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Restore Unto Me The Joy Of Thy Salvation

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Psalms 51:12, 13 “Restore to me the joy of your salvation and grant me a willing spirit, to sustain me. Then I will teach transgressors thy ways; and sinners shall be converted unto thee.”


o many today in churches all across America have lost their joy and are not ready to admit it has happened. The good news I bear is that joy can be restored. The word “restore” itself implies that it is something that the Psalmist once had and needed to recover. To “restore” can mean “to bring back into a normal or former condition.” When one restores an old automobile, it means the owner seeks to bring the automobile back as close as is possible, to what it was when it was new. Let us look at several things in regard to the restoration of joy. The Christian does not ask God to return his salvation, for he never lost it, but rather his request is for joy. The Christian who has lost his joy is a pitiful sight. Amen! The Repentant Response. Psalms 51:1-6 says, “ Have mercy upon me, O God, according to thy loving kindness: according unto the multitude of thy tender mercies blot out my transgressions. {2} Wash me thoroughly from mine iniquity, and cleanse me from my sin. {3} For I acknowledge my transgressions: and my sin is ever before me. {4} Against thee, thee only, have I sinned, and done this evil in thy sight: that thou mightest be justified when thou speakest, and be clear when thou judgest. {5} Behold, I was shapen in iniquity, and in sin did my mother conceive me. {6} Behold, thou desirest truth in

the inward parts: and in the hidden part thou shalt make me to know wisdom.” Brags on the Lord. Psalms 51:1 says, “Have mercy upon me, O God, according to thy loving kindness: according unto the multitude of thy tender mercies blot out my transgressions.” Amen! Confessed his sin. Psalms 51:1-4 says, “Have mercy upon me, O God, according to thy loving-kindness: according unto the multitude of thy tender mercies blot out my transgressions. {2} Wash me thoroughly from mine iniquity, and cleanse me from my sin. {3} For I acknowledge my transgressions: and my sin is ever before me. {4} Against thee, thee only, have I sinned, and done this evil in thy sight: that thou mightest be justified when thou speakest, and be clear when thou judgest.” Amen! He was confronted with sin and came to himself. The Request For Restoration. Psalms 51:12 says, “Restore unto me the joy of thy salvation; and uphold me with thy free spirit.” Amen! No one ever recovers lost joy until there is a request for its return.” Amen! Note several things about this request. It is earnest. He meant business with God, crying out of desperation. It is expectant. He would never ask God to restore his joy if he did not believe that God would do it. It is expressive. The Psalmist knew his joy was gone. He did not deny the reality of his condition. It expresses what the Psalmist knew about his inner life. The Reasons For The Request. Why did the Psalmist ask the Lord to restore his joy? Sin and disobedience had run its course in David’s life through his sin with Bathsheba, who was the wife of Uriah the Hittite. Rebellion, adultery and murder

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had caused tremendous problems in the life of the Psalmist. He was tired of sin and its consequences. Teaching what? One who has joy restored will teach transgressors the way of God. The result will be sinners getting saved. Psalms 51:13 says, “Then will I teach transgressors thy ways; and sinners shall be converted unto thee.” Amen! Have you experienced the joy of Salvation? Have you lost the joy of your Salvation? If you answered yes to either of these questions let me say that joy can be received through Jesus Christ, and joy can be restored through Him as well. Sin hardens. Hard hearted people are certainly not joyful people. Sin hinders. One loses his joy when there is unconfessed sin, because it grieves the Holy Ghost, who produces joy in the heart of every believer. Sin handicaps! It so cripples one’s life that he or she cannot think right, walk right, or feel right. The Results Of Restoration There are two major results in the context of our two text verses. The result will be saints teaching. Psalms 51:13 says, “Then will I teach transgressors thy ways; and sinners shall be converted unto thee.” Teaching what? One who has joy restored will teach transgressors the way of God. The result will be sinners getting saved. Psalms 51:13 “Then will I teach transgressors thy ways; and sinners shall be converted unto thee.” Amen! Have you experienced the joy of Salvation? Have you lost the joy of your Salvation? If you answered yes to either of these questions let me say that joy can be received through Jesus Christ, and joy can be restored through Him as well. Now you know how to restore your joy through salvation. Amen!


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By: Bettye “Katt” Williams Feb. 2012 - February of each year is Black History Month and honors the contributions of African-Americans throughout our nation’s past. Since 1976, every February, in the United States and in Canada, we pause to celebrate Black History Month. When Carter G. Woodson started Negro History Week in 1926, his purpose was for the history of African Americans to be considered a more significant part of American history as a whole and to educate Blacks about their cultural background, and to instill in them a sense of pride in their race. According to historian John Hope Franklin, Woodson “continued to express hope that Negro History Week would outlive its usefulness.” At church services and in school districts all over this city, state and country pictures of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Rosa Parks, George Washington Carver, Leotyne Price, Mahalia Jackson, Michael Jordan, Michael Jackson, Garrett Morgan, Dr. Charles Drew, Congresswoman Barbara Jordan, Tiger Woods, Thurgood Marshall, and since 2008, President Barack Obama, just to name a few can be found hanging in church sanctuaries and on bulletin boards in classrooms. But it seems that once the month of February comes to an end, the posters, pictures and facts come down and we go back to business as usual. Some scholars argue that, “Black History Month has become a ready-made excuse to ignore African American history for the other 11 months of the year”, thus promoting racism. We must never forget Carter Woodson’s vision for the role he played in African American history. Some African Americans do have a tendency to ignore our history the other 11 months of the year. It’s as if February is the only time we are proud of our heritage and who we are. It’s not just one month out of every year, Americans should commemorate the achievements of black people throughout the


Woodson believed that we as a people would make a commitment to explore, learn and make history to the extent that it would be a part of our everyday life. Why can’t every day African Americans take in the knowledge in their homes and into their communities and make this world a better place in which to live. Great African Americans are being born every day; not just in February, and that being the case, we should remember to celebrate our heritage every day. American historian Carter G. Woodson established Black History Week to commemorate and celebrate the contributions to our nation made by people of African descent. The first celebration occurred on February 12, 1926. He believed that truth could not be denied and that reason would prevail over prejudice. His hopes to raise awareness of African Americans‘ contributions to civilization was realized when he and the organization he founded, the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History (ASNLH), conceived and announced Negro History Week in 1925. For many years, the second week of February was set aside for the celebration to coincide with the birthdays of

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abolitionist/editor Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln. In 1976, as part of the nation’s bicentennial, the week was expanded into Black History Month. Each year, U.S. presidents proclaim February as National African-American History Month. By the time of Woodson’s death in 1950, Negro History Week had become a central part of African American life and substantial progress had been made in bringing more Americans to appreciate the celebration. At mid–century, mayors of cities nationwide issued proclamations noting Negro History Week. The Black awakening of the 1960s dramatically expanded the consciousness of African Americans about the importance of black history, and the Civil Rights movement focused Americans of all color on the subject of the contributions of African Americans to our history and culture. The celebration was expanded to a month in 1976, the nation’s bicentennial. President Gerald R. Ford urged Americans to “seize the opportunity to honor the toooften neglected accomplishments of black Americans in every area of endeavor throughout our history.” That year, fifty years after the first celebration, the association held the first African American History Month. By this time, the entire nation had





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“Love, Peace, and Soul” Creator, Don Cornelius, Dies at 75 By: Bettye “Katt” Williams


f you are Old School, then you watched or danced to the TV show “Soul Train”. I know because I learned a few steps back in the day from that show. But most importantly, you know the voice who said at the end of every show “We wish you love, peace, and soul”, Mr. Don Cornelius, an American icon. Don Cornelius, the smooth-voiced television host who brought black music and culture into America’s living rooms when he created the dance show “Soul Train,” was found dead at his home in Los Angeles early Wednesday in what appeared to be a suicide, the authorities said. He was 75. Police officers responding to a report of a shooting found Mr. Cornelius’ body at 4 a.m. on the floor of his house on Mulholland Drive with a gunshot wound to the head. It appeared to have been self-inflicted, said Ed Winter, the Los Angeles County assistant chief coroner. Mr. Cornelius was taken to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead. The police said they had ruled out murder and were talking to relatives about Mr. Cornelius’ mental state. Don Cornelius of Soul Train made a great contribution to American culture. It came directly from the African American community. It was more than a TV dance show; it was a source of pride and dignity for the African American community. There were hardly any venues at that time, especially on television that would give African American artists any exposure, including American Bandstand. American Bandstand was a dance show, but it basical-

ly concentrated on Caucasian people. They had a few black artists on from time to time. Soul Train was something that the African American community first embraced — and it’s always good to see African American people on TV — but then it spread to become a national and an international phenomenon. Soul Train not only became a community — something that gave the African American community a lot of pride — but it became a strong economic engine for the total music industry. Soul Train became so popular that artists like Elton John, David Bowie and the Bee Gees wanted to be the show. By that time it had gone far beyond the color barrier this country has embraced for so long. Soul Train, one of the longest-running syndicated shows in television history, played a critical role in spreading the music of black America to the world, offering wide exposure to musicians like James Brown, Aretha Franklin, Marvin Gaye and Michael Jackson in the 1970s and ’80s. “Soul Train created an outlet for black artists that never would have been if it hadn’t been for Don Cornelius,” said Kenny Gamble, who with his partner, Leon Huff, created the Philly soul sound and wrote the theme song for the show. It was a tremendous export from America to the world, that showed African-American life and the joy of music and dance, and it brought people together. Mr. Cornelius, a former disc jockey, created Soul Train in 1970 for the Chicago television station WCIU and served as its writer, producer and host. When it became a local sensation, he moved the show to Los Angeles and began broadcasting nationally in 1971, beginning a 35year run in syndication.

In its heyday, it was a formative experience every Saturday morning for young people of all backgrounds and afforded some of the most important soul and R&B acts their first national television exposure. It was also a platform for white rock musicians like Elton John and David Bowie to reach black audiences. Beyond music, Soul Train showcased dances and clothing styles then popular among young blacks. It laid the groundwork for dance programs like Fox’s “So you Think you Can Dance” and MTV’s “America’s Best

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But tormented by thirst, they continued to argue with Moses. “Why did you bring us out of Egypt ? Are you trying to kill us, our children, and our livestock with thirst?” Exodus 17:3 NLT After coming this far, do you really think the Lord is going to let you down now?


irst of all; what is stewardship? Stewardship means that one has been put over the operation of another persons holding, or possessions. Not only to be in charge, but to build or produce more than was turned over to him. In John 9:4 Jesus tells of his own personal purpose and what He must do, but more than that He gives us direction of what we should be about who will be with Him in the Kingdom. This is a declaration, which identifies work of the Christian and its purpose. We are all called by God to do a certain work within Kingdom building, but we must recognize that calling and respond to it by working the works of Him who sends us out. The next part of this statement: “ While it is day,” suggests to us that there are restrictions as to the time we have to do this work. When we look at the word “Day”: speaking in the context it means opportunity. you see, we only have the opportunity to do a lot of things during daylight hours, seeing without obstructions. Daylight hours only last for a certain time during a 24-hour period, so, it is important that we work diligently while the sun is up in order that we might be able to see what we are doing. you see when things are going well with us, we must not forget that things will not always be well, there will be some dark hours, so, we should do all we can while we are able to do them. you know, we are always tempted to forget what comes after a sunny “Day”. We forget that the sun will not always be high in the sky and always shining. Once the day is gone it cannot be recalled again, so, we must work as much as we can that

Day. Our lives will not go on forever, so we must work His will while we have the opportunity to work His works. Too many good deeds go undone, many kind words go unsaid, too many great potentials go untested, and simply because of opportunities we failed to capitalize on. Many of us misuse our sunlight. We simply waste sunlight being idle. Today will never be again, it cannot be recalled, so we must work while it is “Day”: Jesus makes this statement so as to bring about a sense of urgency to our minds, it was meant to be a challenge to us that we might understand the importance of doing the best we can while we can. Our potential to serve depends upon the willingness to take advantage of opportunities. We as Laymen in the church should work to save our young men while we have the opportunity to do so. you know what most of us think? We think working in the church is the work we should be doing. yes, we should work in the church, but let us not get it mixed up with the work of the church. you hear people say things like, “ sing for the Lord child”, She/he should not be singing for the Lord, the Lord does not need your singing, and He needs your willingness to work his works. Whatever we do in the church or on the church grounds should be for praise only. When we give praise to God on Sunday morning, because that’s the only time some of us go anyway – that’s what we should do to let God know that we appreciate what He has already done for us as an individual. That’s not working for God that’s praising God. When you help someone who cannot help him or herself or when you lead others to Christ, then we are working while it is “Day”. When night cometh no man can work. Night means Days end. It’s going to come no matter what happens. Our day will end some dark night, so, let’s work while it is “Day”! Let us not forget to read our Bibles. May God bless you real good, and may He ever keep you in His loving care.

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ave you ever known someone who had a poverty mentality? you can usually tell by the words he or she speaks. It is an attitude that never expects anything above and beyond its current reality. People with a poverty mind-set are content and satisfied Geraldine with lack and insuffiDavidson-Hooker ciency, even when it is clearly destroying their lives. Their surroundings, attitude, words, and decisions reflect a way of thinking that does not trust God for provision. As a result, they continue to experience poverty in many areas of their lives. Poverty involves lack, and it is not limited to the financial realm. Anytime we are lacking something in an area of our lives, poverty is present. A person can be poor where his or her relationships are concerned, or even mentally and emotionally. If people are lacking good health, they are poor where their physical condition is concerned. you see, poverty is designed to affect and infect all aspects of the human experience, which is why the enemy wants to keep people in the dark about what God has made available to them through His Word. When lack and poverty govern the way we think, our outer circumstances will reflect that inward state of being, and we will make choices that only push us further into poverty. Third John 2 says that as our spirit and soul are prospering, our physical condition will prosper as well. The key to a life of prosperity is to develop an inner image of it, which only comes by way of the Word of God. When we take the Word and meditate on it constantly, it becomes rooted in our spirits, and the result is a changed mind-set. When the Word is the absolute governing force in our lives, the abundant life will be seen in our outward circumstances. There will be no doubt in anyone’s mind that we are living the blessed life. God’s desire for us to prosper and not be in lack is not just so we can live the good life. He wants us to be so filled and overflowing with abundant life that we have a surplus of blessings to bestow upon others. Whether it is financial and material resources, wisdom, love, healing, or deliverance, we can impact others more effectively when our lives are free from poverty. Take some time to examine your life and locate areas where poverty has gotten a foothold. Change your thinking by renewing your mind with God’s Word. As your thinking changes, your feelings, decisions, and actions will follow suit. As your soul prospers, so will your life!

