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"Writing the Vision @ The Speed of Life!"

Like the sons of Issachar who had understanding of the times to know what the nation ought to do (I Chronicles 12:32); We, too, are Writing the Vision and Making it plain that they may run that read it (Habakkuk 2: 2 -4).


"The Harvest is Past, Summer is Ended and We are not Saved." -Jeremiah 8:20 (by Chair, Deacon Millicent Hoover

by: Tamera Randolph

09/06/2021

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The Harvest is Past,  Summer is Ended and  We are not Saved-Jeremiah 8:20 (by Deacon Millicent Hoover, Chair)

For the past 20 months, our entire world has seemingly been held hostage by the tight grip of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

We have come through the dark nights of winter and the dog days of summer where COVID, Death, and Depression are seemingly at every turn. Yes, one season of hope after another has passed, and the “looked-for deliverance” is nowhere in sight. Cancer

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"Grandmas Are Special" by Deacon Frances Jackson

by: Tamera Randolph

09/06/2021

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"Grandmas Are Special"

by Deacon Frances Jackson

Grandmas are special people.  Grandma is the matriarch of the family.  She knows how to make her grandchildren feel special.  She bonds with her grandchildren while developing a fun-loving, dynamic relationship that involves lots of warmth, care and love.

A grandma should try to do something with her grandchildren that their parents wouldn’t normally do.  Perhaps spend time together watching a good movie or have the grandchild

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How Much Better To Get Wisdom Than Gold,..

by: Tamera Randolph

07/30/2021

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By Nadine Jackson

How much better to get wisdom than gold, to get insight rather than silver! Proverbs 16:16.  

 In case you are not aware, the statistics for the 2021 school year, pertains to 80,081 Pre-K to 12th grade students in Baltimore.  17% of our students are proficient in math in comparison to 41% in the state of Maryland and 17% are proficient in reading in comparison to 41% proficient in the state of Maryland.  These statistics are largely in part due to the 2021

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The Importance of Education

by: Tamera Randolph

07/30/2021

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The Importance of Education

By Jessica A. White

 

Education serves many purposes to everyone. If you ask me, the purpose of education is continued development. Education is the gateway to life. I believe learning never stops. One can learn from anyone and anything around them. I’m most excited on days I’ve learned something new. Often, I’m so excited I seek others to share the new discovery. The three most important purposes of education are forward progression, personal deve

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"I Am A Proud Father Today!" by Bro. Anthony Thomas

by: Tamera Randolph

05/29/2021

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I am a 50-year-old man with two kids.  I have a daughter 16 named Triniti' and my son Anthony Jr, 14.  They are my world!  

Being a father has been a great experience filled with mountains of responsibility that has changed my life in every way.  I have  such a strong bond with both my children and my ex-wife, their mother.  Together we have instilled many virtues such as manners, respect, understanding, and love into our children’s lives.

The role of a father is to protect,

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I Am My Brothers' Keeper By Deacon Phillip Randolph, Sr.

by: Tamera Randolph

05/29/2021

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"Am I my brother's keeper?" This was Cain’s response after God first asked him “where is Abel thy brother?”  The question is probably remembered by many being asked of Cain by God in Genesis 4:9.

 I answer that question with a resounding, "YES!" Great accomplishments, benefits, progress, wellbeing, and love are more readily available when men, brothers; young and old come together on one accord and decide to lock arms together and take their rightful place as leaders in our

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Who Woke ?

by: Johnny Golden

05/03/2021

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Leisurely lounging on the sofa one recent Sunday afternoon my wife entered the space and I faintly heard her ask, “are you sleep?” Arousing from my 40 winks -now minus a few - I incoherently and unintelligibly mumbled something to the effect of “No, whatz up, I’m woke”.

