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Winston-Salem chronicle. (Winston-Salem, N.C.) 1974-current, June 18, 2015, Page B4, Image 14

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Religion m\ Calendar Happening Now VBS, food giveaway, Men's Conference The Greater Tabernacle Worship Center is hav ing Vacation Bible School until Friday, June 19. Today (Thursday, June 18), there will be a Food Box giveaway from noon to 2 p.m. at 2058 Dellabrook Road. The Men's Conference will also be today, with a gospel concert at 7 p.m. at the church, 1410 Attacks St. The Men's Conference will continue on June 19 at 7 p.m. On Saturday, June 20, the men will host a health fair and break fast. The Men's Conference will conclude on Sunday, June 21, at the morning service. There will be the Aftermath on Saturday, June 27 at 6:30 p.m., and Song Requests for $5 on Sunday, June 28 at 4 p.m. at GTWC. The host pastor will be Apostle Brenda J. McCloud. For more information, contact the church at 336-777-1113. June 20 Souls for Christ Walkathon The Antioch Christian Church will be having its Souls for Christ Walkathon on Saturday, June 20 at 9 a.m. on 1432 Underwood Ave. For more informa tion, contact the church at 336-725-3439 or go to 20th Year Celebration The C.R.T. Golden Lamb Rest Home, Inc. xyill be having its 20th year celebration on .Saturday, June 20 from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. on 1515 Golden Lamb Ct. Performances will be by the C.R.T. Mass Choir, "The Group" (Quartet), C.R.T. Brass Ensemble and more. Free food, vendors and events for kids. Bishop Willie Davis Jr. is pastor. For more information or vending questions, call 336-727 9119. MALE program The Holy Trinity Full Gospel Baptist Church is having a MALE (Men Accomplishing Life Earnestly) program on Saturday, June 20 at 5 p.m. on 5307 Peters Creek Pkwy. The program is designed for redirecting the lives of men with prin-. ciples and standards. Free event for men of all ages. For more information contact the church office at 336-784-9347. Choir Celebration The Choir of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, 810 N. Highland Ave., invites you to attend its annual celebration on Saturday, June 20, at S p.m. Special guests will be: trumpeter Wayne Andrus and guitarist Ricky Jessup. This event is free, how ever, an offering will be taken. A reception will fol low. Wallace Wright is director of music. The Rev. Dr. Hector Sintim is the Priest in Charge. Call 366 766-2344 for more information. June 21 'Inheritance from our Fathers' The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship will hear the Rev. Lisa Schwartz speak on "Inheritance from Our Fathers," on Sunday, June 21 at 10:30 a.m. on 4055 Robinhood Road. The 9 a.m. forum will be a discussion of current events moderated by Ken Ostberg. For more information go to / Father's Da)| Service The Pilgrim Rest Missionary Baptist Church will have the Father's Day service on Sunday, June 21, at 11 a.m. at 1905 N. Jackson Ave. Guest speak er will be Deacon Tracy Hairston of the Greater Galilee Baptist Church. Paul W. Hart is pastor. For more information, contact the church at 336- 761 1351. Men's Day service The Wentz Memorial Congregational United Church of Christ (UCC) will be having a Men's Day Service on Sunday, June 21, at 11 a.m. on 3435 Carver School Road. The Rev. Roger E. Hayes, sen ior pastor of the Church of the Holy Spirit Fellowship, will deliver the keynote address. For more information, contact the church at 336-722 0430. Beginning June 22 Vacation Bible School Zion Memorial Missionary Baptist Church, 101 N. Dunleith Ave., invites everyone to Vacation Bible School from Monday, June 22 to Friday, June 26 from 6 to 8 p.m. nightly. This year's theme is "What's Love Got to Do with It?" Classes will be available for all ages with music and activities for the youth, and great fellowship for the whole fami ly. Refreshments will be served and limited trans portation will be provided. To register, call the church at 336-725-7390, Tuesday - Fridays, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m., or stop by during these hours. The Vacation Bible School superintendent is the Rev. Randell Cain. Rev. Dr. Joseph Jones is the host pas tor. VBS at New Light Vacation Bible School at New Light Missionary Baptist Church, 1S35 E. 15th St., will have its registra tion/kickoff party Ua.