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have a niece and nephew who are 8 and 9 years old. Dear Confused, I don’t have any kids, but I love to have them over when I I am just like you. I don’t can. When they play alone, know if he was confused or sometimes they pretend to be Dr. Karen Hollie just playing, but more mother and child. The only importantly, I think that you thing is that my nephew is need to share this info with his mother always the mommy. I didn’t pay much and allow her an opportunity to figure attention to this because my sister is a single parent; their father has not been in out which one she thinks it is and act or their lives since my nephew (the oldest) react accordingly. was three. However, last weekend, they Dr. Hollie is a Pastor and practicing psywere playing and I went into the room where they were and my nephew had chotherapist in the city. For questions gotten into my shoes and make-up. Now and comments, please write to askdrholI’m a little nervous. He’s old enough to know those things are for girls. I didn’t say anything to him because I didn’t obody overs want to shame him. I just told them to get cleaned up so we could go. I don’t etroplex the know how or if I should address this. I ike lite ews don’t know if I should tell his mom because I don’t know what her reaction



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he church school lesson was “Out of Egypt” Ex.115:1-3,19,2226, was the accounting of Israel being delivered out of bondage after the Eld Lloyd T. Morgan 400 years that God revealed to Abraham concerning his seed. This lesson was a confidence builder for anyone who have ever been in trouble and thought God was taking too long to answer their prayer. As we saw in the life of many of the Old Testament Patriots that sometimes the Lord works slow but he works good. In the final verse of the lesson we see God setting forth his conditions for his blessings. Israel like many wants a miracle without obedience to God. But throughout the Bible it is clearly seen that God is more concerned about obedience to his word that anything else. The Message of the morning was delivered by Pastor Morgan from the subject “Living a

Joyous Christian life” Ecc.2:2426.Solomon makes it clear that not only were blessings from God, but even the enjoyment of the blessings were God’s gift to us. He considered it “evil” if a person had all the blessings of life from God but could not enjoy them. It is easy to see why the Jewish people read Ecclesiastes at the Feast of Tabernacles, for Tabernacles is their great time of thanksgiving and rejoicing for God’s abundant provision of their needs. The important thing is that we seek to please the Lord and trust Him to meet every need. God wants to give us wisdom, knowledge, and joy; these three gifts enable us to appreciate God’s blessings and take pleasure in them. It is not enough to possess “things”; we must also possess the kind of character that enables us to use “things” wisely and enjoy them properly. Apart from God, there can be no true enjoyment of blessings or enrichment of life. It is good to have the things that money can buy, provided you don’t lose the things that money can’t buy. Be Blessed

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ave you ever came to your prayer closet and was so overcome by condititions, circumstances and situations that you were lost for words, yet you were overcome with such Pastor Clarence peace in knowing that Henderson God has it all in control. Such peace that encourages you to P.U.S.H. (“Pray until Something Happens”). Realizing that we have some help with the Holy Spirit, which is our intercessor. The Apostle Paul suggested that the Spirit also helpth our infirmities; For we know not what we should pray for as we ought, but the spirit himself maketh intersession for us with groaning which cannot be uttered. Romans 8:26. Verse 27 says “He that searcheth the hearts knoweth what the mind of the spirit is”. I suggest that it is better to have a heart and no words, than to have words and no heart.

From the Mount


unday school lesson titled, “Out of Egypt” Exodus 15: 1-3, 19 and 22-26, the lesson high points were, “This was a journey of faith, there was a need of trust in God and being faithful Johnny King in difficult situations.” Missionary Dorothy King was our fifth Sunday speaker, she spoke on “A Praise Worshiper” Psalms 34: 1-3, 8, 13 and 121:1. Next Sunday (2/12) we will be the guest at Everlasting Praise Baptist Church where Rev. C. R. Davis is the pastor to help celebrate pre-Pastor anniversary

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he script is set, Super Bowl XLVI will soon be a reality. If it’s as great as the many story lines it presents it’ll be an exceptional game. Story lines as I said are plentiLeon Simon ful, will Brady and Belichick be the coach quarterback combination to win the most Super Bowl. Terry Bradshaw, Chuck Knowles three, Joe Montana, Bill Walsh three. That seems more appropriate than will Tom Brady be the greatest quarterback ever. A title we try to give everyone that achieves anything. If the New york Giants win, will Tom Coughlin have Bill Belichick number in the big games. Are these two coaches the Tom Landry and Vince Lombardi of this generation. Those are a few of the storylines that will draw a lot of attention. Some, if not all are about as relevant as Barry Switzer use to say “ a molecule in the universe”. If things go as I expect Tom Brady will probably try

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and establish a running game to keep the Giants from using their NASCAR package. The NASCAR formation is the four down linemen are all defensive end. Bringing a lot of speed inside and out. Tom Brady doesn’t throw as well with trash around his feet as he use to. Trash is an NFL term for player on the ground. That’s a problem most quarterbacks have that’s had lower body injuries ankle’s, Knee’s etc. By the Giants choosing to use speed you sacrifice size thus the Patriot could get a running game going. That, would be under normal conditions a way to succeed against a team like the Giants. If they’re successful running, and the Giants have to bring anther body in the box, then Brady can find those huge Tightends and he can find little Wes Welker in the slot. That’s basically the same game plan for the Giants, but that type offense is more in the Giants DNA. That’s the giants game plan regardless the opponent. The Patriots, although they run a three man front their defense is much more capable of stopping the run with the much larger down linemen. That opinion is not shared by a lot of people. If these plans a thwarted by either team now you have to go to the quarterback. I think Eli Manning is more capable of improvisation than Tom Brady, because one

he’s bigger and stronger, and he’s never been seriously injured. Tom on the other hand play more according to a script or what develops before the snap.( defensive formation) Also the Giants as before mentioned are design to whip quarterbacks. In the modern era these are as good a coaching staffs as there are in the league. If there’s an edge, I’ll give that to Bill Belichick. I don’t think New England will make the stupid mistakes that the Giants and the Dallas Cowboys have on many occasions made. Since I’m an NFC east guy I’ll pick the Giants. Plus I hope I’m wrong but I think Brady is showing a little fear could be injuries

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Black History Month come to recognize the importance of Black history in the drama of the American story. Since then each American president has issued African American History Month proclamations. And the association—now the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH)—continues to promote the study of Black history all year. The U.S. Census Bureau released data Wednesday indicating 13.6 percent of Americans identify as African-American. The report — released on the first day of Black History Month — indicated the nation’s black population, as recorded in the 2010 census, is 42 million. There are 2.4 million black military veterans. Eighteen percent (18%) of blacks 25 or older have a bachelor’s degree or higher; and 2.9 million currently attend college, an increase of 1.7 million since 1990. The report said 44.2 percent of households with a black homeowner live in owner-occupied homes. The total receipts of black-owned businesses, as of 2007, were $135.7 billion, up 53.1 percent from 2002. This year’s theme “Black Women in American Culture and History” honors African American women and the myriad of roles they played in the shaping of our nation. The theme, chosen by the Association for the Study of African American Life and History urges all Americans to study and reflect on the value of their contribution to the nation. Maya Angelou, an American activist hopes that there will come a time when this celebration will no longer be necessary to explain the contribution of the AfricanAmericans. We as a African American people should not only celebrate Black History Month for one month but celebrate and teach our children about our heritage and our history throughout the year, and apply it to our everyday lives and live and behave like the Kings and Queens God created us to be!

