We cut ourselves off from the Power Source because of doubt.– from Morning Bible Study, Bishop Theresa Snorton, 5th District
Nobody rises to low expectations.– Bishop Theresa Snorton, September 30, 2011, Morning Bible Study
[God] we don’t want to keep you privatized and in a box. Let us receive...– Dr. Leo Pinkett, General Secretary, Ministry to Men during the prayer for the Awards Gala.
We are not called to be the SUGAR of the Earth, we’re called to be the...– Dr. Love H Whechlel, September 29, 2011, Mid-Day Worship, CME Convocation,
If your mission is clear, it will outlive you…transcend time.– Bishop Theresa Snorton, September 29, 2011, Bible Study, 25th Annual CME Convocation
Reflections on Morning Bible Study Part 2
On Thursday, September 29, 2011, Bishop Theresa Snorton presented a continuation of Wednesday’s Lesson. It was tight but right in Bible Study that morning! Bishop Snorton stressed that “‘Reaching the Masses’ means engaging the masses we already have.” She continued by reiterating “Commitment to the mission”. She mentioned that in addition to ...
You can not be essential if you are not alive.– Rev. Charley Hames, Jr, Bebee Memorial Cathedral CME Church, from “Reaching the Masses: Urban Ministries”
Stay in your lane. Celebrate other people’s gifts.– from Morning Bible Study, Bishop Theresa Snorton, 5th District
Notes from Bishop Reddick's Sermon
On Tuesday, September 27, 2011, for his keynote, Bishop L. L. Reddick preached on the subject of “It Can Happen Here, Even Again” using the scripture from Acts 6:7. He opened his sermon focusing on his wife’s entrepreneurship particularly in promoting her product. Bishop Reddick shared five things the CME church can learn from Mary Kay Consultants: 1. They believe in their...
Poverty does not just reflect the change in our pocket.– Rev. Dr. Luther Smith, September 27, 2011, in his greetings.
Everyone that holds a position is not a leader. Leadership can be an inside...– Rev. Matthew Wesley Williams, September 27, 2011, Presiding Elders’ In-Service Training Institute
Welcome to Atlanta!
The CME Convocation is officially starting tomorrow, Tuesday, September 27 with the Keynote address at 7:00pm delivered by Bishop Lawrence Reddick. A few pre-conference photos will follow.