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Miss Junior Mt. Olive
Mt. Olive Baptist Church, 1301 C. E. Gray
Drive, hosted Miss Junior Mt. Olive on
Sunday, July 19. The winner was Rosa Mone'
Robinson, who is an upcoming second-grader
at Forest Park Elementary School. Her par
ents are Mr. <& Mrs. Dedrick Robinson. Dr.
Charles E. Gray is pastor.
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"There is no other
major two-day Christian
music festival in the
Southeast. With that in
mind, we believe
Awakening will draw peo
ple from a wide geographic
area to Winston-Salem,"
Lassiter said. "We are con
fident that Awakening will
build a loyal regional audi
ence over time and become
a major annual event,
resulting in more diners at
restaurants, more retail
shopping, more overnight
hotel stays and an overall
significant boost to the
local economy, particularly
to the downtown area."
He noted that the top
four Christian music con
certs in America aggregate
ly draw more than 300,000
people over the course of a
week. In addition to Kirk
Franklin, MercyMe and
Jeremy Camp as headline
performers, Lassiter said
additional headlining and
secondary acts are being
cultivated and will include
a diverse range of musical
performers, speakers and
local church groups.
Tickets to the
Awakening Music Festival
range from $25 to $75 per
day. Group discounts also
are available. Tickets will
go on sale Monday, Aug.
10 to the general public
through Ticketmaster at
Those interested in
more information about
ticket sales, including
group sales opportunities,
should call the Winston
Salem Dash office at 336
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Blvd. in Greensboro. The session will be held on Aug. 9 -
14. A gospel conceit, community feast and multiple mis
sion projects across the Triad area will launch the event on
Monday, Aug. 10. For more information about Lott Carey
and the Annual Session, visit www.lottcarey.org or call
New Hope A.ME. Zion Church, 7000 Shallowford
Road in Lewisville, will celebrate its annual revival on
Aug. 9-14. On Sunday morning (Aug. 9), the pastor, Rev.
Dairl L. Scott Sr., will bring the 11 a.m. message. Lunch
will be served at 1:30 p.m. At 3 p.m., Rev. Dairl L. Scott
Jr. will bring the message along with his church family.
Union Chapel A.M.E. Zion Church of Linwood. On Aug.
10, Rev. Tyrone K. Rigsby of Center Grove AME Zion
Church of Tobaccoville; Aug. 11, Rev. Dr. Karen R. Miller
of Bethania A.M.E. Zion Church of Winston-Salem; Aug.
12, Rev. Jimmy C. Griffin of New Jersey A.M.E. Zion
Church of Lexington; Aug. 13, Rev. Johnny E. Scott of
Pleasant Grove Baptist Church of Yadkinville; and Aug.
14, Rev. Carolyn D. Bratton of Moore's Chapel A .ME.
Zion Church of Kings Mountain. Nightly service will
begin at 7 p.m. For more information call 336-945-9083
Beginning Aug. 12
New Hope Missionary Baptist Church will hold an
annual summer revival beginning Aug. 12 at 7 p.m. on
1201 New Hope Ln. The revival will continue on Aug. 19
and Aug. 26 at 7 p.m. The program leader and host pastor
is Bishop John C. Parks. Everyone is invited to attend, for
more information please call 336-724-5401.
Greater St. Matthew at 149 North Wheeler Street will
host their annual Community Day and School Giveaway
on Saturday, Aug. 15 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Please come
out and enjoy free food, games and prizes and more.
School supplies will be given out on a first come first
serve basis. Pastor William J. Purvis, Sr. is the host pastor.
For additional information, call 336-724-3106.
United Progressive Baptist Church will be celebrating
their 73rd anniversary on Sunday, Aug. 16 at 10:30 a.m.
on 1122 Quincy Caldwell Cir. The theme is "Great is they
faithfulness Lord. We give you Glory". Dr. Samuel
Cornelius will be guest pastor. Rev. Dairl Scott, Sr., will
be guest pastor. For more information contact Rev. Pamela
Goodine at 336-986-0251.
Beginning Aug. 19
Revival on the Lawn
Paul P. Thombs, senior pastor of Nehemiah Worship
Center. 4873 Phelps Drive, will host Revival on The Lawn
on Wednesday, Aug. 19 through Friday, Aug. 21 starting at
6 pjn. The public is invited to come. Transportation will
be provided. For more information call 336-712-7408.
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605 BC. Some high ranking Jews are
deported to Babylon. Daniel and the
Hebrew Boys are in this bunch. Back
in Jerusalem, the pilgrims are making
their way to the Temple. The prophet
is at one of the doors greeting them
(commoners). As they enter to wor
ship, they are told to change their
ways and remain protected by God.
He cautions them to "stop playing
church". He mocks their false confi
dence by saying "Temple of the
Lord" several times. The Temple will
not save them he declares! They must
change their attitude (return to God)
and their actions (practice justice,
love mercy, and be humble) and God
will continue to dwell with them in
the land of their ancestors. The phrase
"innocent blood" refers to three prac
tices -"sacrificing to foreign idols in
the Temple, child sacrifices, and
killing prophets whose message the
king doesn't like" (David C. Cook's
Echoes Adult Teachers
Commentary". Jeremiah reminds the
people that they trust in the feel-good
messages by the false prophets. They
are guilty of the same actions as soci
ety's leaders! The ever present, all
knowing God sees their hearts and
their deeds. They are told to go to
Shiloh to view the evidence of God's
wrath. Use your study Bibles and
commentaries to find out Shiloh's
significance. Ephraim is a reference
Life's Application: If our hearts
aren't focused on true worship of
God, we get into a lot of behaviors
that displease Him. The lack of com
mitment and trust in God results in
arrogance, corruption, injustice, and
oppression. Our behavior creates a
world of confusion. Have we turned
our "sacred spaces" into dens of rob
bers? Yes, we are to live in this world
but we don't have to conform to it!
We are the change agents for justice,
mercy and humility. Examine your
self today and declare whose side you
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availability (guitar, piano, drumline). Also, violin as a sec
ond instrument is offered through a partnership with the
Students learn basic music theory, sing in a choir, and
take part in a Bible class. The Summer Conservatory is
open to children in grades 4-12 who can commit to attend
all seven weeks of the program. New students need no
prior brass or musical experience.
Students have time for recreation daily. Field trips are
taken once a week as part of the curriculum. In addition,
the most advanced students will have the opportunity to
take part in several ministry trips to local assisted living
residences and two Sunday ministry nips to area Salvation
For more information on The Salvation Army
Academy of Music & Arts contact:
David Zuniga at 336-970-0608 or 336-499-1196 ext.
Photos by Douu Rogers
Niah Brooks was named Female Student of the Year
and Arturo Balanzar was named Male Student of the
Year at the Graduate Concert.
Niah Brooks performs on the piano, playing
"Wondrous Cross" and "My Robot," as part of the
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