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Bishop Ivory J. Payne On Sunday, September 26, 2010, The National Holy Trinity Baptist Association, Inc gathered together to carry forth the will of God concerning the ordination and consecration of His servant, Bishop Ivory J. Payne to the office of Bishop. Bishop Payne is the founder and pastor of New Birth Full Gospel Ministries of Baton Rouge, La. He is a man who has proven himself to be an exceptional shepherd for God’s church. He has committed his life to seeking out, drawing in and caring for the people of God. He feeds members the undiluted word of God, providing food to help the body grow strong in the Lord. Bishop Payne also fights for members in the spiritual realm - consistently going to God in prayer and confronting the enemy to rebuke his plans in the matchless name of Jesus. As the shepherd of New Birth Ministries, Bishop Payne also corrects members through Godly counsel to draw the sheep back in to the flock when they have gone astray. He truly cares about the souls of God’s people and he does all that he can to ensure that each person takes their rightful place in the Kingdom of God. Most importantly, Bishop Payne sets a godly example for members to follow. The lambs and sheep are able to follow the man of God as he follows Christ. Bishop Payne is the publisher of the oldest African-American newspaper in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He is the Vice-President of The Louisiana Black Publisher’s Asossication, The President of the North Baton Rouge Economic Development Cooperation. Bishop

For promotion [cometh] neither from the east, nor from the west, nor from the south. But God [is] the judge: he putteth down one, and setteth up another. Psalm 75:6-7

Payne’s ministry can be heard bi-weekly on1460 WXOK AM Radio. He sat on severl boards and auxilarirs too numorus to list. Payne is married to Cassie M. Payne. Together Bishop Payne and First Lady Payne cherish their most precious gifts God has given them, their daughter, Delphine Boyd and sons Ivory, Derek, and David Payne.

ministry. He was inducted into the International Gospel Music Hall of Fame and Museum for his many years of committed work in Gospel music. Bishop Moales just celebrated his 65th birthday with his church family and most recently delivered the Ivory Payne eulogy for popular Gospel Publisher music singer Walter Hawkins earlier this year. Bishop Kenneth Moales, Sr. is survived Bishop Rudolph W. McKissick, Sr by his wife of 43 years, Lady Peggy Ann Bishop Rudolph W. Moales, three children, 12 grandchildren McKissick, Sr. is the and one great-grandchild. Senior Pastor of Bethel We will not let the “War Cry Die.” Baptist Institutional Please keep the family and church family Church. Bishop Rudolph in your prayers during this difficult McKissick, Sr, the newest time. Bishop in Full Gospel Malinda Sapp Gone But Not Malinda Sapp, wife of prominent Forgotten Bishop Kenneth H. Moales gospel music Bishop Kenneth artist Marvin Sapp H. Moales, Presider recently of colon of the Pentecostal cancer. The couple Churches of Jesus had been married Christ and Pastor of for 15 years and Cathedral of the Holy had three children. Spirit (formerly Prayer MaLinda was the administrative pastor Tabernacle Church of of Lighthouse Full Life Center in Grand Love) passed away Rapids, Mich. on Monday evening, MaLinda Sapp was a psychology September 20, 2010 at the age of 65. professor at Grand Rapids Community Bishop Moales was the presider over College, professional psychologist the states of Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, and administrative pastor at Marvin’s Maryland, New York, New Jersey, North Lighthouse Full Life Center Church in Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and South Grand Rapids, Mich. Prior to her death, Carolina. He was also President of the the church had been praying for her National Convention of Gospel Choirs health and was seeking prayer from and Choruses, Inc. which recently others. . celebrated their 77th year of Gospel music


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inspiration&encouragment the writing on the wall Apostle J. Striggles

God loves you NO MATTER WHAT YOU HAVE DONE! He is working on your behalf right now. You may not see it or feel it -but KEEP YOUR FAITH STRONG; for you will surely SOON know that He was there ALL OF THE TIME. NO HE HASN’T FORGOTTEN YOU.

Bishop Rick Boykin

Friendly fire is a Military term used to describe that one, has been shot by its own comrade(s). In the Body of Christ there’s friendly fire going on. We’re firing shots at one another over scriptures, opinions, titles etc. It’s a trick of the enemy for us to waste our ammunition on one another, instead of us aiming at him. He has us fighting one another and deleting one another. United we stand divided we fall Selah

Pastor Anthony Calloway

Declares, “We have 92 days left in the year, what are you going to do with them? Are you going to start the process that laments what you DIDN’T do in 2010 or are you going to STILL declare the works of the Lord and say to the EN-

EMY this is MY time to do ALL that is necessary for the GREATNESS that God has placed inside of you?? .. It’s NOT too late to walk in the POWER of the Lord in 2010!!”

Bishop H. Eugene Bellinger

The Elegance of our Worship, the Excitement of our Praise, and the Excellence of our Obedience to Him as Servants, will yield the Expectations of the Father’s blessing on all of His Children. +H. Eugene Bellinger

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How you look at failure will determine if you stay down or if you are pushed forward. You may be in a state of continuous disappointments but the Glory is in the rising and coming out. People who cannot accept failure cannot succeed.


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Dear Church Lady, I am a saved woman and I am trying to raise my kids to believe in the Lord Halloween is coming up I do not want my children dressing up, but my husband doesn’t see anything wrong with it I use to dress up when I was little, and I really do not see the point I think it promotes Witches and the Devil. Signed Boo Dear boo, I am one never to tell a Parent what to do, but since you asked here goes, I see nothing wrong with allowing your children to dress up now since you do not want to promote the witches or the devil don’t dress them up like those I know some people who have dressed there children up as Angels, As Moses, as Animals from the Noahs Ark the bible is full of great people and things to dress up as but Halloween can be a great day for children don’t take that away from them it’s called childhood memories, oh and tell them babies church lady said to send me some candy. - Signed Church Lady

Dear Church Lady, What is your stance on Bishop Eddie Long and all the hoopla surrounding these allegations ? - Signed, Interested in the Outcome Dear Interested, First PRAYER is needed for ALL involved from the Bishop to the Accusers to His Wife to the congregation of New Birth, I think this is a sad sad situation because there are no winners here if it is true so many people will be hurt behind this, if it is not true people are gonna not blame the accusers but the gay community and they are gonna be even more persecuted instead of ministered to within the black church, the one thing Bishop cannot do is settle this quietly because if he does it will look like there is a cover-up so either way ...What is done in the dark will come to light, but until then......PRAY SAINTS PRAY!!!!! Signed, A Praying Church Lady

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Pastors from Coast to Coast Pastor Rev. Ralphael Jefferson

Bethel Pentecostal COGIC • Brentwood NY Pastor Rev. Ralphael Jefferson and Firstlady Evangelist Laurie Jefferson began Bethel Pentecostal Church of God in Christ in July 1999 with their four children. With the help of the Lord and a lot of determinaton. Soon after God begin to send on souls. Bethel is a small church with a lot of love. Rev. Jefferson was born and raised in the Church of God in Christ. He attended O.M. Kelly Religious Institute where he excelled and received his, B.T.H., BRE. He also sat under the tutelage of his father,Bishop R.L.Jefferson, Bishop of the Long Island Fellowship Jurdisdiction and who is founder and pastor of his own congregation.Our pastor always has a kind encouraging word. He is a praying, fasting man of God. A leader for this time... Firstlady Evangelist Jefferson is a great women of God, a person who will help you if you let her. Evangelist Jefferson is always by our pastors side. In church, and out of church where together they visit the sick and shut-in. Go out into the highways to invite people to church. She is a lover of people. A true pastors wife...

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Overseer Demetrius J. Sinegal

The Prophet’s House Miracle Kingdom • Scott, LA Overseer Demetrius J. Sinegal is a rising voice to the Global body of Christ. As an endtime seer with an apostolic mantle and mandate, he is sent into regions to effect a paradigm shift in the spirit and mind of the people. He is the Senior Pastor & General Overseer of The Prophets House Miracle Kingdoms; one church in two locations, namely New Orleans, LA and Scott, LA and the Senior Prophet of The Prophets house company of Prophets governing some 150+ prophets nationwide. Additionally he is the founder of The Prophets House School of Prophets, and executive pastor

of his evangelist ministry, Time of Refreshing Ministries International. The accuracy of the orations, word of knowledge, and prophetic utterances spoken through this man of God have been noted by the announcing of names, addresses, specific life situations of the past, present, and future. Prophet Sinegal is presently under the apostolic covering of the Prophetic Miracle Ministries Worldwide. A man of honor and integrity, great signs and wonders and other phenomena manifest wherever he ministers, as seasons of prayer and fasting are evidenced through his ministry. More information: prophetdemetriussinegal. org

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While the Generals are Transitioning, Is the Church Sleeping?


t is IMPERATIVE that the Body of Christ take note of the Generals who the Lord is allowing to transition into glory for their well-deserved rest! I think sometimes we take their leadership and presence for granted thinking they’ll always be here; the Bible says it like this: “I won’t tarry with you always”....; like the way I use to think about my late Grandmother. She was a staple in our family, I never knew life without Grandma until she was called Home to Glory some twelve

