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Charles Warner | The Union Times Michelangelo once said “I am still learning,” an expression of his willingness to take advantage of the opportunities life provides for personal growth. It is a willingness we should all have as it means we understand that learning does not begin and end with the school day, but is a lifelong process that can enrich our lives if we will let it. We have to remain open to learning the lessons that each day can teach us through our personal observances of the world around us, our interactions with others, and our willingness to reflect on our lives, attitudes, and beliefs and gain new insight from them. If we do these things then learning and the personal growth that accompanies it will be a daily part of our lives and make every day a learning experience that will enhance and improve our lives and enable to more fully experience and enjoy the life we have been blessed with.


Saturday, Sept. 30

9 a.m.-Noon: Life Changing Ministry, 501 Hart Street, Union, will hold a Free Community Give-A-Way.

The items to be given away include clothing for men, women, and children as well as shoes and household items.

Special guests will include representatives of the Union Public Safety Department who will be providing information on fire safety and Teresa Pickens from the Bearden-Josey Breast Center who will be providing information on women’s health.

Pastor John F. Henderson and First Laurie.

Saturday, Sept. 30

9:30 a.m.: Pacolet River Association Quarterly Meeting will be held at Bethesda Baptist Church.

Rev. James Mason, Moderator.

Joyce Walker, President.

Sunday, Oct. 1

11 a.m.: Davidson Street Baptist Church, 400 Davidson Street, Clinton, will hold a Oneday Revival.

Monday, Oct. 2- Wednesday, Oct. 4

7 p.m.: Padgett Creek Baptist Church will hold our Fall Revival.

Pastor Danny Monroe will be bringing the message.

Please come and share this blessing with us.

We are located in Cross Keys at 843 Old Buncombe Road.

Saturday, Oct. 7-Sunday, Oct. 8

5 p.m. and 11:15 a.m.: The Bethesda Missionary Baptist Church Pastoral Ministry, Deacon Board, and Members cordially invite you to the 5th Pastoral Anniversary Celebration for our Pastor, Rev. Roderick Oglesby Sr., and First Lady Joyce Oglesby.

The Anniversary Banquet will be held Saturday, Oct. 7 at 5 p.m. at Pacolet River Baptist Association Center, Lovers Lane Road, Union.

The Rev. Michael Bridges, Pastor of Concor Baptist Church, Gaffney, will be the guest speaker and will be accompanied by his church family.

Tickets for this special occasion will be $15 for adults and $5 for children 10 and under.

Please call 864-426-2041 or see any Pastoral Ministry member, if you would like to purchase tickets.

The celebration continues on Sunday, Oct. 8 beginning at 11:15 a.m.

Evangelist Sidney Weaver of Cherryville, NC, will be guest speaker for this occasion.

We are thankful to God for sharing him with us and are excited about the direction we are heading in the up building of His Kingdom under the leadership of Pastor Oglesby. We are expecting a spirit filled event and an anointing from the Lord. Please come help show Pastor Oglesby how much we appreciate and love him.

If you cannot attend, we solicit your prayers that God will show up and show out.

Sunday, Oct. 15

11 a.m.: You are cordially invited to Friendship Baptist Church’s 2017 Women’s Day Celebration.

The theme is “The Spiritual Woman.”

The colors for the occasion are White & Royal Purple.

The special speakers will be Joycelyn Powe Eason — Senior Counsel for Wells Fargo Bank, Ashley Glenn Robinson — Academic Coordinator for the College of Charleston, and Elder Letitia Knuckles Jones — Operations Manager & Executive Assistant — Cornerstone Baptist Church.

The church is located at 250 Morning Drive, Spartanburg, SC.

The Reverend Michael A. Glenn is Pastor.

Charles Warner | The Union Times Michelangelo once said “I am still learning,” an expression of his willingness to take advantage of the opportunities life provides for personal growth. It is a willingness we should all have as it means we understand that learning does not begin and end with the school day, but is a lifelong process that can enrich our lives if we will let it. We have to remain open to learning the lessons that each day can teach us through our personal observances of the world around us, our interactions with others, and our willingness to reflect on our lives, attitudes, and beliefs and gain new insight from them. If we do these things then learning and the personal growth that accompanies it will be a daily part of our lives and make every day a learning experience that will enhance and improve our lives and enable to more fully experience and enjoy the life we have been blessed with.
http://www.uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/web1_IMG_1783.jpgCharles Warner | The Union Times Michelangelo once said “I am still learning,” an expression of his willingness to take advantage of the opportunities life provides for personal growth. It is a willingness we should all have as it means we understand that learning does not begin and end with the school day, but is a lifelong process that can enrich our lives if we will let it. We have to remain open to learning the lessons that each day can teach us through our personal observances of the world around us, our interactions with others, and our willingness to reflect on our lives, attitudes, and beliefs and gain new insight from them. If we do these things then learning and the personal growth that accompanies it will be a daily part of our lives and make every day a learning experience that will enhance and improve our lives and enable to more fully experience and enjoy the life we have been blessed with.
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