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4 - Hinton News Tues. Sept. 4, 2012 The Hinton News Published weekly on Tuesday By The Hinton Publishing Corporation 210 Second Avenue Hinton, W VA. 25951 Phone (304) 466-0005 Fred Long Publ. - Ed USPS 246-160 Subscriptions By Mail Out el State $37.50 par year By CarrierIn Summers C0. $23.60 par year 50 Issue All other WV counties $30.00 par year (WV resident pay 6% sales tax) $26.00 Per Year U.S. Postal Regulations Require Payments in Advance POSTMASTER: Send address changes to publication name and mailing address. Periodical Postage Paid At Lewisburg, WV 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: Man. & Tue.: 9 am to 4 pm. Wed.: 9 am to 12 pm. Thurs.: 9 am to 4 pm. Lillian Pearl Kula Announcement The Kula family would like to announce the arrival of Lillian Pearl Kula. She was born on July 28, at 12:42 p.m. She weighed 6 lbs. 1 ounce and was 20 inches long. Her parents, Ted and Cheryl, brought her home on July 29 where she met her big sister, Lieschen, for the first time. Lillian's grandparents are Ted and Peggy Kula of Weirton, WV, Okey and Jodi Bragg of Forest Hill and Steven Lowry and Sharon Buckland of Dry Pond, WV. Her great grandmothers are Christine Lowry of Buck, WV and Clara Lusk of Lexington, VA. Notice SPECIAL EVENTS The Historic Graham House, Rt. 3, Lowell is available for reunions, parties, meetings, weddings, receptions, etc. Indoor with large kitchen, dinning room, picnic tables & shelter outside, restrooms & outdoor area for recreation. For rates and availability call 304- 466-3321. 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The closing date and the deadlineI Ifor placing classified advertisements is FridayI latt2noon / I Publisher not bound by any terms orI I conditions, printed or otherwise, appearing onI |order blanks, advertiser's forms or copyI |instructions when in conflict with terms and | I conditions OR publisher's rate card or policies.I / Advertiser and advertising agency willI I indemnify and hold harmless this newspaper;I lits officers, agents, employees and contractors,I I for all contents supplied to publisher, including I I text; representations and illustrations ofI I advertisements printed, and for any claims I I arising from contents including, but not limited I I to defamation, invasion of privacy, copyrightI I infringement, plagiarism, and in the case ofaI | preprinted insert, deficient postage. | I This newspaper shall not be liable for failureI Ito print, publish or circulate all or any part ofI law issue in which an advertisement accepted| IbY the publisher is contained if failuie is due toI lacts of God or government, strikes, accidents, I Ilack of newsprint or other circumstancesI 1~eyond our control ) / Of course none of what we do would be possible without the help of our dedicated volunteers, as Beyond Wishes TRP, Inc. is an all- volunteer organization. Donations are welcome as we are a nonprofit 501(c) (3) organization that always needs support for our equine friends and students. For more information contact: Beyond Wishes Therapeutic Riding Program at 304-466-0431 or also website is www.beyondwishes .org and on Facebook. West Uirginia Senior Elks Golf Championship 2012 Beyond Wishes TRP Back in the Saddle: pictured are: Students Chase and Dillon on Acorn going on a trail ride. Volunteers are Rich and Lynne Larson with Toni and Mareelyn McQuaig. We started our second season of We still have four program BWTRPApril 1. The new riding ring horses; Rio, True Gem, Acorn and was built and all the students Princess. We have two others; one seemed to love it. We began with 5 in training and one in rehab. Soon special needs students and by May we will have another program horse 1st., we had 2 more for a total of named "Tiny". He is older and very seven. Our able bodied students quiet and will hopefully be a good totaled 5. addition to our therapy program. Our new special equipment this Of our special need students, 50% Hinton Elks #821 and Willow Wood Country Club were proud to host their 26th Annual West Virginia Senior Elks Tournament on August 16 thru August 19. Seventy-one golfers e nj o y e d four days of golf and fellowship. A banquet was held on Saturday August 18th with s p e c i a 1 guests from Huntington, West Virginia State Elks President, Carl T. Mooney PER, and first lady, Ann as well as West Virginia Elks District Deputy Dan Goheen, also from Huntington. A special guest from Hinton, Randy Halley, PER, PSP, and wife Mary Ann were also able to attend. The winners were as follows: Championship Flight-lst. place, Dickie Gunnoe, 2nd place, Darrell Mann, 3rd place Phillip Meadows. 1st. Flight- 1st. place, Buck year added many games and are financially unable to pay. Hardman, 2nd. place, Roger Healey, activities that can be played. We also Therefore, there is an ongoing need 3rd. place, Jim Eskins. 