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years ago, but I DO remember the things that she taught me. This is why it is VITALLY important that we value them while they YET live, learn all we can under their leadership and ready ourselves to step in to our dimension once God releases them from earth to Glory. We must cease all of this bickering and jockeying for position & attention in the Body of Christ. It is important to learn how to SERVE under someone in leadership before you can be an effective leader yourself. Mentorship is lacking BIG TIME in the Kingdom because instead of others attempting to leave a legacy that may carry on for generations to come and plant some much needed seeds into others, many are more interested in being the “next big” preacher, teacher, prophet, singer, etc. We have got to rid ourselves from this selfish mentality that this ministry walk is about US

when those of us who serve SHOULD be the main ones looking to serve with our lives in whatever manner will allow God to gain the most glory from our beings. God allows the powerful ministry gifts of these Anointed men & women of God but only for a SEASON; in order to teach us and lead us into all TRUTH and to carry on the mantle and work once they are gone. I miss them dearly, appreciate those that I’ve gotten to know and are getting to know now and appreciate the love, prayers and service they have given over the course of their lives for and toward the Body of Christ. You will be GREATLY missed but NEVER forgotten.... Bishop Kenneth Moales, Sr., Bishop Walter Hawkins, Sr., Bishop Norman Wagner, Dr. Malinda Prince Sapp, Pastor Timothy Wright, Sr.,

Pastor John Osteen, Father Oral Roberts, Sr., First Lady Wright, Bishop G.E. Patterson, Pastor Abraham Swanson, “Pop” Winans ...and so many, many others! Thank you for your service to the Kingdom! Psalmist Doris Stokes is: President & CEO of Black Pearl Enterprises & 1 Voice Music Ministries A Psalmist, Worship Leader, Recording Artist, Songwriter & Gospel Stage Play Actress Email: Websites: (the Official Website) (On Facebook) © Copyright Protected: Black Pearl Enterprises

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ave you ever felt ashamed, unworthy, undeserving or unsure about your right to ask God for things because of what you’ve done or where you’ve been? Jabez didn’t and neither should you. Jabez was born of a sorrow and pain so great that his mother gave him a constant reminder of this fact, she named him after it. But a few words to God changed a life and label of sorrow to a full life of victory. I Chr. 4:9 Asking God is honorable. Jabez was more honorable than his brothers because he directed his words to his God who changed the course of his life. He went directly to the source and achieve great results and so can you. David, a man who enjoyed all of the power and

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pleasures of life, never lost sight of the fact that his success was rooted in his relationship with God. I Chr. 29:12 Asking is simple. Jabez talked to God like a he was having a conversation with a friend. It wasn’t deep and he used less than 35 words. How easy is that? Asking God brings real results. At the end of the story, God granted everything that Jabez asked for. Matthew 7:7 sums it up in one simple three letter word – ASKwhat are you waiting for?

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columbusOH Attorney General Cordray running on track record

This November 2, voters will head to the polls to elect statewide officeholders, including the offices of Governor, Attorney General, Secretary of State, State Auditor, State Treasurer, and two Ohio Supreme Court Justices. One particular race – the office of Ohio Attorney General – is drawing a great deal of attention due to the impressive record built up over the past two years by the current officeholder, Franklin County’s own Richard Cordray. Cordray was elected in 2008 following the resignation of then-Attorney General Marc Dann, who gave up his position following scandal in his administration. Cordray ran on a reform platform, and

thus far has built an impressive record of accomplishments since cleaning up the office. “When I was elected in 2008, I promised that I would restore integrity and professionalism to the office of the Attorney General,” said Cordray. “I’m proud to say that we have been successful in doing so, and I look forward to earning the trust and support of voters this November for another four years.” Since winning a landslide victory in the special election two years ago, Cordray has tackled a large number of issues important to Ohio voters. Following the economic crisis of 2008, Cordray has used the power of the Ohio Attorney General’s office to hold many Wall Street firms accountable for their illegal activities leading up to the collapse. So far, more than $2.7 billion has been returned to workers, retirees, and investors as a result of his office’s efforts. While Cordray has made Wall Street corruption a top priority of his office, he has also earned the respect of Ohio’s law enforcement community. Cordray is endorsed by every major law enforcement group in the state, and points to the work his office has accomplished over the past two years as the reason why they all support him. “We have increased training and provided more high-tech support services to law enforcement agencies than at any time in the history of the office,” Cordray said. “Supporting police who keep our communities safe is a key part of my job


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Clergy Appreciation Month

Bibleway Patriarch Bishop William C. Latta Celebrates 50 years of Service


ishop William C. Latta was born February 20, 1932 to the late Lula and Wilbur Latta in Oxford, N.C. He received the gift of the Holy Ghost and baptized in the name of Jesus, on spring break from college at age eighteen. Bishop Latta is a graduate of the Washington Bible College. He studied at Howard University, Cortes Peter Business College, Bible Way Educational Center and the Capital Bible Seminary. He received his doctorate degree at Aenon Bible College and was a faculty member for more than twenty-one years. He is also a United States Army Veteran. Bishop and Mother Leila M. Latta have six children: William C. II, Elaine Lynch, CarolynWood, Jonathan (Cheri), Timothy

