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Star is I (. Local Student ,k uilt on its can Creek ~er of )u get -Fri. r any days king I, HUNTER SEAN BARTON Son Born to Bartons Jason and Stacey Barton of South Parkersburg are proud to announce the birth of their first child, Hunter Sean. Hunter Sean was born on June 11, 2004 at 2:48 pm at the St. Joseph Hospital in parkersburg. He weighed 7 pounds and 10 ounces, and was 19 inches long. His maternal grandparents are , Leon and Reva Starkey of Crawford, Jarrett and Leslie Reedy of Wheeling and Robin Barr of Crosslanes. The paternal grandparents are Larry and Deana Barton of Williamstown. The maternal great-grandparents are Leon and Phyllis Starkey and Doris Williams all of Glenville. His pater- nal great-grandparents are Robert and Donna Wyatt of Parkersburg and Johnnie and Goldine Barton of Glenville. Hunter's mother is the former Stacey Starkey of Glenville. She is an opera- tional manager at Staples in Athens, Ohio. His father, Jason, is a policeman for the City of Parkersburg. COURTNEY BAILEY Area Resident Part of Record-setting Class at Mercyhurst College Courtney Bailey, daughter of C. Myron and SherryBailey, of Burnt House, is part of a record-breaking freshman class at Mercyhurst Col- lege in Erie, Pa. Courtney is one of nearly 700 first- year students who have chosen to attend Mercyhurst this fall. Mercyhurst began its 78'" year on Men., Sept. 6, with a total enrollment of nearly 4,000 students. The college is a Catholic liberal arts college founded by the Sisters of Mercy and is the second largest of the Mercy Col- leges in the United States. Courtney will major in Archaeol- ogy while attending Mercyhurst Col- lege. She is a 2004 graduate of Gilmer County High School. Welcome to Glenville, new GSC students and faculty! See the regular GSC ad on page 5 weekly! College-boundhighschoolstudents exam includes four parts: English, can take the ACT Assessment onreading, mathematics, and science. It October 23, 2004, the next national takes three hours to complete. The ,,test date. The deadline for postmark test fee is $28. Free sample tests are :!registration is September 17. The available from high schoN counselors 'late registration deadline is October I and sample questions can be found on (an additional $15 late fee is required ACT's website, which also offers in- for late registration). Students can expensive practice tests. _get registration materials from their Beginning in February, 2005, an guidancecounselorortheycanregis- optional writing test will be added to ter online at, the ACT Assessment. Since many ACTs cores are accepted by virtu- colleges will not require a writing ally all colleges in the nation, includ- score, students will only have to take ing all lvy League schools. Theexam the writing test if their college re- is administered in all 50 states. Stu- quires it. Otherwise, they may opt for dentscan find the closest testingloca- the regular ACT Assessment without lion by searching on ACTs website, the writing test. Students who plan to Some students perform better on start college in the Fall of 2006 should the ACT because it is based oncheck with prospective colleges to achievement, not aptitude. The ACT find out if a writing score is required. The Baptism that Unites By Pastor Larry Keenan The one aspect of the New Testa- tions are removed because Paul says merit that stands out when contrasted there is neither Jew nor Greek (Gen- with the Old Testament is the work tile), neither bond nor free, neither of God's Spirit. In the Old Testa- male nor female. Dear reader, if I ment, you read statements such as, baptize a Jew, he comes out of the "the Spirit of God came upon him," water a Jew; if I baptize someone in | ~}#1 speakingofSaul(ISamual 10:10)or bondage(i.e.jail),hecomesoutofthe 'the Spirit of God came upon water still in bondage (a prisoner); Azariah" (IIChronicles 15:1 )or,"the and if I baptize a woman, she comes Spirit of God was upon the messen- out of the water a woman. In the gers" (I Samual 19:20). The Holy physical realm, physicalwatercannot Spirit in the Old Testament would remove these distinctions, but in the come andgoashesovereignly willed spiritual realm, the Holy Spirit, by to accomplish some specific purpose. His sovereign power, puts us into the In the New Testament, we see that body of Christ and removes all these the Spirit of God permanently unites distinctions. You have to be spiritu- tothe body of Christ and indwells the ally blind not to see this. When this believer. John the Baptist proph- baptism takes place, the Holy Spirit esied that although he baptized with becomes our seal (Ephesians 1 : 13) water, there was one coming who and the "day of redemption" when would baptize with the Holy Spirit Christ returns in a "twinkling of an ((Matthew 3:11). This was repeated eye" (I Corinthians 15:52), we ex- by Jesus in Acts 1:5 just preceding change these corruptible bodies for the day of Pentecost. those which are incorruptible. In Corinthians 12, the subject is Nowtochangethesubject, thiswill the body of Christ. In I Corinthians be my last article, since our house in 12:11, we see the sovereignty of the Wood County has been sold and a Spirit is emphasized as he gives the new one purchased in Pensacola, FL. gifts tomen"asHe will." In verse 12, We will be leaving for Florida Sept. Paul speaks of the unity of the body, 16, 2004. I just want to say farewell *which is Christ, and in verse ! 3, He to those who have followed my writ- tells us that we are all baptized into ings and thank you for your kind (united) with the one body (the body attention. I enjoy sharing the truth of of Christ), and this baptism is accom- God's Word because it neverchanges, i plished by God's Spirit, not by some I have been privileged for the past man using water. This verse clearly four years to pastor the Kanawha Drive distinguishes betweenwaterbaptism Church and can honestly say that I I and spirit baptism and proves that have never found a more wonderful I Paul can't be referring to water bap- and sweeter group of people in my 33 tism. First of all, water is not men- years of gospel ministry. The church! tioned at all in this chapter, and sec- may be small in number, but it is great ondly, because of the subjects being in heart and kindness. I am going to baptized. You will notice that Paul miss those of the church immensely! says baptism includesJewsandGen- As the Irish say, "May the road al- tiles and both bond and free. Then ways rise to meet you and the wind be when we look at Galatians 3:27 and always at your back." As a Navy 28, Paul mentions the same subjects veteran of 15 years, I wish you all fair and adds a third category, that of winds and following seas. male and female. Here is the proof that this baptism is not water bap- KANAWHA DRIlVE CHURCH tism. In spirit baptism, all distinc- Rte. 5, (;lenvill, W.Va. II I r_th Announcemen} ABIGAIL CELESTE BEE Thursday, Sept. 9, 2004 -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder --- Page 9 Bee's First Child Kcvin and Elizabeth Bee are proud to announce the birth of their first child, Abigail Celeste. Abigail was born on July 14,2004 in Madison, TN. She weighed 8 lbs. 9 3/4 ozs. and was 21 inches long. Her grandparents are Terry and Ann Bee of Glenville, and Randy and Freda Hash of Mullens. 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