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Religion [Calendar | Happening Now Educational Missionary The 126 Annual High Point Educational & Missionary Association is currently in session at Mt Carmel Missionary Baptist, 3230 Hietman Dr. today (July 23) and tomorrow (July 24). Workshops start at 9 am., followed with a variety of programs. The Youth and Children's Trac will close the con vention out Friday evening from 2 p.m.- 4 p.m. Dr. James Fulwood and Rev. Lewis Devlin Hosting Pastors. Pastor Daryl Young is Senior Pastor of Mt. Carmel Church. Dr. Ronnie Mclaughlin, Moderator of High Point Association. For more information call 336-761-8168. panning July 24 Family Conference New Hope Missionary Baptist Church on 1201 New Hope Lane, will hold the annual family confer ence, beginning Friday, July 24 at 7 p.m. The confer ence will continue on Saturday, July 25 at 8:30 am., r!ftmtna?ing on Sunday, July 26, at 4 pm. Deaconess Cellestine Evans is the leader of the conference. Bishop John C. Parks is the senior pastor of the church. Everyone is invited to attend. For more information call 336-724-5401. July 25 Gospel Program New Gospel Tabernacle, 206 Laura Wall Blvd., will sponsor a program on Saturday, July 25 at 5 p.m. featuring Bishop James Wright, Lashanda & The New Arrivals, Bill Piatt & The Gospel Crusaders and oth ers. Master of Ceremony is Bishop James Wright. The public is invited to attend. For more information, con tact Bill Pratt at 336-773-1694. Summer carnival Shiioh Baptist Church, 916 E. 12th St., will host a Summer Carnival as a fundraiser for its 123rd anniver sary on July 25 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. For more infor mation, contact the church at 336-724-9263. /-\ Golf Tournament Southern City Tabernacle AM?. Zion Church will have its second annual City Classic Golf Tournament on Saturday, July 25 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. The tournament will be at the McCanless Golf Course, 3515 Stokes Ferry Road in Salisbury. The cost is $200 per team (four players per team). The format is Captain's Choice. For more information, please con tact Pastor Patrick Tate at 704-657-1476 or email at tatep29@yahoo.com. Ministry of Helps Weekend The Greater Tkbemacle of Worship Center will be having its Ministry of Helps weekend on July 25 and July 26, as well as the Feed Our Guest from 11 am. to 1 p.m. at 1410 Attucks St. For more information, con tact the church at 336-777-1113. July 26 Youth and Young Adult Day New Direction Movement Cathedral, 3300 Overdale Dr., will observe 'Youth and Young Adult Day' on. Sunday, July 26 at 11 a.m. The 'Youth and the Young Adults' will be in 'Charge' of 'Morning Service'. Few more information call 336-771-2111. First Lady anniversary Mt. Olive Baptist Church, 1301 C.E. Gray Dr. .will celebrate its 13th annual First Lady Anniversary in honor at First Lady Eula Mae Harlee Gray. "Never Would Have Made It" is the theme. The Rev. Dr. Paul A Lowe Jr., and Shiloh Baptist Church will be the guest. Dr. Charles E. Gray is pastor. Everyone is invited. For mote information, contact the church at 336-721-1959. Pirtt Lady Eula Gny Church Anniversary New Unity Missionary Baptist Church, 2946 Ivy Ave., will celebrate its 30th anniversary on Sunday July 26 at 4 pjn. Guest speaker will be Rev. Jerry Allied of True Vine Baptist Church of Greensboro Everyone is invited to attend. For more informatior call 336-721-1199. July 27 ? Pipe Organ Recital ? Sounds of the Summer pipe organ recital series goes to Friedland Moravian Church, 2750 Friedlanc Church Road, on Monday, July 27 at 7 p.m Admission is free. Ray Ebert, Bill Osborne and Danie Johnson will be the organists. For mon information go to https://www.facebook.com SoundsofS ummerWS. Beginning Aug. 2 2 7tn Annual Convention Calvary Hill Church of Greater Deliverance Inc on 4951 Manning St. will host the 27th annual con vention Aug. 2-9. The theme is "Keeping it Real,' Empowered to Serve (Mathew 16:26). Bishop Claudi C. Turner is founder, pastor and teacher. For mon information call 336-744-2700. August 3 Lunch and learn I The Trinity Glen Church will be having a luncl and leam on Monday, Aug. 3 from 10:30 am. to 1:3< p.m. at 849 Waterworks Road. The subject will abou "Conversation in Death and Dying." Key speakers o this event will be Gary Cook, MDiv., LSCW, pas tore counselor and psychotherapist; and Christophe Ehrlich, hospice chaplain from Hospice of tto Piedmont. Please RSVP with number of peopl attending to bwoodard?trinityglen net August 8 Youth Conference See Religion on1 Reaffirmation service set for newly consecrated Bishop Sir Walter Mack Jr. SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Union Baptist Church, 1200 N. Trade St., will hold a sacred service of reaffir mation for its pastor. Bishop Sir Walter Mack Jr., who was recently conse crated as a bishop with Global United Fellowship earlier this month in , Jacksonville, Florida. The hometown service is Saturday, Aug. 1, at noon at the church. It is free and open to the public. Doors will open at 10 a.m. All local and regional clergy are asked to be a part of the processional. Clergy attire for the service is as follows: Bishops will wear choir dress; pastors may wear robes of any color and eld ers and ministers are asked to dress in black suits and white clergy collars. Clergy should RSVP to the church office: 336-724 9305 