(Yolanda), and Tiffany. Under the auspices of the Holy Spirit, Bishop Latta instituted the Bible Way Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ in Columbus, Ohio. In 1978, the church began construction of a new edifice under the vision of Bishop Latta, the late Elder Herman L. Partridge and the entire Bible Way family. They formulated their own company, Church Construction, Inc. The first service on December 24, 1979 was in the lower level of the unfinished building and in May 1980 the first Sunday morning service in the new sanctuary. During this dynamic period, Bishop Latta began Bible Way Theological Institute to provide a solid foundation for graduate study

in theology, business and humanities. He has written several books: Demonology, How to Received the Holy Ghost Without Tarrying, The Oneness of the Godhead and the Handbook for Marriage. Furthermore, Bishop Latta is associated with the Bible way Churches of Our Lord Jesus Christ Worldwide, Inc. He serves on the Executive Board of Bishops, Auxiliary Bishop over the National Sunday School department and is the Diocesan Bishop of Ohio. In September, Bishop Latta celebrated 50 year church anniversary. Congratulations Bishop Latta and Bibleway. May the Lord continue to move as you minister on the West side of Columbus.


Age Does Not Matter When It Comes to the Service of the Lord By Bishop Andy C. Lewter, D. Min.


hile most persons beyond eighty are looking for a wheelchair and some place to relax, Rudolph Waldo McKissick, Sr. is doing just the reverse. On Saturday, September 25, 2010, Bishop Paul S. Morton, along with Bishop Andy Lewter travelled to Jacksonville, FL to lay hands on and consecrate Bishop-Elect McKissick, Sr. Several other leading bishops of the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship were also in attendance including Bishop Neil Ellis, Bishop Jerry Hutchins, Bishop Daryl Brister, Bishop Oscar Brown, Bishop Lester Love and a host of others. The Bethel Choir took the worship service to musical heights and the preaching, done by Bishop Rudolph McKissick, Jr., was a display of pulpit genius. others notables in attendance included Pastor Jamal Bryant and Dr. Harold Carter, Jr. Bishop Mckissick was consecrated to serve as the bishop of Marriage and

Family Enrichment for the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship. As such, he will be in charge of counseling and designing workshops for members of the fellowship to take advantage of. To prepare for his elevation, Bishop McKissick underwent a rigorous course of study by Bishop Andy Lewter of Amityville, NY and Bishop Jerry Hutchins of Athens, GA. The training included crash courses in Church History, Theology, Church Doctrines and Ecclessiology. A special catechism and exam was set up for the candidate in August that he passed without incident. Bishop McKissick’s work will begin immediately and members of the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship can expect to see evidence of his work as early as the Pastor’s and Ministry Workers Conference in November of this year. All pictures taken by Reuben Chandler with Redd Photography October 2010 | | 866.961.7191 |


Clergy Appreciation Month

Perez International Ministries: Pastor Zelma Dickerson

Interview by Celeste Payne


met Pastor Dickerson back in July at the Overflow Awards hosted by Pastor Michael Heard. At the awards, I learned that she is well respected in the ministry, in her community and amongst her peers. She recently celebrated her 11th Pastoral Anniversary. The Praise Reporter sat down with her to hear her heart about her ministry. Tell us about your beginnings in ministry. PD: If we go way back it was at the age of 12, when I received the Lord as my saviour and I had some very intense encounters with God because He would show me dreams and vision and as a young girl I didn’t understand it. One day, I was sitting there in the bed actually and I heard God say “ if you love me keep my commandments.” I begin to express these visions and dreams to my mom because I didn’t know what to do. My mom took me to my pastor when I was 14 yrs old and he recognized the ministerial call on my life and the age of 16 he released me to begin to minister in the church. I carried my bible to high school everyday I was witnessing to kids, everywhere and so it was almost natural for me because my heart was just so full of love for the Lord. So from that point, how did you develop into pastorship? PD: When the Holy Ghost spoke to me to be that God called me for that it was not anything to that I mentally or physi-


cally or educationally prepared for but what I didn’t know was that the church I came out of there are about, probably about 20 people that been called to the ministry of pastor, so we realized as we look back that our pastor was raising up leaders. I don’t know if he was fully aware of what he was doing but, I mean from the several generations there were pastors and pastors and pastors and one day the Lord said to me, I’m calling you to pastor,and I said, but I said I don’t want a pastor I can’t pastor I’m a female we don’t do that. For about two years, I hid this in my heart and was afraid to speak it out and even tell anybody not my husband or anyone else. I then got to the point where I could not hide it any longer and I went to my pastor at the time and gave him the information that God had given me. From there a series of things occured and then I found myself saying yes to the Lord and began to move forward and preparing to develop a ministry. How did you overcome the opposition and find the courage to step into pastorship as a woman. PD: It was not easy but one thing I had was an assurance in my self that God had said it to me and I met a lot of resistance. It was a very difficult transition to make, but I said these words to God because I sat at my church as long as I possibly could. I said to God, “if you let my pastor say from the pulpit it is time I will know that that is my release to go.”

