Time is short for each and every one of us


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Charles Warner | The Union Daily Times By some accounts, Christians make up the overwhelming majority of people around the world being persecuted for their religious beliefs. Those doing the persecuting range from Islalmic terrorists and dictatorships in the Middle East and elsewhere to the communist regimes in China and North Korea. Furthermore, there are those that claim that this persecution of Christians is growing and spreading around the world. If all that is so, it raises the question of whether or not we are living in what has been called the Last Days, the era of human history that will proceed the Rapture of the Church, the reign of the Antichrist during the Tribulation Period, and the return of Christ and the Battle of Armageddon. It’s an important question, but regardless of whether these are the Last Days or not, the more important question is are you ready to come face to face with the Lord Jesus Christ, either at the Final Judgment which follows His triumph over the Devil or if you die before then? That’s the most important question of all because whether we are in the Last Days or not, time is short for all of us because this life ends and when it does eternity begins and whether we are ready or not will determine where we spend eternity.


Saturday, Sept. 12

8-11 a.m.: Buffalo United Methodist Church sponsors are Benefit Breakfast for a cancer patient currently going through treatments. There will also be a bake sale and each participant will be awarded a small door prize. Please join us in this community effort.

Sunday, Sept. 13

10 a.m.: The Gospel Chorus of the Foster Chapel Baptist Church in Jonesville celebrates their anniversary. Everyone is welcome to come and join us for this joyous occasion. Rev. W. E. Smith, Pastor.

11 a.m.: Lockhart Free Will Baptist Church holds Homecoming. The guest speaker will be Rev. Danny Keen. Dinner will be served at noon. We invite friends and former members of the church to attend.

11 a.m.: New Hope A.M.E. Zion Church holds an Appreciation Program for their pastor, Rev. Ronnie B. McCrorey during the Sunday morning worship service. The public is invited.

1 p.m.: The descendents of Byrd and Etta Smith Ivey holds their Annual Family Reunion at Tabernacle Baptist Church Fellowship Hall. Please bring a well-filled picnic basket and drinks. Plates, cups, silverware, and ice will be provided.

2 p.m.: The Cedar Grover Missionary Baptist Church, 478 Cedar Grove Church Road, Jonesville, cordially invites you to our upcoming annual Deacons and Trustees program. Rev. Anthony Wilson of Bethany Baptist Church, Jonesville, will be delivering the messages.

If you are unable to attend, we ask that you please send your blessings and prayers that this program continues to be a success. Grace and peace be multiplied unto you in the mighty name of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Sunday, Sept. 13-Thursday, Sept. 17

6 p.m. & 7 p.m.: St. Paul Baptist Church holds revival. The Rev. Adrian Kollock, pastor of Poplar Springs AME Church of Laurens, will be the guest speaker at the 6 p.m. Sunday service. The Rev. Charles B. Jackson Sr., pastor of the Brookland Baptist Church of West Columbia, will be the speaker during the 7 p.m. Monday-Thursday services. Rev. A.L. Brackett, Pastor.

Buffalo United Methodist Church sponsors are Benefit Breakfast for a cancer patient currently going through treatments. There will also be a bake sale and each participant will be awarded a small door prize. Please join us in this community effort.

Saturday, Sept. 19

11 a.m.: The pastor, members and friends of Kingdom Heart Ministry are extremely excited about our upcoming Women Conference.

Our theme is Ultimate Survival and we would like to personally invite you and your friends to share this with us.

The conference will be held at Cedar Grove Missionary Baptist Church, 478 Cedar Grove Road, Jonesville.

Be sure to save the date so we can personally spoil you while you experience our outstanding worship and amazing speakers Sister Eliza Thompson, Lady Vonda Wilson, Sister Jocelyn Peake, Minister Rita Mims, Deacon Sonja Harris, and Minister Jackie Peake Thompson. Please join us with an expectation to be loved, embraced, strengthened, and uplifted.

Our prayer for this conference is that we all will be more fully awakened and receptive to God’s incredible love, that we will experience his presence more deeply and intimately, and that we will allow his Holy Spirit to quicken us to understand our value and purpose. The attire will be camouflage if you wish.

Rev. Edward Pressley, Pastor. Sister Teresa Nash, Secretary.

7 a.m.-3 p.m.: The McBeth Baptist Church Praise Dance Team Ministry holds a Yard Sale, Hot Dog Sale and Car Wash at McBeth Baptist Church, 105 Lawson Avenue, Union.

The menu includes:

• 1 Hot Dog — $1.25

• 2 Hot Dogs — $2

• Chips — .50

• Canned Sodas — $1

• Bottled Water — $1

The Car Wash portion of the event includes:

• Cars Washed — $10

• SUV’s/Trucks — $15

The funds raised will be used by the Praise Dance Team to purchase new uniforms.

