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Eyes & Ears of Moreno Valley

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Pastor James C. Matthews wrote: “Greatest Of Them All” One of the greatest and most underestimated provisions God has made available to us is to make our lives fruitful and fulfilling in is His love. Nothing we achieve or possess is worth anything unless we possess the love of God. The Apostle Paul testified, “If I give all my possessions to feed the poor and if I surrender my body to be burned, but do not have love, it profits me nothing,” (1 Corinthians 13:3). Love is the greatest Commandment (Matthew 22:36–39). The greatest gift (1 Corinthians 13:13), and the greatest of any spiritual fruit we can possess (Galatians 5:22) the perfect Love. This is a very powerful statement; rest assured LOVE is it. Read your Bible careful there is a lot of LOVE in it for you and me.

“Where Dreams Soar”

Moreno Valley as we make our way into the fall of the year, my granny would say, “It is Harvest Time.” What did you plant in your garden? Your flowerbed can be a great garden. You can plant many things in your flowerbed to keep the bugs from eating up your tomatoes, bell pepper, and cabbage. Bugs just do not like the smell of some of your beautiful flowers. I will share with you what I’m enjoying this year. Several of the hottest peppers, cabbage, tomatoes, peaches, mint, rosemary, squash, cucumbers and many more things in my garden. Let’s get ready to start our fall and winter garden. I read what some people loved about this month, so many people in different parts of the country said, “The cool, crisp morning air feels so good after a long, hot summer. As the month goes on, you start to see and smell the leaves changing. That’s when it’s time for my favorite September activity: apple picking.” I remember the time when my family and I lived in Plattsburg, New York. School is back in session this month! Don’t get me wrong -- I love spending time with my kids -- but I also enjoy “me” time while they’re in school. It’s nice to be able to tackle my to do list uninterrupted. I also remember those days when my children were in school we lived in Goldsburg, North Carolina. There are so many things to look back on that were great and there were some not so great times this month. The saddest and most painful for me is 9/11.

Moreno Valley if you have not been by the Senior Center, stop by. The coordinator Joseph “Jay” Jones, III, is doing a wonderful job of getting the center up and running and has almost completed 40 activities. It shows that with community help we can work it. Thank you Mr. Jones for all your hardwork.

Moreno Valley & Inland Empire: The Inland Empire Buffalo Soldiers Heritage Association Foster Children Luggage Drive will be beginning soo. The first drop dates are September 17th 2011, to September 25th 2011 from 8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. For Information contact Sidney Williamson at (951) 779–1245 or Yolanda Williams at (951) 657–7088 or 722–0456.

Moreno Valley remember The Moreno Valley Black Chamber is recruiting clients for their Family Adult Literacy program and Technology (FALPT), starting September 9th 2011 until December 20th 2011. This program is underwritten by Verizon, Edison, and Brandman University. Come out, get your GED and many other educational needs. For more information contact (951) 443–0226.

SAVE THE DATE: Moreno Valley & Inland Empire Bishop Craig W. Johnson & Cathedral Of Praise International Ministries invites you to remember this date, Wednesday, September 28th 2011 at 7:00 p.m. for their WOW Wednesday (Word Of Wisdom). The special guest speaker will be 2nd Presiding Bishop of Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship, Bishop Neil C. Ellis, Senior Pastor of Mt. Tabor Full Gospel Baptist Church, Nassau, Bahhamas. Special musical guest pastor, Walter Rogers & G.O.P. will also be in attendance. Come out and be blessed with the Family in Rialto, at 1521 Riverside Avenue. For more call information (909) 874–8676.

Moreno Valley, remember all other community activities and remember who you are and who’s you are. Most of all remember to Pray for our young people. THEY ARE OUR FUTURE.


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