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Road to Damascus The


For ChristianFamilies,Singles,& Youths Celebrating Ministry throughout Western & Central Ohio

Volume 1, Issue 9


Champaign, Clark & Logan Counties


Featured Church

Words from the Pastor

Pastor Earnest Brown Sr.

"No Coincidence" To the child of God, there is no such thing as coincidence and chance. God in His wisdom and providence orders our steps for His purposes and glory. Even what appears to be an accident or tragedy is an opportunity for God to ultimately mold and shape us for good. God’s wisdom contrasted with Satan’s lack of understanding is clearly seen throughout the Christmas story. Paul tells us in 1 Corinthians 2: 6-10, that “we speak of God’s secret wisdom, a wisdom that has been hidden and that God destined for our glory before time began. None of the rulers understood it…” Satan knew according to Micah 5:2 that the Messiah would be born in

Satan remembered from heaven resided at a level of glory unimagined on earth. He was sure that God in heaven would not allow His Son to be born in a barn. He probably told his demons to search the finest homes, the suburbs, the most illustrious surroundings and the newest housing developments. He didn’t expect Saint John Missionary Baptist Church the king to be born in an urban setting. But 34 W. Pleasant St., Springfield Ohio Bethlehem. Satan is not all-knowing. Therefore, he did not know the timing of the God fooled Satan. “God has chosen the foolish things of the world to shame the birth. So, in another endless effort to thwart the purpose of God, he summoned wise” (1 Cor. 1:27). demons from around the universe to concentrate on the Holy Land, specifically around the region of Bethlehem. The first thing God did was choose a man and woman from Nazareth, not Bethlehem, to become the parents of the Savior. Satan It is a reminder to all of us that if God will use a man and woman from Nazareth, He was looking for a couple to come out of Bethlehem. will use a man or woman from Springfield or Urbana, Clark County or Champaign Secondly, He saw to it that the woman’s purity and morality would not be in County, the suburbs or the projects, to question. In Luke 1 the angel Gabriel visits a young virgin named Mary and accomplish His purposes and will. With God’s message was clear: conception will come by the “power of the Holy God, nothing happens by coincidence. All Spirit.” The child will be both the “Son of God” and the One fulfilling the He needs is a willing heart to receive that prophet’s promise of a king from the line of David. on Christmas Day God became flesh and Third, God arranged to move Mary and Joseph to Bethlehem in time for the birth dwelt among us. He came for the purpose without drawing attention. When Caesar Augustus called for census of the empire, of saving us from our sin, so that God God had put it in his heart. Proverbs 21:1 states, “The king’s heart is like channels could use our lives to reflect Him to a world in need of a Savior. Years later, of water in the hand of the Lord; he turns it wherever he wishes.” Mary and nudged by the Holy Spirit, John the Joseph were among thousands returning to their ancestral home for the census. With Bethlehem’s inns and available homes filled, the young couple took the only Baptist would herald, “Behold the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the thing available, a stable. She brought forth her firstborn son and laid him in a world!” manger, for there was no room for them in the inn” (Luke 2:7). The God whom by Pastor Earnest Brown Sr

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Inside this Edition… - St. John Missionary Baptist Church (Springfield, OH) – Pg. 1 & 3 - "I Remember Christmas" (Urbana's Gloria Theater) – Pg. 2 - Community News – Pg. 4

- The Israel Brown Project – Pg. 5 - Music & Entertainment – Pg. 6 (Area Concerts) - Community Events - Pg. 7 & 8

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St. John Missionary Baptist Church 34 W. Pleasant St. Springfield, Ohio 45006 (937) 323-3504

Service Times: Sunday Morning Service: Wed Intercessory Prayer Wed Bible Study Wed Eve Intercessory Prayer Wed Eve Bible Study

8 a.m. & 11 a.m. 11a.m. - 12 p.m. 12 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. 6 p.m. - 7 p.m. 7 p.m. St. John Missionary Baptist Church - New Sanctuary

St. John Missionary Baptist Church - Old Sanctuary

Pastors and members of St John have always had a vision, looking forward to building a legacy. