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Liberty Leader Newspaper October 2010
Community Paper By The Community And For The Community
Liberty Leader Newspaper October 2010
Community Paper By The Community And For The Community

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Traffic Jams In Liberty
es, that is what I said. So how can a little town with onlythree stop lights have traffic jams? Well bring together anAward Winning AntiqueFestival, an AnnualChamber Antique Car/Tractor/ Bike Show, anAlpaca Day, Hurricane Jane's Customer Appre-ciation Day, Annual Lib-erty Ruritan FriedChicken and BBQ Sale,and yard sales on every cornerof town, and I know I missedsomething, that is how youhave a traffic jam. I spoke to a beautiful southern lady intown that had a yard sale thatSaturday and she lives nearone of the stoplights. She ex-plained to me she had neverseen so much traffic all daylong. She explained it waswonderful to see all the ex-citement in town. Now I know all this was the truth, for not only is this ladya true southern lady, she bleeds Carolina Blue, so to be a true Tarheel fan, nolies comes out. Well now with all the funning around, it lets talk about thisgreat weekend. The last weekend in April and September is putting Libertyon the maps. It isgreat to see thecommunity open upand great all thepeople from out of our area. The An-tique Festival had agreat turnout of notonly vendors butalso visitors. Aspeople made theirways back to their vehicles they dragged all their loot of the day with them. Then the restaurants was a buzz of all the hunger painsand their appetites were filled. Then after their stomach was filled with greatlocal foods, it was time to venture to the Car/Tractor show. It was amazing tosee the turn of unique vintage vehicles. This year Cold Stone Creamery was onhand with their ice cream. Mmmmmm, it hit the spot. The one unique thing Isaw this year in several location was theAmerican Flag flapping proudly in thewarm autumn winds. Numerous carsand tractors in the Show had them dis-played, but numerous homes that hadyards sales going on had them posted. Ieven saw a few vendors with the Flagposted. Well, sometimes pictures areworth more than words.
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The Liberty Leader
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Rockin F Farm
Harvest Days kick off  fall in the area
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Colored Canvas
New Art Program HitsLiberty
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Free Monthly Newspaper OCTOBER 2010 Volume 6 * Issue 10
Teen Night
Hurricane Jane’sSunday Night TeenSpot
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Chamber Luncheon
Chamber luncheon, great food, fellowshipand facts
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Happy moments, PRAISE GOD. Difficult moments,SEEK GOD. Quiet moments, WORSHIP GOD.
Painful moments, TRUST GOD.
Every moment, THANK GOD
"Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Garvey of Essex, NY arepleased to announce the marriage of theirdaughter, Lindsay Erin Garvey, to Justin Samuel,son of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Gaines, on July 10,2010 at Revolution Mill Studios in Greensboro,NC.
The couple have a home in Liberty, NC."
The “Wednesday Work Crew” reported for work at thethird Liberty Habitat Home #3 on our regular 2nd and 4thWednesdays in September. Two workers from Liberty, onefrom Randleman, one from Franklinville, one from Sea-grove and two Habitat Supervisors worked both Wednes-days. ork centered around installing soffit and hardie boardon the rear of the dwelling, installing the crawl space door,and finishing overhangs and painting on the utility build-ing. A Liberty couple who attends First United Methodistdonated funds to provide lunches both days at Hurricane Jane’s in downtown Liberty. On Tuesday, September 14, about ten members from HabitatRandolph journeyed to Liberty and hosted a whopper breakfast catered by Sammy’sCatering of Staley held at Hurricane Jane’s in Liberty (talk about cooperation betweencompetitors!) for around 25 members of the Liberty business community to familiarizethem on the impact on the lives of those touched by Habitat and educate others on therequirements for owning a home built by Habitat. Additionally, a plea was made forfunding and laborers to finish the third home in Liberty. If you or your company canprovide some level of funding (no amount is too small) or labor (no level of expertise isnecessary), call Executive Director Wanda Pegg at 625-1429 or Rodney Overcash (Con-struction Coordinator) at 336-953-2929. On the “Volunteer Front”, Lauren Osborne, ERHSCareer Development Coordinator, and new Vo-Tec Teacher Jason Overman will canvassthe clubs at Eastern to determine if there is a role some of their students can play in pro-viding some labor on some of the future Saturdays during October, November and De-cember. For Habitat, Tom, Meacham
Yard Tip:
ust a reminder now that we've gotten a steady bit of rain that if your interested in overseeding / core aeration (aka "plugging)in your yard, Paul Bruchon Lawn Care and they will give youan estimate, same goes for leaf removal. This is for commercialand residential customers, and they would love to help you outin any way possible, let PBLC make your yard look its best.Give them a call me if you are interested.
Plan of Salvation
Because of our sin, we are separated from God. "For all have sinned and fall short of theglory of God."
Romans 3:23The penalty for our sin is death. "For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God iseternal life in Jesus Christ our Lord."
