Dr. Marvin Moss, Senior Pastor of Cascade United Methodist Church in Atlanta, Georgia stated that “nothing but your faith; Nobody but God.” The topic - Walking by your faith: In (Matthew 17:20), Jesus tells his disciples if they had faith the size as a grain of mustard seed, they could say this mountain be removed from here to there, and it would move. Nothing will be impossible for you. Some of us are and have been facing some impossible situations. We have tried to make those lifestyle changes that would move us closer to God, but we can’t just seem to get there. For every step forward, there are challenges that try to push us two steps back. If this is you, you are in a situation where the only thing between you and defeat, is your faith in God nothing but your faith, and nobody but God. Nothing but your faith can keep you seeing the glass half full instead of half empty, nobody but God can give you the glass to put water in. God has said in 2012 “I’ve got this.”
HELLO MORENO VALLEY
“Where Dreams Soar”
Moreno Valley: while reading the Press Enterprise, they stated that on Tuesday, January 24, 2012, a 3-2 decision from the Moreno Valley City Council voted against having voters decide November 6, 2012, if they want to directly elect the mayor and add a sixth council district. We must stay informed as to what is about to happen in our city.
The Moreno Valley Black Chamber Of Commerce invites you on February 10, 2012 to spend Valentine’s With Joe from 8:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. at the Fox Performing Arts Center, 3801 Mission Inn Avenue, Riverside, Ca. 92501. Joe’s special guest will be Chante Moore. If you purchase your tickets through the Moreno Valley Black Chamber you can save $10.00 to $15.00, starting January 23, 2012. For more information call (951) 443–0226 or e-mail email@example.com. Hurry, tickets are moving fast. Join The Moreno Valley Black Chamber of Commerce for an evening with JOE.
The Black Tie Affair Of The Year: The Moreno Valley Black Chamber Of Commerce, 8th Annual Awards and Installation Banquet recognizing Black elected leaders in the cities of Riverside county and state government on Thursday, February 16, 2012, at the Riverside Convention Center, 3443 Orange Street, Riverside, Ca 92501-2821. Social hour and entertainment begins at 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. and the program begins at 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. Member tickets are $75.00 per person and couples $140.00. Non-members are $85.00 and couples are $160.00. You may also purchase a table that seats ten. The Chamber honors cash, check, money orders, and credit cards. Make checks payable to MVBCC. Mail payment to MVBCC, P. O. Box 632, Moreno Valley, Ca. 92556. For more information contact the MVBCC office at (951) 443–0226, e-mail Mvblkchamber04@gmail.com, or visit their website at mvbcc@.org. Please hurry to help support our Black elected officials.
Moreno Valley: During Black History month here are some historical facts. January 1, 1863, Emancipation Proclamation - Slaves Freed. January 4, 1920 - Andrew “Rube” Foster organizes baseball’s “Negro National League. January 7, 1955 - Opera singer Marian Anderson debuts in “Masked Ball” at the Metropolitan Opera. January 16, 1776 - Continental Congress accepted enlistment of free Negroes. January 16, 1978 - NASA names the first three African-American astronauts. January 18, 1966 - Robert C. Weaver became the first African-American member of the U.S. cabinet as secretary of housing and urban affairs. January 19, 1778 - First African Baptist Church organized in Savannah, Ga. January 13, 1869 - First Black Labor Convention held in Washington, D.C. January 30, 1865 - Congress passed 13th Amendment abolishing slavery. January 25, 1966 - Constance B. Motley becomes the first appointed African American female federal judge.
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