Corsicana Daily Sun, Corsicana, Texas

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February 28, 2013

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Corsicana — Love Chapel Missionary Baptist Church located at 400 North Benton Street where David E. Wilson serves as Pastor and Sharron D. Wilson serves as Minister will have a special honor and recognition service to their Pastor, David E. Wilson at 3 p.m. on Sunday, March 3, 2013. God has blessed Pastor Wilson with wisdom, knowledge and the Holy Spirit to be able to teach and preach the Word of God just as it is in written in the Bible, with no compromising of the Gospel.  We appreciate our Pastor and want to show him our love and appreciation. The theme for the occasion is: "Chosen To Change The Atmosphere" from the scripture text  II Timothy 4:2.  Guest churches are: God's Holy Temple COGIC, Pastor Eric Grant, Sr., and Harmony Baptist Church. The spoken word will be brought by Bishop John Baker of the Harmony Baptist Church.  Everyone is cordially invited to worship with us in this service.

God’s Holy Temple COGIC, 311 W. Third Ave., Pastor Eric Grant Sr. and First Lady Jacquelyn Grant, invite you to join them in “Filling the Pews” at 7 p.m. Friday, March 1, 2013 when guest speaker Minister Christine Whitehead addresses the congregation on “Fellowshipping in Love.”

Church on the Rock in Rice will host its First Saturday Singing with open mic at 7 p.m. on Saturday, March 2, followed by the Heart and Soul Gospel Band. There will be refreshments afterward. Come join us!

Community Baptist Church, corner of W. Hwy 31 and SW CR 3040 will host the gospel group from Mesquite “His Call” in concert at 1 p.m. Sunday, March 10. Everyone is invited!

Liberty Tabernacle of God and Pastor Waites and members invite you to worship with them as their Sunday morning worship experience begins with Sunday School at 9 a.m. Morning Worship is at 10:30 a.m., and 6 p.m. Wednesday is intercessory prayer group, followed by Bible Study at 7 p.m. The Wednesday Bible Study returns to the basics with “What On Earth Am I Here For?” using Rick Warren’s expanded edition of “The Purpose Driven Life” as its study guide. Thanks to you, the pastorial day was a blessings, and each Sunday the church continues to share a black history moment, not just in February, because the history is so vast and important. And the younger generation needs to know their heritage. The public is invited to attend any and all services held at Libert Tabernacle of God, 2708 W. Eighth Ave., (behind the Bowling Alley) where the presence of God, the power of God, and the people of God are welcomed. For additional information please call (903) 641-5675.

            

  Believers Outreach Ministries will hold a revival March 6-8 at 7 p.m. nightly. Host pastor is Cathy Horn Douglas, with assistant pastor Margaret Evans. Apostle Juanetta Tave is the speaker. She is a native of Ft. Worth, mother of five children, has six grandchildren, and is the dedicated guardian of her three nieces and one nephew. As the people of God attended and witnessed the power of God, by word of mouth news began to go out throughout the communities, it was stated in a local newspaper that a Bare Foot Prophetess was traveling through the land. People came from far and near to hear, see what mighty workds were being manifested through this vessel that God was using. In between many of her engagements she would find herself obligated to ministry out in the field, such as in homes, speaking with other pastors, as well as talking with souls in the local malls and grocery stores. The faithfulness and willingness of this woman of God was highly favored in the eyesight of God, and shortly after serving in her respected call to do the work of an Evangelist, she was ordained and properly licensed. Apostle Tave has traveled in and throughout many cities both far and near. The faithfulness of Pastor Tave has definitely given her favor in the eyesight of God, as time progressed and the divine approval of God she was again licensed as Senior Pastor/Elder under Bishop Kirvin James, Houston. She is a woman of integrity, humility based on the principles and oracles of God. She takes no credit of her own, she is very much aware that without God she can do nothing and the accomplishments that have taken place in her life are all due to the Divine Will of God acting in accordance to the obedience of the call. She has recently become the overseer and founder of Apostles Pastors Church Care Fellowship, and has established churches in Bryan/College Station, Arlington, Wichita Falls, Corsicana, Tyler and Fort Worth.

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