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We were in church one Sunday morning and I share it with my very close friend she said do you still need God to say it is time? I said, “absolutely, thats what I ask God for.” My friend replied,“Well you’ve heard prophetic word and you’ve heard people speak to you in the beauty parlor about God’s calling on your life” I said, “but thats not what I asked God for. I asked Him for three words it-is-time.” That Sunday, my pastor stood up to preach and as he began to prepare what he had planned to say, he said “some of you are sitting there waiting for God to say it is time.” All i needed was those three words and from there I did the ground work to begin the process. Did I meet a lot challenges? Yes, I did. Even within my own family, people that I had grown up around for were unable to embrace me, but i knew that God had called me and I’d rather obey God than to obey man. I had, one pastor at my former church that I worked with for many years said “I dont believe in woman pastors, I dont believe God has called you. and I dont believe that this is what you, but if you ever need me to come over to help you let me know.” I said, “No thank you.” You will never come and send the dual message to the world –“you know that I will help you” but, “I dont believe in what you do.” I see that your motto for your church and your vision is “Beyond the Walls into the World” tell me what that means today. PD: Well, Perez, means breakthrough, God of the breakthorugh and we develop the ministry on break through, breakthrough prayer, deliverances, services, for marriages, families and then God said beyond the walls. Now we are breaking through everything in the

church . Theres so many breakthroughs you can have within the walls but then God began to impress upon my heart that we need to breakthrough the market place and go outside of the comfort of the church. Even in our mental state, we need to break outside of where we are in order to be effective Christians, to be effective disciples to be effective professionals, to be effective in what God has really called us to do. We tried passing out tracts in the neighborhood. One one year, we passed out 200 huge hurricane kits with blankets and snack food and lanterns and all of that that was great to hit the community with that but God wants to go even further than this community that were in and so to me, that means, how do we converse with that world that we have tried to get away from? How do we prevade that world that we think that we had to come out of? How do we effectively, institute or implement the great commission we preach to each other? We laid hands and prophesied to each other long enough. We eat meals with each other all the time and so now it is time for us to go outside of that comfort zone so that we can really begin to impact the world because the world is not coming to us. Rarely do they come within the walks of the church so what do we do? We have to go get them. We have to go where they are. have to have some knowledge and wisdom. I want be a part of what is God is doing today. I am here for purpose and it is not to watch people run for from one church to the other (and u know how we do we go to church to church to church) and rarely see new christians coming in church new people saying “I want God,

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Clergy Appreciation Month

Kingdom Covenant Christian Center


ounded in November 2005 by Pastor Vandy L. Colter III, Kingdom Covenant Christian Center is a non denominational church that is renewing lives with biblical answers to real life situations. In our young history Kingdom Covenant Christian Center has impacted our community and members with services and ministries that are unparalleled in our region. Beginning with just Pastor Vandy L. Colter, his wife Barbara Colter and one member in 2005 the Kingdom Covenant Christian Center has blossomed to 350 members in less than 5 years. Kingdom Covenant Christian Center is a saving station and is transforming lives at an exceptional pace. Whether through Pastor Colters’ preaching, teaching, spiritual guidance and Christian counseling or through our many community friendly ministries like our Marriage couples ministry, Singles Ministry, Women’s Ministry, Men’s Ministry, Children’s Church, Academic Excellence (free community tutoring for grades 4-12), youth mentoring, community Outreach ministry, creative fine arts & dance and financial literacy training there is little wonder why Kingdom Covenant Christian Center is growing at such a good pace. Continually recognized in the community for our accomplishments we were privileged in 2007 to receive a proclamation from the Vineland, NJ Mayors Office for our 1st Annual community health & wellness fair and in 2009 we received a Citation from the Pittsgrove, NJ Mayors office for our 3rd Annual community Heath & wellness fair; each event drew hundreds of people, local and national celebrities. Kingdom Covenant is giving people purpose, hope and the keys to a successful life. With continual testimonies from the mouths of its members, our standard of excellence and the integrity of our Christian Character the future is bright for Kingdom Covenant Christian Center.

