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Winston-Salem chronicle. (Winston-Salem, N.C.) 1974-current, July 07, 2016, Page B6, Image 16

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Clothing from page V5 A family settled in Winston-Salem later in his childhood. He is a graduate of Mount Tabor High School. Holt and Prince currently are selling their line through word of mouth and social media. They plan on setting up a website and a clothing store in the next few years to grow the brand. They also want to hire individuals who have a hard time obtaining jobs due to their criminal back grounds to give them a second chance. Giving back to the kids is another goal of the duo because they see child hunger as a problem and wish to become part of the solu tion. The goal for the company is to continue to grow and sell the clothing line at an affordable price. Holt and Prince plan on connecting with local churches to make them aware of the brand. When speaking of the line. Prince said, "My ultimate goal is to make this a line that everyone knows and that ultimately glorifies the King that we all should know." For more information on the line, please contact Jeff Prince at or Chris Holt at Photo by Tbnofty Ranucy Blood Purchase clothing line co-creator Jeff Prince says he wanted to ' create the line because it's something he has always wanted to do. The participants of the prayer hour were encouraged to pray for the end of the senseless violence that has plagued the city of Winston-Salem in recent months. Photot by Timothy Rmuoy To conclude the evening, everyone in attendance created a circle and held hands as a sign of unity during the "Not in our City" prayer hour, Monday, June 27. Prays from page B5 control people, we can't control the times in which we live; we can only affect lives. The best way to affect lives is to go to the one who gives life, and that is to pray. I thought it was important we do a prayer just for our city." Marshall stated that this event is not a cure-all and more steps need to be taken to make a change for the better. He stated that along with prayer, there should be a summit where clergy, government leaders, police officials and gang leaders come together on neutral ground and talk through issues that all sides have with one another. Willie J. Mason, minis ter of worship & arts at Galilee Missionary Baptist Church, said he was a little sad at the state of the city because he was born and raised in Winston-Salem. "One of the things that made me want to come tonight is that it's different when it's your city in trou ble," said Mason. "I was bom and raised in this city and to know what our city was and to see what it's become is a little disheart ening. So as an African American Christian man that believes in the power of prayer, I thought 1 need ed to be here tonight." When speak ing about addi tional steps that need to be taken to combat the vio lence problem, Mason went on to say, "One of the common threads is the church has always been a place of refuge for the black community and we need if the churches of all denominations to come together and engage and embrace our communities. I'm not speaking of just black churches, because eventually everyone becomes affect ed if the issue isn't stopped." Marshall was happy with the turnout of prayer warriors and the fact there were peo ple of multiple denominations in attendance. His wish is to have these prayer sessions expand because he believes in the power of prayer. Bishop Marshall O. DeShea Cuthrell was a guest of Bishop Marshall and led prayers throughout the night. His perspective was an impor tant one due to him being incarcerated for 21 months. Before his incarceration he was the minister of music at his church and said he was able to see the side of the justice system where they send what society deems the worst of the worst. He shared tales of his rehabilitation and want ed those in attendance to know everyone who is incarcerated is not a lost cause. "With the violence that seems to plague our city, our event to help circum vent this is what drew me. here. My own experience of being incarcerated and seeing firsthand what moti vates some to do what they do has brought me to a bet ter place of humility," said Cuthrell. Cuthrell said a major challenge is trying to relate and understand those who are committing these crimes and believe there is still hope, because God did it for him and he will do it for them. Lesson 'ram page B5 Psalms 14:1-3. Paul goes on to say that having turned away from God makes us useless to Him (God). Paul points out also that evidence of our universal sin is expressed in our speech. Heart and mouth work together. See Psalms 5:9, 140:3 and Psalms 10:7 which bears wit ness to our mouth being "full of cursing and bittemess"(Romans 3:14). Paul continues with quotes from Isaiah 59:7 on our violent ways. Though we desire Rel. Cal. hom page B5 2001 E. 25th St. (corner of Ansonia and 25th Streets) will be celebrating their church anniversary on Sunday, July 10 at 4 pjn. and on Sunday, July 17, at 4 p.m. Our guest speakers will be: Bishop Carl Archie of Glory of God Worship and Enrichment Center on July 10; and Bishop Johnny Johnson of United Deliverance Church of God on July 17. Senior Pastor Alice Mitchell is the host pastor. Everyone is is invited to attend. July 10-21 Church activities, VB? Greater Tabernacle Worship Center, 1410 Attucks St., will hold the second half of Greater's Best on July 10. Vacation Bible School will be held July 11-15, from 9 11:30 a.m. This is also Youth Week and the activities will start at 12 p.m. On Saturday, Julyl6, there will be a Fish Fry held on GTWC campus starting at 10 a.m. On July 21 there will be a food box giveaway held at 2058 Dellabrook Road from at 12-2 p.m. The Host Pastor is Apostle BJ McCloud. For additional information please contact Greater Tabernacle Worship Center at 336-777-1113. July 11-14 Vacation Bible School Antioch Christian Church, 1432 Underwood Ave., will have Vacation Bible School from Monday, July 11, through Thursday, July 14, from 6-8 p.m. July 16 Basket and bingo The Women's Auxiliary of Life