“THANK YOU JESUS” We, as the people of God, have a right to never be anxious for, or concerning anything—but in all things be ready to heartily say, “Thank you Jesus.” This is my way of saying that we should not murmur nor complain. Why? Because it is an established fact that God causes all things to work together for good to them that love the Lord and are called ones according to His purpose.
HELLO MORENO VALLEY
“Where Dreams Soar”
Moreno Valley what a wonderful past week. Maybe things did not go as you planned but guess what? You are still here. You are still here by God’s grace, I heard a pastor sing a song saying, “I’m A Living Testimony.” He could have been dead and in his grave and if that isn’t enough, read Hardy Brown’s editorial this past week “MY GOD HAS A SENSE OF HUMOR.”
Moreno Valley let us not forget about the “LORD’S GYM,” coming to Moreno Valley. This is something to help our youth. It will be a facility for at-risk youth. Your partnership with Renewed Life Fellowship, Inc. , is tax exempt.
Any donation is greatly appreciated.
You may send donations to:
RENEWED LIFE FELLOWSHIP, INC. , 12625 FREDERICK ST. Ste. 1-5, 415, Moreno Valley, Ca. 92553 or email renewedlifefellowship@.org or contact Pastor Ted Collins, Sr. (760) 900–6432.
The west coast premier of “Church Basement Ladies” at the Grove Theatre, 276 E. 9th Street, Upland, California started May 8th -- June 7th 2009. This play is based on the renowned Scandinavian Humorous writings of the Lutheran Ladies. Saturday matinees begin at 2:00. Tickets are $25.00 & 30.00. Senior, students & group discounts are available. For information call (909) 920–4343. See you there.
On May 24th, I attended a wonderful “FAMILY AND FRIENDS DAY” with the Mount Moriah Baptist Church Family under the leadership of Rev. Willie Chambers, Jr. The theme: “Family and Friends United in Love, by the Holy Spirit.” Ephesians 4:1-6. The special guests were Mount Moriah founders Pastor James M. Hardy and First Lady Louise Hardy of Woodville, Mississippi. What a great time. The food for your body and the food for your soul was off the hook. To the family of Mount Moriah Church, job well done.
Let me leave you with this: “Lord help me to live from day to day, in such a self- forgetful way, that even when I knell to pray, my prayer shall be for others. Others, Lord. Yes others. Let this my motto be That I may live for others, that they may live like Thee.”
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