Sunday, Sept. 20

11 a.m., 2 p.m. & 3 p.m.: Community Missionary Church, 2230 Lockhart Highway, holds its Annual One-Day Revival on

The guest speaker for the 11 a.m. service will be Minister Chris Dillard, Associate Minister of Changing Your Mind Ministries in Taylors.

Our guest speaker for the afternoon service will be Dr. Karras Cohen Pastor of Abiding Grace Ministries in Greer, SC

Dinner will be served from 2-3 p.m.

2 p.m.: Woodson Chapel Baptist Church holds their Annual Women’s Day Program. Minister Jannie Gist, Assistant Minister of Wyatt’s Chapel Baptist Church in Buffalo, will be the speaker. The public is invited. Rev. Robert E. Collins, Pastor.

3 p.m.: Corinth Baptist Church holds its annual revival. Rev. Terry W. Norman, former Union resident and current pastor of Old Pilgrim Baptist Church in Greenville County will be the guest speaker. Rev. J. Archie Calhoun, Pastor.

Sunday, Sept. 20-Wednesday, Sept. 23

9:30-10:45 a.m., 12:30 p.m. & 7 p.m.: Bethlehem United Methodist Church holds Homecoming and Revival.

Homecoming will begin with Morning Worship on Sunday, Sept. 20 from 9:30-10:45 a.m. The Rev. Mike Scales will bring the message.

Sunday School will follow from 10:45 a.m.-11:45 a.m.

There will be a Covered Dish Meal at 12:30 p.m. following the morning service. Everyone is invited to stay for the fellowship over in the Family Life Building. Please bring a well-filled basket.

Tea will be provided.

Sunday Evening Service begins our revival at 7 p.m. Mr. Michael Grady will bring the message.

The revival continues on the following evenings with the following speakers:

Monday, Sept. 21 at 7 p.m. with Rev. Ron Towery of Buffalo United Methodist Church.

Tuesday, Sept. 22 at 7 p.m. with Rev. Kevin Dalton of Landrum United Methodist Church.

Wednesday, Sept. 23 at 7 p.m. with Rev. Tuie Wentz of Duncan Acres United Methodist Church and Bethel United Methodist Church.

There will be special music each night. Come out and join us and receive a blessing!

Friday, Sept. 25

2:15 p.m.: Maple Ridge Baptist Church holds their usher program. The speaker will be Rev . Roderick Oglesby of Bethesda Baptist Church in Santuck. We look forward to fellowshipping with you all .

Sunday, Sept. 27

3 p.m.: The Union County Prayer Foundation will be having their 1st Fellowship Service. It will be held at The Clinton Chapel on South Enterprise St in Union.

Come and help us lift up the Name of Jesus in fellowship with one another.

Charles Warner | The Union Daily Times By some accounts, Christians make up the overwhelming majority of people around the world being persecuted for their religious beliefs. Those doing the persecuting range from Islalmic terrorists and dictatorships in the Middle East and elsewhere to the communist regimes in China and North Korea. Furthermore, there are those that claim that this persecution of Christians is growing and spreading around the world. If all that is so, it raises the question of whether or not we are living in what has been called the Last Days, the era of human history that will proceed the Rapture of the Church, the reign of the Antichrist during the Tribulation Period, and the return of Christ and the Battle of Armageddon. It’s an important question, but regardless of whether these are the Last Days or not, the more important question is are you ready to come face to face with the Lord Jesus Christ, either at the Final Judgment which follows His triumph over the Devil or if you die before then? That’s the most important question of all because whether we are in the Last Days or not, time is short for all of us because this life ends and when it does eternity begins and whether we are ready or not will determine where we spend eternity.
http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_IMG_00011.jpgCharles Warner | The Union Daily Times By some accounts, Christians make up the overwhelming majority of people around the world being persecuted for their religious beliefs. Those doing the persecuting range from Islalmic terrorists and dictatorships in the Middle East and elsewhere to the communist regimes in China and North Korea. Furthermore, there are those that claim that this persecution of Christians is growing and spreading around the world. If all that is so, it raises the question of whether or not we are living in what has been called the Last Days, the era of human history that will proceed the Rapture of the Church, the reign of the Antichrist during the Tribulation Period, and the return of Christ and the Battle of Armageddon. It’s an important question, but regardless of whether these are the Last Days or not, the more important question is are you ready to come face to face with the Lord Jesus Christ, either at the Final Judgment which follows His triumph over the Devil or if you die before then? That’s the most important question of all because whether we are in the Last Days or not, time is short for all of us because this life ends and when it does eternity begins and whether we are ready or not will determine where we spend eternity.
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