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Winston-Salem chronicle. (Winston-Salem, N.C.) 1974-current, April 30, 2015, Page B5, Image 15

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Religion from page B4 women are welcome to attend. This program is designed to provide enhancement of the inner beauty, gifts and strengths of all ladies, wives, mothers, grand mothers, aunts and sisters. For more information call the office at 336-784-9347. May 31 Pre-anniversary service Holy Trinity Full Gospel Fellowship Center, 5307 Peters Creek Parkway, will celebrate the pre-anniver sary service of Pastor Richard C. Miller Sr. on Sunday, May 31, at 4 p.m. All are invited. The guest minister will be Pastor Larry Cutler and Old Town Baptist Church of Galax, Virginia. Come join the celebration of 31 pastoral years of service. For more information, call the church administrative office at 336-784-9347. Ongoing Boutique SJ Boutique Free clothes closet is open every ^sec ond, fourth and fifth Saturday at 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. each month at St. James A.M.E. Church, 1501 N. Patterson Ave. Open to the public. Contact 336-995-1464. Men Helping Men All men young and old are invited to fellowship with Calvary Hill Church of Greater Deliverance Inc., 4951 Manning St., during Men Helping Men Be Men every Tuesday from 6:30 to 8 p.m. For more informa tion, contact the church at 336-744-3012. Noon-Day Express New Liberty Baptist Ministries, 5009 Voss St., will host Noon-Day Express services on Wednesdays from noon- 12:4-5 p.m. Guest speakers from around the city and area will encourage your hearts at midweek preaching the Gospel of Power and Commitment. A lunch will be offered. The public is cordially invited to attend. Rev. Dr. Linda Beal is the host pastor. We appreciate your religious news. Please give us complete information about the event, such as the sponsor and address, date, time and place of the event and contact information so that the public can contact someone for more information if needed. We ask that items be sent in document form in an email or Word or PDF attachment. We ask that photos be sent as attach ments to emails and that they are jpegs at least 4 inch es wide by 6 inches deep. Starting the week of May 10, the deadline to have all calendar items in to the news room will be 11:59 p.m. Sunday for that week's paper. Send your calendar items to You can also drop off, Monday through Friday before 5 p.m., or mail your items at Winston-Salem Chronicle, 617 N. Liberty St., Winston-Salem, NC 27101; or send them via our website, www.wschroni Peppers from page B4 really need a $60 million plane with the obvious needs of the community? John applauds them for their care. The tone of the letter changes at verse 9 as he addresses Diotrephes' (die OTT ruh feez) behavior. You see, this believer in the church rejected John's teachers and stopped others from being hospitable toward them. It appears that this church leader lost his love and compassion for oth ers as he carried out his responsibility. He bad mouthed them in an attempt to discredit their message. It seems that he is selfish. Some say that he was only carrying out John's advice in II John. That doesn't fit the eld ers' harsh words. The believers are cautioned to follow the good example (Gaius); not the bad one. Demetrius, also in the congregation, is pointed out for his hospitality and good reputation. There is so much more to be said, but John says that he will visit them soon to finish this. Life's Lesson: Most of us have had role mod els in the church. They encourage us as well as set a standard for our daily lives. It is important to remember that Jesus only was perfect. Role models are good but they are human with flaws. "Walking in truth" means that we know the Word; believe it; and attempt to live it daily. We must also be able to separate culture from God's minimizing deception. Yes, there will be times that we are fooled but correct it as soon as you know what is going on. Let's not get caught up in self that leads to selfishness. 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