ext. 221 or ext. 252. "This [bishopric appointment] is not some thing I ever imagined for my life, but many years ago, God led me into the path of Bishop Neil C. Ellis. Bishop Ellis has always been one whom I respected in ministry," Bishop Mack said. "I am very appreciative that he extended this honor to me." At the Gathering Conference held in Winston-Salem last year, Bishop Mack was appoint ed to lead the international evangelism efforts of Global United Fellowship. "^Ye are planning on having a great time in wor ship, praise, and ceremo ny," Bishop Mack said of the Aug. 1 event. For more information, call the church office 336 724-9305 or visit the web site: unionbaptistwsnc.org. Bishop Neil C. Ellis of Nassau, Bahamas organ ized global United Fellowship in 2013. It is an international, interdenomi national Christian fellow ship that has the purpose to unite, equip, enhance, res urrect and build the body of Christ through strategic ministry, community out reach and prayer. About 600 pastors and churches from around the world, including England, Pakistan, the Philippines, South Africa, West Africa, the Turks & Caicos Islands, and the United States are a part of the Fellowship. Bishop Sir Walter L. Mack, 11 and First Lady Kim Mack Shown are Global Leadership Training Center students and (holding check, L-R) Pastor Tembila Covington (Secretary of the MCWSV), Dr. Patricia Bailey (founder), and Bishop Todd Fulton (President of the MCWSV). Also shown are Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler (GLTC Directors). Bishop Fulton and Mt. Moriah Outreach Center presented a check to Dr. Bailey. Ministers' Conference bolsters leadership training organization SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Coalition and the Great Commission: Some go. Some train. Others send. On July 14, Bishop Todd Fulton, Mt. Moriah Outreach Center, present ed a financial donation to Dr. Patricia Bailey, CEO and Founder of Global Leadership Training Center (GLTC), Winston-Salem. This donation was one act in a series resulting from a collaboration between the Ministers' Conference of Winston-Salem & Vicinity (MCWSV) and GLTC. The Center, which is the training arm of Master's Touch Ministries Global Inc., is the God-given vision of Dr. Bailey and is in its 10th year of operation. It offers intense six-month training for a new class of missionar ies for mission-minded churches. This coalition allows local churches to support the Center's intense intern training. Twenty-two interns from six American states (Arkansas, California, Florida. Illinois, Texas and North Carolina) See Ministers on B6 Lott Carey to host 118th annual session | SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Lott Carey Global Christian 1 Missional Community will host its 118th annual session at the Joseph S. Koury Convention Center. The location of the session is 3121 Gate City Blvd. (formerly High Point Road), Greensboro, NC. The ' session will be held on Aug. 9 j through Aug. 14. The Session normally draws near J ly 2,500 missional leaders from across the country and all over the globe. The week's agenda includes daily worship services, reports on Lott Carey's global mission work and mission classes. On Monday, Aug. 10, the S gospel concert, community feast and multi ple mission projects across the Triad Area will launch the event on Monday, August 10. The annual session comes to Greensboro under the leadership of Lott Carey President, Rev. Dr. Gregory Moss, senior pastor of St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church, Charlotte, N.C. He will complete his three African-American heritages, and is a premier missions partner of Baptist heritage. As a result of Lott Carey's mis sional efforts men, women, boys and girls are being formed as transforma tional Christian disciples, gaining access to basic healthcare, acquiring quality education, gaining employ See Lott Carey on B6 I God Shows Mercy Lesson Scripture: Micah | 7:14-20 By the end of this lesson, we should: ? Recognize that God gets angry but His love doesn't ^ cease 9* Remember instances in our lives where God extended His mercy towards us ? Rejoice in God's faith Background: Micah began his ministry around 735 g BC before Israel fell to the Assyrians in 722 BC. Due to that fact in his first cycle of judgment and restoration (chapters 1-2:13) he included Israel (Samaria) in his prophecy. After that, all references of Israel were actually comments to Judah, the Southern Kingdom. Chapters six and seven made up his final cycle which began on a * gloomy note because of Judah's decadent society. The prophet, like God was grieving over the unbridled evil of his people. He declared that look ing for the godly was like searching for fruit after the summer's harvest. None was to be found! Rulers did as they pleased; judges took bribes; prophets received pay for favorable prophecies; and the priests were silent! The last two examples were not mentioned directly in this chapter. No one could be trusted while the fam ily was torn asunder. In verse seven, Micah declared tnat his hope was in God, his Savior. Judah's enemies were warned not to gloat over their fate because God will restore them in His time. They won't have to wonder "Where is the Jews' God?" Rebuilding and expanding See Peppers on B6 & Mildred Peppers Sunday School Lesson 1 11

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