The Fayette Citizen-Religion Page
Wednesday, August 19, 1998
Religion Briefs

Liberty Hill Plans Homecoming, Revival

Liberty Hill AME Church, 210 Minix Road, Sharpsburg, will hold a homecoming service at 3 p.m. on Aug. 23. The speaker will be the Rev. George F. Fields, pastor of St. Paul AME Church in Canton. Also planned are revival services, Wednesday through Friday, Aug. 26-28,. The revivalist is the Rev. David Johnson, associate pastor of Allen Temple AME Church in Woodstock. All are invited to celebrate with the Liberty Hill family.

Golfer's "Chicken Soup"

The publishers of the enormously popular "Chicken Soup for the Soul" book series are looking for inspirational stories from golfers for a new edition called "Chicken Soup for the Golfer's Soul." Anecdotes should be heart-warming or humorous, but always true and uplifting. If you have a story, send it to Chicken Soup for the Golfer's Soul at 3104 Camelback Rd. # 531, Phoenix, AZ 85016; fax to 602-508-8912; or e-mail to Maximum word count is 1,200; keep copies, because materials cannot be returned. Deadline is Sept. 10.

"Chasti-Tea" Held by Assembly of God Women

Mothers and daughters who are members of Fayette Assembly of God held a "Chasti-Tea" to discuss remaining pure until marriage. The event began at Village Cafe and then moved to the home of Mike and Pam Carithers of Fayetteville. According to Sherry Griffith, the event was organized to open lines of communication about abstinence. Each young woman pledged to God and her mother that she would remain celibate until marriage and was photographed wearing a bridal veil.

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