San Antonio Register (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 61, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 13, 1992 Page: 11 of 14
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The San Antonio Register
Ushers award $500 scholarship
Ammy E. Gaines, a member of Antioch Baptist Church and a junior at
Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos, was awarded a $500
scholarship by the Citywide Interdenominational Church Ushers. She is
an accounting major. Show with her are Aaron Weeks, educational
chairman, and Lula Mae Hancock, president of the Citywide Ushers.
Photo by the Rambler
Peaceful Rest Baptist
Church Is Spirited filled
Rev. J. C. Singleton
Peaceful Rest Baptist Church, 222
Ardmore, Rev. J. C. Singleton pas-
tor, Aug. 16, Rev. R. L. Smith, Rev.
Sis. FannieStowers,assistants, Sun-
day School, 10:45 a.m., worship,
11:45 a.m. Rev. Singleton, members
want tp thank Rey. W. C. Hudson,
Sis. HudSoft, gucstSpcakcr, Sunday,
Aug. 9, Rev Hudson taught Sunday
School, Set priorities. ITimolhy 6-
6, 14-17-21. Rev. Hudson sermon I
Corinthians, 10-31-33, Do all for
God's glory. Solo So Glad I Got My
Religion, This Little Light of Mine,
Sis. Wallace, Aug. 16, Unity Baptist
Church, Rev. R. Nelson, annual Day,
3 p.m. Seguin, Texas, guest speaker,
Rev. Singleton, choir, congregation,
pastor, New Birth Baptist Church,
Kingsbury, Texas, 436-2373.
observes Men and
East St. Matthew Baptist Church,
614 Yucca, will observe its Men and
Women Day, Sunday, August 16 at
11 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.
The morning speaker will be Sis.
Almetto Scott, Antioch Baptist
Church. The guest soloist will be
Sis. Erma Grimes, West End Baptist
The 3:30 p.m. speaker will be Rev.
' Andrew Wilson, pastor of Shiloh
Baptist Church, choir, ushers, church
chairman, Bro. C. Vaughn and John
Burton. The public is invited.
Sis. Nancy ,B. Christopher,
chairlady and Sis. Glady Burton, co
chairlady. Rev. L. J. Nious, pastor.
Theme: Christian Brothers-Sisters
one in the spirit defining, motivating
Zion Star Baptist to
host Prayer Breakfast
A Prayer Breakfast will be pre-
sented by Zion Star Missionary Bap-
tist Church, August 15, at 8 a.m.
The speaker will be Dr. O. L.
The subject, "How to Pray." Dona-
tion is $5. The church is located at
834 Virginia. The public is invited.
The*Rev. Patricia Spearman-
Bsewington will preach the summer
revival at Bethel United Methodist
Church, August 23-26.
Rev. Spearman-Brewington, pastor
of Jackson Chapel United Methodist
Church in San Marcos, will speak on
the theme, "Jesus: A Savior in Your
Time of Trouble".
'' A graduate of Norfolk State
University, Norfolk, Va., with a B.
A. in Political Science Education,
she has been a minister for 30 years
and has been named one of the
Outstanding Women in America for
two consecutive years.
She is married to Rev. Donald
Brewington, and is active in her
community on a number of boards
A number of San Antonio's finest
choirs will join with the choirs of
Bethel iif providing music each
evening, and Wednesday night, Aug.
26, is Youth Night.
Sis. Alder Marie Dunn is
Chairperson for Evangelism at
Bethel, pastored by Rev. Hector J.
be held Monday at 5 p.m. at Mt. Rose!
Baptist Church, 1522 Rivas. Rev.
Myron Jackson is pastor. All mem-
bers are urged to attend.
Mrs. Irene McClure, pastor
Great Chefs to
cook for you
As part of the '92 Men and
Women's Day event, Second Baptist
Church will sponsor a "Foodfcst92"
on the church courtyard, Aug. 15
from 7 to 9 p.m.
The event will feature great chefs
and entertainment. There will be
chefs from Second Baptist as well as
guest chefs. Come and sample some
Donation is S2 for children and S5
fro adults. For more information Call
Texas' best gospel
coming to Alamo
Texas' best gospel groups will be
featured at the Alamo Branch
YMCA's first Annual Texas Gospel
Festival August 28-29 at Pittman-
The two day gospel music fest will
be accompanied by food booths,
games, and carnival rides. Gates
open at 6 p. m. on august 28, with the
event ending at 11 p. m. The event
will run from 12 noon until 11 p .m.
on August 29.
'This is an event for the entire
family," said Charles Shannon,
Executive Director of the East Side
YMCA. "We invite everyone to
come out and support Texas' best
For information regarding food
booths, contact Shannon at 532-0932.
Good Advertising Pays
Advertising in the
Career: Coast Guard
Academy seeking cadets
for Class of 97
Individuals who areatleast2l years
of age, in good health, and able to
stand for an hours' time in all kinds
of weather have an opportunity to
become partof San Antonio's Mama
The San AntonioPolice Department
is now accepting applications for
school crossing guards in both regular
and alternate positions'
New guards are paid 55.11 per 1
and average two hours a day.
city furnishes uniforms.
Call 299-7393 for more
This is the Day which the Lord hath
made, we will rejoice and be glad in
The Bible says, "If ye abide in me,
and my words abide in you, ye shall
ask what ye will, and it shall be done
unto you." John 15:7.
