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Church and related CLINCH VALLEY TIMES ~.St':. Paul, YA Thursday, July 26, 2012 Page 3 Brenda Kay Adkisson Brenda Kay Adkisson, 58, Castlewood, went to be with the Lord surrounded by family and friends on Friday, July 20 at her home. Born in BriStol, Tennessee, she was the daughter of the late Sam Castle. She graduated from Castlewood High School in 1972. She was a Christian and attended Hamlin Baptist Church. She worked as a cook for many years at Double-Kwik in Castle- wood and from 2009-2011 at the Virginia City Stop and Go in St. Paul. Survivors include her hus- band, William Jay "W.J." Ad- kisson; two daughters, Lori B. Campbell and husband, Bryon, Abingdon and Kayla M. Phillips, Norton; mother and step father, Carol and Sid Jennings, Castle- wood; one sister, Terri Bush and husband, "Logan, Castlewood; one brother, Tim Castle, Kings- port, Tennessee; six sisters-in- law, Ruby Marshall, Castle- wood, Molly Wright, Castle- wood, Sallie Cole, Abingdon, Betty Sproles, Abingdon, Linda Meade, Nickelsville, and Pauline Mullins, Chattanooga, Tennes- see; special pet, Reese; special friend whom she loved like a son, Cody Shortridge; two special cousins; Judy Shaffer and Jimmy Ervin; several nieces and nephews. Services were conducted at 3:00 p.m. Sunday, July 22 in Castlewood Funeral Home Cha- pel with Rev. Mike Moore and Rev. Jim Pratt officiating. Inter- ment followed in Temple Hill Memorial Park, Castlewood. Pallbearers were men from Hamlin Baptist Church: Ike Turner, Larry Shortt, Don Gross, Garland Cornett, Joey Stanley, nephews: Thud Patrick, Jarred Peters and Josh Peters. Honorary pallbearers were Danny Bush, Rev. Danny Meade, Michael Bush, William "Bill" Couch, Butch Kiser, Rev. Lee Kidd, Run Hileman, Travis Stanley, Bobby Hill, Jeff Brummett, Rev. Wayne Meade and Rev. Joey Fuller. The family wants to give thanks to the Wellmont Hospice for all their help, love and care, especially to Sandy, Freida, Lin- da, Susie and Laura, the loving members of Hamlin Baptist Church and Castlewood High School faculty and students for their never ending love, care and support. And to a host of family and friends who continued to visit and care for Kay and especially those who volunteered to stay with her many-many days as caretakers. We will never forget your love and kindness. Online condolences may be sent activities calendar ANCHOR OF HOPE TABERNACLE PHILLIPS CHAPEL CHURCH-West West Dante, Worship Sundays at 7 p.m. Dante, Saturday worship, 7 p.m.; Sunday and Singing first Saturdays every month School 10 a.m.; Sunday worship, 11 a.m.; at 7 p.m. Cleophas Mullins is pastor. All Wed. Youth Service 6 p.m. Bible study, 7 are welcome, p.m. Rev. Randy Noonchester, pastor. APOSTOLIC LIGHTHOUSE-Worship PLEASANT HILL BAPTIST-Reeds Thursdays 7 p.m. Sundays, 6:30 p.m. Valley Road, Castlewood. Sunday School Hwy 65 (Mew Road) 276-467-1700. 10a.m Sunday worship 11 a.m 6p.m.; Pastor, BryanK. Hall. Wednesday Bible study 7 p.m. For ARK OF FAITH CHURCH-Sunday information or 24 hour prayer, call 276- School, 10 a.m. Worship 11 am.; Thurs- 794-7754. day, 7:30 p.m. Youth Group; from Dun- REEDS VALLEY COMMUNITY gannon Rd. (Rt. 65) to Rt. 684, drive I Y= CHURCH-Sunday School 10 a.m T of ruth Compliments of Pastor Jessie M. Jones 762-7963 miles. Peggy Porter is pastor, worship at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. The Rev. theowner to consider attending BEAR WALLOW CHURCH-Sunday Konn Edwards. School, 10 a.m, Sunday wurship, 11 a.m RINGS CHAPEL CHURCH-Sunday the church, the owner told the & 6 p.m.; Wed. prayer service, 7 p.m. School 10 a.m.; Sunday worship 11 a.m.; pastor that he was currently not The pastor is Joe Bailey. Sunday and Wednesday nights, 6 p.m. going to church but if he ever BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH-Sunday Pastor, Tom Anderson. did decide to go he certainly worship services-I 1 a.m Pastor Richard RIVERSIDE BAPTIST-Sunday wor- Minton. Wednesday night, 7 p.m. with ship & Children's Church, 11 a.m.; All would not be coming to the Terry Amey. welcome. Pastor, Rev. John Kiser. church where this preacher was BOND TOWN CHURCH-Coebum. ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL-St. Paul. pastor. When the pastor pressed Sunday School 10 a.m.; worship, 11 a.m Sunday worship 9 a.m.; Bible Study the gas station owner for a and 7 p.m. Sunday; 7 p.m. Wednesday. Wednesday, 10 am. Once there was a pastor who was trying to build up his church and was hoping to raise the attendance rate. He was going from house to house and from business to business inviting people to church. At one parti- cular gas station, when he asked BRICK BAPTIST CHURCH-Sunday ST. PAUL ASSEMBLY OF GOD- School 10 a.m morning worship 11 Sunday School 10 a.m Sunday worship a.m Youth Meeting, 6 p.m. Pastor is 11 a.m. & 7 p.m.; Wednesday, 7 p.m Rev. Jim Anderson. Family Night (Adult Bible Study/Prayer, BUFFALO HOLINESS CHURCH - Missionettes and Royal Rangers) For Services Saturday, 7 p.m. and Thursday 7 information, call 762-7748. p.m. Pastor, Elmo Warner. ST. PAUL FREEWILL BAPTIST CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH- CHURCH-Sunday School 10 a.m Gravel Lick, Sunday School 10 a.m Sunday worship 11 a.m. & 6 p.m.; Worship 11 a.m Sunday night 6:30 p.m. Wednesday-Prayer meeting at 6:30 p.m Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7 p.m. Whetstone. Rev. Cecil Jessee, pastor. reason that he would not want to attend his church, the owner asked him to step inside his office. There, he showed the pastor a metal box which he explained was full of bad debts; bounced checks; and accounts of folks who refused to pay him what they owed. He told the pastor that at least half of those accounts were people who were members of his church! The pastor asked the owner if he could borrow the metal box for a few days. The owner gave his permission. The following Sunday when the pastor stood up to the pulpit, he held up the metal box. He told the congregation exactly what the gas station offner had told him. The pastor added that he had not read any of the names that were in the box; but stated that if those people who owed those debts had not paid them or at least made a payment arrange- ment with the gas station owner that he would be eading those names the following Sunday. By the next day cars were lined up at that gentleman's gas station! As Numbers Ch 32 Verse 23 says - "Be sure your sin will find yOU out." Pastor, LeonardFerguson. ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST to the family through our web CASTLE RUN COMMUNITY CHUR- CHURCH-Sunday School 10 a.m Stay cool while protecting the site and a video tribute may be CH-Apostolie Faith services, Sunday at worship I 1 a.m. The Rev. Harry Layell. Zucchini & summer squash viewed at 10 a.m. and6p.m, and Wednesday, 7 ST. THERESE CATHOLIC-St. Paul. i du i g d g p.m. The Pastor is Rev. John g. Byrd. Sunday Mass 8:30 a.m. Father Mike env ronment even r n o Call 762-2278. Herbert. m. - castlewood Funeral Home, CASTLEWOOD PRESB ERIAN STRAIG.T HOLLOW FREEWILL,- rcla'rs summer CHURCH-Worship 9:45 a.m Sunday BAPTIST CHURCH-Dante. Sunday Castlewood, was in charge of School, 11 a.m. 762-0569. School 10 a.m worship 11 a.m 7 p.m. This summer, you don't have arrangements. CHERRY GROVE CHURCH-Dry Wednesday prayer service 7 p.m. to let sweltering temperatures Fork. Sunday School I0 a.m Services at SULPHUR SPRINGS UNITED and sky-high energy bills cause I I a.m and 6 p.m. Sundays. Rev. Marcus METHODIST, Route AIt. 58, you tO sweat. By taking a few Meade. 