Linguistically and socially the concept of “wokeness” has exploded within the culture –  and there is virtually no venue where the term is not invoked. For opponents of its use, the over-arching thrust behin

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MOTHERHOOD by Deacon Rhonda Thomas

by: Tamera Randolph

04/29/2021

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Motherhood

Being a Mom for over 35 years has been quite rewarding. I mean it hasn’t always been easy but my good days certainly have outweighed the bad. Having five kids is a challenge because you have different personalities. One likes this, one likes that, but you make it work. 

When I had my first child my sister gave me a book written by a gentleman by the name of Dr. Spock. I appreciated it but I never read it. I just believed that motherhood comes natural, and I was ri

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Sister to Sister by Rev. Wanda Golden

by: Tamera Randolph

04/29/2021

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Sister to Sister 

There is something wonderful and exhilarating about a room full of “Sistas” encouraging, supporting, loving, praying for one another, and growing in Grace together. A safe and sacred place where all masks can be removed and allowed to be who we are.

I believe it is so important for every woman and girl to develop healthy, strong support systems, a sisterhood that will encourage you to be the best representation of the divinity within; an inherent right bel

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The Cross The Center of My Joy by Deacon Tamera Randolph

by: Johnny Golden

04/02/2021

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When I survey the Wondrous Cross, the emblem of suffering and shame.

How I love that old, rugged cross, it serves as a constant reminder of Jesus’

Great Love and Compassion, Sacrifice and Suffering!

 When I think about that old, rugged cross, where the dearest and best,

for a world of lost sinners was slain; I am deeply hurt and humbled.  I cannot stand before the cross,

I must kneel in Its glorious presence, the guilt overwhelms me, it was for my sins that he died.

 Recently we

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The Colors of Prayer by Minister Catherine Giles

by: Johnny Golden

04/02/2021

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Can You Imagine the Color of Prayers?

 

            See what I see in the image of floating, illuminating expressions of prayers… 

hovering over the atmosphere, soaring into the heavenly doors.  

Colors of Red, Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange, Purple, Brown and Black, 

Blending mixtures of brightness surround the Son as it Warms your heart.  

The softness of the anointing meadow of gold pouring over flavorful Words.

            See the powder of pastel gray mist (Holy Spirit) holding

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A Call to Action!

by: Johnny Golden

03/23/2021

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Leaders and people of goodwill must condemn violence - in all of its forms - against others here, there, everywhere.Now is NOT the time for silence. The humanitarian crisis at the southern border which the Biden Administration does NOT want to name as such; the HORRIBLE TREATMENT of Women and Children in the heart-wrenching wars and ethnic cleansing in Sudan and Ethiopia cry out for a response.The subjugation and chauvinistic behavior against Women and Girls by Violent an...
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"Write The Vision Make It Plain"

by: Tamera Randolph

02/17/2021

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WRITE THE VISION MONTH

February is “Write the Vision Month” for the New Unity Baptist Church congregation and friends.

Our Theme Scripture: Habakkuk 2:2 – "Write the Vision and Make it Plain on Tablets, That He May Run Who Reads It."

Our Theme for 2021: The Family: Our Representation, Our Identity and Our Diversity

The family offers a variety of images for exploring the African American past and present and the foundation of African American Life.

This year, our WTVM presentati

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The High Cost of Being Poor ~ And the Church's Response

by: Johnny Golden

02/11/2021

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BEING POOR IS NOT CHEAP! 

The cost of poverty in a capitalistic society are extremely expensive including, but certainly not limited to, belongng to "Name it and Claim It"  Churches.

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Christianity: Soiled, Stained, Sullied... (There is a Fountain!)

by: Johnny Golden

02/08/2021

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So-called holy wars are no more sacred, honorable, or divine than jihads or any other calamitous, self righteous military enerprise.

"Arguably we can talk about how the combination of Christianity and white supremacy goes to the American founding, with early folks like Puritans showing up and claiming they’re the nation upon a hill and that this is now their land and they have dominion over it." nytimes.com/2021/02/07/us/white-protestants-ku-klux-klan.html?

A Matter of Condi

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