Headlines - Sunday, October 11, 2020

Oct, 11, 2020

·    A Blessed and Prosperous Good Morning to you one and all!

·     We have a lot of October babes, so one more time: Good Morning and happy birthday to all of our Pumpkin Patch babies (also known as October babies.)

·    October is Pastor’s Appreciation Month! We may not be worshipping all together, but let’s find a way to celebrate our Senior Pastor and staff Pastors for their hard work, as they continue to minister to us through the pandemic and other hardships of 2020.

·     On behalf of Pastors Bruce and Karin Wall, the ministerial staff and the entire GMCC family we’re excited that you’re here, and we all say “welcome into this place”

·    Welcome to all who continue to join us live stream. Welcome to those who have just recently found us. Welcome back to 670 to those who are worshipping in person again. Welcome to our new members.

·    Thank you for cooperating with our safety protocols.

·     If you are new to our fellowship or if this is your first experience with us let us know by making a comment on Pastor Wall’s fb page or on Globalministriesboston.org

·     If you are listening on your cell, your tablet or logging on via Bostonpraiseradio.tv or Globalministriesboston.org, we are glad to be together. Each week we strive to improve our production of the service. Please give us your feedback.

·    Please see our website (www.globalministriesboston.org) for current information regarding church activities. With that said, here are today’s headlines:

HEADLINES:

Small groups are up and running. They are the third Saturday of every month. In this time of social distancing it is more important than ever to keep in fellowship and interact with brothers and sisters in Christ. If you haven’t attended before, now would be a good time to start. If you do not know which group you are in ask any Deacon, leave a comment on fb live today or call the church at 617- 282-0685

·      Covid 19 is going to be with us for the foreseeable future. As citizens of these united states of America and as citizens of the Kingdom of God, Philippians 2:3 states that “in humility” we are to think more highly of others than ourselves.

·    Wear a mask, if not for yourself then for someone else.

PRAYER CONCERNS

·      PPE, strength for the medical teams, stress on families, homelessness, decisions about reentering school,

·    the unemployment rate and the upcoming flu season.

·    For property owners as well as tenants impacted by the rent moratorium

·    Small businesses who are trying to stay viable

·    Restaurants struggling to remain open as the weather changes.

·     For the needs of our Codman Park friends.

·    Pray that the Lord would keep our voting rights safe and that no one would succumb to voter suppression tactics.

·    Make sure you AND those in your circle of family and friends vote. Make a plan now. Help each other with a ride to the polls. Know in advance where your polling station is. It may have changed.

·    Pray for Boston Praise Radio and TV’s expansion and that it brings essential news information, culturally relevant Christian content.

·    Pray that God would bring the right people with the right motives and resources to BPR/TV. Give Pastor Bruce and advisors wisdom regarding who he gives station access to.

·    Pray for the family of Sister Mary Stallworth and Angela Stallworth.

·    GMCC is once again applying to the Community Preservation Association for funds to rehab the exterior of our church building. Please pray DAILY for a favorable outcome on our proposal.

·    Remember the 3 W’s when it comes to the pandemic:

WEAR a mask

WASH your hands often

WIPE down counters, tables, packages, door knobs, shopping carts and any other place the virus can attach itself to! It could save lives.

·    We are requesting ongoing prayer for RaShaun Wise and family. Please encourage them by text, note or card. If you have specific questions please feel free to text or call Pastor K. Thank you.

·    Tomorrow, Monday Oct. 12 there will be a Zoom planning meeting for Elders, Pastors and Deacons to plan out the Thanksgiving outreach. We will be meeting again soon. If you have ideas or resources or want to be added to the planning committee feel free to reach out to Sister Deacon Auvrel Shelton or let your Deacon know.  If you are interested in working on this event, please reach out to your Deacon Team or Pastor K. at 617 9100120.

·    We would be remiss as followers of Jesus Christ not to heed the Word of God, which directs us to pray for those in authority over us. With that said, please pray for the first family of this nation, as Donald and Melania Trump and 18 others who attended his rally have been diagnosed with Covid 19.

·    Tune in this afternoon at 2pm for a brand new episode of At The Table. Our guest is Nikia Londy, CEO of Intrigue Hair. In addition to being an entrepreneur, Niki addresses a need in the community for women who have lost their hair due to medical issues, by making wigs for them that are covered by most health insurances.

·    Zeta Phi Beta sorority inc. will be hosting an Afrocentric Art Show and Silent auction on October 17th- from 1-2:30 pm. To register go to Eventbrite and look for DOZARTSHOW.Eventbrite.com.

·    REMINDER: 6 am prayer Monday- Friday & Saturday at 7am.

·    Ok, can’t make it at 6am? How about lunch time intercession? Monday- Friday 12-12:30pm. Call in: 978 990 5000. Access Code: 350413#.  

·    7pm Prayer meeting, which can be seen on Pastor Bruce’s fb page, or by going to globalministriesboston.org and click live stream  I John 5:14 (tells us) “this is the confidence that we have in him, that, if we ask any thing according to his will, he heareth us”

·    The Book Club is considering the following book options for our Winter reading which will commence on Nov. 4th

 The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett. (fiction)

Jude: Contending for the Faith in Today’s Culture, by Jackie Hill Perry. (Bible Study)

 The Power of Habit: Why We do What we do in Life and Business, by Charles Duhigg, (Self Help/Psychology)

 Jesus, The God Who Knows Your Name by Max Lucado (Christian Author)

 Caste: The Origins of Discontent by Isabel Wilkerson (Fiction/Race and Class Issues)

 The Gifts of Imperfection: Let Go of Who You Think You’re Supposed to be and Embrace Who You Are, (Self Help/Psychology)

More information about the book club, times, days and titles will be on the GMCC website.

The Fair and Uninterrupted ELECTION IS CRITICAL TO THE SURVIVAL OF THIS REPUBLIC.

#Rememberblacklivesdomatter#theblackeconomymatters!

Here is a list of local black businesses or organizations that you may want to support:

1. The Black Economic Council

2. Bootstrapbootcamp.com (develops entrepreneurs)

3. Frugalbookstore.net

4. www.supportblackowned.com

5. Natasha’s Body Butter (personal favorite of PK’s), online shopping

6. Lyndigo Spice, organic health seasoning, rubs and recipes by sister Celeste Croxton, online shopping

7. Dress with Confidence; one of a kind, tailor made ethnic outfits, designs and seamstress services. Also an impressive array of jewelry and handbags. Hyde Park

8. Delectable Deserts, bakery and one of a kind cakes. West. Roxbury.

9. Tiffany’s Transformations, nail and massage spa on River Street in Mattapan

10.               Kyra Hunter’s (Moda Deluxe Studio) Master stylist, blogger, hair and skin educator, influencer, Needham, Mass

11.               Ary’s Massage Therapy, Needham Mass

October is Breast Cancer & Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

Headlines for October 4, 2020

Oct, 4, 2020

·    Happy First Sunday!

·    Good Morning and happy birthday to all of our Pumpkin Patch babies (also known as October babies.)

·    Lest I forget October is breast cancer awareness month AND it is ALSO Pastor’s Appreciation Month! We may not be worshipping all together, but let’s find a way to celebrate our Senior Pastor and our staff Pastors for their hard work, as they continue to minister to us through the pandemic and other hardships of 2020.

·     From the rising of the sun to the setting of the same the name of the Lord shall be praised! We submit our will and our ways to your will for our lives. We are thankful for our health, strength and for our family’s.

·     On behalf of Pastors Bruce and Karin Wall, the ministerial staff and the entire GMCC family we’re excited that you’re here, and we all say “welcome into this place”

·    Welcome to all who continue to join us live stream. Welcome to those who have just recently found us. Welcome back to 670 to those who are worshipping in person again.

·    Thank you for cooperating with our safety protocols.

·     If you are new to our fellowship or if this is your first experience with us let us know by making a comment on Pastor Wall’s fb page.

·     If you are listening on your cell, your tablet or logging on via Bostonpraiseradio.tv or Globalministriesboston.org, we are glad to be together. Each week we strive to improve our production of the service. Please give us your feedback.

·    Please see our website (www.globalministriesboston.org) for current information regarding church activities. With that said, here are today’s headlines:

HEADLINES:

Small groups are up and running. They are the third Saturday of every month. If you haven’t been assigned to a group leave a comment on fb live today or call the church at 617- 282-0685

·      Covid 19 is going to be with us for the foreseeable future. As citizens of these united states of America and as citizens of the Kingdom of God, Philippians 2:3 states that “in humility” we are to think more highly of others than ourselves.

·    Wear a mask, if not for yourself then for someone else.

PRAYER CONCERNS

·      PPE, strength for the medical teams, stress on families, homelessness, decisions about reentering school,

·    the unemployment rate and the upcoming flu season.

·    For property owners as well as tenants impacted by the rent moratorium

·    Small businesses who are trying to stay viable

·    Restaurants struggling to remain open as the weather changes.

·     For the needs of our Codman Park friends.

·    Pray that the Lord would keep our voting rights safe and that no one would succumb to voter suppression tactics.

·    Make sure you AND those in your circle of family and friends vote. Make a plan now. Help each other with a ride to the polls. Know in advance where your polling station is. It may have changed.

·    Pray for Boston Praise Radio and TV’s expansion and that it brings essential news information, culturally relevant Christian content.

·    Pray that God would bring the right people with the right motives and resources to BPR/TV. Give Pastor Bruce and advisors wisdom regarding who he gives station access to.

·    Pray for the family of Sister Mary Stallworth and Angela Stallworth.

·    We are also applying to the Community Preservation Association for funds to rehab the exterior of our church building. Please pray DAILY for a favorable outcome on our proposal.

·    Remember the 3 W’s when it comes to the pandemic:

WEAR a mask

WASH your hands often

WIPE down counters, tables, packages, door knobs, shopping carts and any other place the virus can attach itself to! It could save lives.

·    Urgent request for prayer for the Wise family (The Rynel and Rene Wise family). They are dealing with a medical concern and solicit your fervent ongoing prayers. Please encourage them by text, note or card. If you have specific questions please feel free to text or call Pastor K. Thank you.

·     We continue to pray for you, so please feel free to make your prayer concerns known either through joining one of the two prayer lines or call the church at 617-2820685. We ask that you pray for us as well. We pray for ways to minister in our community.

·    SPEAKING OF MINISTERING IN OUR COMMUNITY: All Ministers, Elders and Deacons please check your email ASAP. There is an update on the outcome of our meeting on the Thanksgiving outreach. We will be meeting again soon. If you have ideas or resources or want to be involved, the planning team will soon be co- facilitated by Sister Deacon Auvrel Shelton.  If you are interested in working on this event, please reach out to your Deacon Team or Pastor K. at 617 9100120 (This is a google voice number so feel free to text or leave a voice message).

·    We would be remiss as followers of Jesus Christ not to heed the Word of God, which directs us to pray for those in authority over us. With that said, please pray for the First family of this nation, as Donald Trump and Melania Trump now have Covid 19 as do members of their staff.

·    REMINDER: 6 am prayer Monday- Friday & Saturday at 7am. (605-313-4197) Access code: 609259. This week’s challenge is for 5 more people to join the prayer squad at least 2 days this week.

·    Ok, can’t make it at 6am? How about lunch time intercession? Monday- Friday 12-12:30pm. Call in: 978 990 5000. Access Code: 350413#This week’s challenge is for 5 more people to join the prayer squad at least 3 days this week. I’m still waiting for someone or two to take this challenge on. If you are in the sanctuary please raise your hand NOW to commit to joining one of the prayer lines this week.

·    7pm Prayer meeting, which can be seen on Pastor Bruce’s fb page, or by going to globalministriesboston.org and click live stream  I John 5:14 (tells us) “this is the confidence that we have in him, that, if we ask any thing according to his will, he heareth us”

·    The Book Club is considering the following book options for our Winter reading which will commence on Nov. 4th

ü The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett. (fiction)

ü Jude: Contending for the Faith in Today’s Culture, by Jackie Hill Perry. (Bible Study)

ü The Power of Habit: Why We do What we do in Life and Business, by Charles Duhigg, (Self Help/Psychology)

ü Jesus, The God Who Knows Your Name by Max Lucado (Christian Author)

ü Caste: The Origins of Discontent by Isabel Wilkerson (Fiction/Race and Class Issues)

ü The Gifts of Imperfection: Let Go of Who You Think You’re Supposed to be and Embrace Who You Are, (Self Help/Psychology)

More information about the book club, times, days and titles will be on the GMCC website.