276-395-3588. Dickensonville. Sun. AM/PM and Wed. CHURCH OF GOD OF PROPHECY- PM services. Info: Pastor Gary (or Millie) simple energy-efficient steps, by Donna Meade Russell County Extension Zucchini and summer squash have made their appearance in local gardens and markets. Sum- mer squash and zucchini are actually gourds and belong to the family cucurbitaceous which also includes cucumbers, melons and winter squash. These family members grow on vines or bushes. The term 'summer' and 'winter' squash have been used to differentiate between squash with a soft skin which were only available in the summertime and squash with a hard rind that are harvested in the fall and winter- ed over. Squash - winter or sum- mer - are native to the Americas. There are many varieties of zucchini and other vegetables like carrots, broccoli, spinach or eggplant to lasagna, spag- hetti sauce or other casserole dishes. Add chopped squash to pasta, chicken or tuna salads. Cut squash into sticks and serve with dip. Add cubed squash to soup. Add during the last few minutes of cooking and cook until heated through. Make "squash" bread and butter pickles. Visit the National Center for Home Food Preservation for a recipe. Freeze grated zucchini for baking. Wash and grate squash. 'summer' squash. The two most Steam blanch grated squash in popular are green zucchini and small quantities 1 to 2 minutes yellow squash. Summer squash have straight or curved necks. Zucchini can also be found that is yellow! Other summer squash include patty pan, scaloppini squash, globe squash and cha- yote. Summer squash is more than 95 percent water so it is low in calories! One cup of raw sliced squash (yellow squash or zuc- chini) has about 20 calories per cup. One cup, cooked, has between 25 and 35 calories and 2.5 grams of dietary fiber. Eat these yellow or green squashes with the skin on to take advan- tage of the carotenoid pigments lutein and zeaxanthin. These vegetables also have vitamin C potassium and magnesium. Whether you purchase or pick zucchini or yellow squash from your garden, choose firm, slender ones that have bright color and are free of wrinkles or soft spots. Some yellow variety summer squash have bumpy skin and a larger bottom. Try to pick squash 6 to 8 inches long and 2 inches in diameter. As zucchini and yellow squash get larger and bigger around, they become tougher and have bigger seeds. These larger squashes can be used to make bread, muffins and cakes. Cut out the seeds and center pulp with the tip of a spoon and grate to use in baking. Store zucchini or yellow squash in the crisper drawer of the refrigerator. For best quality, use within 3 to 4 days. Wash squash just before preparing. Here are some ways to add zucchini or yellow squash to your menu: Slice lengthwise, mari- nate in balsamic vinegar (or your favorite salad dressing) and grill[ Slice zucchini length- wise and use in place of la- sagna noodles in your fav- orite lasagna recipe. Add chopped or grated until translucent. Pack pre-mea- sured amount needed for your favorite recipes into containers, leaving inch headspace. Cool by placing the containers in cold water. Seal, label and freeze the pre-measured quantity. If watery when thawed, discard the liquid before using the zucchini or summer squash. Summer Squash Soup (Makes 10 servings) Ingredients: 2 tbsp. canola oil 3 pounds yellow summer squash, sliced 3 large onions, sliced 1 tbsp. dried thyme leaves 3 cans (14.5 oz. each) fat- free, reduced sodium chicken