Facts February 1 - The 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which abolished slavery, was adopted by the 38th Congress. Ratification was completed December 6, 1865. Also in 1870, Jonathan Jasper Wright was elected to the South Carolina Supreme Court. February 2 - Today in 1914, artist William Ellisworth is born in Washington, North Carolina. Educated at Syracuse University, he was a student of Florida artist Augusta Savage. His works were exhibited at Atlanta University, the Whitney Museum, the Two Centuries of Black American Art exhibit, Fisk University, Hampton University, the North Carolina Museum of Art and private collectors. February 3 - Six time All-Star Bill White was named president of National League IN 1989. Former Saint Louis Cardinals first baseman Bill White is named president of the National League. He is the first African American to head a major

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sports league. On February 3, 1903; Jack Johnson became the first Negro Heavyweight Champion, The Negro Baseball League founded in 1920. February 4 - Today in 1986, a stamp of Sojourner Truth is issued by the U.S. Postal Service. February 5 - Henry “Home Run King” Aaron, baseball superstar was born in 1934. February 6 - on this day in 1867,The Peabody Fund for Black education in the South established. February 7 - Negro History week originated by Carter G.Woodson is observed for the first time in 1926. February 8 - Figure skater Debi Thomas became the first African American to win the Women’s Singles of the U.S. National Figure Skating Championship competition, was a pre-med student at Stanford University in 1986. February 9 - In 1979, Baseball Hall of Fame announced that Leroy “Satchel” Paige would be inducted. February 10 - 1964, After 10 days of debate and voting on 125 amendments, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Civil Rights Act of 1964 by a vote of 290-130. The bill prohibited any state or local government or public facility from denying access to anyone because of race or ethnic origin. It further gave the U.S. Attorney General the power to bring school desegregation law suits. February 11 - today in 1996, Penn’s Baccalaureate Speaker was the Right Reverend Barbara Clementine Harris, a Philadelphian who was the first woman ever to become a bishop in the Anglican Communion. February 12 - Birthday of William Felton Russell, better known as “Bill” Russel, he was player-coach of the Boston Celtics basketball team in 1968 and 1969. Russell was born in Monroe, Louisiana in 1934. February 13 - The first Black professional basketball team “The Renaissance” organized 1923. February 14 - today in 1936, National Negro Congress organized at Chicago meeting attended by 817 delegates representing more than 500 organizations. Asa Phillip Randolph of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters was elected president of the new organization. February 15 - today in 1848, Sarah Roberts barred from white school in Boston. Her father, Benjamin Roberts, filed the first school integration suit on her behalf. Leon Spinks defeated Muhammad Ali for heavyweight boxing championship. Ali regained the title on September 15 and became the person to win the title three times in 1978. February 16 - Joe Frazier knocked out Jimmy Ellis in the second round of their New york fight and became the world heavyweight boxing champion in 1970. February 17 - James Nathaniel Brown, 63, Pro Football Hall of Fame Fullback, Born February 17, 1936 in St. Simons Island, GA, Michael Jeffrey Jordon, Basketball player, former minor league baseball player, Born New york, New york,

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February 17, 1963. February 18 - today in 1913, the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority was incorporated at Howard University. February 19 - Vonetta Flowers became the first black gold medalist in the history of the Winter Olympic Games. She and partner Jull Brakken won the inagural women’s two-person bobsled event in 2002 at Salt Lake City, Utah. February 20 - Death of Frederick Douglass (78), Douglass was the leading Black spokesman for almost fifty years. He was a major abolitionist and a lecturer and editor. Charles Wade Barkley, basketball player, born Leeds, AL, February 20, 1963. February 21 - today in 1987, African Americans in Tampa, Florida rebelled after an African American man was killed by a white police officer while in custody. February 22 - Julius Winfield( “Dr.J”) Erving, former basketball player, born Roosevelt, Ny, Feb 22, 1950. Also on this day DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince win the first rap Grammy for the hit single “Parents Just Don’t Understand.” February 23 - Baseball catcher Elston Gene Howard was born in St. Louis, Missouri. In 1965, Howard signed a $70,000 contract with the Ny yankees and became the highest paid player in the history of baseball at the time in 1929. February 24 - Former world heavyweight boxing champion Jimmy Ellis was born James Albert Ellis in Louisville, Kentucky in 1940. Ellis won the World Boxing Association title after beating Jerry Quarry in April 1968. February 25 - Muhammad Ali defeated Sonny Liston for world heavyweight boxing championship in 1964. Boxer Mike Tyson becomes the undisputed Heavyweight Champion of the World by defeating challenger Frank Bruno of England in 1989. February 26 - Theodore “Georgia Deacon” Flowers wins middleweight boxing title in 1926. On this day in 1964., the Kentucky boxer known to all as Cassius Clay, changed his name to Cassius X as he accepted Islam and rejected Christianity. “I believe in the religion of Islam. I believe in Allah and in peace...I’m not a Christian anymore.” According to two biographies, Muhammad Ali by Anthony O. Edmonds and My View from the Corner by Angelo Dundee, Cassius Clay changed his name to Cassius X on the 26th. Elijah Muhammed, a black Muslim leader, announced Cassius X’s name was being changed to Muhammed Ali. February 27 - Figure skater Debi Thomas becomes the first African American to win a medal (bronze) at the winter Olympic Games in 1988. February 28 - In 1932, Richard Spikes invents the automatic gear shift. Also Musician and entertainer Michael Jackson wins eight Grammy Awards. His album, “Thriller”, broke all sales records to-date, and remains one of the top-grossing albums of all time.

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Don Cornelius Dies.........continued from page 4 Dance Crew.” Born on Chicago’s South Side on September 27, 1936, Mr. Cornelius had an early craving to go into broadcasting. He graduated from DuSable High School in 1954, did a stint in the Marine Corps and then returned to Chicago to marry a childhood sweetheart, Delores Harrison. They had two sons, Anthony and Raymond, who are among his survivors. In 1966, he gave up a career selling insurance and cars to take a three-month broadcast course, despite having young children to feed. With his deep baritone, he landed a job as a substitute disc jockey at WVON in Chicago and later as a sports anchor on the television program “A Black’s View of the News.” He produced the Soul Train pilot with $400 of his own money, taking the title from a road show he had created for local high schools. “Soul Train was developed as a radio show on television”, Mr. Cornelius told The New york Times in 1995. “It was the radio show that I always wanted and never had. I selected the music, and still do, by simply seeing what had chart success.” He said the show was originally patterned on Dick Clark’s “American Bandstand,” but with a focus on black music, fashion and dance. “There was not programming that targeted any particular ethnicity,” he told The Associated Press in 2006. “I’m trying to use euphemisms here; trying to avoid saying there was no

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Welcome to the weekend, Baby! The week was really going well, when shortly before my deadline, I got the news that Don Cornelius was dead, at 75. Then I discovered that he’d shot himself...That lead me to

many questions about the man who we invited into our homes as kids... Being a native Chicagoan, I saw Soul Train before it went national on our local UHF Channel 26 Don Cornelius WCIU. I remember that hot little non-air conditioned studio that gave birth to one of the quintessential shows of a generation...It was “OUR” American Bandstand. That 1st show back in 1970 was all about Chicago, with “local” artists The Emotions, Chi-Lites and Jerry Butler! I wanted to see the older Don, so I went to youtube... If you visit my Facebook page(Search and friend me under Kevan Browning), you will see an interview Don did with another Chicago legend Herb Kent, “The Cool Gent”...The thing that stood out to me in watching Don’s later year interviews, is that he seemed depressed, joyless...I won’t go over his life story, you can read that on the net, but I must say he deserved a better end. Who will ever forget...”And you can bet your money, it’s all gonna be a stone gas, honey! I’m Don Cornelius, and as always in parting, we wish you love, peace and soul!” R.I.P. Don Cornelius and thanks for blessing us with your style, substance and dream! Big ups to BET for banning Nikki Minaj’s, “Stupid Hoe” video... Besides stealing the beat from lil Mama’s “Lip Gloss” song, lots of little kids peep these videos...Low class, just get’s lower and lower and lower...Good luck to DeAngelo whose trying to make a comeback after 10 years outta the spotlight...