Currently, we are hosting weekly Wednesday night discussions entitled: The Season of Our Lives. We are taking a look at ourselves from our 20’s-70’s. Each week we examine a different decade either in retrospect or in real time. Join us we’d love to have you!

The Fair and Uninterrupted ELECTION IS CRITICAL TO THE SURVIVAL OF THIS REPUBLIC.

#Rememberblacklivesdomatter#theblackeconomymatters!

As the economy begins to open up please don’t forget our local black businesses that may not survive the shut- down. If you know of a business that could use your support, please call the church at 617 282 0685 and leave the name of the business and the service it provides. Here is the growing list of resources:

1. The Black Economic Council

2. Bootstrapbootcamp.com (develops entrepreneurs)

3. Frugalbookstore.net

4. www.supportblackowned.com

5. Natasha’s Body Butter (personal favorite of PK’s), online shopping

6. Lyndigo Spice, organic health seasoning, rubs and recipes by sister Celeste Croxton, online shopping

7. Dress with Confidence; one of a kind, tailor made ethnic outfits, designs and seamstress services. Also an impressive array of jewelry and handbags. Hyde Park

8. Delectable Deserts, bakery and one of a kind cakes. West. Roxbury.

9. Tiffany’s Transformations, nail and massage spa on River Street in Mattapan

10.               Kyra Hunter’s (Moda Deluxe Studio)Master stylist, blogger, hair and skin educator, influencer, Needham, Mass

11.               Ary’s Massage Therapy, Needham Mass

September is Suicide Awareness Month!

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Headlines for Sunday, September 27, 2020

·    Good Morning! From the rising of the sun to the setting of the same the name of the Lord shall be praised!

·     We make our will subservient to yours in order to do your will. We are thankful for our health, strength and for our family’s.

·     On behalf of Pastors Bruce and Karin Wall, the ministerial staff and the entire GMCC family we’re excited that you’re here, and we all say “welcome into this place”

·    Welcome to all who continue to join us live stream.  Welcome to those who have just recently found us. Welcome back to 670 to those who are worshipping in person again.

·    Thank you for cooperating with our safety protocols.

·     If you are new to our fellowship or if this is your first experience with us let us know by making a comment on Pastor Wall’s fb page.

·     If you are listening on your cell, your tablet or logging on via Bostonpraiseradio.tv or Globalministriesboston.org, we are glad to be together. Each week we strive to improve our production of the service. Please give us your feedback.

·    Please see our website (www.globalministriesboston.org) for current information regarding church activities. With that said, here are today’s headlines:

HEADLINES:

Small groups are up and running. They are the third Saturday of every month. If you haven’t been assigned to a group leave a comment on fb live today or call the church at 617- 282-0685

·      Covid 19 is going to be with us for the foreseeable future. As citizens of these united states of America and as citizens of the Kingdom of God, Philippians 2:3 states that “in humility” we are to think more highly of others than ourselves.

·    Unless you have a medical reason that prevents you from wearing a mask, please for the next person, WEAR A MASK! If you have a condition that prevents you from wearing a mask, you may be at risk, in which case, you should probably be home.

PRAYER CONCERNS

·      PPE, strength for the medical teams, stress on families, homelessness, decisions about reentering school,

·    the unemployment rate and the upcoming flu season.

·    For property owners as well as tenants impacted by the rent moratorium

·    Small businesses who are trying to stay viable

·    Restaurants as they struggle to remain open as the weather changes.

·     For the needs of our Codman Park friends.

·    Pray that the Lord would keep our voting rights safe and that no one would succumb to voter suppression tactics.

·    Make sure you AND those in your circle of family and friends vote. Make a plan now. Help each other with a ride to the polls. Know in  advance where your polling station is. It may have changed.

·    Pray for Boston Praise Radio and TV’s expansion and that it brings essential news information, culturally relevant Christian content.

·    Pray that God would bring the right people with the right motives and resources to BPR/TV. Give Pastor Bruce and advisors wisdom regarding who he gives station access to.

·    Pray for the family of Breonna Taylor and the Kenosha community ,as they respond to the grand jury’s decision.

·    Pray for healing of a family of Sister Mary Stallworth and Angela Stallworth.

·    We are also applying to the Community Preservation Association for funds to rehab the exterior of our church building. Please pray DAILY for a favorable outcome on our proposal.

·    Don’t let up on your own personal safety precautions:

·    1. Wear masks when outside. 2. Wash your hands a lot! 3. Continue to social distance.  Limit who you surround yourself with. Remember any of us could have the virus and be asymptomatic and unknowingly bring the virus back to a loved one. 4. Wipe down counter tops, table, stoves etc., at least twice a day with disinfectant. 5. Take your shoes off at the door. 6. Try not to bring the outside in the house with you. If you are running out of wipes or household disinfectant there are some quick easy ways to make your own. You can check Pinterest, DIY or just google the subject.   

·     We continue to pray for you, so please feel free to make your prayer concerns known either through joining one of the two prayer lines or call the church at 617-2820685. We ask that you pray for us as well. We pray for ways to minister in our community.

·    SPEAKING OF MINISTERING IN OUR COMMUNITY: We met via Zoom last week on this very subject. The final determination was to involve as much of the GMCC community toward making our annual Thanksgiving a success this year. It will be different this year, but still doable. One difference of note will be that all meals will be delivered. There will be no dining at the church this year. If you are interested in working on this event, please reach out to your Deacon Team or Pastor K. at 617 9100120 (This is a google voice number so feel free to text or leave a voice message).

·    Below are several ways that we have been staying in fellowship during the Covid crisis. All are welcome. For the early birds there is:

·     6 am prayer Monday- Friday & Saturday at 7am. (605-313-4197) Access code: 609259. This week’s challenge is for 5 more people to join the prayer squad at least 2 days this week.

·    Ok, can’t make it at 6am? How about lunch time intercession?  Monday- Friday 12-12:30pm. Call in: 978 990 5000. Access Code: 350413#.  This week’s challenge is for 5 more people to join the prayer squad at least 3 days this week. I’m still waiting for someone or two to take this challenge on. If you are in the sanctuary please raise your hand NOW to commit to joining one of the prayer lines this week.

·    7pm Prayer meeting, which can be seen on Pastor Bruce’s fb page, or by going to globalministriesboston.org and click live stream  I John 5:14 (tells us) “this is the confidence that we have in him, that, if we ask any thing according to his will, he heareth us”

·    The Book Club is considering the following book options for our Winter reading which will commence on Nov. 4th

 The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett. (fiction)

 Jude: Contending for the Faith in Today’s Culture, by Jackie Hill Perry. (Bible Study)

The Power of Habit: Why We do What we do in Life and Business, by Charles Duhigg, (Self Help/Psychology)

Jesus, The God Who Knows Your Name by Max Lucado (Christian Author)

 Caste: The Origins of Discontent by Isabel Wilkerson (Fiction/Race and Class Issues)

 The Gifts of Imperfection: Let Go of Who You Think You’re Supposed to be and Embrace Who You Are,  (Self Help/Psychology)

More information about the book club, times, days and titles will be on the GMCC website.

Currently, we are hosting weekly Wednesday night discussions entitled: The Season of Our Lives. We are taking a look at ourselves from our 20’s-70’s. Each week we examine a different decade either in retrospect or in real time. Join us we’d love to have you!

The Fair and Uninterrupted ELECTION IS CRITICAL TO THE SURVIVAL OF THIS REPUBLIC.

#Rememberblacklivesdomatter!

As the economy begins to open up please don’t forget our local black businesses that may not survive the shut- down. If you know of a business that could use your support, please call the church at 617 282 0685 and leave the name of the business and the service it provides. Here is the growing list of resources:

1. The Black Economic Council

2. Bootstrapbootcamp.com (develops entrepreneurs)

3. Frugalbookstore.net

www.supportblackowned.com

Sunday, September 20, 2020

·    Good Morning! From the rising of the sun to the setting of the same the name of the Lord shall be praised!

·     We make our will subservient to yours in order to do your will. We are thankful for our health, strength and for our family’s.

·     On behalf of Pastors Bruce and Karin Wall, the ministerial staff and the entire GMCC family we’re excited that you’re here, and we all say “welcome into this place”

·    Welcome to all who continue to join us live stream.  Welcome to those who have just recently found us. Welcome back to 670 to those who are worshipping in person again.

·    Thank you for cooperating with our safety protocols.

·     If you are new to our fellowship or if this is your first experience with us let us know by making a comment on Pastor Wall’s fb page.

·     If you are listening on your cell, your tablet or logging on via Bostonpraiseradio.tv or Globalministriesboston.org, we are glad to be together. Each week we strive to improve our production of the service. Please give us your feedback.

·    Please see our website (www.globalministriesboston.org) for current information regarding church activities. With that said, here are today’s headlines:

HEADLINES:

Small groups are up and running. They are the third Saturday of every month. Mark your calendar for September 19th. If you haven’t been assigned to a group leave a comment on fb live today or call the church at 617- 282-0685

·      Covid 19 is going to be with us for the foreseeable future. As citizens of these united states of America and as citizens of the Kingdom of God, Philippians 2:3 states that “in humility” we are to think more highly of others than ourselves.

·    Unless you have a medical reason that prevents you from wearing a mask, please for the next person, WEAR A MASK! If you have a condition that prevents you from wearing a mask, you may be at risk, in which case, you should probably be home.

PRAYER CONCERNS

·      PPE, strength for the medical teams, stress on families, homelessness, decisions about reentering school,

·    the unemployment rate and the upcoming flu season.

·    For property owners as well as tenant impacted by the rent moratorium

·    Small businesses who are trying to stay viable

·     For our Codman Park friends who are in need.

·     For those in Oregon dealing with severe fires. Pray for those who must battle Covid 19, in the midst of being displaced.

·    Pray that the Lord would keep our voting rights safe and that no one would succumb to obvious voter suppression tactics.

·    Make sure you AND those in your circle of family and friends vote. Make a plan now. Help each other with a ride to the polls. Know advance where your polling station is. It may have changed.

·    Pray for Boston Praise Radio and TV’s expansion and that it brings essential news information, culturally relevant Christian content.

·    Pray that God would bring the right people with the right motives around BPR/TV. Give Pastor Bruce wisdom regarding who he gives station access to.

·    Pray for the family of Breonna Taylor.

·    Pray for the recovery of Jacob Blake and his family.

·    Pray that the accurate story would be told about the protests in Kenosha Wisconsin.

·    Romans 12:15 says to rejoice with those who rejoice and weep with those who weep. Now the family, friends and the nation are mourning the passing of our brother in Christ Chadwick Boseman.


·    Don’t let up on your own personal safety precautions:

·    1. Wear masks when outside. 2. Wash your hands a lot! 3. Continue to social distance.  Limit who you surround yourself with. Remember any of us could have the virus and be asymptomatic and unknowingly bring the virus back to a loved one. 4. Wipe down counter tops, table, stoves etc., at least twice a day with disinfectant. 5. Take your shoes off at the door. 6. Try not to bring the outside in the house with you. If you are running out of wipes or household disinfectant there are some quick easy ways to make your own. You can check Pinterest, DIY or just google the subject.   

·     We continue to pray for you, so please feel free to make your prayer concerns known either through joining one of the two prayer lines or call the church at 617-2820685. We ask that you pray for us as well. We pray for ways to minister in our community.

·    SPEAKING OF MINISTERING IN OUR COMMUNITY: There will be a Zoom call this week, Thursday September 24th @7pm. Invitations will be sent to Pastors, Ministers, Elders and Deacons to discuss a ministry out reach event that could enable us to encompass our traditional Halloween alternative, Codman Park outreach, Fall Yard Sale & Voter Information. Join the meeting, be informed, be engaged, be the church!

·    Below are several ways that we have been staying in fellowship during the Covid crisis. All are welcome. For the early birds there is:

·     6 am prayer Monday- Friday & Saturday at 7am. (605-313-4197) Access code: 609259. This week’s challenge is for 5 more people to join the prayer squad at least 2 days this week.

·    Ok, can’t make it at 6am? How about lunch time intercession?  Monday- Friday 12-12:30pm. Call in: 978 990 5000. Access Code: 350413#.  This week’s challenge is for 5 more people to join the prayer squad at least 3 days this week. I’m still waiting for someone or two to take this challenge on. I’ll wait.