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, June 20. The theme will be "Jesus ...The True Superhero: Savior, Protector, Provider" from Monday, June 22 to Friday, June 26 at 6 to 8 p.m.. Students will discover who Jesus is and how they can be like Him. Students will learn to "Stand Firm" using the Word of God through crafts, music, and games. The Rev. Sam P. L. Hickerson is senior pastor. The public is invited to attend. For more See Religion on B5 1 ? Hickerson 4 ? V ? ' ' 'HP ":0 " Minister Jerry Arnette to speak at Morning Star on Father's Day SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE . The Morning Star Missionary Baptist Church, 1400 Fitch St., invites everyone to attend Morning Star Missionary Father's Day worship service on Sunday, June 21, during the 10:45 a.m. morning service. Minister Jerry Arnette will deliver the preached word during this service. Reverend Dr. Dennis Leach Sr. is pastor of the church. For more information, please call the church office at 336-748-0216. Born Again Free Deliverance Tabernacle holds first Deacons Conference SuhmideJ Plwto Minister Jerry Amette SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Born Again FreeDeliverance Tabernacle will hold its first annual Deacons Conference Friday, June 19 through Sunday, June 21. at the church, 741 Moravia Street. On Friday, everyone is invited to join the confer ence for praise and worship service. There will also be feature selections from the Born Again Free Church Male Chore. On Saturday at 9 a.m., there will be Bible teach ing/study for the Deacons only. Everyone is invited on Saturday night at 7 p.m. to attend another praise and worship service. For more information regarding the Deacons con ference, visit or call 336 251-8717. Submitted Photos Born Again Free Church Male Chore performs. ? I fe ?? Above: Born Again Free Church Male Chore will perform at the Deacons Conference. Right: Deacons of Born Again Free Deliverance Tabernacle are shown. Vessels Of Honor celebrates church, pastor anniversaries SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Vessels Of Honor ? Church Ministries, 3608 Ogburn Ave., is hav ing its sixth Church Anniversary and sixth years pastor's anniversary on Sunday, July 12. .At 11 a.m., Pastor Fredrick Smalley of Sanctuary Of Faith Ministry in Winston-Salem, will speak. At^4 p.m.. Pastor Johnny Scott of Pleasant Grove Baptist Church in Yadkinville, will speak. Bishop Marvin Cremedy and Pastor Clara T. Cremedy lead the church. Submitted Photc Bishop Marvin Cremedy and Pastor Clara T. Cremedy Selfishness Rebuked Lesson Scripture: Amos 6:4-8,11-14 By the end of this lesson, we should: ? Explore our personal self ishness and ask God to help us control it ? Recognize how selfishness breeds corruption and oppression ? Commit to live a life that pleases God Background: God blessed Israel with a strong surge in her economy. Syria's army military power was destroyed under Jeroboam II (son of Joash, king of Israel). The boundaries were expanded as she controlled trade routes that criss- crossed the region. Revenues multiplied as Israel became wealthier than ever! As usual, in any nation no matter what continent, the rich got richer and the poor got poorer. The wealthy wanted more and more at the expense of the poor. They became land hungry driving the small farmers off their land along with the workers. The displaced poor moved to the cities. Due to the selfishness of the wealthy, corruption raised its ugly head. They did whatever they wanted to keep what they had and to get more. Sound familiar? The situation was so bad that the poor sold themselves into service along with their fami lies! To survive, small merchants followed the examples of the wealthy. Corruption infiltrated the courts as well. If the wealthy couldn't accomplish their goals, they bribed the judges! The middle class declined leaving the rich and the poor only. The "haves" became complacent and arro gant without accepting any responsibility and compassion 1 children of whoredoms: for the land hath committed great whoredom, departing from the Lord) was on their moral decay and religious corruption in Israel. Lesson: The prophet's third sermon (5:1-6:14) is a lament on their current state of things what's about to hap pen. Their complacency is condemned and God's judg ment is near. He invites them to "Seek God and Live" in 5:4,6. The wealthy are stupid rich and very arrogant. Their minds say, "We're God's Chosen, He will protect us no matter what ." Their homes are elaborately decorated; they eat the best of everything; Their music/songs are played on top of the line instruments; and Their wine is the finest that money can buy. The other side of that coin reflects the abject poverty of the masses. Their beds are on mats on the floor; meat is a rarity, and their music is their groaning due to what they lacked! The poor have no wine and little oil (for medicine). Amos warns the wealthy that their self Sec Pepper* on B5 towards the "have nots". Amos (who was among herdmen of Tekoa) often referred to as the angry prophet, lit into them expressing God's disap pointment in their behavior in Amos 2:6. This prophet concentration was to expose their economic and social injustices while Hosea's mission (Hosea was the son of Beeri, and was told by God, Go, take unto thee a wife of whoredoms and Mildred Peppers Sunday School Lesson 111H

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