Are your kids driving you up the wall? Are you looking at your children and wondering what is wrong with this kid? They won’t listen, can’t be still, and can’t concentrate for more than a second, and it’s impossible to get homework done! You say Johnny won’t behave, and his grades are not what you expect. Annie’s running around and … Continue reading “Are Your Kids Eating the Right Foods?”
“How much longer can she stay at home alone?” This is the question that many families ask during family gatherings during the holiday season. Anyone with concerns about dementia causing illnesses is invited to attend an Alzheimer’s Association support group to meet others with similar concerns. One group meets the first Monday of each month from 10:30-12:00 noon at Skidaway … Continue reading ““How Much Longer Can She Stay at Home Alone?””
Savannah State University will observe “World AIDS Day” featuring performances by Macon rapper Todd “Sixx Nine” Williams, HIV/AIDS testing and a candlelight vigil on December 1. The shows will start at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. in the ballroom of the King- Frazier Student Center, with the vigil following the evening performance at SSU’s Alexis Circle. HIV testing will be … Continue reading “SSU to Observe World AIDS Day”
Painful Joints: An “Unspoken” Barrier To Combating Chronic Health Conditions For African- Americans (WARSAW, IN) – The statistics are alarming: • Almost four million African-Americans have diabetes. • One in four African- American women over 55 years of age are diabetic . • There is an estimate that 80% of black women and 60% of black men are overweight or … Continue reading “November is National Diabetes Month”
A Word from the President: A call to all baptist ministers, please come and join us every 1st, 2nd, 4th, and 5th Tuesday at 12:00 Noon at Connors Temple Baptist Church, located on the SE corner of M.L.K. and Gwinette St. You are missed and needed. You will be blessed with soul stirring preaching, teaching, and fellowship to feed your … Continue reading “Savannah Baptist Ministers’ Union Anointed Corner”
On Saturday, November 29, 2008, the Laymen of Tremont Temple are hosting their Annual Laymen’s Banquet at the Savannah Civic Center at 7:00 p.m. A heartfelt invitation is extended to members of all local churches to join us. The Guest Speaker for the evening is Brother James Dean, President of the General Missionary Baptist Convention Laymen’s Auxiliary. Bro. Dean comes … Continue reading “Laymen of Tremont Temple Hosting Annual Banquet”
The Harvest is plentiful. Come and labor with us at Beulah Baptist Church, 619 East Anderson St., Nov. 30, 2008 at 11:15 am. Anthony Edwards, Pastor.
Rev. & Sis. James Hardy celebrates 18th Pastoral Anniversary on Sunday December 7, 2008 at 4:00 pm. Rev. Roger Green and First New Light Baptist Church is in charge of service. The public is invited to share in this joyous occasion.
Rev. Cheryl Parris and St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church, 1401 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd, warmly invites you to their weekly worship services on December 7, 2008 at 8:00 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. The Honorable Van R. Johnson, II, Vice Chairman of the Savannah, GA City Council and the Alderman for Savannah’s First District will be speaking. Alderman Johnson is well-known … Continue reading “Alderman Johnson to Speak at St. Matthew’s Episcopal”
The officers and members of Bethel Missionary Baptist Church, 5863 Ogeechee Rd (Hwy 17 South), Reverend Jerome William Baker, Pastor, are Happy to announce the 1st pastoral Anniversary of Pastor Jerome William Baker and First Lady Cleo L. Baker. We are delighted to have this anointed man of God as our Pastor. The celebration begins as follows: Wednesday, December 3, … Continue reading “Bethel Missionary Baptist Celebrates 1st Pastoral Anniversary”