·    7pm Prayer meeting, which can be seen on Pastor Bruce’s fb page, or by going to globalministriesboston.org and click live stream  I John 5:14 (tells us) “this is the confidence that we have in him, that, if we ask any thing according to his will, he heareth us”

·    The Book Club is considering the following options:

A series of topical discussions relevant to women:

A Bible study on the book of Jude: Contending for the faith in today’s culture.  by Jackie Hill Perry

The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett. This a work of fiction about twin sisters, one of whom leaves small town Louisiana and “passes” for white only to find “no matter how far Stella disappears into the privileges of whiteness the realities of race deepen her silence”.

Two other considerations for reading are Read At The Bone and Caste. Please check them out. You may want to read them for yourself.

 Join us this Wednesday at 7pm. For more information contact PK, Lauren, or Nyesha.

The Fair and Uninterrupted ELECTION IS CRITICAL TO THE SURVIVAL OF THIS REPUBLIC.

#Rememberblacklivesdomatter!

As the economy begins to open up please don’t forget our local black businesses that may not survive the shut- down. If you know of a business that could use your support, please call the church at 617 282 0685 and leave the name of the business and the service it provides. Here is the growing list of resources:

1. The Black Economic Council

2. Bootstrapbootcamp.com (develops entrepreneurs)

3. Frugalbookstore.net

4. www.supportblackowned.com

5. Natasha’s Body Butter (personal favorite of PK’s)

6. Lyndigo Spice, organic health seasoning, rubs and recipes by sister Celeste Croxton.

7. Dress with Confidence; one of a kind, tailor made ethnic outfits, designs and seamstress services. Also an impressive array of jewelry and handbags.

8. Delectable Deserts, bakery and one of a kind cakes of all kinds. Located in West. Roxbury.

9. Tiffany’s Transformations, nail and massage spa on River Street in Mattapan

10.               Kyra Hunter’s (Moda Deluxe Studio)Master stylist, blogger, hair and skin educator, influencer

11.               Ary’s Massage Therapy

Thank you Sister Keanna and others for helping to compile this list. More to come.

September is Suicide Awareness Month!

                                                            Last, but not least, happy birthday to our September babies!

Sunday, September 13, 2020

Sept. 11, 2020

·    Good Morning! From the rising of the sun to the setting of the same the name of the Lord shall be praised!

·     We make our will subservient to yours in order to do your will. We are thankful for our health, strength and for our family’s.

·     On behalf of Pastors Bruce and Karin Wall, the ministerial staff and the entire GMCC family we’re excited that you’re here, and we all say “welcome into this place”

·    Welcome to all who continue to join us live stream. Welcome to those who have just recently found us. Welcome back to 670 to those who are worshipping in person again.

·    Thank you for cooperating with our safety protocols.

·     If you are new to our fellowship or if this is your first experience with us let us know by making a comment on Pastor Wall’s fb page.

·     If you are listening on your cell, your tablet or logging on via Bostonpraiseradio.tv or Globalministriesboston.org, we are glad to be together. Each week we strive to improve our production of the service. Please give us your feedback.

·    Please see our website (www.globalministriesboston.org) for current information regarding church activities. With that said, here are today’s headlines:

HEADLINES:

Small groups are up and running. They are the third Saturday of every month. Mark your calendar for September 19th. If you haven’t been assigned to a group leave a comment on fb live today or call the church at 617 282-0685

·      Covid 19 is going to be with us for the foreseeable future. As citizens of these united states of America and as citizens of the Kingdom of God, Philipians 2:3 states that “in humility” we are to think more highly of others than ourselves.

·    Unless you have a medical reason that prevents you from wearing a mask, please for the next person, WEAR A MASK! If you have a condition that prevents you from wearing a mask, you may be at risk, in which case, you should probably be home.

PRAYER CONCERNS

·      PPE, strength for the medical teams, stress on families, homelessness, decisions about reentering school,

·    the unemployment rate and the upcoming flu season.

·    For property owners as well as tenant impacted by the rent moratorium

·     For our Codman Park friends who may be in need.

·     For those in Oregon dealing with severe fires. Pray for those who must battle Covid 19, in the midst of being displaced.

·    Pray that the Lord would keep our voting rights safe and that no one would succumb to obvious voter suppression tactics.

·    Make sure you AND those in your circle of family and friends vote. Make a plan now. Help each other with a ride to the polls. Know advance where your polling station is. It may have changed.

·    Pray for Boston Praise Radio and TV’s expansion and that it bring essential news information, culturally relevant Christian content.

·    Pray that God would bring the right people with the right motives around BPR/TV. Give Pastor Bruce wisdom regarding who he gives station access to.

·    Pray for the family of Breonna Taylor

·    Pray for the recovery of Jacob Blake and his family

·    Pray that the accurate story would be told about the protests in Kenosha Wisconsin.

·    Romans 12:15 says to rejoice with those who rejoice and weep with those who weep. Now the family, friends and the nation are mourning the passing of our brother in Christ Chadwick Boseman.

·    Don’t let up on your own personal safety precautions:

·    1. Wear masks when outside. 2. Wash your hands a lot! 3. Continue to social distance. Limit who you surround yourself with. Remember any of us could have the virus and be asymptomatic and unknowingly bring the virus back to a loved one. 4. Wipe down counter tops, table, stoves etc. at least twice a day with disinfectant. 5. Take your shoes off at the door. 6. Try not to bring the outside in the house with you.  

·     During this time of separation, we as pastors and leaders continue to pray for you and yours. We ask that you pray for us as well. We pray for ways to minister in our community.

·    Below are several ways that we have been staying in fellowship during the Covid crisis. All are welcome. For the early birds there is:

·     6 am prayer Monday- Friday & Saturday at 7am. (605-313-4197) Access code: 609259. This week’s challenge is for 5 more people to join the prayer squad at least 2 days this week.

·    Ok, can’t make it at 6am? How about lunch time intercession? Monday- Friday 12-12:30pm. Call in: 978 990 5000. Access Code: 350413#This week’s challenge is for 5 more people to join the prayer squad at least 3 days this week. 

·    7pm Prayer meeting, which can be seen on Pastor Bruce’s fb page, or by going to globalministriesboston.org and click live stream  I John 5:14 (tells us) “this is the confidence that we have in him, that, if we ask any thing according to his will, he heareth us”

·    The Book Club is considering the following options:

ü A series of topical discussions relevant to women.

ü A Bible study on the book of Jude: Contending for the faith in today’s culture. by Jackie Hill Perry

ü The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett. This a work of fiction about twin sisters, one of whom leaves small town Louisiana and “passes” for white only to find “no matter how far Stella disappears into the privileges of whiteness the realities of race deepen her silence”.

ü Join us this Wednesday at 7pm. For more information contact PK, Lauren, or Nyesha. 

 The Fair and Uninterrupted ELECTION IS CRITICAL TO THE SURVIVAL OF THIS REPUBLIC.

#Rememberblacklivesdomatter!

As the economy begins to open up please don’t forget our local black businesses that may not survive the shut- down. If you know of a business that could use your support, please call the church at 617 282 0685 and leave the name of the business and the service it provides. Here is the growing list of resources:

1. The Black Economic Council

2. Bootstrapbootcamp.com (develops entrepreneurs)

3. Frugalbookstore.net

4. www.supportblackowned.com

5. Natasha’s Body Butter (personal favorite of PK’s)

6. Lyndigo Spice, organic health seasoning, rubs and recipes by sister Celeste Croxton.

7. Dress with Confidence; one of a kind, tailor made ethnic outfits, designs and seamstress services. Also an impressive array of jewelry and handbags.

8. Delectable Deserts, bakery and one of a kind cakes of all kinds. Located in West. Roxbury.

9. Tiffany’s Transformations, nail and massage spa on River Street in Mattapan

10.               Kyra Hunter’s (Moda Deluxe Studio)Master stylist, blogger, hair and skin educator, influencer

11.               Ary’s Massage Therapy

Thank you Sister Keanna and others for helping to compile this list. More to come.

September is Suicide Awareness Month!        


                                                  

 Last, but not least, happy birthday to our September babies! Also happy anniversary to those who have a wedding anniversary.

Sunday, September 6, 2020

Sept. 6, 2020

 ·    Good Morning! From the rising of the sun to the setting of the same the name of the Lord shall be praised!

·     We make our will subservient to yours in order to do your will. We are thankful for our health, strength and for our family’s.

·     On behalf of Pastors Bruce and Karin Wall, the ministerial staff and the entire GMCC family we’re excited that you’re here, and we all say “welcome into this place”

·    Welcome to all who continue to join us live stream.  Welcome to those who have just recently found us. Welcome back to 670 to those who are worshipping in person again.

·    Thank you for cooperating with our safety protocols.

·     If you are new to our fellowship or if this is your first  experience with us let us know by making a comment on Pastor Wall’s fb page.

·     If you are listening on your cell, your tablet or logging on via Bostonpraiseradio.tv or Globalministriesboston.org, we are glad to be together. Each week we strive to improve our production of the service. Please give us your feedback.

 ·    Please see our website (www.globalministriesboston.org) for current information regarding church activities. With that said, here are today’s headlines:

HEADLINES:

Small groups are up and running. They are the third Saturday of every month.  Mark your calendar for September 19th. If you haven’t been assigned to a group leave a comment on fb live today or call the church at 617 282-0685

 ·      Covid 19 is going to be with us for the foreseeable future. As citizens of these united states of America and as citizens of the Kingdom of God, Philipians 2:3 states that “in humility” we are to think more highly of others than ourselves.

·    Unless you have a medical reason that prevents you from wearing a mask, please for the next person, WEAR A MASK! If you have a condition that prevents you from wearing a mask, you may be at risk, in which case, you should probably be home.

PRAYER CONCERNS

·      PPE, strength for the medical teams, stress on families, homelessness, decisions about reentering school,

·    the unemployment rate and the upcoming flu season.

·    For property owners as well as tenant impacted by the rent moratorium

·     For our Codman Park friends who may be in need.

·     For those in New Orleans, Florida and Texas, dealing with severe weather

·    Thank God for the rain that has come to help extinguish the fires in California

·    Pray that the Lord would keep our voting rights safe and that no one would succumb to obvious voter suppression tactics.

·    Make sure you AND those in your circle of family and friends vote. Make a plan now. Help each other with a ride to the polls. Know advance where your polling station is. It may have changed.

·    Pray for Boston Praise Radio and TV’s expansion and that it brings essential news information, culturally relevant Christian content.

·    Pray that God would bring the right people with the right motives around BPR/TV. Give Pastor Bruce wisdom regarding who he gives station access to.

·    Pray for the family of Breonna Taylor

·    Pray for the recovery of Jacob Blake and his family

·    Pray that the accurate story would be told about the protests in Kenosha Wisconsin.

·    Romans 12:15 says to rejoice with those who rejoice and weep with those who weep. Now the family, friends and the nation are mourning the passing of our brother in Christ Chadwick Boseman. We rejoiced as he brought the highest of quality productions to us on the screen. Thank you for Thurgood Marshall, Jackie Robinson,  James Brown, Da 5 Bloods, 21 Bridges, Message from the King and our beloved King T’Chilla in Black Panther. You worked harder as a dying man than many work in good health. Rest in Peace and may your legacy live on.

 ·    Don’t let up on your own personal safety precautions:

·    1. Wear masks when outside. 2. Wash your hands a lot! 3. Continue to social distance.  Limit who you surround yourself with. Remember any of us could have the virus and be asymptomatic and unknowingly bring the virus back to a loved one. 4. Wipe down counter tops, table, stoves etc. at lease twice a day with disinfectant. 5. Take your shoes off at the door. 6. Try not to bring the outside in the house with you.   

·     During this time of separation we as pastors and leaders continue to pray for you and yours.  We ask that you pray for us as well. We pray for ways to minister in our community.

 ·    Below are several ways that we have been staying in fellowship during the Covid crisis. All are welcome. For the early birds there is:

 ·     6 am prayer Monday- Friday & Saturday at 7am. (605-313-4197) Access code: 609259. This week’s challenge is for 5 more people to join the prayer squad at least 2 days this week.

 ·    Ok, can’t make it at 6am? How about lunch time intercession?  Monday- Friday 12-12:30pm. Call in: 978 990 5000. Access Code: 350413#.  This week’s challenge is for 5 more people to join the prayer squad at least 3 days this week.  

 ·    7pm Prayer meeting, which can be seen on Pastor Bruce’s fb page, or going to globalministriesboston.org and click live stream  I John 5:14 (tells us) “this is the confidence that we have in him, that, if we ask any thing according to his will, he heareth us”

·    The Book Club met last week to consider our next steps. We had a discussion night, each of us sharing the highs and lows of Covid, unemployment, quarentines,racial injustice and the impact of Chadwick Boseman. It was a much needed exhale. So much so that we will be continuing our conversation over breakfast on Monday, Sept 7th at 9:30.