DeAngelo fell from an Amsterdam stage before his performance this week and is recovering hopefully away from thse Amsterdam cafe’s...Prayers for Paul Anthony of the R&B/Hip Hop group Full Force...Paul the most buffed of the group is battling cancer. On a brighter note, 1st later Michelle Obama is taking heat for reportedly going on a 50,000 Lingerie shopping Spree in New york. My thought? keep the President happy and shake the haters off,lol! By the way, The Dow Jones stock market had it’s biggest January in the last 10, count ‘em TEN years! Congrat’s President Obama! When we look at our 401K’s, 403B’s and other assorted retirement accounts, we want to see BLACK and not r-e-d! Move over Real housewives of wherever,lol...The TLC Network has plans for a new series called “1st Ladies”...They are starting with the wives of some prominent Atlanta G a . preachers...Word is that neither Bishop Eddie Long’s wife , nor Prophetess Juanita Bynum will be in the mix....Finally, I’m looking forward DeAngelo to Super Bowl 46 this Sunday. Despite a few invitations, I’ll be stretched out in front of my own TV after Church! Hopefully DFW resident/American Idol star Kelly Clarkson hits all the right notes on The National Anthem and Madonna has no wardrobe malfunctions during her halftime show...The matchup between the Ny Giants and New England Patriots may even live up to the excellent TV commercials..Let’s hope so! Happy Birthday to yOU and Celeb’s this week: Ernie Banks is 81, Sherman Hemsley is 74, Nolan Ryan is 65,Oprah is 58, Lawrence Taylor is 53, Oscar Delahoya 39 and Cosby Show Kid, Brandon “BUG” Hall is 27! Thanks for Rollin With A Brotha in The Elitenews, online at, FB as Kevan Browning and at Elite News 214-372-6500 Fax: 214-372-2534 page 13

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Christian Holy Temple Church 1569 Ann Arbor Ave. Dallas, TX 75216 Church Phone: 214-375-2913 Services: Sunday

Times: 9:30am Revival Time: 11:30 am Wednesday night Prayer & Bible Study Family & Fellowship 7:30 pm

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The “Exciting” Singing HIlls Baptist Church 6550 University Hills Boulevard Dallas, Texas 75241 Phone: 214-375-5952 Worship Times Sunday 8 & - 10:45 am Sunday School - 9:45 am Wednesday Night - 7 pm

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Ph: (214) 374-6441 Fax: (214) 374-6490 9:30 am Sunday School 11:00 am Morning Worship Eld. Lloyd Morgan, Sr Calvary Temple Community Church 1401 Clay Mathis Rd. Mesquite, TX 75181 Church Phone: 972-222-3708 Fax 972-222-5699 Website: E-mail: Services: Sunday Times: 8:00am and 10:30am Midweek Service: Wednesday Prayer/Bible Study @ 7:00pm Church Motto: "For We Walk by Faith, Not by Sight " 2 Corinthians 5:7

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1966 Life Street Dallas, Texas 75212 214-630-8637 10:45 am Worship 9:45 am Sunday School

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6332 Bonnie view Rd. Dallas, Texas 75241 214-225-2703 9:30 am Sunday School 11:00 am Worship

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Tuesday Bible Study................7:30 p.m. Prayer & Praise Family Night............7:00 p.m.

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Ewing Avenue Baptist Church

Church Of The Living God 3711 Biglow • Dallas, Texas 214-374-5485 9:00 am Sunday School 10:00 am Worship 7:00 pm Wed. Bible Study/Worship

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Friendship Missionary Baptist Church

1323 So. Ewing Ave. Dallas, Texas 75216 214-942-4643 Sunday School ….. 9:00 a.m. Sunday Worship ….. 10:30 a.m. Wednesday Bible Study …..7:00 p.m. Rev. Lee Craig

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1111 E. Ledbetter Dallas, Texas 75241 214-372-4411 9:45 am Sunday School 11:00 am Worship

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“Inspiring the Community One Family at a time”

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3700 Simpson Stewart Road Dallas, Texas 75241 972-225-1704

Bishop J. Neaul Haynes

YOU CAN HAVE YOUR CHURCH AND MINISTER HERE TOO! CALL ELITE Early Worship ................8:00 am NEWS FOR DETAILS Sunday School....................9:30 am Morning Worship..............10:45 am 214-372-6500 Wed. Night Breakthrough....7:00 pm “The Exciting” Singing Hills Baptist Church 6550 Houston School Road Dallas, Texas 75241 Phone: 214-375-5952

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New St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church

3603 Pugett Dallas, Texas 75212 214.351.7096 Sunday Service…10:45 am. Monday…6:00 pm. Monday School Thursday…6:00 pm. Prayer Meeting Bible Study

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Saintsville Church of God and Christ

2200 S. Marsalis Dallas, Texas 75216 Sunday School..............................7:30 am Sunday Morning Worship............10:00 am Tuesday Bible Band.......................7:30 am Friday Pastoral Teaching................7:30 pm Sunday Radio Broadcast...............8:30 am “Come Worship at the Home of The Saints”

Rev. Chris J. Evans

Neighborhood House of Prayer

1600 Pear Street Dallas, Texas 75215 Ph: 214-421-3741 Fax: 214-421-3926

Dr. Aaron Phillips

Sunday School: 9 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship: 10:30 a.m. Mid-Week Service: 7: 30 p.m. Transportation Available!!

“Church of Love” 4807 BurnsideDallas, Texas 75216

St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church

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Church Phone: 214-339-9554 Fax: 214-337-7626

Greater Mount Sinai Missionary Baptist Church

Denley Drive Missionary Baptist Church

Sunday School.......9:30 AM Morning Worship............ 11:00 AM

1711 Reynoldston Lane Dallas, Texas 75232

New Unity Baptist Church

Greater Progressive Baptist Church

Metropolitan Baptist Church “Where we walk by faith, not by sight, joyfully doing the Lord’s work serving the community,” II Cor 5: 7

Sunday Services: Intercessory Prayer..........7:30-8:10 am Early Worship.........................8:00 am Church School........................9:30 am Morning Worship..................10:50 am NBC.......................................6:00 pm

Dr. S.C. Nash, Pastor

Third Avenue Missionary Baptist Church “The Church With the 20/20 Vision” 2408 Hatcher Street • Dallas, Texas 75215 Church: 214-428-3695 Sunday School..........................9:15 am Morning Worship.....................10:30 am Wednesday Bible Study............7:00 pm Radio Broadcast: M - F 12:30 pm on KGGR

Rev. Michael D. Pryor

Sufficient graceProgressive Church Totally Committed 603 2403 E. HWy 67 #Dr.119 Harlandale Duncanville, 74137 Dallas, TXTX 75216 972-227-8199 Ch 214-374-0977 • C 214-864-0470 Sunday School........ 10:00am

