The writer Eva L. Perry says: “THANK YOU JESUS” We, as the people of God, have a right to never be anxious for or concerning anything – but in all things be ready to heartily say, “Thank You Jesus.” This is my way of saying that we should not murmur nor complain. Why? Because it is an established that God causes all things to work together for good to them that love the Lord and are the called ones according to His purposed. Adverse circumstances may even cause to meet an angel and be blessed in a mighty way. When we practice living on the divine level, most anything wonderful, good, glorious, powerful, mysterious may come to pass in our lives! So now Let’s continue to read our Bible prayerfully and meditate with thanksgiving. And remember at this time of the year, “The Reason For The Season.” God cares for us all, there is no failure in God’s love.
HELLO MORENO VALLEY
Community Development Di rector to Retire: After 22 years in public service, Community Development Director Kyle Kollar has announced that he will retire from his position with the City of Moreno Valley effective December 25, 2009. Kyle has led the community development department services function in the face of very difficult economic challenges. Prior to coming to the City of Moreno Valley, Kyle served in many other cities. May you keep serving your community in your new adventure.
The Cultural Heritage Performers will be having their Annual International Tea, Saturday, December 19th. Join as they celebrate the holiday season and sample teas from around the world. The tea will be held at 14051 Indian Ave., Ste. H, Moreno Valley beginning at 5:30–7:00 p.m. For more information, contact Harnethia Mansell (951) 347–3946.
December special activities for the Moreno Valley Parks and Community Services Department will host several special holiday activities in December. On Saturday, December 12th 2009 from 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Santa will also make a special visit to participant doing breakfast at the, Conference and Recreation Center located at 14075 Frederick Street. For residents, the fee is $6.00, non-residents $7.50, children 3 to 10 years of age. For other activities contact (951) 413–3280.
Help Moreno Valley Firefighters ignite the “Spark of Love Toy Drive.” Please join the firefighters of Moreno Valley in spreading holiday cheer in the hearts of underprivileged children. The toy drive officially started November 21, 2009 and will end December 24th 2009. The firefighters are asking that you donate new unwrapped toys or sports equipment. Each and every fire station in Moreno Valley serves as a drop off location. For more information contact Captain Charles Tasker at (951) 413–3882.
As a member of the young adults ministry at Cathedral of Praise, we celebrated the reason for the season at the home of ministry’s Kelvin and Brenda Bell, who are the ministry leaders. What a great time we all had celebrating our Christmas with lots of good food and fellowship. What a wonderful group of young adults.
B.A.S.I.C. (Brothers and Sisters In Christ) this ministry was created for and by young adults. And they are powerful young men and women of God. They are all in good standing members of Cathedral of Praise International Ministries. To Contact the ministry email@example.com.
The Moreno Valley Black Chamber celebrated it annual Christmas party December 3, 2009 with members and friends, D.J. and venders. Hats off to Stacy Smith and all that helped with the potluck dinner. The house was full with joyful people and everyone had a great time. Our mayor attended, spoke on the importance of the Black chamber to the community. Thank you Mayor for taking out the time to be a part of the Christmas celebration.
“INLAND EMPIRE” Don’t forget the 4th Annual Buffet Luncheon at the “Mission Inn” for The Inland Empire Buffalo Soldiers Heritage Association. February 6, 2010, time 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. advance tickets sales “ONLY.” For ticket information (951) 657–7088 or (951) 657–9585. The tickets are going fast.