 ·    Karin Wall is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

 ·    Topic: My Meeting

·      Time: Sep 7, 2020 09:30 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

·      Join Zoom Meeting

·      https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82164195279?pwd=eXM4UVhrWGZTTVBaMUg2R0dLaEt4QT09

·      Meeting ID: 821 6419 5279

·      Passcode: 457107

·      One tap mobile

·      +13017158592,,82164195279#,,,,,,0#,,457107# US (Germantown)

·      +13126266799,,82164195279#,,,,,,0#,,457107# US (Chicago)

·      Dial by your location

·              +1 301 715 8592 US (Germantown)

·              +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)

·              +1 929 205 6099 US (New York)

·              +1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma)

·              +1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)

·              +1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)

·      Meeting ID: 821 6419 5279

·      Passcode: 457107

·      Find your local number:

https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kcr0WauxRg

·     We are considering a Bible study on the book of Jude: contending for the faith in today’s culture , or The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett. This a work of fiction about twin sisters, one of whom leaves small town Louisiana and “passes” for white only to find “no matter how far Stella disappears into the privileges of whiteness the realities of race deepen her silence”.

 The Fair and Uninterrupted ELECTION IS CRITICAL TO THE SURVIVAL OF THIS REPUBLIC.

#Rememberblacklivesdomatter!

 As the economy begins to open up please don’t forget our local black businesses that may not survive the shut- down. If you know of a business that could use your support, please call the church at 617 282 0685 and leave the name of the business and the service it provides. Here is the growing list of resources:

1. The Black Economic Council

2. Bootstrapbootcamp.com (develops entrepreneurs)

3. Frugalbookstore.net

4. www.supportblackowned.com

5. Natasha’s Body Butter (personal favorite of PK’s)

6. Lyndigo Spice, organic health seasoning, rubs and recipes by sister Celeste Croxton.

7. Dress with Confidence; one of a kind, tailor made ethnic outfits, designs and seamstress services. Also an impressive array of jewelry and handbags.

8. Delectable Deserts, bakery and one of a kind cakes of all kinds. Located in West. Roxbury.

9. Tiffany’s Transformations, nail and massage spa on River Street in Mattapan

10.               Kyra Hunter’s (Moda Deluxe Studio)Master stylist, blogger, hair and skin educator, influencer

11.               Ary’s Massage Therapy

Thank you Sister Keanna and others for helping to compile this list. More to come.

GMCC Headlines - August 29, 2020

·     Good Morning! This is the day the Lord has made. We shall rejoice and be Glad in It!

·     Thank you for this new day Lord. May we release our will to yours today to achieve your purposes in our lives. May we be thankful for our health, strength and for our family’s.

·      On behalf of Pastors Bruce and Karin Wall, the ministerial staff and the entire GMCC family we’re excited that you’re here. 

·     Shout out to all who continue to join us live stream.  Welcome to those who have just recently found us. Welcome back to 670 to those who are worshipping in person again. 

·     Thank you for cooperating with our safety protocols.  If you are new to our fellowship or if this is your first  experience with us let us know by making a comment on Pastor Wall’s fb page.

·      If you are listening on your cell, your tablet or logging on via Bostonpraiseradio.tv or Globalministriesboston.org, we are glad to be together. Each week we strive to improve our production of the service. Please give us your feedback.

·     Please see our website for current information regarding church activities. With that said, here are today’s headlines: 

HEADLINES:

Small groups are up and running. They are the third Saturday of every month.  Mark your calendar for September 19th. If you haven’t been assigned to a group leave a comment on fb live today or call the church at 617 282-0685

·      The truth is folks, Covid 19 is going to be with us for the foreseeable future. As citizens of these united states of America and as citizens of the Kingdom of God, Philipians 2:3 states that “in humility”  we are to think more highly of others than ourselves. 

·     Unless you have a medical reason that prevents you from wearing a mask, please for the next person, WEAR A MASK! If you have a condition that prevents you from wearing a mask, you may be at risk, in which case you should probably stay home. 

·      Pray for PPE, strength for the medical teams, stress on families, homelessness, decisions about reentering school, the unemployment rate and the upcoming flu season. 

·     Pray for any of our members or those in Codman Park who may be in need.

·     Pray for those who are in New Orleans, Florida and Texas, dealing with severe weather

·     Pray that the Lord would keep our voting right safe and that no one would succumb to obvious voter suppression tactics. 

·     Make sure you and those in your circle of family and friends vote. 

·     Pray for Boston Praise Radio and TV’s expansion and that it brings essential news information, culturally relevant Christian content.

·     Pray for the family of Breonna Taylor

·     Pray for the recovery of Jacob Blake and his family

·     Pray that the right story would be told about the protests in Kenosha Wisconsin. 

·     Last but not least pray for the family of our late brother Chadwick Boseman, the HBCU grad, immense talent, husband, son, gone too soon. Thank you for bringing Thurgood Marshall to life, Jackie Robinson, Da 5 Bloods, 21 Bridges, Message from the King and our beloved King T’Chilla.

·       Don’t let up on your own personal safety precautions:

·     1. Wear masks when outside. 2. Wash your hands a lot! 3. Continue to social distance. Remember any of us could have the virus and be asymptomatic and unknowingly bring the virus back to a loved one. Keep gatherings small even though I know the temptation is great to enjoy loved ones and friends after such a long time of separation. 4. Wipe down counter tops, table, stoves etc. at lease twice a day. 5. Take your shoes off at the door. 6. Try not to bring the outside in the house with you.   

·      During this time of separation we as pastors and leaders continue to pray for you and yours.  We ask that you pray for us as well. We pray for ways to minister in our community. 

·     Below are several ways that we have been staying in fellowship during the Covid crisis. All are welcome. For the early birds there is: 

·      6 am prayer Monday- Friday & Saturday at 7am. (605-313-4197) Access code: 609259. This week’s challenge is for 5 more people to join the prayer squad at least 2 days this week. 

·     Ok, can’t make it at 6am? How about lunch time intercession?  Monday- Friday 12-12:30pm. Call in: 978 990 5000. Access Code: 350413#.  This week’s challenge is for 5 more people to join the prayer squad at least 3 days this week.  

·     7pm Prayer meeting, which can be seen on Pastor Bruce’s fb page, or going to globalministriesboston.org and click live stream  I John 5:14 (tells us) “this is the confidence that we have in him, that, if we ask any thing according to his will, he heareth us”

·     The Book Club folks will be meeting again this Wednesday night at 7. We will be coming together to discuss our next steps, either a new book or a discussion series. If you have any ideas please make your suggestion to PK, Sister Glynnette, or even reach out to Sister Nyesha Motley (with suggestions) If you would like to share your thoughts, join this Wednesday discussion. 

 THIS  Fair and Uninterrupted ELECTION IS CRITICAL TO THE SURVIVAL OF THIS REPUBLIC. 

#Rememberblacklivesdomatter!

As the economy begins to open up please don’t forget our local black businesses that may not survive the shut- down.  If you know of a business that could use your support, please call the church at 617 282 0685 and leave the name of the business and the service it provides. Here is the growing list of resources:

1.  The Black Economic Council

2.  Bootstrapbootcamp.com (develops entrepreneurs)

3.  Frugalbookstore.net

4.  www.supportblackowned.com

Thank you Sister Keanna for pulling this list together. More to come.

GMCC Headlines 8/23/20

August 23, 2020

·     Good Morning! This is the day the Lord has made. We shall rejoice and be Glad in It!

·     On behalf of Pastors Bruce and Karin Wall, the ministerial staff and the entire GMCC family we’re excited that you’re with us. 

·     Shout out to all who join us via live stream, and welcome to those who have just recently found us. We hope to see you in person. We have reopened the doors to our church and of course we welcome back the GMCC members and frequent visitors. For those of you who are new to our fellowship or joining us online, Let us know by making a comment on Pastor Bruce Wall’s FB page during service.

     ·      If you are listening on your cell, your tablet or logging on via Bostonpraiseradio.tv or Globalministriesboston.org, we are glad to be together. Each week we strive to improve our production of the service. Please give us your feedback.

Thank you to everyone who attended our Small Group Fellowship. It was a great time of learning and fellowship. Our next group is 9/19/2020 check your email for the reminder. If you do not see it OR if YOU know we don’t have your email, please contact your small group deacon team. Again, they are: Deacons Rene and Carlos, Auvrel and Kingsley and Salahaldin and Edna Seay. If you haven’t been assigned to a group leave a comment on fb live today or call the church at 617 282-0685

·     Please see our website for current information regarding church activities. With that said, here are today’s headlines: 

HEADLINES:

·      The truth is folks, COVID 19 is going to be with us for the foreseeable future. As citizens of these united states of America and as citizens of the Kingdom of God,     Philippians 2:3 states that “in humility” “ we are to think more highly of others than ourselves.” Unless you have a medical reason that prevents you from wearing a mask, please for the next person, WEAR A MASK! If you have a condition that prevents you from wearing a mask, you may be at a higher risk, if so, you want to consider staying safe inside. 

·       Don’t let up on your own personal safety precautions:

·     1. Wear masks when outside. 

·     2. Wash your hands a lot! 

·     3. Continue to social distance. 

·     4. Wipe down high traffic surfaces at least twice a day. 

·     5. Take your shoes off at the door. 

·     6. Try not to bring the outside in the house with you.  

·     I know how tempting it is to be around loved ones we have been missing but keep your gatherings small. Remember any of us could have the virus and be asymptomatic and unknowingly bring the virus back to a loved one. 

·      There are free testing sites throughout Mass. If you believe you should be tested please take yourself to one of the free testing sites. You do not have to be symptomatic to get tested. 

·      During this time of separation, we as pastors and leaders continue to pray for you and yours. We ask that you pray for us as well, as we pray for ways to minister in our community. 

·     The following are several ways that we have been staying in fellowship during the COVID crisis. All are welcome. For the early birds there is: 

·      Monday- Friday 6 am prayer & Saturday at 7am.

·     (605-313-4197) Access code: 609259. This week’s challenge is for 5 more people to join the prayer squad at least 2 days this week. 

·     Ok, can’t make it at 6am? How about lunch time intercession? Monday- Friday 12-12:30pm. Call in: 978 990 5000. Access Code: 350413#. This week’s challenge is for 5 more people to join the prayer squad at least 3 days this week. 

·     Friday night Prayer meeting at 7pm, which can be seen on Pastor Bruce’s fb page, or by going to globalministriesboston.org and click live stream  I John 5:14 (tells us) “this is the confidence that we have in him, that, if we ask any thing according to his will, he heareth us”

Be sure to get out and vote the Primary is September 1st. You can either go in person, mail in your ballot or hand deliver your ballot off at your local election office. 

THIS is A CRITICAL ELECTION REMEMBER 

#blacklivesdomatter! #DON’TBEASILENTWITNESS 

·     Prayer request: Continue to Pray for PPE, strength for the medical teams, stress on families, homelessness, the unemployment rate, and the upcoming flu season. 

·     Pray for the upcoming school season that is about to begin. Ask God to watch over and protect all those who will be attending either remotely, a hybrid model or in person. 

·     Pray for the families and loved ones who have been injured or killed in the recent uptick of motor vehicle accidents.

·     Pray for a heart change for America or anywhere injustice exists

·     Pray for the leadership of this current administration. As the economy begins to open up please don’t forget our local black businesses that may not survive the shut- down. If you know of a business that could use your support, please call the church at 617 282 0685 and leave the name of the business and the service it provides

If you would like more information about what plans are being made to help Boston’s economic recovery contact Minister Priscilla Flint Banks, Brother Lo or reach out to The Black Boston Coalition at their website: 

Blackbostoncoalition.org or by email: 

Info@ blackbostoncoalition.org

You can also hear Minister Priscilla on The BEJI report and People Power with Priscilla on Boston Praise Radio and TV

GMCC Headlines 8/2/20

August 2, 2020

·    Good Morning! This is the day the Lord has made. We shall rejoice and be Glad in It!

·    Thank you for this new day Lord. May we release our will to yours today to achieve your purposes in our lives. May we be thankful for our health, strength and for our family’s.

·     On behalf of Pastors Bruce and Karin Wall, the ministerial staff and the entire GMCC family we’re excited that you’re here.

