We regret to announce the passing of Mrs. Bettye Jean Cavil. Mrs. Cavil, age 85 of Antioch went to sleep in Jesus Thursday, October 19, 2017 at TriStar Stone Crest Medical Center. Mrs Cavil is mother of Mari-edi Gardner who is one of our Head teachers. Ms. Gardner serves at the E.E. Rogers School in Jackson, MS. Mrs Cavil is also the mother of Rena Majors of Hillcrest, Nashville, TN Visitation with the Family 3:00 - 4:00 p.m.Sunday, October 29, 2017 Hillcrest Seventh-Day Adventist Church 2010 25th Ave N Nashville, TN 37208 Funeral: Celebration of Life 4:00 p.m.Sunday, October 29, 2017 Hillcrest Seventh-Day Adventist Church 2010 25th Ave Nashville, TN 37208 New Generation Funeral Home 2930 Murfreesboro Pike Antioch, Tennessee 37013 (615) 365-7105 Click Here to sign Guestbook Click Here for SCC Facebook Comments
“A summer of service – to our youth and our community” By: Tiffney Gipson During any given summer, you can find the members of the Magazine St. Temple SDA Church hosting at least two activities, Vacation Bible School in mid-July and an annual Community Fest in mid-August. However, this summer Magazine decided to try something different. With the full support of Pastor Kennedy C. Luckett and the congregation, the Adventist Youth Ministries (AYM) Department in partnership with Magazine’s Youth Ministers decided to dedicate this summer to service. Service, not just directed toward the young people of Magazine but also for the youth and families in the surrounding community. Magazine St. Temple SDA Church is located on the corner of 1942 Magazine St. in Louisville, KY. The church is part of the Russell Neighborhood which is a sect of Louisville’s west-end. It is no secret to the residents of Louisville that there is a negative connotation associated with this area. Positive happenings and uplifting stories seem few and far between while negatives like crime and violence seem to be on the rise. In fact, it was in late May of this year that a 6-year-old boy lost his life due to a stray bullet coming through the window of his home just mere blocks away from the Magazine St. Church. It is this type of senseless violence that rocked the city and seemed to ignite the flame for the church to be more of a presence in the Russell Neighborhood. How can the church get involved? How can Magazine make a difference in this community? Led by Jermaine Bentley and assisted by co-leaders Judith Bentley, Kadia Turner, and Brittney Washington, the AYM Department seemed to have [...]
1303 Evangel Drive ∙ Huntsville, Alabama 35816 (256) 852-8360 ∙ www.firstsdachurch.com First SDA Church Celebrates 80 Years of Existence During Homecoming Weekend 2017 Public invited to attend October 27 – 28 Huntsville, AL – First SDA Church is celebrating 80 years of existence in Huntsville, Alabama with a Homecoming weekend October 27 - 28. The theme for the occasion is “80 Years…Still Standing on God’s Promises”. Homecoming 2017 weekend events are open to the public and begin with “Hymns at Sunset” Friday evening, October 27 at 6:30 p.m. The sing-along will include favorite hymns and music from years gone by; under the direction of Cleveland “Murphy” Wilson. The guest speaker is Pastor Nelson Stokes of Nashville, TN. Following “Hymns at Sunset” will be a Meet and Greet in the fellowship hall for existing members, returning members, former members and guest. Sabbath morning, October 28, First Church resumes the celebration with a mini concert at 9:00 a.m. The concert will feature the music of Eleanor Wright. Following the concert will be an old fashion Sabbath School program featuring a rousing song service and a combined interactive Lesson Study. To close the Sabbath School Service, First Church welcomes former pastors, E.E. Rogers, Sherman Cox, Hector Mouzon, S.J. Jackson, Harold Kibble and Benjamin Jones on a panel facilitated by Senior Pastor, Debleaire Snell. Pastor Snell will also be the speaker for the Divine Worship service at 11:30 a.m. Homecoming 2017 Weekend will culminate Saturday night with a banquet at the Jackson Center, 6001 Moquin Dr. NW, Huntsville, AL 35806. A Meet and Greet is at 6:15 p.m. Doors open at 6:45 p.m. and the banquet begins at 7:00 p.m. The banquet is slated to be a fun event as guest are encouraged to dress semi-formal in clothing [...]
Dr. Lloyda Broomes Williamson (Hillcrest SDA Church-Nashville, TN) presented her father, Dr. L. Rudy Broomes (Berean SDA Church-Atlanta, GA), with the Meharry Alcohol and Drug Abuse Founder Award. Two Generations of Psychiatrists Address Opioid Addiction Across the United States there is a current crisis involving addiction to opiate medications. These substances can lead to severe social consequences for individuals and their families as well as lead to death through overdose. Since 1972, Meharry Medical College has provided treatment services to individuals with various substance use disorders, including opiate use disorders. On April 27, 2017, the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Meharry held its 8th Annual Lloyd C. Elam Symposium, which called attention to the opioid crisis. During that conference L. Rudy Broomes, M.D., received the Meharry Alcohol and Drug Abuse Founder Award. Dr. Broomes obtained his M.D. degree from Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, California. Dr. Broomes is the father of Lloyda Broomes Williamson, M.D., current Chair of the Department of Psychiatry at Meharry. Dr. Broomes founded and directed the Meharry Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program. During his employment at Meharry, he served as Clinical Director and Vice Chair at Meharry. Dr. Williamson obtained her M.D. degree from Meharry Medical College. Both Dr. Broomes and Dr. Williamson obtained their Bachelors’ Degrees from Oakwood College, now known as Oakwood University. During his remarks Dr. Broomes had advice for trainees in attendance. "Listen to your patients, swallow your pride, because in their comments may be the answers you are looking for." Throughout their careers both Dr. Broomes and Dr. Williamson have been blessed with multiple opportunities to serve educators at academic institutions, health care centers, churches, and communities to increase awareness about subjects in mental health. During the [...]
