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PRAYER FOR CHILDREN

PRAYER FOR CHILDREN ...

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The Girl God Wants by Daniella Whyte: “Obeying God With all Your Heart”

     One of the most important things that you can give to God is your obedience. He wants your total submission to His will, His Word, and His way, with all your heart, soul, mind, and spirit. The people who are genuinely blessed by God are the people who are genuinely obedient to God. ...

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Homegoing Services for Our Beloved Mr. Clarence Bonner

Homegoing Services for Clarence Bonner ...

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Georgia church expelled from Southern Baptist Convention over racial discrimination charges

A Georgia church was expelled from the Southern Baptist Convention on Monday over charges of racism. ...

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Bishops-elect reflect on  historic votes

Bishops-elect reflect on  historic votes ...

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Never Forgotten

Bishop Samuel McCormick was the first African American to serve as State Superintendent of the Regional Detention Center, Florida Correctional Department, co-founder of New Birth House of Prayer for all People and Founder of the South Florida Quartet Convention. ...

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Gospel Music Legend Melvin Williams receives first EMMY Award nomination; prepares for his new documentary, ‘Down Home Gospel,’ to Premiere Nationally on PBS in September

Gospel Music legend Melvin Williams, a member of the award-winning Williams Brothers, has received a 2018 Southeast EMMY Award nomination for Special Event Coverage of his new documentary, “Melvin Williams: Down Home Gospel.” ...

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What Hat Award Recipient Rev. Joe Cephus Johnson Jr. passesd on May 25, 2018

Rev. Joe C. Johnson, Pastor of the Greater  Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church Of Hallandale Beach, Florida, passed ...

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NAACP statement on the passing of Former NAACP Deputy Director Lewis Myers, Jr.

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) grieves the passing of Lewis Myers Jr., former NAACP Deputy Director.  ...

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Georgian Christian Democrat Stacey Abrams Seeks to Become First Black Female Governor in US

     Stacey Abrams, a Yale Law School graduate who is the daughter of United Methodist Church ministers, is seeking to become the first Black female governor in the United States. And if the prayers of her fellow parishioners at Columbia Drive United Methodist Church in Decatur, Georgia, are answered, she will likely make it. ...

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