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Eyes & Ears of Moreno Valley

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Bishop E. Earl Jenkins says, "Caring Means Confronting." An honest answer is a sign of true friendship. Proverbs 24:26 (TEV). It's much easier to remain silent when others around us are messing up, but it's not the loving thing to do. Paul writes, "If someone in your group does something wrong, you who are spiritual, should go to that person and gently make him right again." (Gal. 6:1 NCV). That's  what spiritual people do! The trouble is when an issue pops up that might cause tension, it's immediately glossed over in order to preserve peace. Now frankness is not a license to be rude and say anything you please. Remember to speak to someone as you would have them speak to you.

Juanita Barnes

Where Dreams Soar

Moreno Valley we are about to see history being made in our lifetime. For some of us, we have been waiting for this time to come. We have stood and prayed alongside Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and many others. We have marched, we have had dogs put on us, water hoses turned on us, rocks thrown at us, bullets singing around our heads, and some have died so that everyone would have the right to VOTE. There is no excuse not to vote and whatever you do encourage everyone you know to vote.

Moreno Valley and the Inland Empire, the Moreno Valley Section of the National Council Of Negro Women, Inc. cordially invites you to their 34th Annual Bethune Recognition Program themed United To Serve on Saturday, November 1, 2008. Social Hour begins at 11:30 a.m. Lunch will be served at 12:15 p.m. Hap Arnold Club March Air Reserve Base, California. Donation: Adults are $30.00 Youth $18.00. Make checks payable to Bethune Recognition. Please RSVP as soon as possible. Remember you must have a valid driver's license, registration and insurance to enter the base. For more information, contact (951) 247-8193 or (951) 242-6952. I hope to see you there.

Hello Inland Empire there is a place here that is ready to care for the elderly, The Magic Touch a residential care facility for the elderly. I visited this beautiful place a few weeks ago. It was such a loving warm place for your loved ones if they ever had the need to live there. Lou Jeana Villa, Incorporated was founded in 2003 by two hospice nurses each with over twenty five years of specialty experience in geriatic nursing. The goal is and always will be to provide a safe, enriching and comfortable environment. This elegant home is located in the city of Perris at 20378 Warren Road (951) 657-3787 or (951) 956-0182 visit their website at www.loujeanavilla.org .

This past week, I attended my Daughter in Christ Annual Church Banquet. What a wonderful time. The praise dancers were off the hook and what can I say about the food. To Pastor Sarah Benson, what a great success, the house was full. Greater Power, a job well done. If you live in the San Bernardino area, join Greater Power Full Gospel Church. They would love to have you at 1255 E. Highland Ave Suite 212 San Bernardino.

Be Blessed


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