Bethesda Outreach to celebrate ministry

first_imgSkip “Bishop Valentine has a big responsibility of leadership,” she said. “He is an encourager and is in constant prayer as he watches over his flock. There are always problems and no matter what one of his members is going through, he is there for them.“He’s never too busy to talk with anybody or to pay a visit. Whenever he is called, his answer is always, ‘I will be there. I will go.’ A pastor is a watchman and Bishop Valentine continually watches over his flock. He lets you know that he is praying for you. He is always in prayer.”Valentine’s wife, Patricia, is the co-pastor of Bethesda and her faith and influence are felt throughout the congregation.“She is an awesome singer,” Culver said. “God has blessed her. She is so anointed. She is a blessing to us.” Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day Latest Stories The theme of the celebration services is “If We Faint Not” and will feature dynamic speakers, Bishop Scott, Outreach End Time Deliverance Church in Troy, Pastor Collier of New Hope Church in Brundidge and Pastor Don Foster, Pleasant Hill Baptist Church.“We invite everyone to join us for this special celebration,” Culver said. “We will have praise and worship and we expect an event of blessings from God.”Regular services at Bethesda Outreach Family Life Center are at 11 a.m. on Sunday and 7 p.m. on Tuesday. Friday night Hallelujah Services are held at 7 p.m. on the second and fourth Fridays of each month. Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration By The Penny Hoarder Print Article Bethesda Outreach Family Life Center in Brundidge has been an organized house of worship for only four years but has quickly become a growing influence in the community.At 7 p.m. tonight and Friday and at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, Bethesda will celebrate its ministry and the one who has led them and continues to lead them with strength, conviction and a love of the Lord.“These services are a celebration for our church pastor, Bishop Samuel David Valentine,” said Joann Culver, church member. “We want to show our appreciation to Bishop Valentine for the work that he has done in our community and for the body of Christ.”Culver said some churches have pastor celebrations or appreciation days annually but this is the first one for Bethesda. Email the author Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kitscenter_img You Might Like City Plan approval on hold It will be at least next month before the Troy City Council takes the final copy of the Comprehensive Community… read more Bethesda Outreach to celebrate ministry Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson Sponsored Content Penny Hoarder Issues “Urgent” Alert: 6 Companies Are… By Jaine Treadwell Published 6:21 pm Wednesday, March 18, 2009 Book Nook to reopen Around the WebMd: Do This Immediately if You Have Acid Reflux (Watch Now)Healthy LifestyleIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingHave an Enlarged Prostate? Urologist Reveals: Do This Immediately (Watch)Healthier LivingWomen Only: Stretch This Muscle to Stop Bladder Leakage (Watch)Healthier LivingRemoving Moles & Skin Tags Has Never Been This EasyEssential HealthRemember Them? I’m Sure Their New Net Worth Will Leave You SpeechlessbradofoThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. As the leading platform for native advertising and content recommendation, Revcontent uses interest based targeting to select content that we think will be of particular interest to you. We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancellast_img read more

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Wenger looks to next season

first_img Press Association Wenger said: “We had big injuries at the start of the season, after the World Cup, and that we only got our squad together more recently. “Even then we still lost players like Jack Wilshere in November, and then again afterwards. We were not all together. “So it took us some time to find a good balance in the team and we dropped some points because of that, missing players was certainly detrimental to our results.” Manager Arsene Wenger believes the test of just how far his Arsenal squad can go will come next season. The Gunners have been in superb form since the turn of the year, winning 17 from 21 matches with a quarter-final Champions League exit to Monaco the only real disappointing result. Wenger’s squad could yet end up second in the Barclays Premier League and secure a successful defence of the FA Cup with victory over Aston Villa at Wembley on May 30. It will be, though, how well Arsenal are able to kick off the new campaign in August which Wenger feels is to decide the direction of the team, having paid a heavy price for such a slow start in the title race this time around. “That is our challenge, to finish well and take that strength into the next season,” said Wenger, whose side are not in action until Monday night at Hull. “The start of the season is linked with belief as well. We can just strengthen the belief by finishing well.” Wenger believes Arsenal are in a better shape now than 12 months ago, but that much hard work still lies ahead. “I feel that we have made progress, so I look at it in a positive way because what you want from a team is to show during the season that you can grow together and become better,” he said. “We faced a big challenge because Chelsea didn’t drop their level in the title race, and they were more consistent from the start until the end, and that’s why we didn’t catch them up. “Overall, though, we feel we have made progress.” England forward Theo Walcott believes Arsenal could mount a sustained title challenge in 2015/2016 provided they can keep a clean bill of health. last_img read more

