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Winston-Salem chronicle. (Winston-Salem, N.C.) 1974-current, April 09, 2015, Page B5, Image 15

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Religion from page W ~ Deacon Reginald Fleming at 336 661-6687. April 17 Special event The Fruit of the Vine World Garden is sponsoring a special event on Friday, April 17 at 11 a.m. at The Winston Salem Hotel & Spa, located at 3050 University Parkway. Speakers include Winston-Salem Mayor Allen Joines, author and motivational speaker Rudy Ferraro, World Garden Founder the Rev. Steve Johnson, Dr. James Fulwood, Majic 99.9 radio talk show host Robyn Tatum, Winston Salem Police Department, Forsyth County Sheriff's Department, Winston Salem Fire Department and other community people. RSVP to the Rev. Johnson, founder of the World Garden, at 336-987-9953 or Steve@fruitofthevineworldgar April 18 Antique Auto Show Fruit of The Vine Garden will sponsor an Antique Auto Show on Saturday, April 18 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Winston Salem Hotel & Spa located at 3050 University Parkway. There will be free food. Donations will go to The Vine World Garden, a non-profit organi zation. Donations will help provide seeds for individuals to "plant a seed, feed the world." There will also be live book signings from author Rudy Ferraro. The public is invited. 'Save Our Girls' On Saturday, April 18, the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan will be delivering a mes sage to women only via webcast called "Save Our Girls." It can be viewed at 1530 Martin St. Doors open at 9 a.m. For more informa tion, contact Sister Shelia Muhammad at 336-497-8603. Choir anniversary St. Matthew Apostolic Temple Church of Jesus Christ, 3640 New Walkertown Rd., where Bishop Joseph P. Lowery is pastor, invites the public for a two-day celebration of the "Sanctuary Choir Anniversary" on Saturday, April 18, at 6:30 p.m. Mistress of cere mony will be Evangelist Beverly Alexander. Special guest will be Dionn Owen and Renaissance Choir and other guest choirs frqm the city. Sunday, April 19, at 4 p.m., the celebration continues, with Bishop James E. Wiley Jr. and his church Greater Liberty Temple Church from Shelby as guest speak er. If you have any questions, feel ' free to contact: Minister of Music : Brother Kenny Anderson at 336 345-8922 or Church secretary: Sister Janet Tucker at 336-682 6241 or call the church telephone at 336-724-1780 or email April 19 Fruit of the Spirit Program Steward's Chapel A.M.E. Zion Church, 198 Anderson Road, Rural Hall, will hold its Fruit of the Spirit Program on Sunday, April 19 at 3 p.m. There will be different speak ers for this event. The Rev. Eddie L. Forston is the host pastor. The pub lic is invited to attend. April 25 Crusade Evangelical Baptist Ministries and Rock of Ages Baptist Church are sponsoring a "Let Your Light Shine For Jesus Christ" Crusade, the fourth Saturday, April 25, at 4 to 6 p.m. at the 25th Street Grill, 858 25th St. (at corner of 25th and North Liberty Street). The follow ing ministers and Christian friends will participate: The Rev. Ernest Ford, senior pastor of Rock of Ages Baptist Church; the Rev. Arnette L. Ford, pastor of Rock of Ages Baptist Church; the Rev. Virginia Wofford, founder of Evangelical Baptist Ministries in Winston Salem; Rev. Darrell Hampton, pas tor of Union Gospel Baptist Church, Germanton; and Rev. Dr. Linda Beal, Pastor of New Liberty FGB Ministries. * April 26 Pastor's anniversary Senior Pastor Ernest L. Ford and Pastor Arnette L. Ford will cel ebrate their second anniversary Sunday, April 26. Dinner will be served at 1 p.m. and service will begin at 2 p.m. Guest church will be Union Gospel Baptist Church, of Germanton. Pastor Darrell Hampton will be preaching. Restaurant St. James A.M.E. Church is the new owner of Kool Running Jamaican Restaurant, Located at 1521 E. Fifth St. Hours of operation are Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Ongoing Noon-Day Express New Liberty Baptist Ministries, 5009 Voss St., will host a Noon Day Express on Wednesdays from noon to 12:45 p.m. Guest speakers from around the city and area will encourage hearts at midweek, preaching the Gospel of power and commitment. A lunch will be offered. The public is invited. Rev. Dr. Linda M. Beal is the pastor. For more information, contact Tracee Spears, church secretary, at 336 429-0512, or Deacon Beal at 336 528-3256. Boutique 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 pub lic. Men Helping Men Calvary Hill Church of Greater Deliverance Inc., 4951 Manning St., sponsors "Men Helping Men Be Men" every Tuesday from 6:30 to 8 p.m. All men are invited. Come and be apart of Men Helping Men. Contact Elder Kevin Gary for more infor mation at 336 7 6 7 - 4326. BANKRUPTCY Legal Help For Your DeM Problems DONALD R. BUIE, Attorney At Law The Law Office of Donald R. Buie b a Federally designated Debt Relief Agency under Title II laited States Code Section 52tkai. We help peo ple file for bankruptcy relief under the bankruptcy code. ,773-1398 8 W. 3rd St, Ste. 100 Domm r. Buic * Free Initial Consultation * Stop Repossession & Forectosun MOUNTAIN VIEW SKIN^CARE Paul D. Wortman, MD Board Certified in Dermatology Treatment of Disorders of Skin, Hair and Nails 4680 Brownsboro Road ? Ste B Winston-Salem, NC 27106 Tel (336) 883-8423 ? The only darmatologlat In North Wlnaton. Macedonia Holiness Church Of God Of The Apostolic Faith, Inc. Sunday Services Sunday School Morning Worship . . . M.Y.P.U 9:45 a.m. ...... 11:00 a.m. 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Services Prayer & Bible Study . . . . ... 7:30 p.m.| BktafU..Wte,Sf. DD-jS.TD.-ftwor = 4111 Whitfield Drive Phone: 336-767-3700 Fax: 336-767-7006 CONGRATULATIONS TO DR. C.E. GRAY on his 36TH PASTORAL ANNIVERSARY MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH 1301 C. E. GRAY DR. WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. 27101 Peppers from page B4 Salvation. Lesson: Near the end of Chapter 2 through Chapter 3, the focus is on the quali ties of the "Children of God." John presents to believers that some "secret knowledge" is not neces sary for Salvation. Believers know what is right because they know Jesus. They should under stand that the world rejects them because the world doesn't know Him. Jesus' sacrifice allows believers to live a better life. Believers' lives are not to be charac terized by sin. This isn't perfection! This is a process, not an overriight transformation! John refers to Cain, who killed his brother Abel (Genesis 4). Cain's envy of Abel leads to murder. His illustration points to the realization that actions say more about relationships than do words. Envy destroys rela tionships instead of strengthening them. The apostle suggests that when riffs come, and they will, resolve them as quickly as possible. Festering riffs lead to death and destruc tion. Christ, the believers' example models real love - He dies for humanity that they might live. Living love means sharing from one's abundance with others who don't have. Love is active. Words matter, but actions are more important. The emphasis on love counters Gnosticism. God knows the heart. Life's Application: If we have all the right words and do all that we can for others and love not, we gain nothing! Paraphrased from I Corinthians 13:1-3. There are no secrets to Salvation; Jesus makes it ?lain for every generation! o build relationships, we must share from genuine love that comes through Jesus and the Holy Spirit only. It is not a ritual or a check list that is done with out thought, but an honest love that springs from the fruits of the Spirit. If we fake loving God, we can fool some but God knows the truth. Corporations and politicians this goes for you too. it ? ^m .^fl ^Y P* ^Bit/ I 1 " ! 1 \ | |

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