·    Shout out to all who join us via live stream. Welcome to those who have just recently found us. We hope to see you in person when we reopen the doors and of course welcome back to the gmcc members and frequent visitors. If you are new to our fellowship or if this is your first online service with us. Let us know by making a comment on Pastor Bruce Wall’s page during service.

·     If you are listening on your cell, your tablet or logging on via Bostonpraiseradio.tv or Globalministriesboston.org, we are glad to be together. Each week we strive to improve our production of the service. Please give us your feedback.

·    This Tuesday (August 4th at 6:30pm) there will be a Zoom meeting with everyone invited to discuss our plans for reopening the church and to answer questions. Please see your bulletin for the link to the Zoom meeting invitation. I suggest you check for the invitation TODAY just to make sure it’s there. IF you do not see it OR if YOU know we don’t have your email please contact your small group deacon team. Again, they are: Deacons Rene and Carlos, Auvrel and Kingsley and Sahaladin and Edna Seay.

·    Please see our website for current information regarding church activities. With that said, here are today’s headlines:

HEADLINES:

Small groups are up and running. They are the third Saturday of every month. Please block that out on your calendar so it does not come as a surprise to you in August. If you haven’t been assigned to a group leave a comment on fb live today or call the church at 617 282-0685

·     The truth is folks, Covid 19 is going to be with us for the foreseeable future. As citizens of these united states of America and as citizens of the Kingdom of God,     Philipians 2:3 states that “in humility” we are to think more highly of others than ourselves. Unless you have a medical reason that prevents you from wearing a mask, please for the next person, WEAR A MASK! If you have a condition that prevents you from wearing a mask, you may be at risk, in which case you should probably stay inside. Pray for PPE, strength for the medical teams, stress on families, homelessness, decisions about reentering school, the unemployment rate and the upcoming flu season.

·      Don’t let up on your own personal safety precautions:

·    1. Wear masks when outside. 2. Wash your hands a lot! 3. Continue to social distance. Remember any of us could have the virus and be asymptomatic and unknowingly bring the virus back to a loved one. Keep gatherings small even though I know the temptation is great to enjoy loved ones and friends after such a long time of separation. 4. Wipe down counter tops, table, stoves etc. at lease twice a day. 5. Take your shoes off at the door. 6. Try not to bring the outside in the house with you. 

·     There are free testing sites throughout Mass. If you believe you should be tested please take yourself to one of the free testing sites. You do not have to be symptomatic to get tested. 

·     During this time of separation we as pastors and leaders continue to pray for you and yours. We ask that you pray for us as well. We pray for ways to minister in our community.

·    Below are several ways that we have been staying in fellowship during the Covid crisis. All are welcome. For the early birds there is:

·     6 am prayer Monday- Friday & Saturday at 7am. (605-313-4197) Access code: 609259. This week’s challenge is for 5 more people to join the prayer squad at least 2 days this week.

·    Ok, can’t make it at 6am? How about lunch time intercession? Monday- Friday 12-12:30pm. Call in: 978 990 5000. Access Code: 350413#. This week’s challenge is for 5 more people to join the prayer squad at least 3 days this week. 

·    7pm Prayer meeting, which can be seen on Pastor Bruce’s fb page, or going to globalministriesboston.org and click live stream  I John 5:14 (tells us) “this is the confidence that we have in him, that, if we ask any thing according to his will, he heareth us”

·    Every Wednesday night at 7pm, we come together to read Relationship Goals by Michael Todd. What people are saying: “this book really fooled me. At my age I didn’t think I would be able to relate.” “This has become something I look forward to every Wednesday. I don’t know what I’m going to do when we finish the book.” “I love that we have women from all backgrounds, ages and experiences in the group”. “The church needs to make a space for women to talk about these things. If I had had this book when I was dating…”

·     We are on chapter 8. Text PK if you would like to be added to the Zoom invite list. At the conclusion of this book there will be a two week pause, then we will resume with another book or discussion series. TBD

 THIS ELECTION IS CRITICAL TO THE SURVIVAL OF THIS REPUBLIC and in fact the WORLD.

#Rememberblacklivesdomatter!

  ·    Prayer request: Continue to Pray for the family of Congressman John Lewis who passed away this week from pancreatic cancer at the age of 80. Pray for his replacement.

·    Pray for the running mate God has already selected for VP Biden. May she be the right person for the job at this time in the nation’s history.

·    Pray for a heart change for America or anywhere injustice exists. Ask God to blanket this city (and others) with a desire to pursue peace.

·    Pray for the leadership of Donald Trump. Pray for his advisors and all those who are part of this current administration. Our nation depends on it.

·    Lift up Dr. Anthony Fauci as he comes under increasing attack for advising the country about the pandemic.

As the economy begins to open up please don’t forget our local black businesses that may not survive the shut- down. If you know of a business that could use your support, please call the church at 617 282 0685 and leave the name of the business and the service it provides. Here is the growing list of resources:

1. The Black Economic Council

2. Bootstrapbootcamp.com (develops entrepreneurs)

3. Frugalbookstore.net

4. www.supportblackowned.com

Thank you Sister Keanna for pulling this list together. More to come.

If you would like more information about what plans are being made to help Boston’s economic recovery contact Minister Priscilla Flint Banks, Brother Lo or reach out to The Black Boston Coalition at their website:

Blackbostoncoalition.org or by email: Info@ blackbostoncoalition.org

You can also hear Minister Priscilla on The BEJI report and People Power with Priscilla on Boston Praise Radio and TV

GMCC Headlines July 26, 2020

July 26th, 2020

·    Good Morning! This is the day the Lord has made. We shall rejoice and be Glad in It!

·    Thank you for this new day Lord. May we release our will to yours today to achieve your purposes in our lives. May we be thankful for our health, strength and for our family’s.

·     On behalf of Pastors Bruce and Karin Wall, the ministerial staff and the entire GMCC family we’re excited that you’re here.

·    Shout out to all who join us via live stream. Welcome to those who have just recently found us. We hope to see you in person when we reopen the doors and of course welcome back to the gmcc members and frequent visitors. If you are new to our fellowship or if this is your first online service with us. Let us know by making a comment on Pastor Bruce Wall’s page.

·     If you are listening on your cell, your tablet or logging on via Bostonpraiseradio.tv or Globalministriesboston.org, we are glad to be together. Each week we strive to improve our production of the service. Please give us your feedback.

·    Please see our website for current information regarding church activities. With that said, here are today’s headlines:

HEADLINES:

Small groups are up and running. They are the third Saturday of every month. Please block that out on your calendar so it does not come as a surprise to you in August. If you haven’t been assigned to a group? Leave a comment on fb live today or call the church at 617 282-0685

·     The truth is folks, Covid 19 is going to be with us for the foreseeable future. As citizens of these united states of America and as citizens of the Kingdom of God, Philipians 2:3 states that “in humility” we are to think more highly of others than ourselves. Unless you have a medical reason that prevents you from wearing a mask, please for the next person, WEAR A MASK! If you have a condition that prevents you from wearing a mask, you may be at risk, in which case you should probably stay inside. Pray for PPE, strength for the medical teams, stress on families, homelessness, decisions about reentering school, the unemployment rate and the upcoming flu season.

·      Don’t let up on your own personal safety precautions:

·    1. Wear masks when outside. 2. Wash your hands a lot! 3. Continue to social distance. Remember any of us could have the virus and be asymptomatic and unknowingly bring the virus back to a loved one. Keep gatherings small even though I know the temptation is great to enjoy loved ones and friends after such a long time of separation. 4. Wipe down counter tops, table, stoves etc. at lease twice a day. 5. Take your shoes off at the door. 6. Try not to bring the outside in the house with you. 

·     There are free testing sites throughout Mass. If you believe you should be tested please take yourself to one of the free testing sites. You do not have to be symptomatic to get tested. 

·     During this time of separation we as pastors and leaders continue to pray for you and yours. We ask that you pray for us as well. We pray for ways to minister in our community.

·    Below are several ways that we have been staying in fellowship during the Covid crisis. All are welcome.

·     6 am prayer Monday- Friday & Saturday at 7am. (605-313-4197) Access code: 609259

·     Monday- Friday 12-12:30pm. Call in: 978 990 5000. Access Code: 350413#, (This past week we slacked off noon time prayer a few days. Let’s get back to it and reengage this week more than ever). 

·    7pm Prayer meeting, which can be seen on Pastor Bruce’s fb page, or going to globalministriesboston.org and click live stream  I John 5:14 (tells us) “this is the confidence that we have in him, that, if we ask any thing according to his will, he heareth us”

·    Join the bookclub. Every Wednesday night at 7pm. The book we are now reading is Relationship Goals by Michael Todd. What people are saying: “this book really fooled me. At my age I didn’t think I would be able to relate.” “This has become something I look forward to every Wednesday. I don’t know what I’m going to do when we finish the book.” “I love that we have women from all backgrounds, ages and experiences in the group”. “The church needs to make a space for young women to talk about these things. If I had had this book when I was dating…”

·     We are on chapter 7. Text PK if you would like to be added to the Zoom invite list. 

THIS ELECTION IS CRITICAL TO THE SURVIVAL OF THIS REPUBlic.

#Rememberblacklivesdomatter!

·    Prayer request: Continue to Pray for the family of Congressman John Lewis who passed away this week from pancreatic cancer at the age of 80. Pray for his replacement.

·    Pray for the running mate that VP Biden selects. May she be the right person for the job at this time in the nations history.

·    Pray for a heart change for America or anywhere injustice exists. Ask God to blanket this city (and others) with a desire to pursue peace.

·    Pray for the leadership of Donald Trump. Pray for his advisors and all those who advise him. Our nation depends on it.

As the economy begins to open up please don’t forget our local black businesses that may not survive the shut- down. If you know of a business that could use your support, please call the church at 617 282 0685 and leave the name of the business and the service it provides. Here is the growing list of resources:

1. The Black Economic Council

2. Bootstrapbootcamp.com (develops entrepreneurs)

3. Frugalbookstore.net

4. www.supportblackowned.com

Thank you Sister Keanna for pulling this list together. More to come.

If you would like more information about what plans are being made to help Boston’s economic recovery contact Minister Priscilla Flint Banks, Brother Lo or reach out to The Black Boston Coalition at their website:

Blackbostoncoalition.org or by email: Info@ blackbostoncoalition.org

You can also hear Minister Priscilla on The BEJI report and People Power with Priscilla on Boston Praise Radio and TV

GMCC Headlines July 19, 2020

July 19th, 2020

·    Good Morning! This is the day the Lord has made. We shall rejoice and be Glad in It!

·    Thank you for this new day Lord. May we release our will to yours today to achieve your purposes in our lives. May we be thankful for our health, strength and for our family’s.

·     On behalf of Pastors Bruce and Karin Wall and the entire GMCC family we’re glad you’re here. Shout out to all who join us via live stream. Welcome to those who have just recently found us. We hope to see you in person when we reopen the doors and of course welcome back to the gmcc members and frequent visitors.  If you are new to our fellowship or if this is your first online service with us. Let us know by making a comment on Pastor Bruce Wall’s page.

·     If you are listening on your cell, your tablet or logging on via Bostonpraiseradio.tv or Globalministriesboston.org, we are glad to be together. Each week we strive to improve our production of the service. Please give us your feedback.

·    Please see our website for current information regarding church activities. With that said, here are today’s headlines:

HEADLINES:

Were you at your small group yesterday? I sure hope so. We had fun at ours. Haven’t been assigned to a group? Leave a comment on fb live today or call the church at 617 282-0685

·     The number of Covid cases continues to rise in Florida, Texas, South Carolina, and Arizona. Please pray for the residents of those states. Pray for PPE, strength for the medical teams, stress on families and whatever the Lord brings to mind. Don’t let up on your own personal safety precautions:

·    1. Wear masks when outside. 2. Wash your hands a lot! 3. Continue to social distance. Remember any of us could have the virus and be asymptomatic and unknowingly bring the virus back to a loved one. Keep gatherings small even though I know the temptation is great to enjoy loved ones and friends after such a long time of separation.  

·     There are free testing sites throughout Mass. If you believe you should be tested please take yourself to one of the free testing sites.  You do not have to be symptomatic to get tested.  

·     During this time of separation we as pastors and leaders continue to pray for you and yours. We pray for ways to minister in our community. Our outreach team misses very much the Friday evenings spent ministering in Codman Park. One way we can reenter this area of ministry is by starting to collect small personal items to be bagged along with gloves and masks for our friends in Codman Park. We are in the collection phase of this outreach, so please contribute the following needed items if you can; feminine items, deodorant, disinfectant wipes, soap, hand sanitizer, socks, large zip lock bags and bottled water. Items can be dropped off at the radio station on Friday nights between 6-8:30 pm.