Funeral service will be 2:00 p.m., Friday, October 20, 2017 at the First Seventh-day Adventist Church (1303 Evangel Drive NW, Huntsville, AL 35816) with Elder Debleaire K. Snell officiating. Interment will be in Oakwood Memorial Gardens. Mrs. Bethea will lie in repose one hour prior to funeral time. Public viewing will be held from 12:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m., Thursday, October 19, 2017 and 8:30 a.m. until 12:00 p.m., Friday, October 20, 2017 at the Royal Funeral Home. Sign Funeral Home online Guestbook click here Mother Julia Bethea reached an amazing milestone as a Super Centenarian on July, 25 celebrating her 110th birthday! And now the Lord of heaven has decided that she should take an earthly nap, awaiting the resurrection. She is the Grandmother of Curtis [Paula] Eakins, South Central Health Ministries director. When more details are available we will share. Please keep the family in prayer as they plan her celebration of a wonderful life. Elder Michael Anthony Harpe, Director Communication Department email@example.com 615-226-6500, Ext. 128 Office 205-541-3887 Cell Ellowyn Bell, Departmental Secretary firstname.lastname@example.org 615.226.6500 ext. 139 Fax: 615.227.6168 South Central Conference of Seventh-day Adventists 715 Youngs Lane, Nashville TN 37207 Mon-Thurs ~ 7:30 am - 6:00 pm "Now unto him that is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that worketh in us, Unto him [be] glory in the church by Christ Jesus throughout all ages, world without end. Amen." (Ephesians 3:20-21).
Mrs. Armatha King Sunrise: April 6, 1936 - Sunset: October 10, 2017 Mrs. Armatha King is the Mother of Ministerial Spouse Jo Ann [King] Bushner (wife of Dr. Rupert Bushner, Pastor, Mt. Calvary, Huntsville AL), and Brenda King and Dwain King. She went to sleep in the Lord Tuesday Morning October 10, 2017 in Huntsville, Alabama. Please continue to pray for the family. Viewing The King family will receive guests from 6:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m., Thursday, October 19, 2017, at the Royal Chapel of Memories. Royal Funeral Home 4315 Oakwood Avenue, NW Huntsville, Alabama 35810 (256) 534-8481 Funeral Service Friday, October 20, 2017, 11:00 AM Mt. Calvary SDA Church 1201 Meadow Drive Huntsville, Alabama 35814 Mrs. King will lie in repose one hour prior to funeral time. Interment Oakwood Memorial Gardens. Wynn Dr NW near Adventist Blvd, Huntsville, AL 35806 Sign the Funeral Home online guestbook click here Leave a comment click here for SCC Facebook Page Elder Michael Anthony Harpe, Director Communication Department email@example.com 615-226-6500, Ext. 128 Office 205-541-3887 Cell Ellowyn Bell, Departmental Secretary firstname.lastname@example.org 615.226.6500 ext. 139 Fax: 615.227.6168 “Now unto him that is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that worketh in us, Unto him [be] glory in the church by Christ Jesus throughout all ages, world without end. Amen.” (Ephesians 3:20-21).
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The Breath Conference 2017, Pulaski TN, recognized it's graduates from the bible study series for adults and the "Fearless Bible Investigators" (FBI) children/teen Bible Study series. Philadelphia's Breath conference celebrated the first Baptism of the series (Patty McIntyre-rear & Angie Curtis-front [white robes]) and the next one coming soon. Pastor and Sister Harpe rear.
(L-R) Maryse Hilaire, William Drake, Renata Drake, Nesline Damas, Martha Chapple, Lucious Brown, Albert Blake, Mandy Andrews, Dr. Lydia Andrews (Class of 2015), Bill Daniels, Louise Daniels, Oakwood SDA Church Senior Pastor, Dr. Carlton Byrd, Mabel Hoyte, Cheryl Jones, Edwina Lee, Carrie Logan, Audrey McGriff, Dr. Princess Humphrey, MD, Lydia Simmons, Celeste Walker. The Graduation of the Gospel Medical Missionary Movement Training Class of 2017 The Seventh-day Adventist Gospel Medical Missionary Movement of the Tennessee Valley (GMMMTV) has been active since 2005. It began in 2003 when Wildwood Health Evangelism School graduate Jim Ayodo, accompanied by Wildwood MD’s. Ervin Davis and Scott Grivas, started training classes at the New Life SDA Church in Huntsville when Harold Goodloe was the pastor. Graduates of that class coalesced to form the nucleus of what is now the SDA Gospel Medical Missionary Movement of Greater Huntsville. GMMMTV consists of health ministry leaders, health professionals, lay pastors, ordained elders, and others who desire to see the Lord’s closing work done and to hasten His return. The group’s main goal is to advance the cause of gospel medical missionary work in cooperation with duly ordained gospel ministers, in accordance with the prophetic writings of Ellen White (see, for example, Counsels on Health, pp. 557,558). In this spirit of cooperation, the GMMMTV has, in cooperation with Oakwood, Southern, and Andrews Universities, co-sponsored medical missionary conventions at each of these schools. In the same spirit of cooperation, we want to revive this important and oft-neglected work. We would like to see the youth, the older members, the ministers, in fact every member to embrace this work, according to the Spirit of Prophecy (Testimonies, Volume 7, p. 62). GMMMTV has trained gospel medical missionaries [...]