Dr. M.L. Curry, Pastor

Sunday School ….. 12:0011:15am noon Morning Worship........... Tues Bible Study............. 8:00pm

PASTOR AND FIRST Thurs Joy Night.............. 8:00pm Pastor LADYRobb MCCCager ULLOUGH IIIr

february 3, 2012

celebRaTiNg 50 yeaRs Of cOmmuNiTy seRvice

miNisTeRs lisTiNgs Shekinah ShekinahTabernacle Tabernacle Baptist Baptist Church Church 2109 TX TX 2109Beckley Beckley• Dallas, • Dallas, 214-942-2227 214-942-2227 8:30 8:30am amSunday SundaySchool School 10:00 10:00am amWorship WorshipService Service

Ebenezer Missionary Riverside Baptist Church Ebenezer Missionary 3132 Lagow BaptistChurch Church Baptist Dallas, Texas


8015Blossom BlossomLane Lane 8015 9:30 am Sunday School Dallas, Texas 75227 Dallas, Texas 75227 10:45 Sunday am Worship 214-388-1200 214-388-1200

Rev. Rev. A.A.D.D.Tuston Smith Smith Rev.S.T.

Rev. Rev.Alfred AlfredStapleton Stapleton

Carver CarverHeights HeightsBaptist BaptistChurch Church “A Christ” “A going goingChurch Churchfor fora aComing Coming Christ” 2510 2510E.E.Ledbetter Ledbetter Dallas, Dallas,Texas Texas75216 75216 Church: Church:214-371-2024 214-371-2024 Sunday a.m.a.m. SundaySchool......9:30 School......9:30 Morn. Worship...8:00 a.m. & Morn. Worship...8:00 a.m.10:45 & 10:45 a.m. a.m. Tues. Tues.Noonday NoondayBible BibleStudy Study Wed. p.m.p.m. Wed.Prayer/Bible Prayer/BibleStudy....7:00 Study....7:00

R. Washington R.L.L.Washington

Olive Olive Grove GroveBaptist BaptistChurch Church Lotts Mortuary 4416 Denley 4416South South DenleyDrive Drive 2434Dallas, MLK Blvd, Dallas Tx 75215 Texas 75216 Dallas, Texas 75216 Ph: Ph:214-941-4378 214-941-4378 9:45 School 9:45am am- Sunday - Sunday School 10:45 Worship 10:45am am- Morning - Morning Worship Midweek Midweek Service: Service: Wednesday Wednesday––Prayer Prayerand and Teaching Teaching6:00 6:00p.m. p.m.

Rev. Rev.W. W.Hunter Hunter

Rev. Bradley Rev.Johnnie JohnnieR.R. Bradley

Pilgrim Pilgrim Rest Rest Baptist Baptist Church Church 1819 1819 N. N.Washington Washington Dallas, Dallas,TX TX Ph: Ph:214-823-7308 214-823-7308 Sunday: 8:00am & 10:45am 8:00 am First Worship 8:00 am First Worship 5th Sunday, Combined Service: 9:30 Sunday 9:30am am10:00am SundaySchool School 10:45 10:45am amSecond Second Sunday School: 9:30am Worship Worship

Rev. Rev.Curtis CurtisWallace Wallace

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Rev. Rev.Frederick Frederick D. D.Haynes HaynesIIIIII

Lords Lords Missionary Missionary Baptist Baptist Church Church

6722 6722 Bexar BexarStreet Street Dallas, Dallas,Texas Texas 214-428-5459 214-428-5459 9:30 9:30am amSunday SundaySchool School 11:00 11:00am amWorship Worship

14120 Texas 75240 14120Noel NoelRoad Road• Dallas, • Dallas, Texas 75240 972-239-1120 972-239-1120Church Church 972-239-5925 972-239-5925Fax Fax Worship 10:45 amam WorshipServices Services8 8& & 10:45 Sunday SundaySchool School9:45 9:45amam Wednesday Wednesday12 12noon noonprayer prayer

Rev. JeromeE.E. Rev.Jerome McNeil, McNeil,Jr.Jr.PhPhD.D.

Rev. Rev.Michael MichaelR.R. Hubbard Hubbard Sr., Sr.,Pastor Pastor

2837 2837Prosperity ProsperityAve. Ave. Dallas, Dallas,Texas Texas75216 75216 Ph: Ph:(214) (214)376-2447 376-2447 8:45 School 8:45am am- Sunday - Sunday School 10:00 Worship 10:00am am- Morning - Morning Worship 5:00 5:00pmpm-B.T.U. B.T.U. Dr. Pastor Dr.T.L. T.L.Brown, Brown, Pastor

1000 1000East EastRedbird RedbirdLane Lane Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas 214-371-9228 214-371-9228 8:00 amam Worship 8:00&&10:45 10:45 Worship 9:30 9:30Sunday SundaySchool School

new FriendshipMissionary Missionary New Friendship New Friendship Missionary BaptistChurch Church Baptist Baptist Church

Metropolitan Ave, 2419Friendship “Where IsIs Real & & “Where Friendship Real Dallas Texas 75215 The IsIsThe Word” Ministry The Word” TheMinistry 214-421-7211 2419 Metropolitan Avenue 2419Church Metropolitan Avenue Dallas, FaxTexas 214-565-1530 Dallas, Texas75215 75215 Church: Church:is214-421-7211 214-421-7211 “Where friendship real and ministry is the word”

Fax: Fax:214-565-1530 214-565-1530 Pastor’s Office 214-421-8272 Pastor’s Office: 214-421-8272 Pastor’s Office: 214-421-8272 NFCOC Office Caregiver’s Office: 214-565-1147 Caregiver’s Office: 214-565-1147 214-565-1147 Sunday School 9:15 AM Sunday School....9:15 A.M. Morning Worship 11:00 AM Sunday School....9:15 A.M. Morning Worship ........ 11:00 A.M. Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. Mon-Christian Education 7:00 PM Mon.-Christian pmpm Mon.-ChristianEducation...7:00 Education...7:00 Tue-Prayer Meeting 12 Wed. P.M.Noon Wed.Prayer PrayerMeeting Meeting....7:30 ....7:30 P.M.

Bishop Bishop Ray RayCampbell Campbell

5707 5707Bonnie BonnieView ViewRoad Road Dallas, Dallas,Texas Texas75241 75241 214-376-5846 214-376-5846 8:00 8:00am amEarly EarlyWorship Worship 11:00 11:00am amWorship Worship

Rev.Rev. Johnny A. McGee, Pastor Johnny Pastor Rev. JohnnyA. A.McGee, McGee, Pastor

Rev. Mitchell Rev.J.J.E.E. Mitchell

Greater GreaterMount MountHebron Hebron Missionary MissionaryBaptist BaptistChurch Church 2335 Texas 75241 233556th 56thStreet StreetDallas, Dallas, Texas 75241

Rev. Rev.Carlton CarltonGarrett Garrett

Concord Concord Missionary Missionary Baptist Baptist Church Church

6808 6808Pastor PastorBailey BaileyDrive Drive Dallas, Dallas,Texas Texas75237 75237 214-331-8522 214-331-8522 7:30am 9:15am, 8:00 amam &11:00-12:24 12:00 pm pm 8:00am, am,10:00 10:00 & 12:00 Worship Worship Worship

