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Eyes & Ears of Moreno Valley

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Juanita Barnes
Elder Marquis Boone spoke on unity with the title “Holding On To Something Greater.” Unity means oneness, accord, commitment and unification. It is the ultimate condition of harmony. When I think about unity the book of Ruth comes to mind. In the book you find such a vivid picture of true unity and how unity should be in the body of Christ.

Moreno Valley this coming week is Mother’s Day. Do not forget your mother or whoever raised you. And if your mother is not with you anymore, choose someone that has been in your life and has given you care, love and remember them in the manner of a mother’s LOVE. Also, if things are a little strained with you and your mother, this is the time to get it right. To all of you HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY, may this be your best ever.

A great time was had during The National Council of Negro Women Moreno Valley Section Founder’s Day Celebration. Mrs. Mattie Grant was in town to celebrate with the section. It was the 20th annual celebration.  Here we grow again. Coming to Moreno Valley, The Lord’s Gym, founded by Pastor Ted Collins, Sr.  and Co–Pastor Val Collins of Renewed Life Fellowship, Inc. who were given a vision for at-risk youth. But this venture can only happen with your prayers and your help. This is a public charity and anything you donate is tax exempt.  If you would like to be a part of this wonderful vision for our community e–mail renewedlifefellowship.org or call (760) 900–6432. Your support is needed.

There is a West Coast premier coming to the Grove Theatre, 276 East 9th Street in Upland. Starting May 8th through June 7th, a new musical comedy “Church Basement Ladies” begins. For information visit www.grovetheatre.com or call (909) 920–4343. It is just a few off ramps off the 10 freeway. See you there.

Tanya James wrote: “What Happened To Our Church:” “It’s Sunday morning, and church service will begin in the next 10 minutes.  In walks a young girl, dressed in a super mini – skirt and a cropped shirt with five-inch heels and torn stockings. Instantly, heads turn and PEOPLE start pointing whispering among themselves saying things like, “how dare she wear something like that to church service?” And did she come straight from the club?  What they didn’t know is that this young girl was a call girl who had a dream last night where she was positive.  God reached out His hand and called her back to Him. She rushed to the church building this morning wanting to get her life back on track and turn back to God. However, she sees the PEOPLE (the Church) talking about her and embarrassed she turns and runs back out the door… back to the streets from whence she came. How do you treat people when they come to the Church that isn’t dressed like you?

Be Blessed
JB!

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