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ISSUE 11, March <strong>2023</strong><br />



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r e s e r v e d . N o p a r t o f t h i s m a g a z i n e m a y b e r e p r o d u c e d o r t r a n s m i t t e d i n a n y f o r m o r b y<br />

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p e r m i s s i o n f r o m t h e p u b l i s h e r o f N J R D i g i t a l . P a r t s o f t h i s m a g a z i n e r e a d ‘ l i v e ’ o n t h e<br />

a i r i s a l l o w e d w i t h o u t p r i o r w r i t t e n p e r m i s s i o n b y n o t i n g t h e s o u r c e o f i n f o r m a t i o n .

EDITOR'S<br />

LETTER<br />


love is not a passing sentiment; it is who<br />

"ACCOMMODATING- willing to fit in with<br />

God is. Love is not something that comes<br />

someone's wishes or needs<br />

and goes; it is who God is. God is love. It is<br />

His essential nature. God cannot be<br />

People have lots of questions about God<br />

unloving, because He is love.<br />

—what is He like? And the best way to<br />

answer those is to look at Jesus. Jesus<br />

Then John applies it to us. Because God is<br />

said, “If you have seen me, you have seen<br />

love, we’re to love one another. “Whoever<br />

the Father.” The God I wish you knew is<br />

does not love does not know God,<br />

the God that Jesus revealed. This God is<br />

because God is love.<br />

Father, He is good and generous, He is<br />

trustworthy and just. And the God I wish<br />


you knew is love. (I’m going to take some<br />

extra time on the introduction.)<br />

“God is love.” Who said that? The apostle<br />

John. In the very back of your New<br />

Testament are three short letters from<br />

John: 1, 2, 3 John. In 1 John, he writes:<br />

1 John 4:7–8 Dear friends, let us love one<br />

another, for love comes from God.<br />

Everyone who loves has been born of<br />

God and knows God. 8 Whoever does not<br />

love does not know God, because God is<br />

love.<br />

God is love. This is a remarkable<br />

statement. John is saying that for God :<br />

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Reflections from<br />

Mayberry<br />

Only a few more days until the first day<br />

of Spring. Living on a farm all of life, I<br />

always loved it when the warm winds of<br />

Spring would arrive here in the foothills<br />

of the Blue Ridge Mountains. My Mom<br />

and I would begin to sew seeds in small<br />

containers to transplant later into the<br />

garden. I loved tending to them every<br />

day and watching them grow. As I grew<br />

older, I would hear my sweet Daddy<br />

preach many sermons on planting and<br />

sowing seeds. Throughout the Bible,<br />

many scriptures speak of Christians<br />

planting seeds. As a Christian we are<br />

commanded to sow seeds. It is an act of<br />

faith, hope, love, and sacrifice. Please<br />

take time and read the scriptures below<br />

about planting and sowing. The seeds we<br />

palnt today will grow and bless others<br />

tomorrow.<br />

1. 2 Corinthians 9:6<br />

2. Galatians 6:7<br />

3. Ecclesiastes 11:6<br />

4. Luke 6:38<br />

5. Mark 4:26-29<br />

6. Proverbs 11:24-25<br />

7. Genesis 26:12<br />

8. Genesis 8:22<br />

9 John 12:24<br />

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Editors Letter Continued<br />