broth 3 to 5 cups water freshly ground black pepper finely chopped fresh chives, for garnish Directions: In a Dutch oven or large, heavy pan, heat the oil over medium-low heat. Add squash and onions. Stir often for about 30 minutes or until the vege- tables are tender. Add the broth and 3 cups of water bring to a boil, reduce heat and simmer, uncovered for 30 minutes. Re- move the pot from the heat and let the soup cool slightly. In a blender or food processor, puree the soup in batches and return it to the pot. (I use an immersion blender.) Thin with additional water, if necessary. Season to taste with pepper, garnish with chives, and serve. Leftover soup can be frozen. Source: Recipe from the American Institute for Cancer Research. Page=News&storylD= 14480 Nutrition information per serving: Calories, 50; total carbohydrate, 8g; dietary fiber, 2g; total fat, 3g; saturated fat, 0g; trans fat, 0g; protein, 3g; sodium, 270mg. ),THIS SUNDAY " TRI-COUNTY :SERVICE, I| ' Phone-I62.95Ql St. Paul, VaJ Sunday School 10 a.m Worship service Crum at276.393.3522. 11 a.m 7 p.m Wed. Bible Study 7 p.m. CHURCH OF MOST HIGH GOD, St. Paul, Sunday, 6 p.m.; Wednesday, 7 p.m.; Pastor Bro. Joseph Dunn. For infor- mation, call 762-0909 or 6764)622. CLEVELAND UNITED METHO- DIST CHURCH-Cleveland, Sunday School 10 a.m worship 11 am Wed- nesday Bible study 7 p.m. DELIVERANCE MINISTRY CHUR- CH, formerly known as Campbell Chapel, on Moccasin. Sunday School, 11 a.m. Sunday worship 6:15 p.m.; Wed- nesday worship, 7:15 p.m. Special Prayer Meeting first Tuesdays at 7:15 p.m. DRY FORK FREEWILL BAPTIST- Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Sunday worship 11 a.m 6 p.m.; Bible Study Wed 6:30 p.m. Pastor, D.J. Couch. EMMANUEL CHAPEL-Castlewood. Sunday services 11 a.m 7 p.m.; Wed, 7 p.m. The Rev. Myers Vicars. ERVIN CHAPEL FREEWILL BAPT- ST-Sunday School I0 a.ha.; Sunday worship 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.; Wed. Bible Study 7 p.m. Fred Dingus is pastor. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD-Dante Sunday School, 10 a.m Sunday worship 11 am. and 7 p.m and Wed 7 p.m. The pastors are Jerry and Nedra Estep. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH-St. Paul. Sunday School, 9:45; Sunday worship 11 a.m, 6:30 p.m. Rev. Mike Moore. FIRST MT. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH-Dante. Sunday worship' 11 a.m, second and fourth Sundays, Interim Pastor Roy Mabry. FORT GIBSON UNITED METHO- DIST CHURCH-Sunday School, 9 a.m; Worship 10 a.m. The Rev. Harry Layell. FULL GOSPEL REVIVALS-Han- s0nville, services Saturday, 7 p.m.; Sunday, 6 p.m. GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH-Huffman Hollow, Mill Creek Road, Lebanon, Sunday School 10 &m.; worship 11 a.m.~ and 6 p.m. Wed. Youth Night 7 p.m. Pastor Don Bush. GRASSY CREEK BAPTIST/lVlETH- ODIST, Route 71 between Dickenson- ville and Nickelsville. For more info: 276.393.3522. HAMLIN BAPTIST CHURCH-Cas- tlewood; Sunday School 10 &m Sunday worship 11 am. & 6 p.m.; Wednesday Bible Study 7 p.m. HIGHPOINT COMMUNITY CHUR- CH-Castlewood. Sunday School 10 a.m worship I 1 &m 6 p.m. HOUSE OF PRAYER-Sunday 6 p.m Thursday 7 p.m. Rt. 65, Castlewood. Pastor, Lawrence l-tollyfield. HOUSE OF THE LORD-Little Jer- usalem, Castlewood. Sunday School 10 am worship 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.; Thursday worship 7 p.m. Rev. Teddy G. Phillips. LAKEVIEW BAPTIST/blETHO- DIST, On Lakeview Dr. off Rte 71 near Dickensonville. For more info: 276.393.3522. MARY MARTIN MEMORIAL CHURCH-Sunday School 10 a.m worship 11 a.m. 762-0569. MILLS CHAPEL FREEWILL BAP- TIST CHURCH-Castlewood. Sunday School 10 a.m Sunday worship 11 am Bible Study and Youth