Thursday, October 19, 2006
Political candidates encouraged to attend Rainbow Feast at Greenfield
What is humankind’s task to God and what are their christian ethics? However, more importantly and more personally, what must humans do if they wish to work more effectively on this problem within the framework of eternal blessings? Sunday’s scripture was from Mark’s 10:17-28, “and the rich young ruler went to Jesus seeking an answer on how to become a Christian and thus receive eternal life” The message from Minister Evelyn Elliott was: we must accept the deal offered by Jesus or say no deal and leave sad just as the rich ruler did. Moreover, to emphasis what was so well stated, our pastor made the call to the congregation for discipleship. Pastor George stated that each of us must find out what things are the things in our lives that keep us from the tasks of God. Again, for all those who missed, the young folks led worship service with beautiful scripture readings, prayers and songs and Tara Turnage was the liturgist.
We were blessed this past week to have several loved ones visiting from out of town. On Saturday, my niece, Lynell Miller of Indianapolis, Ind. and my sister-in-law, Mrs. Clemmie Miller of Memphis, visited in my home and we shared a wonderful meal and good conversation. They also visited Henderson Miller before returning to Memphis where Lynell was spending the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Troy Miller.
Mrs. Missouri Byers Sanderson of Indianapolis, Ind. spent several nights in the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Byers. Mrs. Sanderson visited her cousin, Elmira Curry on Sunday. She attended worship service at Greenfield Presbyterian Church and she and Elmira visited Mrs. Gheeler Jones Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Annie B. Miller of St. Louis, MO was back in Waterford to visit family and friends. While here, she stayed in the home of Laura Turnage and attended service at the Hamilton Chapel CME Church. She has had a safe trip back.
On Saturday, Nov. 4 at 4 p.m. the Greenfield Presbyterian Church will have a Rainbow Feast. All are welcome and the tickets are $10. We also welcome our candidates to come and speak if they would like. For more information, you may contact Elder Lavora Blake at 662-252-1166 or 662-252-3309.
(662) 252-4261 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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