I recently read a story Pastor Jeff Gannon<br />

shared:<br />

One day, the phone rang in my office. A<br />

young woman said, “I have just one<br />

question: may I come to your church?”<br />

Jeff was stunned. “Of course you can! Why<br />

would you feel like you need to ask?”<br />

“Let me tell you my story before you<br />

answer.”<br />

When she was a junior in high school, she<br />

got pregnant by a young man who had no<br />

interest in her or the baby. She kept the<br />

baby and decided to get her life back on<br />

track, so she started attending the church<br />

she was raised in. After a few months, she<br />

talked with her pastor.<br />

1 John 3:1 "See what great love the<br />

Father has lavished on us, that we should<br />

be called children of God!" And that is<br />

what we are!<br />

The Father lavishes His great love on us!<br />

He calls us His children—and it’s true!<br />

That’s what we are! You are God’s beloved<br />

child. Think about it: God calls you His<br />

child. Do you love your children? Crazy<br />

love! You’d do anything for your kids;<br />

you’d die for your kids. God did that for<br />

you. He loves you like a parent loves his<br />

or her children. He is absolutely<br />

committed to your well being, to doing<br />

what is best for you.<br />


She thought that other girls might learn<br />

from her mistakes, and offered to talk<br />

with middle school girls about the<br />

pressures of dating and sex.<br />

The pastor told her, “I would never allow<br />

that. I am afraid that YOUR TYPE of<br />

person might rub off on them.” She was<br />

hurt, but still kept coming.<br />

After her baby was born, she called the<br />

pastor to schedule a baptism service for<br />

her baby.<br />

The pastor said, “That is not going to<br />

happen in my church. I would never<br />

baptize an illegitimate baby.”<br />

“Now that you know my story,” Pastor Jeff,<br />

“can I still come to your church?”<br />

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The young lady whose pastor rejected her<br />

offer of help, and refused to baptize her<br />

baby? She ended up in another church<br />

where she learned that God loved her.<br />

Her baby was baptized. She was asked to<br />

work with young people there. She went<br />

on to finish her education and eventually<br />

went into mission work. Today she and<br />

her daughter live and work as<br />

missionaries in Africa where they tell<br />

people that there is a God who loves<br />

everyone always.<br />

God is love. This is the God the world<br />

needs to know!

Greg<br />

Sullivan<br />

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Don’t Let “What If” Keep<br />

You from Walking Free<br />

“And the children of Israel shall go on dry We often forget to read the Bible in color.<br />

ground through the midst of the sea.” These were real people with real issues.<br />

Exodus 14:16b<br />

How hard would it have been to walk<br />

forward and trust God to give them safe<br />

I am the queen of ‘what ifs’. What if this passage through? They had been in<br />

happens? What if that happens? What if bondage for so long they barely knew<br />

both of these things happen and then God at all (Gen 15:13). They were<br />

that happens as a result? Five thousand skeptical of Moses and suspicious of God<br />

different bad scenarios can flood my (Ex 6:7-9). They’d seen miracles, but they<br />

brain before I even take the first step weren’t convinced that God was for them<br />

towards the door.<br />

and not against them…not yet (Ex 14:11).<br />

And now here they were faced with two<br />

I can imagine the Israelites were no terrifying options: return to slavery, or<br />

different than me, as they hovered over walk an impossible route of escape that<br />

the first step of obedience through huge required absolute faith and trust (Ex<br />

walls of water. Directly ahead and 14:9-16).<br />

looming miles above them stood giant<br />

towers of roiling ocean, split wide and The path of healing is like this one. We<br />

hovering behind invisible barriers. reach an end to ourselves, our strength,<br />

our resources, and our understanding.<br />

Freedom lay through those columns, but We wind up beached between two<br />

what a terrifying walk of faith! I have no options that are equally petrifying: We<br />

doubt they were thinking some ‘what ifs’ can go back to bondage, and most likely<br />

of their own. What if God changes His die there (live all our lives a slave); or we<br />

mind and the water comes crashing back can walk the impossible road to freedom<br />

down? What if I get stuck in the mud and (face all those what-ifs with bravery).<br />