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• Designate computer time with your child. Carve out 30 minutes or so to explore the Internet together. Whether to conduct research for a homework assignment or to virtually explore far-off locations, use the time to navigate the World Wide Web together. • Encourage creativity. Take photos from a weekend trip to the zoo or museum or from the last family vacation to create an under parent supervision or within a classroom or after-school program, technology lets parents and teachers tap into the ways children love to learn today. Today’s technology has amazing and productive applications in education. The key for parents is understanding how and when to use technology to spur their child’s interest in learning and discovery. Roberts suggests parents consider the following guidelines for bridging technology to education:


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isitors to one of America’s most timehonored vacation destinations— Yellowstone National Park—now have the opportunity to learn much more and broaden their exploration of the park. The recently opened Old Faithful Visitor Education Center features new ways for people of all ages to appreciate this natural, national treasure: hands-on, interactive exhibits, a theater for viewing films about the park, and a special area for kids to embark on their own exploration. Yellowstone National Park features more geysers and hot springs than the rest of the world combined. The best known of its geysers, Old Faithful, is one of the nation’s most recognized landmarks. Ninety percent of Yellowstone visitors stop by to see Old Faithful. At the Center, visitors can learn about the park’s 10,000 geysers and other geothermal features. They can discover what makes a geyser erupt, what microscopic creatures thrive in the scalding-hot springs and how the park’s fascinating volcanic past is visible today. The Center’s exhibits are designed to help visitors better understand the broader ecosystems and natural resources in the park, and why it is so important to protect them.

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I love to see people doing what they love. I love to see people who are passionate about their goals and who are clear about what they are called to do. But you know what I have a disdain for? I absolutely hate, seeing a person working at something they are clearly not called to do. Even though they and everyone else around them know, how miserable they are, they keep doing the same thing day after day, year after year, simply because they haven’t been encouraged or equipped to reach higher. Have you ever been in or seen a situation like that before? I see this quite often, especially in some places many would least expect it. Throughout the body of Christ, there appears to be a large segment of people

who aren’t mobilized to fulfill the great commission., There’s a large group of believers who are hearing the gospel but aren’t effectively spreading the gospel. There’s a large group of believers who believe that unless they’ve been to seminary or unless they’ve been ordained they’re not qualified or justified to really bring others into the Kingdom. I mean yes, they can witness to a backslider but what happens when they’re called to witness to a businessman who’s never been to church? I mean they can witness to a bench-warmer but what happens when the opportunity presents itself to witness to a blues band member? I mean they can pray for the choir member who has cancer but what happens when the homosexual living with AIDS walks by? So many of us fake the funk and wear the bracelets that say WWJD, what would Jesus Do …but the truth is, when it’s time to act like Jesus would act, we can’t! Because we’re not Living for the Kingdom. Heck if truth be told, many of us don’t even realize what it really means

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everyone on earth” Once you preach the gospel, show the folks you preached to how to live as a believer and expect miracles to follow you, just as they followed Jesus. But I want to break it down a bit further like this: Preach the Gospel, Live the Gospel and expect Manifestation. Repeat that if you will after me: Preach the Gospel, Live the Gospel and expect Manifestation. Let’s look at Mark 16:14 - And he said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature. Now remember this is the mandate. And my dictionary tells me that a mandate is an authoritative command or instruction. So that means it’s not an option. But to get an even better understanding of this thing, lets look at the word Kingdom. I found 2 definitions that I like the most; one is a realm or sphere in which one thing is dominant; the other is, the

sphere in which one is king or has control. So since we know God has total control of this world, since He is the creator of all things, He is basically the King of Kings. And since we are his children, a royal priesthood, we are heirs to his Kingdom. In other words we are Kings. We just have to figure out which sphere here on earth we have control in so that we can operate in the full mandate our King has told us to operate in. Clearly when Jesus said go into all the world or even as Matthew put it …into all the nations, Jesus meant ALL and EVERYBODY. My dictionary says it a few different ways: Being or representing the entire or total number, amount, or quantity THEN it also says: Constituting, being, or representing the total extent or the whole. And last but not least, being the utmost possible! Unfortunately many of us saved folks

either don’t understand what the word all means or we simply choose to ignore the mandate. So many of us are satisfied ministering inside the church building but are scared to minister outside in the street or in the marketplace. We’re satisfied with evangelizing to someone who looks like us, but are too racist to minister to someone of another ethnicity. We’re satisfied with inviting our cousin to church but can’t gather up enough courage to invite our co-workers. We’re satisfied with ministry in our comfort zones but can’t seem to fathom ministry in the marketplace. But, I’m here to tell you that until we recognize marketplace ministry as a part of God’s plan, we’ll never be able to effectively live for the Kingdom. As soon as more of us start ministering in the marketplace in our God-ordained sphere of influence, then we’ll start truly reaching ALL of the world.

For some of us, our sphere of influence is in Business, for others it’s Education, for others it’s Entertainment and for some it’s even Government. I mean just think of it like this, how can the wealth of the wicked get transferred to the saints if we don’t have saints mobilized and operating in every sphere that exists on planet earth? Are you mobilized in the right sphere of influence, here on earth? Dwann Holmes Olsen is an award-winning journalist and Emmy nominated TV producer who serves the Body of Christ as an Ordained Prophet who mentors ( P.I.Ts) and is assigned to educate, enlighten and empower those particularly called to the MARKETPLACE, as entrepreneurs, executives and those called to go from employee to employer. Her local church is Bethel Baptist where she serves as an Elder under Bishops Rudolph McKissick Sr. & Jr. who are Sr. Pastors. Find out more about Dwann at

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Honour means high respect, as for worth, merit, or rank. During this October - “Clergy Appreciation Month, we wanted to share scriptures Search tthat describe the honour that God, his servants and all men deserve.