·    If you cannot make it to the church and would like to arrange for a pick up of your items email robinsonauv@yahoo.com

·    Below are several ways that we have been staying in fellowship during the Covid crisis. All are welcome.

·     6 am prayer Monday- Friday & Saturday at 7am. (605-313-4197) Access code: 609259

·     Monday- Friday 12-12:30pm. Call in: 978 990 5000. Access Code: 350413#,  

·    7pm Prayer meeting, which can be seen on Pastor Bruce’s fb page, or going to globalministriesboston.org and click live stream  I John 5:14 (tells us) “this is the confidence that we have in him, that, if we ask any thing according to his will, he heareth us”

·    Join the bookclub.  Every Wednesday night at 7pm. The book we are now reading is Relationship Goals by Michael Todd. Don’t let the title fool you. There is something in this book for everyone!  We are on chapter 7.Text PK if you would like to be added to the Zoom invite list.

·    There will be a voter registration drive on July 25th in Grove Hall from 12-4pm. It is being hosted by the National Panhellenic Council (all 9 black Greek fraternities and sororities)

 THIS ELECTION IS CRITICAL TO THE SURVIVAL OF THIS REPUBLIC! DON’T SLEEP.

·    Praise Reports:  Even though we did not receive an award from the Community Preservation Commission, we have been meeting with them and are working on another proposal for restoration work on our building.  

·    Prayer request: Pray for the family of Congressman John Lewis who passed away this week from pancreatic cancer at the age of 80.

·    Pray for a heart change for America or anywhere injustice exists.  Ask God to blanket this city (and others) with a desire to pursue peace.

·    Pray for the leadership of Donald Trump. Pray for his advisors and all those who advise him. Our nation depends on it.

As the economy begins to open up please don’t forget our local black businesses that may not survive the shut- down. If you know of a business that could use your support, please call the church at 617 282 0685 and leave the name of the business and the service it provides. Here is the growing list of resources:

1. The Black Economic Council

2. Bootstrapbootcamp.com (develops entrepreneurs)

3. Frugalbookstore.net

4. www.supportblackowned.com

Thank you Sister Keanna for pulling this list together. More to come.

If you would like more information about what plans are being made to help Boston’s economic recovery contact Minister Priscilla Flint Banks, Brother Lo or reach out to The Black Boston Coalition at their website:

Blackbostoncoalition.org or by email: Info@ blackbostoncoalition.org


GMCC Headlines July 12, 2020

July 12, 2020

Good Morning!

·    Lord help us to be grateful for each breath you allow us to take; each step we make. May we allow our steps to be guided by you. May we be thankful for our health, strength and for our family’s. This is the day the Lord made. Let’s rejoice and be glad in it. On behalf of Pastors Bruce and Karin Wall and the entire GMCC family we’re glad you’re here. Shout out to all who join us via live stream. Welcome to those who have just recently found us. We hope to see you in person when we reopen the doors and of course welcome back to the gmcc members and frequent visitors.  

·     If you are listening on your cell, your tablet or logging on via Bostonpraiseradio.tv or Globalministriesboston.org, we are glad to be together. Each week we strive to improve our production of the service. Please give us your feedback.

·    Please see our website for current information regarding church activities. www.Globalministriesboston.org  With that said, here are today’s headlines:

HEADLINES:

·     Please pray for our brothers and sisters in Florida,Texas, South Carolina and Arizona as they are experiencing a spike in Covid 19 cases. Don’t let up on your own personal safety precautions.

·    1. Wear masks when outside. 2. Wash your hands frequently 3. Continue to social distance. Remember any of us could have the virus and be asymptomatic and unknowingly bring the virus back to a loved one. Keep gatherings small even though I know the temptation is great to enjoy loved ones and friends after such a long time of separation. 

·     There are free testing sites throughout Mass. If you believe you should be tested please take yourself to one of the free testing sites. You do not have to be symptomatic to get tested. Many of the health centers and minute clinics are testing for free. Some require an appointment so call ahead.

·     During this time of separation we as pastors and leaders continue to pray for you and yours. We pray for ways to minister in our community. Our outreach team misses very much the Friday evenings spent ministering in Codman Park. One way we can reenter this area of ministry is by starting to collect small personal items to be bagged along with gloves and masks for our friends in Codman Park. Examples of things needed are feminine items, deodorant, disinfectant wipes, soap, hand sanitizer, socks, large zip lock bags and bottled water. Items can be dropped off at the radio station on Sunday mornings, while Pastor, Pastor Hobbs and Eric are live in the studio. Friday nights just prior to prayer meeting between 6-7:00 pm things can also be dropped off.

·    If you cannot make it to the church and would like to arrange for a pick up of your items email robinsonauv@yahoo.com

·    Below are several ways that we have been staying in fellowship during the Covid crisis. All are welcome.

·     6 am prayer Monday- Friday & Saturday at 7am. (605-313-4197) Access code: 609259

·     Monday- Friday 12-12:30pm. Call in: 978 990 5000. Access Code: 350413#

·    7pm Prayer meeting, which can be seen on Pastor Bruce’s fb page, or going to globalministriesboston.org and click live stream 1John 5:14 (tells us) “this is the confidence that we have in him, that, if we ask any thing according to his will, he heareth us”

·    Small groups are up and should be meeting on Saturday July 18th. See a Deacon for more information. Deacons are: Rene and Carlos, Sahaladin and Edna, Auvrel and Kingsley. Scroll down for information on Small Groups.

·    Join our Book-club every Wednesday night at 7pm. The book we are now reading is Relationship Goals by Michael Todd. Don’t let the title fool you. There is something in this book for everyone! Text PK if you would like to be added to the Zoom invite list. This week we are reading chapter 6. There are attendees from 30-67, from Boston, Detroit, North Carolina and Atlanta. We’d love to have you.

·    Yesterday we had a fun and lively but brief trivia game consisting of “Things Your Mom Might Say”. Followed by a discussion on: What is the Biblical Response to Injustice? Together we examined scripture and talked about how we as Christians can step forward during times of injustice. 

Are you registered to vote? Yes? Great! VOTE!

Help someone else get registered.

 Plan to help someone to get to the polls or vote by mail if needed.

THIS ELECTION IS CRITICAL TO THE SURVIVAL OF THIS REPUBLIC! DON’T SLEEP.

·    Praise Reports: Even though we did not receive an award from the Community Preservation Commission, we have been meeting with them and are working on another proposal for restoration work on our building.  

·    Pray for a heart change for America or anywhere injustice exists. Ask God to blanket this city (and others) with a desire to pursue peace.

·    Pray that God would provide a prophet like Nathan for Donald Trump just as he did for King David when he needed an advisor, accountability, and confrontation for his acts. “What does the Lord require of you. To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God” Micah 6:8.

As the economy begins to open up please don’t forget our local black businesses that are struggling during the shut- down. If you know of a business that could use your support, please call the church at 617 282 0685 and leave the name of the business and the service it provides.

One of the ideas that came out of the Breakfast yesterday was a commitment to compile the list of black businesses and make it available to the church

If you would like more information about what plans are being made to help Boston’s economic recovery contact Minister Priscilla Flint Banks, Brother Lo or reach out to The Black Boston Coalition at their website:

Blackbostoncoalition.org or by email: Info@ blackbostoncoalition.org

Last but not least. Happy Birthday to all of our July babies! 


GMCC SMALL GROUP MEETINGS

Virtual Small Group Zoom Meetings June 20th, July 18th, August 15th and September 19th:

STUDY #1 - A Transformed Person - June 20th https://files.logoscdn.com/v1/files/44392383/content.pdf?signature=zsrPrqqNVIhMe-8LmLASNHTwCsc

STUDY #2 - A Transformed Family - July 18th https://www.andrewcorbett.net/studies/acts-of-transformation/Acts%20of%20Transformation%20-%20Study%202.pdf

STUDY #3 - A Transformed Church - August 15th https://www.andrewcorbett.net/studies/acts-of-transformation/Acts%20of%20Transformation%20-%20Study%203.pdf

STUDY #4 - A Transformed Community - September 19th https://www.andrewcorbett.net/studies/acts-of-transformation/Acts%20of%20Transformation%20-%20Study%204.pdf

Suggestions:

Do the lesson before your Small Group. Then you will have more time for discussion and questions. 

Print out the lesson if you can so you don't have to keep switching back and forth from on screen to another. 

Get excited and see what God does for you!

GMCC Headlines July 5, 2020

July 5, 2020

·    Good Morning!

·    Lord help us to be grateful for each breath you allow us to take; each step we make. May we allow our steps to be guided by you. May we be thankful for our health, strength and for our family’s. This is the day the Lord made. Let’s rejoice and be glad in it. On behalf of Pastors Bruce and Karin Wall and the entire GMCC family we’re glad you’re here. Shout out to all who join us via live stream. Welcome to those who have just recently found us. We hope to see you in person when we reopen the doors and of course welcome back to the gmcc members and frequent visitors.  

·     If you are listening on your cell, your tablet or logging on via Bostonpraiseradio.tv or Globalministriesboston.org, we are glad to be together. Each week we strive to improve our production of the service. Please give us your feedback.

·    Please see our website for current information regarding church activities. With that said, here are today’s headlines:

HEADLINES:

·     Please pray for our brothers and sisters in Florida,Texas, South Carolina and Arizona as they are experiencing a spike in Covid 19 cases. Don’t let up on your own personal safety precautions.

·    1. Wear masks when outside. 2. Wash your hands a lot! 3. Continue to social distance. Remember any of us could have the virus and be asymptomatic and unknowingly bring the virus back to a loved one. Keep gatherings small even though I know the temptation is great to enjoy loved ones and friends after such a long time of separation. 

·     There are free testing sites throughout Mass. If you believe you should be tested please take yourself to one of the free testing sites. You do not have to be symptomatic to get tested. 

·     During this time of separation we as pastors and leaders continue to pray for you and yours. We pray for ways to minister in our community. Our outreach team misses very much the Friday evenings spent ministering in Codman Park. One way we can reenter this area of ministry is by starting to collect small personal items to be bagged along with gloves and masks for our friends in Codman Park. Examples of things needed are feminine items, deodorant, disinfectant wipes, soap, hand sanitizer, socks, large zip lock bags and bottled water. Items can be dropped off at the radio station on Friday nights between 6-8:30 pm.

·    If you cannot make it to the church and would like to arrange for a pick up of your items email robinsonauv@yahoo.com

·    Below are several ways that we have been staying in fellowship during the Covid crisis. All are welcome.

·     6 am prayer Monday- Friday & Saturday at 7am. (605-313-4197) Access code: 609259

·     Monday- Friday 12-12:30pm. Call in: 978 990 5000. Access Code: 350413#

·    7pm Prayer meeting, which can be seen on Pastor Bruce’s fb page, or going to globalministriesboston.org and click live stream 1John 5:14 (tells us) “this is the confidence that we have in him, that, if we ask any thing according to his will, he heareth us”

·    Small groups are up and running again the 3rd Saturday of the month. See a Deacon for more information. Deacons are: Rene and Carlos, Sahaladin and Edna, Auvrel and Kingsley.

·    Join our bookclub every Wednesday night at 7pm. The book we are now reading is Relationship Goals by Michael Todd. Don’t let the title fool you. There is something in this book for everyone! Text PK if you would like to be added to the Zoom invite list.

·    Save the date: July 11th will be our next “Breakfast with a Purpose”. If you would like to help craft it; have ideas for topics or activities please let Sister Lauren, PK or Auvrel Shelton know. You can roll out of bed and onto your phone, tablet or lap top. Bring your breakfast along and get ready to have some fun. The morning will start off with some trivia followed by a discussion: The topic will be What is the Biblical Response to Injustice? Some might ask Is there a Biblical response to injustice? Zoom invite will be sent by Wednesday to all ladies.

Are you registered to vote? Yes? Great!

Help someone else get registered. Plan to help someone to get to the polls or vote by mail if needed.

THIS ELECTION IS CRITICAL TO THE SURVIVAL OF THIS REPUBLIC! DON’T SLEEP.

·    Praise Reports: Even though we did not receive an award from the Community Preservation Commission, we have been meeting with them and are working on another proposal for restoration work on our building. 

·    What should the role of the Christian be in response to injustice and oppression?

·    Pray for a heart change for America or anywhere injustice exists. Ask God to blanket this city (and others) with a desire to pursue peace.

