Compassion International brings children in Third World countries together with sponsors looking to help them improve their situations. Compassion International is unique in the fact that the child and sponsor are able to communicate with one another through letters and even has an application on cell phones to allow sponsors to send messages to the children.
Photo by Donna Rogers Fe Anam Avis facilitates the workshop “Soul Shop: Ministering to Suicidal Desperation” on April 21. BY DONNA ROGERS THE CHRONICLE As the preacher in the pulpit
Submitted photo “The Compassion Experience” exhibit is shown from the outside. SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Union Baptist will host “The Compassion Experience,” an interactive, immersive display that allows individuals to
Photo by Tevin Stinson The Forsyth Jail & Prison Ministries and supporters conduct a prayer circle around the jail on Friday, April 22, praying for the inmates, families, police and
Photo by Timothy Ramsey The congregation of Galilee Missionary Baptist Church exit the theater after viewing the film”Risen” on Wednesday,
Photo by Tevin Stinson Security expert Bobby Kimbrough Jr. discusses the importance of maintaining security in the place of worship
Submitted photo Pastor Cassandry Keys Special to The Chronicle CHRIST Temple C.M.E. Church, 2935 N. Glenn Ave. , formerly Reynolds
Photo by Timothy Ramsey Rabbi Mark Cohn speaks during Agape Faith Church’s Night to Honor Israel on Sunday, April 10.
Photo by Timothy Ramsey Dr. Mendez and the Palestinian delegates after the church service on Sunday, April 10 BY TIMOTHY
SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Emmanuel Baptist Church of Winston Salem will host a Palestinian Christian delegation from Bethlehem over