Search the puzzle to find each of the underlined words in each scripture. Solution on page 16.. Dickerson continued from page 8

I desire what you have.” Its true, manifestation of becoming “fishers of men” pd: Yes absolutely, my pastor used to say the “net” works but you got to spread it, you have to unfold it, you have to get it out there where the fish really are. We’re suppose to bring back fruit, were suppose to bring in fish. If you let the net sit upon itself too long it. If you keeps folding it and handling it, it gets entangled. And you cannot fish with an entangled net and so, we must let God use us and spread us out, spread us out into the world. you know, weve cast our net we fish all night we fish 20 yrs 30yrs, 40yrs and look out we dont have much to offer you. But, we can cast on the other side of the boat and to be on the other side - outside the four walls of the church.

got to prepare for the entire harvest. How do I bless people that are not inside of my church? How do i hear and meet the needs of people that are not coming my church? You have to have some love you have to have some insight, you have to have to power of the Holy Ghost in order to do what God has called u to do, effectively. We thank Pastor Dickerson, Perez International Ministries for sharing their views on evangelism in the 21st Century. Just think each of us can make an impact in our communities, on our jobs and in our families. Let’s endeavor to be ready to be servants in this latter day evangelistic move! The harvest is truly plenteous. Will you be a laborer?

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Honour thy father and thy mother, as the LORD thy God hath commanded thee; that thy days may be prolonged, and that it may go well with thee, in the land which the LORD thy God giveth thee. - Deu 5:16 KJV

And to make thee high above all nations which he hath made, in praise, and in name, and in honour; and that thou mayest be an holy people unto the LORD thy God, as he hath spoken. - Deu 26:19 KJV Glory and honour [are] in his presence; strength and gladness [are] in his place. - 1Ch 16:27 KJV

Both riches and honour [come] of thee, and thou reignest over all; and in thine hand [is] po wer and might; and in thine hand [it is] to make great, and to give strength unto all. - 1Ch 29:12 KJV Render therefore to all their dues: tribute to whom tribute [is due]; custom to whom custom; fear to whom fear; honour to whom honour. - Rom 13:7 KJV

Let the elders that rule well be counted worthy of double honour, especially they who labour in the word and doctrine. - 1Ti 5:17 KJV

If a man therefore purge himself from these, he shall be a vessel unto honour, sanctified, and meet for the master’s use, [and] prepared unto every good work. - 2Ti 2:21 KJV

Thou madest him a little lower than the angels; thou crownedst him with glory and honour, and didst set him over the works of thy hands: - Hbr 2:7 KJV That the trial of your faith, being much more precious than of gold that perisheth, though it be tried with fire, might be found unto praise and honour and glory at the appearing of Jesus Christ: - 1Pe 1:7 KJV Honour all [men]. Love the brotherhood. Fear God. Honour the king. - 1Pe 2:17 KJV

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184 Heatherdown Dr. Westerville, OH 43081

3480 Refugee • Columbus, Ohio 43232 (614) 338-8338 •

Bishop Timothy J. Clarke, Pastor

Bishop Gregory L. Fly, Pastor

Authority of the Believers Church

"Making Ready A People Prepared to Meet The Lord"

WEDNESDAY Pastoral Teaching - Noon & 7:00 p.m.

1643 Aberdeen Avenue Columbus, Ohio 43211 (614) 261-7291

“Imparting Present-day truth and activating believers for the work of the Ministry”

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SUNDAY Morning Worship 7a.m., 9 am & 11 a.m. Christian Education Classes 9 a.m. & 9:45 am

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Pastor Dane and Lady Lisa Clark

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Columbus Christian Center

2300 N. Cassady Avenue Columbus, Ohio 43219 (614) 416-9673 Weekly Encounters: • Sundays at 9:00 am • Tuesdays at 7:00 pm Dr. David C. Forbes • Wednesdays at 11:30 am • Fridays at 7:00 pm

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Corinthian Missionary Baptist Church 3161 E. 5th Avenue Columbus OH 43219 PH: 614-237-8619

Elder Michael D. Reeves, Sr.

3420 Petzinger Road Columbus, Ohio 43232 614-237-7710

• Sunday School 9:15 am • Sunday Morning Worship 10:45 am • Tuesday Food Pantry 5:00 pm • Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 pm Alphonso Guice Jr. • Every Other Sunday: Old Time Prayer Meeting Senior Pastor

New Fellowship of Christians

1442 Sullivant Ave • Columbus, OH 43223

(614) 279-3103 Phone • (614) 278-1500 Fax Order of Service Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 p.m. Pastor Gerald Smith Friday Prayer 7:00 p.m.