Rev. Rev.Freddie FreddieCheatum Cheatum Sunday a.m.a.m. SundayEarly EarlyWorship....8:00 Worship....8:00 Morning 10:45 p.m.p.m. Morning Worship Worship........ 10:45 Tuesday p.m.p.m. TuesdayYouth YouthChoir...7:00 Choir...7:00 Wed. Wed.Prayer PrayerMeeting Meeting.....7:00 .....7:00 Wed. Bible Study Class.....7:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m. p.m. Wed. Bible Study Class.....7:30 p.m.-8:30 For ine.or g For Prayer: Prayer: Prayer@hmbconl

Bon Bon Air Air Baptist Baptist Church Church

2020 2020W. W.Wheatland Wheatland Dallas, Dallas,Texas Texas75232 75232 972-228-5200 972-228-5200 Sun. 8am&10:45am Sun.Morn. Morn.Services Services 8am&10:45am Wed. Noon & 7pm Wed.Bible BibleStudy Study1212 Noon & 7pm

Fax:Fax: (214) 824-3813 Ph: Ph:(214) (214)823-1018 823-1018 (214) 824-3813

Ideal IdealPentecostal Pentecostal

Friendship Friendship West West Baptist Baptist Church Church Rev. Pastor Rev.Daryl DarylCarter, Carter, Pastor

5144 Texas 75223 DolphinRd. Rd. • Dallas, • Dallas, Texas 75223 5144Dolphin

Ervay ErvayCedar CedarMissionary Missionary Baptist Church Baptist Church

Shiloh Shiloh Missionary Missionary Baptist Baptist Church Church

1114 1114Comal ComalStreet Street Dallas, Dallas,Texas Texas75203 75203 214-946-3581 214-946-3581 9:00 am Early MorningWorship Worship 8:00 am Early Morning 8:00 am Early Morning Worship 10:15 am Sunday School 9:00 am Sunday School 9:00 am Sunday School 11:15 am WorshipService Service 11:00 am Worship 11:00 am Worship Service

2415 2415Ann AnnArbor Arbor Dallas, Dallas,Texas Texas 214-374-3639 214-374-3639 9:30 9:30am amSunday SundaySchool School 11:00 11:00am amWorship Worship Temple Temple of ofFaith Faith Christian ChristianChapel ChapelC.M.E. C.M.E. Church Church

New New Greater GreaterEmanuel Emanuel Baptist Baptist Church Church

2554 Texas 75216 2554Ann AnnArbor ArborAve. Ave.Dallas, Dallas, Texas 75216 Ph: Ph:(214) (214)376-2873 376-2873 Sunday am am SundaySchool............9:45 School............9:45 Morning am am Praise..........11:00 Morning Praise..........11:00 Children’s am am Children’sChurch......11:30 Church......11:30 BTU.............................6:30 pm BTU.............................6:30 pm Mon. pmpm YouthMission Mission....7:00 ....7:00 Mon. Youth pm pm Tues. Tues.Men’s Men’sMinistry Ministry....7:00 ....7:00 Fri. pmpm Fri.Singles/Family Singles/FamilyMinistry Ministry7:30 7:30

Hopewell Hopewell Missionary Missionary Baptist BaptistChurch Church

Little Little Friendship Friendship Baptist Baptist Church Church

Church: Church:214-374-4759 214-374-4759 9:00 9:00am amSunday SundaySchool School 10:30 10:30am amMorning MorningWorship Worship 7:00 pmpm Wed Bible Study 7:00pm pm- -7:30 7:30 Wed Bible Study Thurs. Rehearsal/Usher Thurs.Night Night- Choir - Choir Rehearsal/Usher 7:00 Men’s Night OutOut 7:00pm pm Fri. Fri. Men’s Night

Mt. M.B.C. Mt.Pisgah Pisgah M.B.C. “THE “THEROCK” ROCK” 11611 Chapel Rd. Rd. 11611Webb Webb Chapel Dallas, Tx.Tx. 75229 Dallas, 75229 Worship Services..7:45 & 11 am Worship Services..7:45 & 11 am Sunday am am SundaySchool...9:45 School...9:45 Wed. Study 12 pm 7 pm Wed.Bible Bible Study 12&pm & 7 pm Office...972-241-6151 Office...972-241-6151 Fax...972-243-5279 Fax...972-243-5279 Music MusicMinistry...972-241-5985 Ministry...972-241-5985 Prayer Line...972-243-2037 Prayer Line...972-243-2037

Rev. Rev.Fred FredConwright Conwright

Office Mon.Mon. & Fri...9 am - 3 pm OfficeHours... Hours... & Fri...9 am - 3 pm Tues., Wed., Thurs...9 am - 6am pm - 6 pm Tues., Wed., Thurs...9

Greater Church GreaterEmanuel EmanuelBaptist Baptist Church 2110 2110E.E.11th 11thSt.St. Dallas, Dallas,Texas Texas75203 75203 214-942-0218 214-942-0218

Rev. Rev.Bryan BryanCarter Carter

9:00 School 9:00a.m........Sunday a.m........Sunday School 7:45 10:00 a.m...Morning Worship 7:45a.m. a.m.& & 10:00 a.m...Morning Worship 6:30 Prayer/Bible Study 6:30p.m....Wed. p.m....Wed. Prayer/Bible Study

Rev. Rev.Burley BurleyHudson Hudson

Pastor: Rev. Robert Townsend Pastor: Rev. Robert Townsend

february 3, 2012

celebRaTiNg 50 yeaRs Of cOmmuNiTy seRvice Sunday Worship Services @ 10:45 am Todd M. Sunday School @ 9:15 am tkins Prayer & Bible Study - Wednesday @ 7:00 pm iNisTeRs isTiNgs


New Birth Baptist Union ChurchHope Institutional


Progressive BaptistGolden Church Chain Church

Golden Chain Church

Greater New Mt. Zion

5023 Wadsworth 3314 Detonte St. Missionary Baptist Church Dallas, Texas 75223 207 Eggar St. Dallas, TX Dallas, Texas 5023 Wadsworth Church 972-823-1962 Waxahachie, Texas 75165 Church 214-372-0280 Email: Church (972) 937-4615 Church 214-372-0280 Email: Sunday School.....9:30 A.M. Sunday School.....9:30 A.M. Call to Worship.... 11:00 AM Sunday School: 8:00 am Call to Worship.... 10:45 AM Mission.......6:00 - 7:00 P.M. Sunday School 8 am Wednesday Prayer Service.... 6:30 p.m. Bible Study……7:00 - 8:00 P.M. Worship 10:00 am Morning Pastor David L. & Shirley F. Maxey Rev. B.L. Horn “The Church With The Mind Of Christ” “The Church Where God Is Glorified”