Romans 6:23The penalty for our sin was paid by Jesus Christ! "But God demonstrates His own lovetoward us, in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us."
Romans 5:8If we repent of our sin, then confess and trust Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior, wewill be saved from our sins!"For whosever calls on the name of the Lord shall be saved."
Romans 10:13"...if you confess with your mouth the Lord Jesus and believe in your heart that God hasraised Him from the dead, you will be saved.
For with the heart one believes untorighteousness, and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation."
Romans 10:9-10Can you be sure that if you ask Christ to save you, He will?"Whoever believes that Jesus is the Christ is born of God... These things Ihave written to you who believe in the name of the Son of God; that youmay know that you have eternal life." 1 John 5:1,13
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Digging Into The Word
AUTHOR’S NOTE: Recently achurch member sent me an arti-cle on the young four year oldgirl who was tortured and mur-dered by her mother’s boy-friend in Smithfield, NC. Thechurch member wanted answers from God’s Word onhow to deal with this horrific event… this is how I re-sponded to her.“The only way to understand this horrible situation is toseek to understand SIN. Not each person's
individualsin, but Sin as a whole that infects the human race. Ro-mans 5:12 says: "When Adam sinned, SIN entered theworld. Adam’s sin brought death, so death spread toeveryone, for everyone sinned".When we think of sin, we generally
think of our sin:lying, stealing, cheating and
sex outside of marriage.Those things are sin... but the Sin we have to considertoday is Sin in general. That kind of evil
has beenpassed down from parent to child since Adam & Eve.That sin affects the whole world as we know it. Romans8:20-21 says: "Against its will, all creation was subjectedto God’s curse. But with eager hope, the creation looksforward to the day when it will join God’s children inglorious freedom from death and decay." Not what isthe result of sin? Romans 6:23 says: "For the wages of sinis death". Wherever sin is
freedom, death is thenatural result. What we saw in this horrific event wasSin having its natural result in this little girl's life.You maybe thinking: "What about the guy that did this?Does he have no responsibility?" YES! The Bible clearlyteaches that each of us has a choice. Romans 6:16 says:"You can be a slave to sin, which leads to death, or youcan choose to obey God, which leads to
(good) living". If what has been said is true, this man chose to be a slaveto sin which led to this little girl's death.
What does the Bible say should be done to him? Again,if this man is proven guilty, then Romans 13:2 says: "Soanyone who rebels against
(the government)
is rebellingagainst what God has instituted, and they will be pun-ished". What punishment does he deserve? Justice de-mands death in this situation and God has always giventhe government the right to take someone's life in thename of justice. Romans 13:4 says: "The government hasthe right to carry out the death sentence. It is God’s ser-vant, an avenger to execute God’s anger on anyone whodoes what is wrong". (GWT) What about forgiveness?This man can
receive forgiveness if he asks God for it...this is not the unpardonable sin. However, forgivenessof sin doesn't mean
freedom from consequences--heshould still die.What about the little girl? This is where you
have toreally see things through God's eyes. Every indication isthat this girl
stayed in a living hell.
If the charges of sex-ual molestation &
physical beatings are true, then shewas a tormented soul indeed. Now, what is the mostloving thing God could do for her? Well, based on Scrip-ture the most loving thing He could do for her
her to Heaven through death.
Heaven is a place soawesome that a tortured man once said: "Our sufferingis light and temporary and is producing for us an eter-nal glory that is greater than anything we can imagine".2 Corinthians 4:17 (GWT) He's saying that even theworst
four years
here on Earth for that little girl
wouldseem like nothing once she experienced Heaven for amoment. You see for the Christian and children underthe age of accountability (which this girl most certainlywas), death is a blessing--not a curse. Death is a doorthat leads to eternal blessings, happiness and safety.Death is the greatest gift God could give this little girl.God showed
His love for her by
taking her to Heaven.Even with all this amazing truthfrom God's word, this is still a hor-rible event.
My heart breaks for
thischild and is full of righteous angerat this man. BUT, seeing thingsthrough God's truth is always bet-ter. We can take heart that
our good& loving God was in control of thisevent
and is
in control of our livestoday.” By Pastor Randy Hand
Now Open Saturday Night’s 5 to 9
erve ‘n 
Are you a teen? Can you stay up
 Then you’re invited to...
Friday October 15th6 pm until 6 am
Movies, Midnight BowlingBonfire w/ S’mores & Weenie RoastCrazy Contests & Games, & a chance to serve kids in need!
only $15
(covers bowling, movies, snacks, and t-shirt)
Wanna go? Need info? Call 919-548-0350.
Drop Off: 6pm Pick Up: 6am@ Freedom Family Church510-A N Greensboro St in Liberty Waiver/Permission Form MUST be signed for teens under 18 to participate
 JOHN 3:16
For GOD so loved the world that HEgave HIS only begotten son, that whoever believes inHIM should not perish but have everlast
ing life.
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