Sunday is Easter. In cities and towns across the nation, Christians will be celebrate this weekend this holy and festive holiday. Children and their parents will adorn new, colorful outfits and attend religious services at their neighborhood church. Religious pews will be packed with new guests who do not ordinarily attend church on Sundays.
Barbara J. Boyce, a Miami native, was born and raised in a “God-fearing” home with both parents, Ada Brooks-Powell and Deacon Willie Powell. Her parents were already diligent servants in the gospel ministry.
Members recall with wonder how God's house was transformed
Some folks say and some believe, “These are modern times (the season we live in) and God doesn’t perform miracles anymore.” If you fall into one of those categories this reporter strongly suggests you talk to a few Revival Tabernacle Assembly of God (RTAG) Church members and listen to them tell you about a miracle that happened there.
KingdomWaters is a newly established radio channel, which endeavors to present topics out of the ordinary in its efforts to reach people in such a way that faith is renewed, re-enforced, and seeded. Listeners will, hopefully, build and re-enforce strong relationships with God. Kingdom Waters’ aim is to remind and inform its listeners of the importance of knowing that a relationship with God supersedes being planted in or connected with religion.
Larry Gene Anderson was born on April 7, 1951 in Ocilla, Ga. to the parentage of Lessie Mae Glasper and Damon Davies. In 1954, his mother married James Anderson, a classmate. There was a real love connection between Anderson and Larry that resulted in Anderson adopting the 3-year-old as his own.
The Hands 2 Help, Inc. organization was founded in 2003 by Ms. Camille Jones, the executive director. H2H is a 501 (c) 3 org. “committed to involving individuals and agencies to lend helping hands to build a better community in the south Florida areas.
Hadley Park Homeowners Association, Inc. brought out ‘Heavy Weights’, to listen, act on their complaints
On the last Tuesday of March at the Carrie P. Meek Senior Citizens Center, 1350 NW 50th St., the meeting room was packed with residents from District 5 ready to voice their community concerns. There “to listen to them and act on complaints and concerns,” said Herschel L. Haynes, the former chairman and current interim chair of the Hadley Park Homeowners Association, (HPHA), Inc., were City of Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado, Chief of Police Manuel Orosa, Major Dennis Jackson, Commander Dana Carr, and District 5 Commissioner Keon Hardemon.
Thomas Jefferson Frederick, Jr. was born in Andersonville, GA to the parentage of the late Thomas Jefferson Frederick, Sr. and Mary Lou Kegler on October 21, 1921. His academics started in the Public School System of Sumter County, GA. At the age of 17, he moved to Miami. He became a member of Salters Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church in 1940 and remained until his death, currently under the spiritual leadership of Pastor Mildred Roscoe.
Rev. Rudolph Daniels, a gospel singer and preacher, was selected Pastor of Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church in 1983 and will be celebrating 31 years of service this month. The members proclaim: “He is an outstanding Man of God who demonstrates great leadership skills, commitment, and a love of God’s people through mentorship. He shows unconditional love by constantly praying for his congregants. He is always willing to listen; make necessa
People must see and be taught the importance of Christian character
Rev. Reginald Preston was born in Miami to the parentage of Vera and Deacon Theodore Preston. He was reared in the Lemon City area (now referred to as Little Haiti). He was educated in the Miami-Dade County School System and graduated from Miami Edison Sr. High school in 1985. He continued his education at