Click on Deacon Joe Dickens to watch video 2 hrs. 20 mins.
Response: Deacon was awesome and so was my pastor may always.
Deacon Joe Dickens speaker. “Men of Anderson Chapel Have Faith.”
Pastor Rev. Walter Cherry Jr. brought forth the sermon.
Music was provided by the Shades of Harmony Bethel NC. These men were awesome!
Anderson Chapel Birthday Rally Messenger Minister J.R. Neal Sunday July 15, 2012
WASHINGTON — Marking a first for Hispanics, the Democratic party has chosen the mayor of San Antonio to deliver the keynote address at the Democratic National Convention.
The party announced Tuesday that Mayor Julian Castro will deliver the high-profile, prime-time address on the convention’s opening night, Sept. 4., in Charlotte, N.C. (More)
Despite accounting for nearly one-third of the local populous, black and Latino students compose less than three percent of the overall student body at a prestigious Fairfax, Va. high school. This is prompting the NAACP to charge in a federal discrimination complaint that the Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology board long ago adopted an approach that systematically denies those students admissions to an institution recognized and saluted as one of the “crown jewel high schools” in all the nation. (More)
It sounded like a cross between a church service and a history class Saturday evening at the official opening of the local Obama Campaign’s “Organizing For America” office in Wilson. Hundreds showed up to see the new office.
There was prayer, chanting, singing and lots of historical information given. (More)
The OIC Family Medical Center will celebrate National Health Center Week with a community event themed “It’s A Family Affair” at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the OIC Community Health Education Center at 1060 Pinehurst Drive in the Weeks Armstrong Homes community. The event is scheduled from 11:00 am until 2:00 pm. (More)
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OAK CREEK, Wis. — A man identified as the shooter in an attack at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin that killed six people Sunday was an Army veteran who was stationed at Fort Bragg in the 1990s, authorities said Monday.
Oak Creek Police Chief John Edwards said the gunman, who was shot and killed by police outside the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin, was Wade Michael Page. (More)