Overseer Christopher J. Harris is the Youth and College Pastor at Cedar Grove Tabernacle of Praise in North Carolina he once said: “The Church Has My Vote. I’ve seen some of the best the church has to offer and unfortunately, I’ve seen some of the worse that the church has to offer. But I’m committed to the church. First let me tell you what else I’v e seen, I’v e seen church members that take their faith serious and walk that out in their daily lives. I’ve seen pastors have such an encounter with God that they live what they preach.” He said he has seen many things, but the good outweighs the bad. But I’m encouraged because as an insider I know my vote is with the church Jesus said: “Upon this rock, will I build my church and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it.” Let us read our bibles prayerful and think.
HELLO MORENO VALLEY
Moreno Valley: the Moreno Valley Section of “The National Council of Negro Women” cordially invites you to attend its 21st Anniversary “Founders Day Program” Sunday, April 25, 2010. Social Hour begins at 2:30 p.m. meals served at 3:00 p.m. at the Hap Arnold Club, March Air Reserve Base, California. Donations are adults $25.00, youth $16.00. For ticket information contact (951) 247–4053, (951) 247–8193, or (951) 924–1389. Remember you must have a valid driver’s license/registration and insurance to enter the base. Hurry the tickets are going fast so that you can reserve your seat.
Moreno Valley The Martin Luther King Jr., Walk–A–Thon Celebrate The Differences Themed: “You Are The Dream And The Dream Is Now.” A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Cancer Foundation. This event will be at the Moreno Valley High School, 23300 Cottonwood Avenue, Track & Field on the corner of Cottonwood & Graham, April 17, 2010. Check in time is 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. starting time is 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. There will be cultural arts and many other things to do until 3:00 p.m. Registration fees are adults $50.00 and $20.00 for children to 17 years old. Please wear the appropriate attire for walking. Let each and every one of us come out as we reflect on the life and wisdom of Martin Luther King Jr. Also let us celebrate our differences and learn from each others experiences. For more information (951) 644–0226 or e- mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Let us support one another in all that we do.
I’m Just Talking: As I look back over my life and just to be given the honor to write for this paper is beyond my wildest dreams. But as I allow God to use me, I’m finding a lot of things are beyond my wildest dreams. I have been in the presence of some very great people, that was so pleasant to be with and then I’ve seen the other side. God said you are my child and you are very important, stay par the course. In other words, learn from that and keep it moving, I have things for you to do. I am at all times a servant to God’s word and I will carry it out no matter what. Yes I do have some challenges in this life but I have learned that whatever God has for me to do, He always makes a way for me to carry out my assignment. I am committeed to this journey. Do I understand? “NO.” If God said it I’m doing it. He chose a nobody like me to: (1) Love, Encourage, Uplift and to let his people know how important it is to be in “Unity” with one another; (2) gain knowledge of him; (3) be forgiving, Let us “LOVE” one another that is his greatest commandment. We can not do anything without each other if we are not in order. I will celebrate you at all times and if we celebrate each other, do we always agree? No. Agree to disagree, God is in our mitts.
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