 3rd. Sun. 9:30 am, SS 10:30. Mt. Zion Worship 1st & 3rd Sunday 11 am, SS 10, Manha Chapel Worship 2nd & 4th Sun. 11, SS Every Sunday 10. Mount Ptsgah Hilldale, Rt. 3. Pastor, Glen Pyseli, Worship 9:30 am. Sun. School 10:45 am., Bible Study Thursda} 5:30 pro. New Hope Sam Haught, Pastor: Sunda School 10 am, Worship 1st & 3r Sun. 11 am & 4th Sun. at 7:30 pm Osk Grove Sam Haught, Pastor: Worship a  9:30 am, Sunday School 10:30 am Fifth Sunday Worship, rotata.  between Oak Grove, Trinity, an( New Hipe. Call 466-0010 fo ocation. Forest Hill am Haught, PaStor: Forest Hill Ist& 3rd Sundays: Worship 9:45 tin, Sun. School 10:45 am. Trinity United Methodist am Haught, Pastor: Sunday School 9:45 am, Worship services very Sun. 11 am, Bible study Wed pm. Ph: 304-466:0010 Minister, Hubert Groves: Sam Groves, Lay Leader. Study: 9:45. School 10:00 am., Morning Worship 11 am. Pleaching Service 11:00 am & 6 Undslde ).m.Sunday Night. Mid Week Red Sulphur. Marshall Fowler service 7:00 pro. Pastor:. Service every 2nd Sunday Second Baptist Church 7 pro. every 4th Sun. 11 am. Rev, Matthew Seunders, Pastor;, Mary Jane Supt. Vicky CauL Worship at 11:00 Memorial every Sunday. SS 10:00 a.m. Pastor Ernest Calfee: Sunday Orgainst, Margaret Nelson. Schoel 10am. Morning Worship 11 am. Prayer Meeting 7:30 pm. i Y" PRESBYTERIAN Centerville 3reenvilla, 10 am. Sunday School. 7:45 pro, Community Worship Service First Presbyterian Church Rev.Barbara Romfo: Sunday Worship 11 am,Wed Bible Study B pro, Prayer Meeting 7 pm. Hen's Creek Greenville, 10 a.m. Sunday School 7:45 pm., Community Worship Service. Keller at Lowell Roy. Stewart McMurray, Pastor. Worship Services held at 2:30 p on 1st. and 3rd. Sundays. McEllenny Rev. Stewart McMurray, Pastor. Grassy Moadows,lO am. Sunde School. Worship Service held at am on 2rid. and 4th. Sundays. OTHERS Bennett Chapel ,: Tug Creek Mt. Travis Hocum Pastor: Services, Sat. 6 pm, Sun evening 2 pro. Church of the Living God ::'astor Ron lddings: Sun. School 10 am Morning Worship 11 am Tun. 6 pm Hlnton Gospel Tabernacle 102 Main Street, Terry Weatherly, :)astor: Sun. School 10 am. Norship 11:00 am. Evangelistic Service 7:00 pm. Bible Study Wed. 1:00 pm. Jehovah's Witness Sun. 10 am Public Talk, Sun. 11 am Watchtowar, Study "rue. 7:30 pro, 'rheoeratic School Thurs.8:30 pm Service Meeting. Jumping Branch Tabernacle Tom & 0adene Coffman, Pastor: Franklin Bowles, Supt. Sun. School 9:45 am. Morning Worship 10:45 am. Youth Fellowship 6:00 pro. Evening Worship 7:00 pm. Prayer Service Wed. 7:00 pm. Mount Olivet Church A community church, Madams Creek Road, 2 1/2 miles, William A. Thompson, Pastor: 466-4299 Sunday School 10:00 am. Morning Worship 11:00 am, Evening Service 7:30 pro. EDT, Wednesday (7 pm EST winter) New Hope Church of the Nazarene 1301 Summers St. : Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 am Sunday Evening 6 pm Wed. Kids Club 7 pm. Pence Springs Community Church Pastor Roger Persthger. SS 10 am, Worship Service 11am, Youth i meeting 6 pm, Sun. night worship 7 pm, Wed. night prayer meeting 7:00 pro. Women's Christian Fellowship meeting every tirst Men. of tha month 7 pro. Pillar of Truth Church Barger Springs: Sunday School 10:00 am, Morning Worship 11:00 am, Wed. Bible Study 7:00 pro. Riverview Chapel Speaker Avi Bastajian, Sunday, 9:30 Lord's Table, 11:00 Family Bible Hour, 5:30 light dinner, 6:30 Evening Service, Wed. Prayer Mtg. 7 pro. Rocky Mr. Community Church Indian Ridge Pipestem: Buck Goodwth, Pastor. S. S. 10 am Worship, 11 am; Youth S., 6 pro; Bible Study, 7 pm. 2nd Sat./rod. Gospel Sing, refreshments 7 pro. Shepherd's Care Family Worship Center 505 Stokes Drive. Ph: 466-0550 Pastor Cliff Yates: Sun. 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