I get left behind? What if I fall and I can’t<br />

get back up again? What if the Egyptians Most people choose a lifetime of<br />

catch up to us and we all die anyway? bondage over the road that seems<br />

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impossible and the life God promised<br />

beyond. Freedom and peace and joy<br />

sound wonderful, but they sound too<br />

good to be true. The truth is, it is hard to<br />

trust God when you’ve been a slave for<br />

so long. There are a lot of ‘what ifs’ with a<br />

God you barely know.<br />

But not in Egypt-we know the hard labor,<br />

and our cruel taskmasters there. We<br />

know exactly what to expect. We’ve lived<br />

in bondage long enough to keep slaving<br />

away forever. We’ve adapted to living<br />

broken. It is familiar, and therefore<br />

seems safer than the unknown. But in<br />

fearing the path forward, faith never<br />

grows, and God’s promise of freedom<br />

remains out of reach.<br />

It is far better to take the leap of faith.<br />

Those who choose the impossible path,<br />

find God has made all things possible<br />

(Luke 1:37)! There is freedom and<br />

rejoicing on the other side of faith! God<br />

not only leads His people safely through,<br />

but He destroys the enemies who pursue<br />

them.<br />

Yes, He asks us to walk through the most<br />

frightening halls of impossibility (like<br />

healing from abuse, letting go of<br />

unending grief, finding freedom from<br />

bitterness, anxiety, and discontent) but<br />

He makes the way easier than we think.<br />

The Israelites crossed through the Red<br />

Sea on dry ground. Imagine how thick<br />

and deep the mud beneath the Red Sea<br />

must have been. There wasn’t time to<br />

wait on the right conditions. There<br />

weren’t months of hot sun to dry up the<br />

sea sludge and mud. But God knew His<br />

people needed safe passage and sure<br />

footing, so God miraculously parted the<br />

sea, and He miraculously hardened the<br />

sea floor!<br />

Many of us believe we can’t go through<br />

the motions and memories required for<br />

us to heal. We can’t endure the pain. We<br />

can’t possibly attempt to change. We’re<br />

just barely holding it together on a daily<br />

basis already. What will happen to our<br />

bodies, our minds, and our souls, when<br />

we dare to face those waves that could<br />

drown us?<br />

Having recently walked through a Red<br />

Sea of my own, I can tell you, I wavered<br />

at the sea’s edge for way too many<br />

years. I was afraid. Afraid I’d get stuck.<br />

Afraid I’d drown in there. But God<br />

walked through those memories and<br />

steps of healing with me. He gave me<br />

the power to forgive, permission to<br />

grieve, and took the sting out of the sins<br />

committed against me and those I<br />

committed against God. He gave me safe<br />

and secure passage just like He did for<br />

the Israelites, and He’ll do the same for<br />

you.<br />

Your feet won't sink in the memories of<br />

despair. The wavs of past pain won't<br />

overthrow you while you're there. God<br />

Himself is walking with you; He is before<br />

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you and behind you. Every step you take<br />

in faith you will find something solid, and<br />

you won’t stumble, or break, or drown.<br />

God will lead you as He led His children.<br />

After all, you are His child! You can trust<br />

Him to keep you safe and lead you safely<br />

through! And trust me, every step of the<br />

unknown is worth the dance on the<br />

other side. You’ll watch and cry and<br />

laugh and shout as the enemies that<br />

have owned you for so long are forever<br />

defeated.<br />

I am no longer a slave to anxiety,<br />

depression, self-condemnation, and fear.<br />

I am free. “If the Son therefore shall<br />

make you free, ye shall be free indeed”!<br />

(John 8:36)<br />

Take that step in faith and let God heal<br />

you! Come and dance with me. Throw<br />

your what-ifs to the wind and begin your<br />

walk to freedom.<br />

Elise<br />

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THE STROLL/ By Charlie Sexton<br />