2nd. Flight- purchased rainbow reins, lead ropes for sponsorship. We are planning an and safety helmets. Some training annual fundraiser for early fall. equipment was also purchased. Our veterans program has been Thank you so much to the Hinton somewhat successful for local Area Foundation for the grant we veterans, but Beckley VAMC is still received to help make these having difficulties with improvements possible, transportation. Next goal date will This has been a very eventful beAug. 23. Hopefully we will be able year, so far. May 6, we had a Demo to complete the 4 week program with Day which was great fun and well attended. On May 11, wevisited the special education class at the High School. June 29, was the storm of all storms, which pretty much halted everything for 30 days. There were 2 lessons in July compared to our average of 35 a month. For the first quarter of the season we had 107 lesson scheduled and 80 given. these individuals thanks to the Beckley Area Foundation Grant. We have signed a contract with Guided Equine Healing and Learning Experience (GEHLE), which is an organization that sponsors children for ten lessons. They must be referred to us by them. We are continuing to expand our website ( There were 15 weather cancellations with news, events, horse profiles, with 12 dueto sickness or vacation. -ietures and more We are ... . b,t , .. . .~ Everyone ~as doing very well v ~ ~ard to ' ~ ~ Constantly worklng ~ ~-~ ~ working on their goal of riding improve our program to better serve independently, our students. In Loving emo 1st place, Dave Sturgill, 2nd. place- Dwight Sisson, 3rd. Ed Yates. 3rd. Flight- 1st. place, Marshall Colebank, 2nd. place, Lance. Pannell, 3rd. place, Richard Cunningham. 4th .Flight-lst. place, Irvin Cremeans, 2nd. place, Greg Vanderhom, 3rd. place, Dave Staley. 5th. Flight-lst. place, Tom Chaffin, 2nd. place, Harry Basham, 3rd. place, Chris Hardman. 6th, Flight- 1st, place, Mark Hart, 2nd. place, Tim Rutherford, 3rd. place, John Parkulo. Eclectic Corner Cheerfulness and contentment are great beau "titles and are famous preservers of youthful looks. --Charles Dickens (John 8:32) Objections to Baptism by Dave Ph.D. (Part 7a, continued from last week) http://www.apologeticspress.orgAPContent.aspx?category=11&article=2748&topi~379 (Used by permission) Objection #7a: "Baptism is a meritorious work, whereas we are saved by grace, not works ." "Works" or "steps" of salvation do not imply that one "merits" his salvation upon obedient compliance with those actions. Rather, "steps" or "a process" signifies the biblical concept of preconditions, stipulations of faith, or acts of obedience-what James called "works" (James 2:17). James was not saying that one can earn his justification (James 2:24). Rather, he was describing the active nature of faith, showing that saving faith, faith that is alive-- as opposed to dead and therefore utterly useless (2:20)--is the only kind that is acceptable to God, a faith that obeys whatever actions God has indicated must be done. The obedience of both Abraham and Rahab is set forth as illustrative of the kind of faith James says is acceptable. They manifested their trust by actively doing what God wanted done. Such obedient or active trust is the only kind that avails anything. Thus, obedient response is essential. The actions themselves are manifestations of this trust that justifies, not the trust itself. But notice that according to James, you cannot have one without the other. Trust, or faith, is dead, until it leads one to obey the specifications God assigned. Here is the essence of salvation that separates those who adhere to biblical teaching from those who have been adversely influenced by the Protestant reformers. The reformers reacted to the unbiblical concept of stacking bad deeds against good deeds in an effort to offset the former by the latter. Unfortunately, the reactionary reformers went to the equally unacceptable, opposite extreme by asserting that man need "only believe" (Luther) or man can do nothing at all (Calvin). The truth is between these two unbiblical extremes. From Genesis to Revelation, faith is the trusting, obedient response that humans manifest in response to what God offers. This is the kind of "justification by faith" that Paul expounded in Romans. Like red flags, he defined what he meant by "faith" with the words "obedient faith" (hupakoein pisteos) at the very beginning (1:5) and at the end (16:26) of his divinely inspired treatise. Until faith obeys, it is useless and cannot justify. Copyright 2009 Apologetics Press, Inc. All rights reserved. Continued next week. 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