God Wants You to Have Intimacy in Your Own Marriage
Are you tired of trying to attain something that is seemingly unattainable in your marriage? Are you tired of sharing your intimate feelings with friends instead of your spouse?
Well, Ive got good news for you! God wants you to have intimacy in your own marriage! On February 8, 2003 come and join our Marriage Enrichment Conference at the Perris Senior Citizen Center in Perris, CA.
For information regarding pre-conference marriage survey and pre-registration, please call the conference hotline at (909) 657-0362. Registration deadline is January 25th. The cost for the conference is free but seating is limited. All love gifts will be accepted.
Inland Empire Women Uniting West Coast Conference
Inland Empire Women Uniting West Coast Conference 2003 will be taking place February 20, 21 and 22, at 7:00 p.m. nightly. Hosted by Tabernacle Church Pastor Bishop Roy Harris, located at 1168 N. Waterman Avenue, San Bernardino.
Come out and enjoy three powerful days of praise and worship with I.E.W.U. Special guest speakers and seminary teachers for this years conference are Dr. Doris Singletary of New Life Christian Church, Cecelia Barr, Powerful Prophet and Teacher of Dallas, Texas; The Potters Houses very own anointed Psalmist Betty Monday of Dallas, Texas also Elder Susie Johnson known as West Coasts hilarious comedian Deeelooise, and much more.
Registration is free however because of limited seating, please get your registration forms early by calling Tabernacle Church, ask for Yolanda or Francine (909) 888-5409 or fax (909) 383-0707.
Southern Christian Leadership Conference/ Los Angeles Announces Annual King Week Festivities
The Southern Christian Leadership Conference of Greater Los Angeles (SCLC/LA) will host its 26th annual Martin Luther King Week Festival January 10th through January 20th, according to Rev. Norman S. Johnson, Executive Director of SCLC/LA.
This years theme is Creating A Culture of Non-Violence.
We are honored to pay tribute to a leader in the struggle for non-violence and equal rights, while at the same time, honor individuals and organizations whose work exemplifies the SCLC mission, said Rev. Johnson.
Dr. Kings challenge to this nation is as relevant now as it was 34 years ago. We must continue to advocate for human rights and draw upon Dr. Kings principles in order to remedy societys ills.
The public is welcome and encouraged to attend all events. For information, call (323) 290-4100, Monday Friday, 9-5 p.m.
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