That word "abide" is so important
when Jesus told us to obey His com-
mandment and keep His word. He
wasn't just telling us to follow a
bunch of religious rules and regula-
He was telling us to allow His word
which is a living thing to make its
home within us. He was telling us to
spend time with it, to meditate on it,
to fill our minds and our mouth with
it, and to let it guide our every action.
The Apostle Paul put it. this way,
Let the word of Christ dwell in you
richly (Col. 3:16) Most believers
don't have any idea what that means.
That's one of the reasons they're so
short on power.
Many times, I've been in desperate
situations, wondering what I was
going to do when suddenly I'd hear a
scripture down on the side of me.
Suddenly, I'd know exactly what
the answer to my situation was. I'd
be delivered by the word of God that
was dwelling in me.
So, invite the Holy Spirit to go to
work on your behalf. Just keep tell-
ing Him whatever you bring to my
remembrance from the word is ex-
actly what I'm going to act on.
.Make a quality decision today to
abide in His word.
Thank God for Jesus
M. E. Nance
Monthly meeting of
City Wide Missionary
The regular monthly meeting of the
City Wide Missionary Council will
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Sometimes They Need to Hear More
Than "I'll Pray for You"
Today's Christians arc challenged to deal with
problems that require action as well as prayer.
Problems like Drug Abuse.
The War on Drugs Needs the Christian Army.
Be Ready to F^ht. Enroll in Guadalupe Baptist
Theological Seminary's Drug Abuse Counseling
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Call 554-9931,533-4383, or 532-6218
for FREE Brochure
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Educating Christians in God's Word
•Open to Pastor, Ministers, and Lay People
Rev. H. E. Morris, Sr.
Morning Worship 11:00 A. M.
Weekly MeetingWed. 7 P.M.
Church School 9:30 A. M.
Go preach the gospel, and Io
I'll be with you.
The United States Coast Guard is
now accepting applications for the
Class of 1997.
Candidates must participate in either
the College Board Scholastic
Aptitude Test(S AT)orthe American
College Testing Assessment (ACT)
before the end of December of this
year. Applications must be submitted
prior to December 15.
Appointments as a Cadet are
tendered based on the candidate's
high school record, performance on
either the SAT or ACT and leadership
potential. Most successful candidates
rank in the top 25% of their high
school class and are proficient in
both math and science.
Coast Guard Cadets receive pay
and allowances to fulfill their
ordinary living expenses, and
graduates are commissioned as
Ensigns in the United States Coast
To obtain an application, write to
the Director of Admissions, U. S.
Coast Guard Academy, 15 Mohegan
Avenue, New London, CT., 06320
or call (203) 444-8503
"Thy Word is a Lamp and a Light"
Greater Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church
401 Gravel Street Seguin, Texas
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* A Church Where Love Is Put Into Action
Sunday School 0:30 A. M.
, Morning Worship 11:00 A. M.
Prayer Meeting & Mission 5P.M.
Church Phone: 379-6632 Home (San Antonio): 333-9398
Transportation is available. Call 333-9398 in San Antonio. 379-6632 in Seguin.
Pastor George E. Brown
Fun & Learning
Open 6 A.M.-6 P.1VJ.
at 2711 East Commerce
at Grimes-1 block cast
oriAfci ers...just a couple of
blocks from St. Philips
College, on the Bus Slop,
convenient to Downtown
Sadie Matlock, Director
Degreed with 25 years
Mature, Trained Staff
Nutritious Hot Meals and Snacks
Parents Welcome Anytime
Program : Excellent Kinder and Pre-School
Curriculum; Exceptional Small Classes, Swimming
Lessons, Piano Lessons, Field Trips,
Special Program for School Age Children
Call 226-5674 or stop ay for more information
Rev. Johnnie Guyton
4638 East Houston St.
|San Antonio, Texas 78220
'Church School 9:30 A.M.
Morning Worship. .11:00 A.M.
Evening Worship .. 7:00 P.M.
Prayer Meeting ... 6:30 P.M.
.Teachers Meeting 7:30 P.M.
Bible Study 7:00 P.M.
Rev. Kenneth W. Mclntyre
4802 Billy Dr.
Rev. Kenneth Mclntyre
Church School - 9:30 a.m.
Worship Service - 10:45
"The Church where Love
^is put in Action"
Office Hours-Mon. Wed. Fri.
8:30am • 3:30pm 661-7863
R.D. (Woody) Woodard
Mortician and Insurance Agent
130 N. Cherry Street
430 N. Cherry Street
Lou Nell Sutton
R. D. (Woody) Woodard
Resurrection Baptist Church
Cordially Invites You to Worship with Us
Family Church School: 9:15 A.M.
Morning Worship & Praise 10:45 A. M.
Sacrificial Renewal Service 7-8:15 P.M.
The church is located at 1-35 North off FM 1518
exit (Gilman Honda). Our address is 909 FM
1518,Schertz,Texas 78154-0152. Thepublicis
invited to share in a wonderful worshipexperience
where God is glorified, Jesus is magnified, and the
Spirit satisfies. Church phone: 512-658-0459
Ray D. Brown, Sr.,
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Glosson, Edwin. San Antonio Register (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 61, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 13, 1992, newspaper, August 13, 1992; San Antonio, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth399664/m1/11/?q=Spearman: accessed October 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections.