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Eyes & Ears of Moreno Valley

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Pastor Olu Brown of “Impact Church,” in Atlanta, Georgia said: As we leave the Easter Season, I believe most of us are able to focus more intently on the story of Resurrection. Spiritually and a physically the Resurrection is an almost unbelievable ev ent. The Resurrection is a moment of spiritual awaking for some and a physically phenomena for others. What is most striking to me is, what the Resurrection of Jesus means Personally.


On Saturday April 10, 2010 at Starbucks, 12515 Frederick Street #1A, a meeting will be held for all leaders in San Bernardino and Riverside County, e.g. presidents, directors, CEO’s of Black organizations coming together in “UNITY” to discuss working as team with community events in an effort to be more supportive of one another and with their mission/objectives and calendar of events of the organizations in mind. For more information call (951) 443–0226 or e–mail morenovalleyblackchamber04@ yahoo.com.

The Martin Luther King Cancer Walk–A–Thon Themed: “You Are The Dream And The Dream Is Now,” will be held on Saturday April 17, 2010. Check in time is 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. Walk time is 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Celebration time is until 3:00 p.m. A portion of the proceeds will go to the Cancer Foundation. There will be instructions given about the walk–a–thon as well as there will be cultural arts and health exhibits. Registration fee is $50.00 for adults, $20.00 for children up to 17 years old. Appropriate attire is required.

Location for the walk is Moreno Valley High School Track & Field located on Cottonwood and Graham. For more information contact (951) 443–0226.

Moreno Valley and the Inland Empire I recently attended the tenth year celebration of the Pastors Breakfast, for ten years God has had Evangelist Jerry Musgrove working in the Inland Empire working with pastors through the ministry of “Decently & In Order Ministries. The theme was “Unity Within the Body of Christ.” The Keynote Speaker was Dr. Joshua Beckley who was the keynote speaker ten years ago. He is the proud Pastor of Ecclesia Christian Fellowship. Pastor is a small man in stature but spoke under the anointing of a giant. What did he speak about? “Unity” But the key word for me was the greatest of all, “LOVE.” I encourage everyone to get the CD it will bless you. When it is all said and done if we cannot get along here, how will we do it in heaven. What God has for you is for you; and in order to do God’s will we must come together in “UNITY.” Those in attendance to bless us were the praise and worship team from Water of Life Community Church and Lady Shervonne Well of Spirit of Love Christian Church. The house was filled with God’s beautiful roses (pastors of all cultures). Also in attendance was 5th District Supervisor Josie Gonzales, Mayor Pro Tem Acquanetta Warren of Fontana, Mayor Pro Tem Rita Rogers of Perris, and Chief Keith Kilmer of the San Bernardino Police Department and Evangelist Musgrove played a DVD from the last ten years of the pastors breakfast. Save this date (Sep. 17, 2010, at 7:00 p.m. “Real Men Stay In the Race.”) host Church Cathedral of Praise International Ministries, 1521 S. Riverside Ave. Rialto, under the leadership of Bishop Craig W. Johnson, Th.D. The keynote speaker Bishop Kenneth Ulmer. For more information contact Evangelist Jerry Musgrove. (909) 425-2053.


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