·    Pray that God would provide a prophet like Nathan for Donald Trump just as he did for King David when he needed an advisor, accountability, and confrontation for his acts. “What does the Lord require of you. To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God” Micah 6:8.

As the economy begins to open up please don’t forget our local black businesses that may not survive the shut- down. If you know of a business that could use your support, please call the church at 617 282 0685 and leave the name of the business and the service it provides.

If you would like more information about what plans are being made to help Boston’s economic recovery contact Minister Priscilla Flint Banks, Brother Lo or reach out to The Black Boston Coalition at their website:

Blackbostoncoalition.org or by email: Info@ blackbostoncoalition.org

Last but not least. Happy Birthday to all of our July babies! Stay blessed, happy and healthy.

GMCC Headlines for June 28, 2020

·    This is the day the Lord made. Let’s rejoice and be glad in it.  On behalf of Pastors Bruce and Karin Wall and the entire GMCC family we’re glad you’re here!

·    Staying active in your faith and fellowshipping is critical during this time of physical separation. Being present on Sunday mornings helps us all to stay spiritually nourished and connected. We are so happy that you have chosen to be an active part of your church body during this pandemic and the upheaval in this nation and around the world.

·    Whether you are a church member, a frequent visitor or have just recently found us over the last 3 months through worship and fellowship we hope you are blessed.  

·     If you are listening on your cell, your tablet or logging on via Bostonpraiseradio.tv or Globalministriesboston.org, we are glad to be together. Each week we strive to improve our production of the service. Please give us your feedback.

·    Please see our website for current information regarding church activities. With that said, here are today’s headlines:

HEADLINES:

We trust you enjoyed your Father’s Day and Juneteenth celebration.

·     Please pray for our brothers and sisters in Florida and Dallas as they are experiencing a spike in Covid cases. Don’t let up on your own personal safety precautions.

·    1. Wear masks when outside. 2. Wash your hands a lot! 3. Continue to social distance. Remember any of us could have the virus and be asymptomatic and unknowingly bring the virus back to a loved one.

·     There are free testing sites throughout Mass. If you believe you should be tested please take yourself to one of the free testing sites.   

·     During this time of separation we as pastors and leaders continue to pray for you and yours; pray for ways to minister in our community and pray for God’s direction as we plan to reopen the physical structure at 670 Washington Street.

·    Below are several ways that we have been staying in contact. All are welcome.

·     6 am prayer Monday- Friday & Saturday at 7am. (605-313-4197) Access code: 609259

·    12pm prayer Monday- Friday Monday-Friday 12-12:30pm. Call in: 978 990 5000. Access Code: 350413#,  

·    7pm Prayer meeting, which can be seen on Pastor Bruce’s fb page, or going to globalministriesboston.org and click live stream 1John 5:14 (tells us) “this is the confidence that we have in him, that, if we ask any thing according to his will, he heareth us”

·    Small groups are up and running again the 3rd Saturday of the month. See a Deacon for more information. Deacons are: Rene and Carlos, Sahaladin and Edna, Auvrel and Kingsley.

·    Join our bookclub every Wednesday night at 7pm. The book we are now reading is Relationship Goals by Michael Todd. Don’t let the title fool you. There is something in this book for everyone! Text PK if you would like to be added to the Zoom invite list.

·    Save the date: July 10th will be our next Breakfast with a Purpose. If you would like to help craft it; have ideas for topics or activities please let Sister Lauren, PK or Auvrel Shelton know.

Are you registered to vote? Yes. Great.

Help someone else get registered. Plan to help someone to get to the polls or vote by mail if needed.

THIS ELECTION IS CRITICAL TO THE SURVIVAL OF OUR REPUBLIC! DON’T SLEEP.

·    Praise Reports:  For the restart of the Small Groups. Brother Curtis continues to recover. Praise God! He is home.

·    What should the role of the Christian be in response to injustice? Pray for a heart change for America or anywhere injustice exists.  Ask God to blanket this city (and others) with a peace that passes ALL human understanding.

·    Pray that God would provide a Nathan for Donald Trump just as he did for King David when he needed an advisor, accountability and confrontation for his acts. “What does the Lord require of you. To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God” (Micah 6:8)

·    If you acknowledge July 4th as Independence Day, enjoy your family and be safe. PastorKgmccboston@gmail.com

As the economy begins to open up please don’t forget our local black businesses that may not survive the shut down. We’re compiling a list of black businesses to support. If you know of a business that could use our support please call the church at 617 282 0685 and leave the information.

If you would like more information about what plans are being made to help Boston recover contact Minister Priscilla Flint Banks or reach out to The Black Boston Coalition at their website:

Blackbostoncoalition.org or by email: Info@ blackbostoncoalition.org

GMCC Headlines June 21, 2020

·    Greetings on this Lord’s day. On behalf of Pastors Bruce and Karin Wall and the entire GMCC family. Staying active in your faith and fellowshipping is critical during this time of physical separation. Being present on Sunday mornings helps us all to stay spiritually nourished and connected. We are so happy that you have chosen to be an active part of your church body during this pandemic and the upheaval in this nation and around the world.

·    Whether you are a church member, a frequent visitor or have just recently found us over the last 3 months. Through worship and fellowship we hope you are blessed.   If you are listening on your cell, your tablet or logging on via Bostonpraiseradio.tv or Globalministriesboston.org, we are glad to be together. Each week we strive to improve our production of the service. Please give us your feedback.

·    I refer you to our website or the church bulletin for updates on what’s going on at Global Ministries Christian Church and the city…. but here are the 

HEADLINES:

Happy Father’s Day! A Happy Father’s Day shout out to all of the dads within the sound of my voice! If no one else has said it to you lately we appreciate you!

·     We are seeing a spike in Covid cases in certain populations in Mass. There are free testing sites throughout Mass. If you believe you should be tested please take yourself to one of the free testing sites. Remain socially distanced, limit your interaction with others, wash your hands several times a day and wear face masks. 

·     Prayer is more important now than ever. Even though the economy is reopening, don’t become lax with prayer now that it seems the crisis is over. It is not! I want to challenge each of you to join one of the following prayer opportunities AT LEAST ONCE A WEEK. If you cannot commit to one in particular, mix it up: 6 am prayer one day, noon prayer on another day and prayer meeting on Friday. Please note. The call in numbers for morning prayer and noon time prayer are different.

·    1.  Monday-Friday @ 6AM and Saturdays at 7AM (605-313-4197) Access code: 609259

·    2. Monday-Friday 12-12:30pm. Call in: 978 990 5000. Access Code: 350413#

·    3. We invite you to prayer meeting from 7:00-8:30pm on Friday nights. Can be seen on Pastor’s face book page, ROKU and Apple TV.

 1John 5:14 (tells us) “this is the confidence that we have in him, that, if we ask any thing according to his will, he heareth us”

Are you registered to vote? Yes. Great. Help someone else get registered. Plan to help someone to get to the polls or vote by mail if needed.

THIS ELECTION IS CRITICAL TO THE SURVIVAL OF OUR REPUBLIC! DON’T SLEEP.

·    Praise Reports:  For the restart of the Small Groups. Each of them met yesterday. The fellowship was fruitful and it was great to see each other. Remember in prayer: Brother Curtis Shelton, Sister Glynnette’s brother and sister in law, Betty Smith, Sister Sandra Hamler and Brother Scott.

·    Dr. King said  in his famous Mountain Top speech,              “ Somewhere I read of the freedom assembly. Somewhere I read of the freedom of speech. Somewhere I read of the freedom of the press. …America we’re not asking for anything special, we’re just asking that you be true to what you wrote on paper”.

·    What should the role of the Christian be in response to injustice? Pray for a heart change for America or anywhere injustice exists.  Ask God to blanket this city (and others) with a peace that passes ALL human understanding.

·    Pray that God would provide a Nathan for Donald Trump just as he did for King David when he needed accountability and confrontation for his acts.

·    Happy Juneteenth Everyone! For those who don’t know, Juneteenth commemorates the day that Union General, Gordon Granger arrived in Galveston, Texas to let some 250,000 slaves know that The Emancipation Proclamation had been signed into law on Jan.1. 1863, thus ending slavery. They did not receive this information until June 19thth 1865. That’s right! You do the math. Almost 2 ½ years later they were made aware of their freedom.

·    If you are in service today AND do not have a Deacon Team/ small group assigned to you please let us know and we will address it. Again contact PastorKgmccboston@gmail.com

·    The virtual Book Club has resumed. We are meeting on Wednesdays at 7pm.  We are reading Relationship Goals: how to win at dating, marriage and sex, by Pastor Michael Todd.  This week we will be focusing on chapters 2-3. Please read in advance.  Reach out to PK or sister Glynnette if you are in need of the Zoom invite information OR if you need help logging on. This book discussion is being  co -facilitated by Nyesha Motley and PK.

This is our first intergenerational bookclub with participants 30-60 something and,  from Boston, Detroit, Atlanta and North Carolina. We’d love to have you.

·    Many thanks to my At The Table guest and friend Katrina Huff Larmond.  Katrina is an MSW, Professor at Simmons University School of Social Work, Boston University School of Social Work and Curry College. She is  a member of the Randolph Town Council a member of Delta Sigma Sorority Inc. and attends Concord Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev. Dr. Conley Hughes. She is a wealth of information on  the generational impact of systemic racism, oppression, injustice mental health and the educational learning gap. If you missed the live conversation you can always go to Youtube to hear the replay.

GMCC Headlines

June 14, 2020


·    Greetings on this Lord’s day. On behalf of Pastors Bruce and Karin Wall and the entire GMCC family, by staying active in your faith in part by not missing your Sunday morning worship service. We are so happy that you have chosen to be an active part of your church body during this pandemic and the upheaval in this nation and around the world.

·    Whether you are a church member, a frequent visitor or have just recently found us over the last 3 months. Through worship and fellowship we hope you are blessed.  If you are listening on your cell, your tablet or logging on via Bostonpraiseradio.tv or Globalministriesboston.org, we are glad to be together. Each week we strive to improve our production of the service. Please give us your feedback.

·    I refer you to our website or the church bulletin for updates on what’s going on at Global Ministries Christian Church and the city…. but here are the

HEADLINES:

·     It is still important to remain socially distanced, limit your interaction with others, wash your hands several times a day and wear face masks. 161,000.00 American have died from the Corona Virus thus far.

·     Now is not a time to slack on your daily prayer life. If anything, while we are in a holding pattern, teach yourself new spiritual disciplines and prayer is essential. I want to challenge each of you to join one of the following prayer opportunities AT LEAST ONCE A WEEK. If you cannot commit to one in particular, mix it up: 6 am prayer one day, noon prayer on another day and prayer meeting on Friday. Please note. The call in numbers for morning prayer and noon time prayer are different.

·    1. Monday-Friday @ 6AM and Saturdays at 7AM (605-313-4197) Access code: 609259

·    2. Monday-Friday 12-12:30pm. Call in: 978 990 5000. Access Code: 350413#

·    3. We invite you to prayer meeting from 7:00-8:30pm on Friday nights. Can be seen on Pastor’s face book page, ROKU and Apple TV.

 1John 5:14 (tells us) “this is the confidence that we have in him, that, if we ask any thing according to his will, he heareth us”

·    Praise Reports: Sister Glynnettes’s brother and sister in law as they continue to recover; Brother Curtis Shelton has been moved to a rehab facility. Praise God.

·    Continue to lift Brother Scott up in prayer.

·     Praise God for the recovery of sister Betty Eato Smith.

·    Lift up the Park Place Nursing home where Sis. Betty Eato Smith resides.

·    Dr. King said in his famous Mountain Top speech,              “ Somewhere I read of the freedom assembly. Somewhere I read of the freedom of speech. Somewhere I read of the freedom of the press. …America we’re not asking for anything special, we’re just asking that you be true to what you wrote on paper”. What should the role of the Christian be in response to injustice? Pray for a heart change for America or anywhere injustice exists. Ask God to blanket this city (and others) with a peace that passes ALL human understanding.

·    Pray that God would provide a Nathan for Donald Trump just as he did for King David when he needed accountability and confrontation for his acts.

·    If you are in service today AND do not have a Deacon Team/ small group assigned to you please let us know and we will address it. Again contact PastorKgmccboston@gmail.com

·    Yesterday 15 came together for a virtual “Breakfast With a Purpose”. Together we reflected on how glad we were to actually see each other. Each woman shared what the last 3 months have been like for them and how they have seen God move in spite of the turbulence and uncertainty.