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England’s Gabriella wins British Open place

first_img England international Gabriella Cowley played her way into the Ricoh Women’s British Open, which starts on Thursday over the Old Course, St Andrews, after shooting four-under 68 at yesterday’s final qualifying. The 17-year-old from Brocket Hall (Image © Leaderboard Photography) was one of only two amateurs to make it through the final stage at Kingsbarns Golf Links, alongside Curtis Cup player Amy Boulden of Wales.   Meanwhile England’s Emily Taylor – a rookie professional on the Ladies European Tour – also qualified with a sparkling 66, which put her in second place. A total of 16 players qualified for the championship from a field of 90. Another England international, Lauren Taylor (Woburn), is keeping her fingers crossed for a place in the Open. She is the first reserve after taking part in a play-off, involving 12 competitors, for the final four places in the championship. All 12 players – also including England’s Bronte Law (Bramhall) and Hayley Davis (Ferndown) – had shot three-under 69 in regulation play. Gabriella will join two other England amateurs when she tees off in the championship.  British champion Georgia Hall (Remedy Oak) and British stroke play champion Sarah-Jane Boyd (Truro) were both exempt from qualifying. QUALIFIERS Par 72 65 Xiyu Lin (China). 66 E Taylor (Eng), M Jorgensen (Den). 67 S Michaels (US), M Silva (Spa). 68 A Boulden (Wal) (am), D Holmqvist (Swe), L Diaz (US), S Hassan (Wal), M Rigon (Ita), G Cowley (Eng) (am), D Carter (US). 69 (after play-off) C Booth (Sco), L Larsson (Swe), T Elosegui (Spa), C Lennarth (Swe). FAILED TO QUALIFY 69 (eliminated in 12-player play-off for last four places) 1st reserve L Taylor (Eng) (am), 2nd L Beck (Isr) (am), 3rd E Givens (Eng)  4th Mallory Fraiche (US), B Law (Eng) (am), H Davis (Eng) (am), M Hernandez (Spa),  C Koch (Swe) 70 P Pretswell (Sco), M Sagstrom (Swe) (am), K MacDonald (Sco), H Burke (Eng), C Chen (SAf), L Kane (Can), V Felibert (Vene), M H Lee (SKo), J Hedwall (Swe), R Goodall (Eng) (am), A Sharp (Can), M Hjorth (Swe), C Afonso (Fra) 71 C Herbin (Fra), K Lunn (Aus), L Johansson (Swe) (am), S L Bregman (SAf), M Prat (Spa), N Roessler (Ger) (am), N Hori (Jap), K Ekeu (US) 72 M Thomson (Sco), H Bowie-Young (US), A L Caudal (Fra), K Smith (Aus), V Laing (Sco). 73 J Klatten (Fra), D Luna (Ita), T Johns (Aus), S Croce (Ita), M Nagl (Ger), R Artis (Aus), H Aitchison (Eng), L Henriksson (Fin), V Derrey (Fra). 74 M Reid (Eng), K Pogacar (Slo), A Hewson (Eng) (am) V Valvassori (Ita), C Woods (US), A Peters (Eng) (am), K Matharu (Eng), M Grehan (US), V Schlasberg (Swe), L Shervill (Eng) 75 S Fuller (Eng) (am), L Hall (Wal), W Walker (Eng), J Song (US), C Wild (Eng),  A D Soderstrom (Swe) 76 B Brewerton (Wal), M MacLaren (Eng) (am) 77 R Lee Bentham (Can), H Fitzgerald (Swi), A Ratcliffe (Eng) (am), M Cappeliez (Fra) (am), S Madden (Eng) (am), R Wyn Thomas (Wal). 78 A Dimmock (Eng) (am), K Rule (Eng), F Liddell (Sco) (am). 79 M Ramos (Mex), M Matzler (Swi) 81 S Rodger (Eng). 82 N Tamminen (Fin). 30 Jul 2013 England’s Gabriella wins British Open place last_img read more

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