The Bible is our Authority Souls are our Priority

1535 Dewey Avenue Columbus, Ohio 43219 614-294-2739 Service times:

New Fellowship Baptist Church

Sunday Morning Services Sunday School - 9:30 AM Morning Service - 10:45 AM Youth Church Service - 10:45 AM Wednesday Evening Services Adult & Youth Bible Study - 7:30PM

Mt. Zion Church of God In Christ

Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church • Bible Study Tuesday 7pm • Sunday School 9am • Sunday Worship Service 10am & 12pm Web Site: Elder Lance E. Humphrey E-mail:

Service Times: Sunday School 9:30 am Sunday Worship 8 am & 11 am Sunday Evening 6pm Bible Study Wednesday 7pm Prayer Friday 7pm

1466 Atcheson St., P.O. Box 83298 Columbus, Ohio 43203

Elder Nehemiah Howard, Pastor

Sunday School................................................9am Sunday Morning Worship.........................11:15am Sunday, YPWW...............................................5pm Sunday Evening Worship................................6pm Monday Evening Prayer..................................6pm Tuesday Prayer & Bible Study.........................7pm Friday Evangelistic Service.............................7pm

New Life Ministries "Teamwork makes the Dream work and Love makes the Difference"

5585 Summit Road SW Pataskala, OH 43062 (740) 964-1644 (740) 964-1196 Sunday Morning

Pastors George Worship 11am & Theresa Ware

Wednesday 7pm Bible Study


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RomanTuesday Apostolic Church Noon Day Worship Night Prayer 7:00 p.m. Bible Study 8:00 p.m. Friday Night Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m. Sunday Prayer 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:45 a.m.

Bishop Turner & Evangelist Linda Edmond

2450 Performance Parkway Columbus, Ohio 43207

Sunday School Bible Study: 8:30am Tuesday 11am-12noon Morning Worship Wednesday 7pm-8pm Alfred L. Thompson 10:00am-12:00am Pastor

The Columbus Bible Way Church,Inc. 2660 Rhoads Avenue Columbus, OH 43207 (614) 491-1620 SERVICE TIMES: • Sunday School 9:00 am • Sunday Worship 11:00 am • Thursday Hour of Prayer 6:30 pm • Thursday Bible Study 7:30 pm

United Ministries Church

“ A Deliverance Center, A Dream Center, A Destiny Center” Rev., Dr. Apostle Rod & Prophetess Taketa Williams William Talley, III 7422 Atlantic Blvd Jacksonville, FL 32211 888.424.WORD (9673) Triedstone Missionary Baptist Church Thirsty 858 East Third Ave Columbus, Ohio 43201 Thursdays Service Times: Sunday School 8:45am Bible Study Sunday Morning Worship 9:45am Morning Glory (Wednesday) 6:00am 7-8pm Hour of Power (Wednesday) 12 noon Midweek Prayer & Bible Study 7:00am Sunday Bishop Jerome Ross (614) 299-7069 Worship Senior Pastor www.triedstoneministry.comNATIONAL CONFERENCE ‘07 11am




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487 N Champion Avenue Columbus, Ohio 43203 (614) 258-4070

August 1-4, 2007Church Fellowship First Baptist Church Worship Center of Central Ohio of Mandarin 28 South Dr. Hamilton Gary L.Rd. Williams Sr. Whitehall, OH 43213

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Worship Center of Central Ohio “Making An Impact for the Kingdom”

2600 Old Courtright Rd Columbus, OH 43232 614.570.1791 Worship Service Adult & Youth, Sundays-10am Sundays, 8:30 a.m.; Topical Bible Study Mid-week Bible Study Adult & Youth,7 p.m.

Senior Pastor Apostle David S. Carter David S. Carter

Eld. Tyna Valentine

Pastor Gene Speich

Children’s Ministry available on Sunday mornings.

Imani Christian Church

Pastor Dalton and Elder Elizabeth Butler 286 Belvidere Ave.Columbus, Ohio 43223 Ph: 614-276-6779 Fax: 614-276-0876

Sundays 10 a.m.Wednesdays 7 p.m. Last Friday of the Month Prayer 9 p.m.

Mt. Sinai Holy Temple Cathedral of the Covenant

Bishop H. E. Bellinger


1712 Courtright Road Columbus, Ohio 43227 Sunday Service 9:30 Bible Study Weds at 6:30 pm

(904) 268-2422 3990 Loretto Rd Wed, Aug 1: 7pm Jacksonville FL 32223

Worshop Ministies Dr. Bruce V. Allen (904)924-0000 9117 Lem Turner Rd Jacksonville FL

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