Changing Transformation Church Ministries will hold a Basket and Bingo fundraising event on July 16 at 1 pan.. The cost is 25 cents per game and $1 per raffle ticket. Proceeds will go to the Women's Auxiliary. The church is located at 2001 E. 25th Street (corner of Ansonia and 25th). Sr. Pastor Mitchell is the host pastor. Everyone is invited. July 17 16th pastoral anniversary New Birth Worship Center, 1033 Newbirth Dr., East Bend, will celebrate Dr. James LE. Hunt and First Lady Elvita A. Hunt's 16th Pastoral Anniversary on Sunday, July 17,10 a jn. The guest speaker will be Minister Emma Lee Tate, Associate Minister, Friendship Baptist Church, Thomasville. The New Birth family is very excited to honor their Pastor and First Lady with commemoratory gifts of love and appreciation during our morning worship service. We request your prayers, love, and support from it T peace, we continue to fail to achieve it and this is a time proven truth since the beginning of time. The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge, and the lack of fear or recognition, respect, and reverence for God is both cause and result of sin. Paul's conclusion then is man has chosen to live by law, a choice made in the wilderness period of Israel. The law has since been so perverted by the very ones it's to protect so that we now live under grace. That grace is through salvation provided by Christ on the cross. Law points out sin and guilt, but salvation saves us from the penalty of sin. all who love, know, and appreciate Dr. and Mrs. Hunt for anything that they have done to impact your life in a way that has encouraged, equipped, or empowered you with a new birth experience. For additional information, please call 336-699-3583 or visit www.newbirthworship center.oig." Hunts July 17-22 Congressional convocation The 43rd Congressional Convocation for Ambassador Cathedral will be held July 17-22 at 1500 Harriet Tubman Drive. Speakers are: July 17, 5 p.m., Bishop Alicia P. Patterson of Danville, Va.; July 20, 7 p.m., Pastor Kendrick Lowery, Grace Church, Durham; July 22, 7 p.m., Pastor Dr. John McClurkin, Greater Faith Deliverance Center Church of God. July 18-22 Vacation Bible School St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, 810 N Highland Ave., will hold its annual Vacation Bible School July 18-22. The theme is: "Super Heroes for Christ." There will be classes for PK-Adults. The sessions begin nightly with dinner at 5:30 and end at 8 p.m. All are welcome. Call 336-724-2614 for more information and to sign up. July 22 Summer beach party dance First Christian Church Ministries, 1130 N. Main Street, Kernersville, will host a Summer Beach Party Dance for people with special needs on Friday, July 22 from 7-10 pm. We will have dancing, karaoke, and snacks. This is open to all ages with special needs partic ipants attending with a parent or caregiver. The dress is casual. We want you to be comfortable and have fun! Please sign up by email to or by calling Tracy at 336-996-7388. For more information, please Contact Tim Bussey at 336- 996-7388 or timb@fccministries .com. Ongoing Monday - Friday Free lunch and snack Between noon and 2 p.m. Monday through Friday, free lunch and snack will be provided to any child at Life Changing Transformation Church Ministries. The church is located 2001 E. 25th St. (corner of Ansonia and 25th Streets). Sr. Pastor Mitchell is the host pastor. < : For Your Consideration: What does it mean to fear God? What does it mean to exist under the power of sin? Life's Application: We as trusting Christians are no longer under sin but under grace. We are still however, sometimes guilty of sin. So, when we fall prey to sin, we are to confess and forsake our sin and "be restored to fel lowship and once again experience spiritual power over sin." (Brian D. Doud). Christ died and rose again that we might have this privilege as joint heirs with Him. Providing hope through teaching Join Calvary Hill Church of Greater Deliverance inc., from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. on the fourth Tuesday of each month at the Bethesda Center, 930 North Patterson Ave., where we provide hppe through teaching and preaching presented by Calvary Hill's ministerial staff. For more information contact the church at 336-744-3012. Noonday Express New Liberty Baptist Ministries, 5009 Voss St., will host Noon-Day Express services on Wednesdays from noon to 12:45 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. The Rev. Dr. Linda Beal is the host pastor. For more information contact Tracee Spears at 336-429-0512, or Deacon Beal at 336-528-3256. 4th Thursday Worship at Winston-Salem Rescue Mission The Evangelism Ministry of Pilgrim Rest Missionary Baptist Church located at 1905 NViickson Ave. will wor ship the 4th Thursday of the month at the Winston-Salem Rescue Mission at 7 p.m. Continue to keep these men in prayer as we attempt to bring the lost to Christ. Pastor Paul W. Hart. Clothes closet The Ambassador Cathedral Clothes Closet will be open on Sundays from noon to 2 pm., and Wednesdays from 5 to 7:30 pm. at 1500 Harriet Tubman Drive. Free to the public. For more information, call 336-725-0901. Food program First Baptist Church Children's Center, 501 West Fifth St., is participating in the U.S. Department of Agriculture funded Child and Adult Care Food Program. Meals will be available at no separate charge to enrolled participants. Children who are TANF recipients or who are members of SNAP or FDPIR households or are Head Start participants are automatically eligible to receive free meal benefits. Adult participants who are members of food stamp or FDPIR households or who are SSI or Medicaid partici pants are automatically eligible to receive free meal bene fits. For more information, call 336-723-7071. \ Food, clothes available Every second Saturday of each month from 11 am. to 1 pjn., Calvary Hill Church of Greater Deliverance Inc.. invites anyone who is in need of food and clothes. The food pantry and clothes closet is at 4951 Manning St. Direct all questions to Missionary Tammy Orr at 336-744 3012. f 1

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