We greet you in the matchless name of Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior! I am anticipating the week of October 23rd. It is so exciting to finally have the Church of the Living God Headquarters Complex come into fruition. I am packing my bags and getting in the car. I’ve seen pictures and heard the glorious stories of what is in store. I am ready to see it for myself and ready to shout unto God with the voice of triumph in the sanctuary. God has given our President General the anointing and vision to accomplish His purposes. We thank our Father God for blessing us with such a leader as our dear Bishop White. God bless you, Bishop! I want to see you at the C.L.G. 77th General Assembly, in Greensboro, N.C.,
It’s roll call time! I need updated information from every diocese president. Please email or call the National President before the New Year. The list will be posted in January. I am sure you don’t want to be caught without representation. Pass the word. If your diocese has no president, beseech your Bishop to appoint a worthy worker to get your diocese involved with the HYPBC.
Rev. Daniel Brown – PA United
Sis Charlie Stubbs – Out. Hands
Rev. William Sparrow – Ward
Min. Barbara Hooks – FL Gold
Min. Jackie Dixon – FL/Atlantic
Sis. Joan Holloway – RI
Sis. Veronica Williamson– Mid W
Elder Wm. Spratt – TN/MI
*Also there is only O N E Diocese President on the web site. Let’s show solidarity and conformity. Send yours today!
In this Issue:
What’s New Diocese
News and Stuff
Meet Min. Garry Herndon, Jr.
Download this newsletter from the web! houseofgodclg.org Read this from the web and print it out for your convenience.
Note: The topics are designed to provide curriculum for the Churches of the Living God HYPBC sessions for a six month time frame. As soon as a curriculum team is assembled we will go back to quarterly topics. You tailor the lessons according to the uniqueness of your church, and the ages and number of classes you have. Also, make lesson plans for the number of sessions you will have during the time period of this newsletter.
The Parables of Jesus Christ:
Parable Matthew Mark Luke
Primary(concrete) students respond to kinetics (touch) and visual stimulation. This is a good time to use sock and finger puppets for learning the story plots.
Elementary (concrete to abstract thought) students would benefit from participating in skits to understand the meaning of the parables. Teens & Young People (abstract thought) need a greater level of understanding to apply the parables to their lives.
*Regional Meeting Held (Go to Diocese Does Link to learn more.
*Want the HYPBC to come to your area? Please, email the president.
*To sign up to be an integral part of the HYPBC please email the president or fill out the questionnaire from the General Assembly. We need a curriculum team and web site workers.
Rev. Angela “Sis. Penny” Sullivan-Herndon
1317 Derry Street
Harrisburg, PA 17104
National Vice President:
Missionary Marilyn Davis
Rev. Joy Blake
Mission Statement To instruct our youth leaders and
Garry is the son of Rev. Angela Sullivan-Herndon and Min. Garry Herndon, Sr. He is the oldest of the Herndon siblings: Larry’s twin and one sister, Faith.
Garry will be graduating from Steelton-Highspire H.S. on June 5, 2006. He has participated in the marching band as the drum line captain, the performing drum line founder, concert band, starting second baseman & captain of the baseball team, and Young Achievers. Garry is currently attending Indiana University of PA. majoring in music.
Garry was saved and called to the ministry at the age of 11. He is a trustee in his local assembly, Hope of Glory Church of the Living God, where his grandmother, Rev. Carolyne Sullivan, is the pastor. Under Bishop Ivy Hopkins, Garry was licensed to be a local minister, June 2005. At seven months old, he got his first drum from Nana and he hasn’t stopped since. Garry has faithfully played the drums for the local, state, and national levels for many years. Garry is enlarging his territory by learning the organ and keyboard. Garry reads drum music, playing skillfully as the word states in Psalms 33:3. Garry has written over 100 songs. One of his songs was initially taught to Victory Outreach Christian Church choir & also in the National Music Conference Churches of the Living God. “Jesus Is The Only One For Me.” He has had the opportunity to work in a music studio as a music engineer. He has proven to be a dedicated servant of the Lord.
Garry was a recipient of the Spirit of Excellence Award, 2005, posed for a twin edition in Glimpse Magazine, and a participant in the 2006 City of Harrisburg’s Black History Showcase. Garry has been an employee of Hershey Park, McDonalds, and Grace Temple Learning Center. Garry’s newest joy is driving and waiting for his first car. Garry is family orientated and looks after his household.