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Dr. Creflo A. Dollar wrote: Know God, Know Love, “The Fruit of The Spirit.” (LOVE) Have you ever wondered how Jesus performed so many miracles doing His earthly ministry? The secret to His supernatural lifesty le was love. Romans 5:5 says, “and hope maketh not ashamed; because the love of God is shed abroad in our hearts by the Holy Ghost which is given unto us.” The power of the Holy Spirit gives you ability to walk in the same love as Jesus! Walking in love is a Choice you make. It’s deciding to be a giver not a taker. The Bible’s definition of love is found in 1 Corinthians 13: 4–8.

HELLO MORENO VALLEY

Moreno Valley Tracy Smith is asking for support for the Moreno Valley Animal Shelter. They are in need of 100 plastic trays for the holding pens.

They are used as beds for the animals so that the animals do not have to sleep on the cold concrete. They line the trays with blankets and they are very durable and clean. The ones they like to use are actually concrete mixing tubs that Lowe’s sell. The total cost is $713.95. Lowe’s is discounting them. Whatever you can do to help is encouraged. No donation is too small. Tracy will be collecting donations February 28, 2010. Also did you know that you can donate leashes, collars, dog beds, food, bowls, cat litter any used animal supplies to the shelter to be given to those in need. Call the shelter to contact Tracy Smith. Moreno Valley this “project,” reminds me of the LORD’S GYM here in Moreno Valley. The Project is MAC (Making A Change). Project MAC announces KILADELPHI, the national gospel stage play that will begin March 5th at 7:00 p.m., March 6th at 6:00 p.m. and March 7th at 5:00 p.m.

Tickets are $15.00 per person. The play will be held at the First Apostolic Faith Church, 24084 Postal Avenue, Moreno Valley, under the leadership of Senior Pastor Bishop James G. Belle. The executive director Matt Taylor is encouraging all pastors, group homes, youth leaders, teens, and parents to come out and see this stage play.

“KILA DELPHIA!” is a reality – based story about three young men in separate homes who must face the perils of inner – city life on the streets of Kila Delphia without the guidance of a father choosing alternate paths of survival, the youth and their families come to terms with their lives against a background of dangerous and sometimes deadly choices. Amazingly, the young men come to discover a secret: let us keep the secret and you call and get your tickets at (951) 500–7636.

The mission of M.A.C. is to improve the quality and quantity of comprehensive community based programs. See you there.

Moreno Valley: Linda D. Wright is inviting you to a Scleroderma Seminar that affects African American Women on Saturday, February 27th beginning at 9:00 a.m. to 11: 30 a.m. at the Berrybean Café and Coffee House, 22445 Alessandro Blvd., Suite #117, Moreno Valley. Scleroderma is a disease that can disfigure and sometimes kill. It affects Black women more than any other ethnic group. Registration and continental breakfast begins at 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., presentation at 10:30 a.m. The Guest Speaker is Elaine A. Furst, R.N. MA Outreach Director, Scleroderma Foundation, Southern Ca. Please hurry and RSVP by today. Seating is limited. For information or to RSVP, contact (951) 443–0226.

This past Saturday the Moreno Valley Black Chamber of Commerce held their 6th Annual Awards & Installation Affair at the Moreno Valley Conference Center. It was a charity Casino Night Reception with entertainment by Rose Mallett & Band. It was off the hook. The Honorable Judge Irma Poole Asberry installed the new board members and Mayor Bonnie Flickinger read a proclamation. Judge Richard T. Fields was the keynote speaker. New board members are: Michael Ponce, assistant Branch Manager of Visterra Credit Union and MVBCC Toastmasters Treasurer, Juanita Barnes, Civic Leader, Black Voice News, Vonzetta Fielding, Ambassador chair, Health Consultant, Vivian Jones Whye–Brock, Vyes properties LLC & PT Teacher, Bennie Tinson, Political Coordinator Riverside & San Bernardino Counties SEIU 721, Angela J. Nelson–Swearing, Student Recruitment Assistant Director, Eric Issac, Supervising Deputy Public Defender, Dr. Anthony Fenison, M.D., Inc., Orthopedic Surgeon.

More to come. Let’s support one another!!!

BE BLESSED
J.B.

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