Hallandale Senior High School Chargers football team join in the Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church 300 Men in Black.
Hallandale Senior High School Chargers football team join in the Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church 300 Men in Black. Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church was filled to the brim with Black men in Black supporting of the theme: “There’s A War Cry for Soldiers of the Lord”. Bishop Victor T. Curry delivered a message from the Book of Psalms that resonated through the church like thunder. As Bishop Curry asked the question, “Are you a Psalm One man”, a questionable atmosphere hoovered in the sanitary like a dark cloud until the message was brought forth and then the Son from heaven rained down like a burning sparkle in the night.. What a message! Pastor Joe C. Johnson—“It was a wonderful blessing seeing the men of Ebenezer along with the other men of the community to emphasize the strength and unification of brotherhood. The message delivered by Bishop Victor T. Curry hit the target dead center… Our goal is to help men appreciate and carry out their God given mission. ‘The Psalm One Man’ is definitely the goal of our coming together. We need that man to stand as an example in the home, community, church, political and social agenda. Yes, you see that we involved the women, because it is together as each assume their Godly positions and our lives are strengthen. Let us not get confused with man’s ways and God’s ways.” Pastor Anthony Sanders of Higher Vision Ministries (Commissioner of Hallandale Beach) “Ebenezer’s 300 Men In Black service painted a picture of the Power of Unity, but also a shared Vision of what can become.”.