444 West Ledbetter Primitive Baptist Church Dallas, Texas 75224 2217 56th Street 214-374-0828 Dallas, Texas 75241 Early Morning Worship ........7:50 am Ph: (214) 374-6441 Sunday School ....................9:30 am Fax: (214)am 374-6490 Morning Worship ...............10:30 9:30 am Sunday School Evening Worship ................7:00 p.m. Rev. George Pryor Rev. Lee W. Turner, Pastor Pastor 11: 00am Morning Worship 10 am Morning Worship Rev. B.L. Horn Eld. Lloyd T. Morgan, Sr. ick J. Woods Bonnie View Christian Church Redeemer Missionary Beginners New Covenant Christian Fellowship Church 4861 Bonnie View at Ledbetter Dallas District Christian Methodist Episcopal Baptist Church Baptist 2025 Church W. Wheatland Rd • Dallas, Texas 75232 Dallas, Texas 75216 Church 2948 Singleton Blvd. 3610 Hancock Phone: (972) 224-5000 Church 214-376-8514 Dallas, Texas 75241 Presiding Elder Dallas/Ft. Worth Region Dallas, Texas 75210 Sunday School......8:30 A.M Church: 214-631-2226 214-428-2083 Christian Methodist Episcopal Church Call To Worship... 10:00 A.M. Sunday School.....9:30 a.m. Sunday School.....10:00 Sundayam Worship: 8 am & 10:30 am 1616 East Illinois Ave Wed. Prayer Service & Morning Worship.10:45 a.m. Morning Worship.... 11:00 am Rev. Michael L. Youth Church: 10:30 am (2nd & 3rd Sun.) Dallas, Texas 75216 Bible Class..7:30 P.M. Evening Worship...7:00 p.m. BTU.......9:30 Smith, Pastor Rev. K.D. Intercessory am Prayer: 11 am - 12noon (Tues.Pace & Thurs.) Dwayne E. Rodgers, Sr. Pastor Ph. (214) 372-9505 Rev. Dr. Rev. Andre’ Byrd Sr. Bible Study: 7 pm (Wed.) W.C. Champion C.L. Taylor St. Mark AME Zion Church GREATER EL BETHEL MISSIONARY The Called Baptist Sheep of Fellowship Jesus Christ 2311 E. Illinois Ave. Dallas, TX 75216 214-376-7750 Fax 214-376-2485 Sunday School 9:30 am Harlandale Ave. 2206 Sunday Worship 11 am Dallas, TX 75216 Prayer Meeting Tues 12 - Wed 6 pm 213-372-3828 Sat 8 am - Sun 9Church: am 9:30 am - Sunday School “You Must Be Born Again”

Metropolitan Tabernacle Baptist Church

Rev. JohnWorship Morris, Jr. 10:30 am - Sun. Morning 6:00 pm - Wednesday Bible Service 11 am to 5 pm - Friday Counseling

H.L. Ward

Church BAPTIST CHURCHCME Church Christian Church Carter Temple WILLIAM D. MCNEALY, PASTOR 1724 Windmire Dr. Road 3104 gibbs Williams

Mesquite, Texas 75181 Dallas, Texas 75233 972-222-3763 Church Sunday Service:Office: 10:00 a.m. Bible (469)-567-1934 Study: Monday 7-8 p.m. SundayChurch: School .....9:00a.m. 214-747-0752 “….lovest thou me more than these? Sunday Worship ..10:00a.m. 10:00& Bible Fax: am - Class (469)-567-1974 Sunday School Feed my sheep….John 21:15-17 Wed. Prayer Service 7:00p.m. churchoffice@thecalled 11:00God amIs- Praised” Sun. Morning Worship Motto: “Where Mature Christians Are Made” “Where

1130 East Ninth Street Dallas, Texas 75203 Avenue 2503 Crossman ChurchDallas, 214-946-9701 Texas 75212

Holy Temple Church

Bexar Street Baptist Church

West Wintergreen Rd. www.dfwelitenews.com1051 2018 S. Marsalis Ave. Lancaster, Texas 75134 Dallas, Texas 75216 972-227-1400 214-943-3579 Sunday School ......................9:45 am Sunday Morning Worship .......9:00 am Early Morning Worship......8:00 a.m. Sunday Bible Class ................6:30 pm Sunday School..........9:30 a.m. Sunday Night..........................7:30 pm Morning Worship 10:45 am C.C. Robertson Pastor & First Lady C.C. Boyce

Faithful Missionary Baptist Church

6255 Bonnie View Rd. Dallas, Texas 972-225-7381 9:30 am Sunday School 10:45 am Worship

Little Flock Baptist Church

Rev. Louis E. Laurent

Greater Cornerstone Missionary Baptist Church 8350 Forest Lane Dallas, Texas 214-349-7701 7:30 am Early Morning Worship 9:00 am Sunday School 10:30 am Morning Worship

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2651 Gooch Street Dallas, Texas 75241 Church 214-376-0354 Sunday Inter. Prayer.....8 A.M.-9 A.M. Sunday School......9:15-10:50 A.M Sunday Morning Worship... 11:00 A.M. Evening Worship...6:00 P.M.

Rev. J.L. Rainbolt

Dr. David Wilson

Early Morning Pentecost ....8:00AM Sunday School.....9:25 AM Mountain top Experience ....11:00 AM Wed. Nite Bible Study........7:00 PM

Dr. Timothy J. Brown, Pastor

Carter Zion Temple Church of Temple CME Church God in Christ 2503 Crossman Avenue 4204 Frank Street Dallas, TX 75212-5209 (214) 747-0752 Dallas, Texas 75210 Ph: (214) 426-5231Sunday School: 10:00am

Elder Glenn Tatum, Sr. Pastor

Marsalis Avenue Missionary Baptist Church 2723 S. Marsalis Ave. Dallas, Texas 75216 Church: 214-943-6007 9:00 am Sunday School 10:30 am Morning Worship 7:00 pm Prayer/Praise Worship

Dr. David Henderson

(214) 946-3584

Open Door Church of God In Christ

705 E. Aimee Street Forney, Texas Sunday School.....9:30 A.M. Morning Worship....10:45 A.M. Wed. Prayer Meeting/Bible Study..7:15 P.M.

Sunday 8:45 AM – 9:45 AM Fullfillment Hour 10:00 AM Sunday Morning Worship Wednesday 6:30 PM Women, Men & Youth Meeting 7:30 PM Bible Study

2023 Mouser Street

3702 Toronto Dallas, Texas 214-920-2473

“Come Worship With Us”

1403 Morrell • Dallas, Texas 75203 214-946-4522

OctobeWorship r 29Services , 2010

New El Bethel Baptist Church

Community West Baptist Church

Rev. N. C. Sargent

Pastor Kevin Powell Pastor Kenneth W. Beck

7:00 pm - Midweek Worship PastorLancaster W.J. Atkins Pastor L. McDaniels “His Grace Is Sufficient” Greater Mt.Willie Pleasant Baptist Church Full Gospel

Terry White Pastor/Teacher

Sunday School......9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 am Morning Worship........11:15 a.m. Study: Wed 7:00 pm Bible Y.P.W.W..............6:45 p.m. “His Grace Is Sufficient”

Evening Pastor WillieWorship.........8:15p.m. L. McDaniels

Salem Institutional Baptist Israel Baptist Church Church 2023 West Davis Street Rev. Todd M. Atkins - Pastor Dallas, Texas 75208 3918 Crozier St. Dallas, TX 75215 Ph:214-428-3797 (214) 942-7535 Phone Sunday School....9:45 A.M. Sunday Worship Services @ 10:45 am MorningSchool Worship .... 11:00 Sunday @ 9:15 am A.M. Prayer & Bible @ 7:00 pm WedStudy BibleWednesday Study ...6:30 P.M.

Eld. Wallace M. Holyfield

Rev. Morgan Rev.C.C. Todd M. Atkins

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Thurs., 2/2/2012 both at Black and Clark Funeral Chapel, 2517 E. Illinois Ave. Dallas, TX

Wesby, James Cedric passed away on January 28, 2012 in Dallas, TX. visitation: Thursday, February 2, 2012 2-9pm. Service: Friday, February 3, 2012 11:00am. Both services will be held at Evergreen

Smith, gwendolyn Louise Funeral Service: 11a.m., Fri., 2/3/ 2012. visitation: 1-6pm,

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