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Christal Walker: ‘I am a biblical griot here to help win the lost to God’

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For the sixth year, Bible Out Loud Ministries brings to the community the production, “Love Equals An Empty Tomb.” On April 3rd at 6 p.m. — Good Friday for Christians and the beginning of Passover at sundown for Jews — the multi-sensory production will be staged at Ninety-third Street Community Baptist Church at 2330 NW 93rd St., Miami, where Reverend Carl Johnson is pastor.

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Dr. J. Curtis Eubanks is a pastor’s pastor

Military-man-turned-church-founder recommends a consistent prayer life

The Reverend Dr. James Curtis Eubanks of Fort Lauderdale is a pastor’s pastor. He has personally mentored and prepared four ministers to become pastors. Currently, he is the counseling pastor for the members of Northside Church of God at 2590 NW 103rd St. in Miami where Minister Paul Nicholson is the interim pastor. “Dr. Eubanks is a real example of what a true man of God and a pastor should be. He is truly a man of integrity,” Nicholson said.

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Leadership summit in the spring is aimed to unify religious leaders

Partner with the masses and impact the world, says Young of his ministry

Reverend Dr. Robert L. Young, senior pastor, and his wife of 44 years, J. Elaine, executive pastor, are the spiritual leaders of New Seventy-ninth Street Word Church International. The tall building is located at 2275 NW 79th St., Miami. The Youngs are affectionately called “Pastor Rob,” and “Pastor Elaine,” respectively by their parishioners, family members and friends.

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Miami commissioners honor activist Harriette Wilson-Greene at event

Dr. Harriette Wilson-Greene on March 12 was recognized at a breakfast event honoring outstanding women in the community. The City of Miami Commission on the Status of Women hosted this event entitled, “Weaving the Stories of Women’s Lives.” Wilson-Greene was honored for her community activism by Commissioner Keon Hardemon, of District 5.

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The Zeta Phi Beta sorority serves well

Beta Tau Zeta chapter celebrates its 69th year of serving

The President of Beta Tau Zeta chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc., Cora L. Coleman Portee, the Zetas, along with the Bahamas Junkanoo Revue of Miami, Florida Inc. invite the public to join them at their 69th year celebration of community service . It is also the end of Portee’s presidential leadership, due to term restraints.

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Pastor of the week

The scripture, taken from Isaiah 55:4 that says “Behold, I have given him for a witness to the people, a leader and commander to the people,” describes the character of Elder Clifford Sanders. Elder Clifford is the senior pastor at JHV Shiloh Ministries (JSM) at 11936 NW 19th Ave., a Not-for-Profit 501(C) 3, Faith-based, community organization. He wears many hats, both literally and figuratively. He says he is committed to leading himself and others in performances and in making changes.

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Rise Up 4 Change partners to help at-risk youth

Local non profit has support of a driving force in Cutler Bay area

Mercedes-Benz of Cutler Bay has partnered with the Rise Up 4 Change organization, in an effort to help at-risk youth, in the southwest area. “The combined effort is to help these youth become successful citizens in their communities,” said Nicole Waters, director of marketing for the auto company. “This is our way of giving back to a community that has been very supportive of our business.”

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Elder Samuel Eaves II: Knows the word and teaches it in ministry

Elder Samuel Joseph Eaves, II could be like many who have reached the highest pinnacle in education, but he chose to place his emphasis on serving others and teaching them.

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No Dancer Left Behind Inc. helps children get life skills

Youth get more than free dance training from NDLB scholarships

For the last three years, No Dancer Left Behind Inc. (NDLB) has provided free lessons to disadvantaged children and teenagers, ages 6 to 19. Since May 2012, the NDLB program has provided $10,000 in scholarships along with life skills to needy students at Diversity Dance Center, according to Cassie Maura-Rahming, assistant director. NDLB at 6823 Sunset Strip, in Sunrise is a not-for-profit agency founded by Artistic Director/Choreographer Terrica Maura and her mother, Maura-Rahming.

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Pastor Donald Henry’s passion is helping to save our youngsters

Pastor Donald Lee Henry is passionate about working with young people, particularly young men. In his work in the prison system, he has seen many young men incarcerated and knows if he can help just one of them stay out of prison, it will make a positive difference.

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