·    The virtual Book Club has resumed at our usual time; Wednesday at 7pm. We are reading Relationship Goals: how to win at dating, marriage and sex, by Pastor Michael Todd. Read chapter 1 and be ready to discuss. Please reach out to PK or sister Glynnette if you are in need of the Zoom invite information OR if you need help logging on. This book discussion will cofacilitated by Nyesha Motley.

·    Also, Saturday, June 20 we will resume Small Groups. You should have heard by now from your “Deacon Team” about what time your group will be virtually meeting. IF you have not please reach out to Deacon Auvrel Shelton for directions.

·    Today on AT THE TABLE, our guest will be Katrina Huff-Larmond. Katrina is an MSW, Professor at Simmons University School of Social Work a member of the Randolph Town Council a member of Delta Sigma Theta sorority inc. and Concord Baptist Church where Dr. Conley Hughes is Pastor. She is married and has 1 son. Join us today from 2-3pm as we discuss a plethora of issues facing America related to race and policy. and perhaps even talk solutions. Find us on Tunein radio, Bostonpraiseradio.tv, or facebook

Happy birthday to all of our June babies.

GMCC Women's Ministry "Breakfast With A Purpose"


GMCC Headlines for 6/7/20

·    Greetings on this Lord’s day. On behalf of Pastors Bruce and Karin Wall and the entire GMCC family, by staying active in your faith in part by not missing your Sunday morning worship service. We are so happy that you have chosen to be an active part of your church body during this pandemic and the upheaval in this nation and around the world.

·    Whether you are a church member, a frequent visitor or have just recently found us during the pandemic, we plan to bless you, grow with you and have you actively engaged in the use of your gifts to uplift the body of Christ. If you are listening on your cell phone, your tablet or logging on via Bostonpraiseradio.tv or Globalministriesboston.org, we are glad to be together. Each week we strive to improve our production of the service. Please give us your feedback.

·    I refer you to our website or the church bulletin for updates onwhat’s going on at Global Ministries Christian Church and the city…. but here are the

HEADLINES:

·    Prayer is needed now more than ever. Even though things seem to have turned a corner and infection rates are down, we still have a ways to go. It is still important to remain socially distanced, limit your interaction with others, wash your hands several times a day and wear face masks.

·     Now is not a time to slack on your daily prayer life. If anything, while we are in a holding pattern, teach yourself new spiritual disciplines and prayer is essential. I want to challenge each of you to join one of the following prayer opportunities AT LEAST ONCE A WEEK. If you cannot commit to one in particular, mix it up: 6 am prayer one day, noon prayer on another day and prayer meeting on Friday. Please note. The call in numbers for morning prayer and noon time prayer are different.

·    1. Monday-Friday @ 6AM and Saturdays at 7AM (605-313-4197) Access code: 609259

·    2. Monday-Friday 12-12:30pm. Call in: 978 990 5000. Access Code: 350413#

·    3. We invite you to prayer meeting from 7:00-8:30pm on Friday nights. Can be seen on Pastor’s face book page, ROKU and Apple TV.

 1John 5:14 (tells us) “this is the confidence that we have in him, that, if we ask any thing according to his will, he heareth us”

·    Praise Reports: Sister Glynnettes’s brother and sister in law as they continue to recover; Brother Curtis Shelton has been moved to a rehab facility. Praise God.

·    Continue to lift Brother Scott up in prayer.

·     Praise God for the recovery of sister Betty Eato Smith.

·    Lift up the Park Place Nursing home where Sis. Betty Eato Smith resides.

·    Pray strategically for the young people in Boston as violence has spiked during the pandemic and particularly with the rise in temperature. Ask God to blanket this city (and others) with a peace that passes ALL human understanding.

·    Prayer that God would stem the tide of violence as protests OVER the unjust murders of black men and woman has LEAD to back lash towards the protesters and a seeming lack of understanding as to why the two justice systems in America are Un-just.

·    Pray the God would provide a Nathan for Donald Trump just as he did for King David when he needed accountability.

·    If you are in service today AND do not have a Deacon Team/ small group assigned to you please let us know and we will address it. Again contact PastorKgmccboston@gmail.com

·    Saturday, June 13th we will resume our monthly “Breakfast With a Purpose” (virtually). Here are a few questions for you to ask yourself. 1. What did I learn about myself during the pandemic? 2. How did I see God move in my life or my family’s life? 3. Did I try anything new during the quarantine?

·    The virtual bookclub will resume contact this Wednesday June 10th at 7pm. We will be reading Relationship Goals: how to win at dating, marriage and sex. by Pastor Michael Todd. Please reach out to PK or sister Glynnette if you are in need of the Zoom invite information OR if you need help logging on. This book discussion will co-facilitated by Nyesha Motley.

·    Thank you for the many anniversary well wishes that have poured in for Pastors Bruce and Karin. Thirty- three years and counting.

·    Happy birthday to all of our June babies.

GMCC Headlines for 5/31/20

·    Greetings on this Lord’s day. On behalf of Pastors Bruce and Karin Wall and the entire GMCC family, by staying active in your faith in part by not missing your Sunday morning worship service. We are so happy that you have chosen to be an active part of your church body during this pandemic.

·    Whether you are a church member, a frequent visitor or have just recently found us during the pandemic, we plan to bless you, grow with you and have you actively engaged in the use of your gifts to uplift the body of Christ. If you are listening on your cell phone, watching on your tablet or tuning in via Bostonpraiseradio.tv or Globalministriesboston.org, we are glad to be together. Each week we strive to improve our production of the service. Please give us your feedback.

·    I refer you to our website or the church bulletin for all of what’s going on at Global Ministries Christian Church and the city…. but here are the

HEADLINES:

·    Prayer is needed now more than ever. Even though things seem to have turned a corner and infection rates are down, we still have a ways to go. Remember that anxiety that you felt in the pit of your stomach a month ago when we were seeing daily increases in Covid 19 infections. It is still important to remain socially distanced, limit your interaction with others, wash your hands several times a day and wear face masks.

·     Now is not a time to slack on your daily prayer life. If anything while we are in a holding pattern, teach yourself new spiritual disciplines and prayer is essential. I want to challenge each of you to join one of the following prayer opportunities AT LEAST ONCE A WEEK. If you cannot commit to one in particular, mix it up: 6 am prayer one day, noon prayer on another day and prayer meeting on Friday.

·    1. Monday-Friday @ 6AM and Saturdays at 7AM (605-313-4197) Access code: 609259

·    2. Monday-Friday 12-12:30pm. Call in: 978 990 5000. Access Code: 350413#

·    3. We invite you to prayer meeting from 7:00-8:30pm on Friday nights. Can be seen on Pastor’s face book page, ROKU and Apple TV.

 1John 5:14 (tells us) “this is the confidence that we have in him, that, if we ask any thing according to his will, he heareth us”

·    Do we have any high school or college graduates among us? We know this graduation year will be like none other, but we still want to celebrate you. Please send your name, school you are graduating from along with the name of your degree or diploma to gmccofficestaff@gmail.com

·    We would like to congratulate Oare K. Wall who graduated yesterday from U.Mass Boston with a bachelors degree in Exercise Science in Physiology. God’s blessings on your life Oare. WE are proud of you.

·    Let’s make this list grow!

·    Praise Reports: Sister Glynnette’s brother and sister in law as they continue to recover; Brother Curtis Shelton will be transitioning to inpatient rehab this week. Praise God.

·    Continue to life Brother Scott up in prayer.

·     Praise God for the recovery of sister Betty Eato Smith.

·    Lift up the Park Place Nursing home where Sis. Betty Eato Smith resides.

·    Remember the Wise family as they grieve the loss a family member.

·    Pray strategically for the young people in Boston as violence has spiked during the pandemic and particularly with the rise in temperature. Ask God to blanket this city (and others) with a peace that passes ALL human understanding.

·    Prayer that God would stem the tide of violence as protests OVER the unjust murders of black men and woman has LEAD to back lash towards the protesters and a seeming lack of understanding as to why the two justice systems in Amerikkka is Un-just.

·    Pray the God would provide a Nathan for Donald Trump just as he did for King David when he needed accountability.

·    If you are in service today AND do not have a Deacon Team/ small group assigned to you please let us know and we will address it. Again contact PastorKgmccboston@gmail.com

·    Saturday, June 13th we will resume our monthly “Breakfast With a Purpose” (virtually). Details to come, but it’s time ladies, that we resume some activities. Here are a few questions for you to ask yourself. 1. What did I learn about myself during the pandemic? 2. How did I see God move in my life or my family’s life? 3. Did I try anything new during the quarantine? Please send your thoughts to PastorKgmccboston@gmail.com and be on the look out for a Zoom invite to plan the event on Tuesday, June 2 at 5pm.

·    The virtual bookclub will resume contact this Wednesday June 3rd at 7pm. We will be discussing next steps. We have not chosen a new book or activity yet. If you would like to be in on this discussion look out for a Zoom invite. As an fyi so far we are considering South Side Girls by M.Chatelain, Knowing the Names of God, by J.Smith Southerland and Becoming by non- other than our forever FLOTUS, Michelle Obama.

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GMCC Headlines - 5/24/20

·    Greetings on this Lord’s day. On behalf of Pastors Bruce and Karin Wall and the entire GMCC family,we are so happy that you have chosen to be an active part of your church body during this pandemic.

·    Whether you are a church member, a frequent visitor or have just recently found us during the pandemic, we are happy to be with you. If you are listening on your cell phone, watching on your tablet or tuning in via Bostonpraiseradio.tv or Globalministriesboston.org, we are glad to be together.

·    I refer you to our website or the church bulletin for all of what’s happening at Global Ministries Christian Church, but here are the

HEADLINES:

·    Prayer is needed now more than ever. Even though things seem to have turned a corner in terms of infection rates we still have a ways to go. Remember that anxiety that you felt in the pit of your stomach a month ago? Draw on that now to remind yourself of the importance of prayer. WE ARE IN A BATTLE and it is not over.  We invite you to 3 opportunities to pray with us. You do not have to be a gmcc member to take part in any of these options:

·    1.  Monday-Friday @ 6AM and Saturdays at 7AM (605-313-4197) Access code: 609259

·    2. Monday-Friday 12-12:30pm. Call in: 978 990 5000. Access Code: 350413#

·    3. We invite you to prayer meeting from 7:00-8:30pm on Friday nights. Can be seen on Pastor’s face book page, ROKU and Apple TV.

·    Thank you so much to all who participated in the 24 hour prayer.  Many are still recounting what an awesome time that was.   1 John 5:14 (tells us ) “this is the confidence that we have in him, that, if we ask any thing according to his will, he heareth us”

·    Do we have any high school or college graduates among us? We know this graduation year will be like none other, but we still want to celebrate you. Please send your name, school you are graduating from along with the name of your degree or diploma to gmccofficestaff@gmail.com

·    Praise Reports:  Sister Glynnette’s brother and sister in law as they continue to recover;  Brother Curtis Shelton and family as he improves daily. Praise God for the recovery of sister Betty Eato Smith.

·    Lift up the Park Place Nursing home where Sis. Betty Eato Smith resides.

·    Remember the Wise family as they have lost a family member.

·    Pray strategically for the young people in Boston as violence has spiked during the pandemic and particularly with the rise in temperature. Ask God to blanket this city (and others) with a peace that passes ALL human understanding.

·    If you are in service today AND do not have a Deacon Team/ small group assigned to you please let us know and we will address it. Again contact PastorKgmccboston@gmail.com

·    Saturday, June 13th we will resume our monthly “Breakfast With a Purpose” (virtually). Details to come, but it’s time ladies, that we resume some activities. Here are a few questions for you to ask yourself. 1. What did I learn about myself during the pandemic? 2. How did I see God move in my life or my family’s life? 3. Did I try anything new during the quarantine? Please send your thoughts to PastorKgmccboston@gmail.com

·    Last but not least we have just concluded the reading of the book FerVent by Priscilla Shirer. We highly recommend it. If you’d like an opinion on the experience feel free to ask, Glynette Scott, Karin Wall, Michele Porter, Lauren Wise, Nyesha Smith, Annia Gabriel, Candace Dolor or Rosheena Jones. We are on a two week break while we learn to apply the prayer strategies that we learned in our reading. We’re looking for other recommendations or fun activities. If you have a suggestion reach out to PK. As an fyi so far we are considering South Side Girls by M.Chatelain, Knowing the Names of God,by J.Smith Southerland and Becoming by none-other than our forever FLOTUS, Michelle Obama

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