Bible prophecy seminar continues through February
"The Chronicles of Prophecy," a Bible prophecy seminar featuring Amazing Facts speaker Dakota Day, is being offered in Hot Springs through Feb. 1.
Day, a radio speaker and minister of the Gospel, has presented prophecy seminars throughout the country.
"The seminar will feature stunning prophetic truths of peace and love from the Bible that offer assurance for these troubled times. Day's insightful and Spirit-filled presentations on prophecy and practical Christianity are inspiring and engaging," a news release stated. Two of his beginning meetings will include "Earth's Final Hour" and "Revelation's Rapture."
The meetings are being held in the Hot Springs Adventist Church auditorium, 401 Weston Road, and will continue Saturday, Sunday, Thursday and Friday evenings through Feb. 1, beginning at 5:30 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays and at 6:30 p.m. on Thursdays and Fridays. A children's program will also be offered each evening.
Admission is free and prizes will be given out. There will be a free DVD gift presentation, "The Final Events of Bible Prophecy," for all those who attend the first seven meetings, while supplies last. Preregistration is not required, and everyone is welcome.
Union Missionary Baptist to install deacons, trustees
Union Missionary Baptist Church, 219 Gulpha St., will officially install the following two deacons and two trustees at 6 p.m. Sunday with Moderator Donald R. Crossley in charge:
• Deacon Fred Barnes -- Born in New Hebron, Miss., Barnes has been employed with Seven Sons Environmental Services for more than 24 years and has been assigned to Hot Springs for the past six months. He was ordained a deacon at Shady Grove Missionary Baptist Church in Silver Creek, Miss., in October 2017. He has been married to Tanya Barnes for more than 33 years and is the father of one son, Christopher A. Barnes, and a daughter, Dominique Michelle Barnes, who passed away. "He has joined Union under 'Watch Care' and came highly recommended from his home church. His purpose for the Deacon's Ministry is to share from the loss of his daughter and personal experiences to help others know the love of Christ in difficult situations," a news release said.
• Brother Lonell Lenox Sr. -- Born in Prescott, Lenox has been a resident of Hot Springs for about 55 years and retired from Elite Express Trucking Co. in 2017. Has been a member of Union for two years but a supporter for over 40. He currently serves in the culinary and transportation ministries. He has been married to Minnie Lenox for more than 46 years, and is the father of Lonell "Dino" Lenox Jr., Ronald, Eric, Melody, and grandfather to six grandchildren. His purpose for the Trustee Ministry is to continue to work for the progress of the church. "I am pleased with what I see and know and wish to help make it better."
• Deacon Andre Wesley -- Born in Sparkman, Wesley retired from the Union Pacific Railroad Co. over eight years ago. He was ordained as a deacon at the Greater Second Baptist Church in Little Rock over 15 years ago. He married Judy Denton Wesley on Feb. 5, 2018, and is father to six children total from this marriage: Ricky, Monica, Demetria, Natalie, Andrea and Rodney. His purpose for the Deacons Ministry is to continue to be a beacon of light and hope in the Sunday school, Male Chorus, and through the Sick and Shut In Ministry.
• Brother Edward Williams -- Born in Denton, Texas, Williams moved to Hot Springs in 2008. Employed with Alliance Rubber for six years, he joined Union in 2008 and has been active in the male choir, audio video ministry, Sunday school, and been "an all around handy man" for the church. He has been married to Nickki Williams for 20 years and is a father to seven children: Nicholas, Tori, Taelor, Travaris, Kanaan, Javis and Kaleb, and a grandfather to seven. His purpose for the Trustee Ministry is to help Union be a church of expediency in taking care of the church affairs.
The Rev. DeSean Horne of Reno, Nev., will be the morning speaker at 11 a.m.
Religion on 01/12/2019
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