Thursday, June 23, 2005

Waterford News
Elmira Curry

Greenfield revival set for June 29-July 1

The benefits of wisdom, parent instruction:

My children, listen to what your father teaches. Pay attention, and you will have understanding. What I am teaching you is good, so remember it all. When I was only a little boy, my parents’ only son, my father would teach me. He would say, “Remember what I say and never forget it. Do as I tell you, and you will live.”
—Proverbs 4:1-4

On Friday, June 17, Zelpha Moore from Batavill, Ill., drove down to Mississippi, spent two nights and carried her daughter, Ayarri Moore, back home on Sunday. Ayarri had spent three weeks here visiting the Currys, Elliotts, Johnsons and Blacks. While here, Ayarri enjoyed attending Vacation Bible School at Hamilton Chapel CME Church, worship services at Greenfield Presbyterian Church and one week attending

The Mississippi Leadership Training School at Rust College along with Ashleigh Johnson and Alexandria Blake. Thanks to Pat Curry for assistance with them each day. Many thanks to their instructors.

Rev. Dr. Coker George delivered an inspiring Father’s Day message at Greenfield Church on Sunday, June 19. He used for a subject, “Have we considered the cause of discipleship.” Followed by prayer and singing “Father Alone Knows All About It.”

Several youth and adults gave expression on Father’s Day.

Revival will be rendered at Greenfield Presbyterian June 29 - July 1, 7 p.m., jointly with Watson Chapel Church.

The public is invited to participate.


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