Beloved, We have had such a full month of fellowship and celebration in April and it is swiftly coming to an end. We have celebrated Resurrection Sunday, our second pastoral anniversary together, birthdays, wedding anniversaries, and, on Saturday, Lord willing, we will have another time to come together at the Adult Prom. It is always easy and fun to come together with people that you like, those who are family, friends, and acquaintances. But, when the church comes togeth
Beloved, I am still so full from our Sunday gathering. Two wonderful years with Zion has been more than I had hoped and prayed for. And, according to Reverend Konnie Robinson, we have at least forty more years ahead of us. I am grateful and thankful to God for you and I truly feel appreciated by you in our season of life together at this great and growing church, Zion Memorial Missionary Baptist Church. Everything has not been easy; but, God is good and whatever we have d
Beloved, Today is Wednesday. We set aside an hour each Wednesday evening to come together, to study together, to learn together, to journey together, and to grow together. Why come? It is because in our coming, our faith, based on our growing knowledge of God increases. Our hour is not a social hour. It as an Hour Of Power and Encouragement. It is HOPE Wednesday. And, our hope comes from a belief in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Now, this message to you is not an endorsem
My Zion Memorial Missionary Baptist Church Family, I am still feeling so good from having had the opportunity to worship with you again on Sunday. I always miss our time together. I am hopeful that many of you in receipt of this message will be with us tonight at HOPE Wednesday as we continue our study on prayer. We have transportation for those who do not desire to drive and we have daylight savings time that has kicked in to give us sunlight when we come and when we go.