This month’s article is taken from my<br />

personal journal, dated November 7, 2016.<br />

I had just returned from Naomi Sego’s<br />

Home Going Celebration in Macon,<br />

Georgia:<br />

Well, Friends and Neighbors, just sit right<br />

on back, and let me tell you a little story<br />

about Gospel Music legend, Naomi Sego. I<br />

attended her funeral this afternoon. But,<br />

this story is about another funeral that<br />

occurred about this time of the year,<br />

several years ago.<br />

One beautiful Fall Sunday morning, I was<br />

preparing the morning music set list at the<br />

little church where I was Minister of Music.<br />

As I was scurrying around trying to get The<br />

Mind of Christ for what to sing that<br />

morning, an elderly chap came strolling in<br />

to our little sanctuary, whistling. His name<br />

was Harold. He had been the Minister of<br />

Music at the church for about 25 years,<br />

but had retired about 25 years before I<br />

was hired. He was always very pleasant<br />

around me. Never overly kind, but never<br />

rude. I respected him for not trying to<br />

impart his 'wisdom' or usurp any authority<br />

over me, because of his past position. I<br />

tried to always get him to sing a 'feature'<br />

with the choir, but mostly, he'd just brush<br />

me off. This particular morning, though, I<br />

caught him in a singing mood, and asked<br />

him to 'have one ready' for that morning.<br />

During the service, I motioned for Harold<br />

to come down out of the loft, and sing one<br />

of the songs that I knew he loved to sing. "I<br />

Want To Stroll Over Heaven With You" was<br />

always a favorite of the folks at Clarkdale<br />

Church. He sang it with great feeling, and<br />

in an effort to engage the folks a little<br />

more, I asked the congregation to stand,<br />

and have a time of fellowship while Harold<br />

sang the second verse. To try to stir the<br />

moment a little more, I looked him in the<br />

eye, and said these words: " Brother<br />

Wallace, if I never see you here again,<br />

friend, when we get to Heaven, I firmly<br />

promise you that I will look you up and I'll<br />

take a stroll over Heaven with you."<br />

As he began to sing the reprise, I worked<br />

my way through the audience, shaking<br />

hands and hugging necks with those that I<br />

loved.<br />

All of a sudden, I heard a commotion. The<br />

PA system squealed as the mic hit the<br />

floor. Several folks start screaming. Harold<br />

literally dropped - like a felled tree. Dead<br />

before our eyes. Absent from the body.<br />

Present with The Lord.<br />

Pandemonium ensued for a few minutes.<br />

A few First Responders in the church<br />

quickly jumped in to Rescue Mode, but to<br />

no avail. The Paramedics came, but it was<br />

just too late. Harold was already taking a<br />

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Heavenly Stroll. It was traumatic for all of<br />

us to witness, to say the least.<br />

After the body was finally removed, the<br />

folks trickled on out toward their cars, and<br />

I went on home. A few hours later, when it<br />

was appropriate, I shared a brief synopsis<br />

of the day's events on Facebook.<br />

Immediately, I got a call from my buddy,<br />

Scott Spangler. He was singing baritone<br />

with Naomi Sego at the time. The Sego<br />

Brothers & Naomi were one of the first<br />

groups to ever record "Stroll Over Heaven".<br />

Naomi was so touched by my post, that<br />

she had Scott to reach out to me, to say<br />

that she wanted to come pay her respect<br />

to the family. I told him that I would pass<br />

appropriate for them to sing "Hallelujah<br />

Square".... Harold had sung it often, as<br />

well.<br />

The day of the service arrived, and the big,<br />

gold Eagle bus pulled in our small parking<br />

lot. Folks came from miles around to pay<br />

tribute to a life well lived. They were also<br />

encouraged by the music of a precious<br />

little Woman of God named Naomi. I<br />

already had a huge respect for her, but this<br />

gentle act of compassion and kindness<br />

solidified it, to say the least.<br />

So, today, with a healthy blend of sadness<br />

and joy, I traveled to Macon, Georgia to<br />

pay respect to one of the most godly<br />

women I've ever met. As I stood at her<br />

casket, I just wondered. Reckon, how many<br />

strolls around Hallelujah Square that she<br />

and Mr. Harold might have already made?<br />

"But, of that day and hour knoweth no<br />

man… but my Father…"<br />

Matthew 24:36<br />

the message. Scott went on to say that<br />

Naomi would be honored to sing one<br />

during the service, if I could work it out. We<br />

discussed that it would probably be<br />

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