Mary Crosslin | Local Events Columnist
We had great weather for the Easter weekend, and great fellowship in the White Cliff community church, We shared a light lunch and dismissed.
Lela James daughter, Amber visited her in the nursing facility and shared lunch together on Sunday. She was so excited that she came, since she was not able to get to church. God always surprises us when the plans we have don’t work out.
The women of Mount Zion met Monday evening at the home of Ms. Crosslin, for a health seminar. Sister Bertha German was the vacillator. We want to maximize all the health benefits information to keep the seniors healthy and moving. She talked to us about something’s we can do to help ourselves stay healthy and get the most out of life. We closed with a prayer.
BLACK WOMEN IN HISTORY THAT YOUNG PEOPLE SHOULD KNOW.
Michelle Obama is the 44th First Lady of the United States and the wife of the president Baraka Obama. Prior to this role as First Lady she was a lawyer, Chicago City administrator and Community – outreach work. Her focus as first lady have been on children eating healthy and the American Veterans receiving good health care as they return home from deployment. (1-17-1964).
Rosa Park’s 1913-2005, is the brave seamstress who on December 1, 1955 would not give up her seat on the city bus to a white passenger in Montgomery, Alabama. Her courage helped end segregation in the South and set the modern Civil Rights Movements in motion.
Daisy Bates (1914-1999). Daisy Bates was a pivotal Civil Rights activist and the guide, mentor and advisor for the Little Rock Nine. She was also the president of the state of Arkansas’s NAACP chapter and helped her husband run weekly news the, Ark. State Press, which chronicled the ongoing battle for Civil Right in Ark. during the 1950. Just thought you should know. What will you do?
I guess the action of the week, is that I had another fall. No broken bones, just spirit. Pray for all our sick and shut-ins. Prayers for the people that suffered the bombing and the safety of the USA.
CHRISTIAN REFRESHER; MARK 15; 34, 37, 39
AND at the ninth hour Jesus cried with a loud voice saying, Eliot, Eliot, lamasabachthani? Which is being interpreted, My God, my God, why hast thy forsaken me? (37) And Jesus cried with a loud voice, and gave up the ghost.(39) And when the centurion, which stood over against him, saw that he so cried out, and gave up the ghost, he said, Truly this man was the Son of God.
LOVE IS THE KEY!