League Wed 7 p.m. Pastor, Mike Patrick. MORNING STAR FULL GOSPEL CHURCH-Castlewood. Sunday School 10 a.m Worship 11 am 6 p.m.; Wed- nesday, 7 p.m. 276-762-7812. Pastor, Woody Scott. MT. ZION COMMUNITY APOS- TOLIC-Saturdays, 7 p.m. Hazel Moun- tain. For more information, call 276-495- 8611. Pastor, Tommy J. Kiser. NEW CASTLEWOOD BAPTIST- Sunday School, 10 a.m Sunday worship 11 a.m 6 p.m.; Wed. Bible study 7 p.m. OAK GROVE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH-2*a & 4th Sundays, morning worship 10; church school 11. Han- sonville. THE PASSION PLACE-Castlewood. Worship Sunday 10 a.m 6 p.m. Wednesday Family Bible Study (classes for all ages) 7 p.m.; Thursday Passion Heart Youth 7 p.m.; Friday Men's Bible Study 7 p.m. For information, call 276- 762 5 you can beat the heat while WAYSIDE ASSEMBLY-St. Paul. Saturday 7 p.m Sunday School 10 am Sunday worship 6:15 p.m Wed 7 p.m. Pastor, Wallace Sexton. WELLS CHAPEL CHURCH-Virginia City Hollow. Services Thursdays and Sundays at 6 p.m. Call 762-0838 for more information. WEST DANTE COMMUNITY CHU- RCH-Sunday services 10 a.m 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. The Rev. Danny Meade, pastor. FREE CLOTHES Full Gospel Revivals Church, Hansonville, will give free clothes and food to those who need them following the Wednesday 10 a.m. service. Attend- ance at the service is mandatory to receive clothes and food. The church is beside Ken's Chrysler on Route 19. Call 889-1275 or 794-7477. FOOD BANK First Baptist Church, St. Paul, operates a Food Bank Tuesdays from 9- 11 &m. at the church. All in need of food are welcome. CLOTHES CLOSET The Women On Mission at First Baptist Church, St. Paul, open a Clothes Closet Tuesdays from 9-11. Anyone in need of clothing is welcome. FOOD DISTRIBUTION Morning Star Full Gospel Church will distribute food to the needy at the church from 9-11 a.m. on fourth Saturdays at the church in Castlewood. GOSPEL SINGING A Gospel Singing will be held at 7 p.m. the first Friday of each month at The Celebration Center, 16607 Broad Street, St. Paul. Everyone is welcome. Admis- sion is free. keeping more money in your pockets. The average family spends $1,900 a year on energy bills nearly half of which goes to heating and cooling. Due to hot and humid weather predictions for the next few weeks, the demand for electricity is forecast to reach high load levels. EPA is asking homeowners and em- ployers to make a special effort to reduce their electricity con- sumption. Here are specific steps that everyone can take: Replace incandescent light bulbs with Energy Star qualified compact fluores- cent light bulbs. These bulbs use 75 percent less energy than regular bulbs. Remind your kids to shut off the light when they leave a room and the com- puter when they're finished. Use room fans to reduce the need for air conditioning. Circulating air on sin our mica can make a somewhat higher temperature feel more com- fortable so you can set the AC three to five degrees higher. Keep the thermostat at a constant, comfortable level. Lowering the thermostat below the desired tempera- ture will not cool the home faster. Run appliances such as ovens, washing machines, dryers and dishwashers in the early morning or evening hours when it's cooler " outside. Keep shades, blinds and curtains closed. About 40 percent of unwanted heat comes from the windows. Place window air con- ditioning units on the shady side of the home to avoid overworking the unit in the hot daytime sun. Buy Energy Star products because they oper- ate more efficiently, save energy and help protect the environment. For more energy efficient tips: http://www. .cfm? at home aln KJV I Corinthians 6:18 Loretta Dut