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part in this program. Different categories will be judged
and prizes will be given. Rev. Dr. James Fulwood is pas
tor and teacher.
Beginning March 17
Phillips Chapel Missionary Baptist Church, 132 W.
Glenn Ave., will hold its Spring Revival Tuesday
through Thursday, March 17-19 at 7 p.m. The speakers
will be Pastor James R. Clyburn of Red Bank Baptist
Church, Germanton, on Tuesday; Dr. Darryl Aaron of
First Baptist Church, Highland Ave. on Wednesday; and
Dr. Lester Boyd of Friendship Baptist Church on
Thursday. The theme for the revival is "Igniting
Passion for Spiritual Transformation." Transportation
will be provided. You may contact the church office for
more information or to schedule a pick up at 336-723
9451. The Rev. Chad R. Armstrong is senior pastor.
Beginning March 18
The New Liberty Grove Baptist Church in
Taylorsville, where Dr. Ideal Roseboro is the pastor,
will be having the annual Spring Revival from
Wednesday, March 18, to Friday, March 20 at 7 p.m.
nightly. The guest speaker for all three nights will be
Minister Tavares Vance of Bethlehem Missionary
Baptist Church in Winston-Salem, where the pastor is
Dr. Dwight Hash Sr.
St. Paul United Methodist Church, 2400 Dellabrook
Road, sponsors Grief Share, a support group for persons
who are experiencing grief due to the loss of someone
close to them. "Is This Normal?" is the topic on
Saturday, March 18, at 10 a.m. in the church conference
room. Grief Share is nondenominational, featuring bib
lical teachings and recovery topics. The sessions are
free, designed to give support and encouragement on
one's journey "from mourning to joy." For further infor
mation contact the church office at 336-723-4531 or
Beginning March 19
Genesis Baptist Church, 2812 East Bessemer Ave.
in Greensboro, will be hosting a two-day Career Fair on
Thursday, March 19 and Friday, March 20 from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., respectively. NC Joblink
and NC Works are partners. Day one of the event is ded
icated to preparation. A series of seminars, symposiums
and breakout sessions will be conducted, all designed to
help people to get started. Day two is dedicated to job
placement. Representatives from a variety of local
employers will be on hand to meet prospects, conduct
on-site interviews and in many cases make on the spot
offers of employment. Contact careerfair@genesisbap
tistchurch.com or visit the website at
genesiscareerfair.com. For additional information, or to
participate in the Career Fair contact Minister Price at
james vpricesr@ yahoo .com.
Voices of Freedom to
worship at St. John C.M.E.
SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE
The University of Connecticut Gospel Choir will wor
ship with St. John C.M.E Church, 350 NW Crawford
Place, on Saturday, March 14, at 6 p.m. The Rev. Omar L.
Dykes is pastor.
The gospel choir, known as the Voices of Freedom, has
been a vital part
over 30 years.
which began as
a response to the
Struggle of the
1960s, has gar
nered a fantastic
its outstanding musicians and singers.
In addition, the Voices of Freedom Gospel Choir has
birthed some of the greatest gospel artists and preachers
in the country at this time. The choir sings a wide range
of gospel music, including pieces from each of the three
main categories of gospel music: traditional, contempo
rary and praise and worship.
Voices of Freedom is a unique ensemble of about 80
or more students that provides personal elevation and
enlightenment of the gospel and spiritual music of the
Black Experience Church.
Under the leadership of the Rev. Lisa Clayton, there
are no auditions required for entry in the choir. "We are
here to sing, minister to others, and enjoy ourselves in the
celebration of music."
Voices of Freedom
they do His Will. The Counselor will comfort (encour
age); be a helper in human situations; will convict the
world's rejection; and will witness to Christ Himself. The
Spirit convicts in three ways. First because unbelief leads
to' sin, the unbelievers have no hope. Secondly, only Jesus
is the standard for righteousness, not anyone else. The
final conviction comes because the world rejected Him
judgment will come. Notice that even Jesus couldn't tell
it all! He states simply that the Holy Spirit will guide
them into all Truth. The Spirit glorifies God, the Father
and God, the Son juid speaks only what is given to Him.
Jesus stresses that obedience to His teachings is neces
Life's Application: The Holy Spirit is more than an
emotional response in worship! He cannot be pigeon
holed like that. The Holy Spirit is the guide for daily liv
ing. When we think about all that Jesus want us to do, we
can easily become overwhelmed. The Spirit calms,
guides, and witnesses to us in order to do the Saviour's
Will. Believers are not left alone like orphans, Jesus sent
the Spirit to be with us as we stand for His righteousness.
Many of us can attest to His presence and power in our
personal and corporate lives. The Spirit is real!! He sup
ports, teaches, empowers, and leads us into the full expe
rience of God's Truth (Richards' Complete Bible
Handbook)! While this comforts us, don't forget the Spirit
does show us our evil ways. That's done to grow us.
Gospel Showcase A Soul Food
Saturday, March 21 at 6 p.m., the Worship and Arts
Ministry of Exodus United Baptist Church, 2000 Wilbur
Street, near the old Boys and Girls Club on Martin
Luther King Jr. Blvd., will sponsor a Sylvia's of
Harlem, N.Y., style Sunday Gospel Showcase & Soul
Food event, with $7 specials. They include, one entree,
two sides, one drink, extra items and dessert for addi
tional cost. There will be live entertainment and great
fellowship. Pastor Alvin Carlisle is senior pastor. For
more information contact: Ronee Walker at 336-422
3259 or Elder Ron Wilds at 336-926-5191.
Starting on March 2
Life Changing Transformation Church Ministry,
2001 N.E. 25th St. (corner of Ansonia and 25th), will be
having Men's Revival starting Sunday, March 22. The
theme is "From Boys to Men, Man UP!" The guest
speakers are as following:
Sunday, March 22, Bishop Preston Mack from Jesus
Ressurection Power will be speaking at 5 p.m.;
Thursday, March 26, Pastor Johnny Johnson from
United Deliverance Church of God will be speak at 7
p.m.; Saturday, March 27, Apostle Edward Allen of
Ambassador Cathedral will be speaking at 7 p.m. Doors
will open early.
St. Mark Baptist Church's Inspirational Choir will
be presenting the "Ten Virgins" in drama and song on
Sunday, March 22 at the church, 1100 Manley St. Doors
will open at 3:15 p.m. and play will start at 4 p.m. This
play is under the direction of First Lady Hattie
Fulwood. The public is invited to attend. Rev. Dr. James
Fulwood is pastor and teacher.
St. James A.M.E. Church, 1501 N. Patterson Ave.,
across from the post office, will have Lenten Service
each'Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. until March 25.
SJ Boutique at St. James A.M.E. Church, 1501 N.
Patterson Ave., will be open every second, fourth &
fifth Saturday of each month from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. This
free clothes boutique is open to the public.
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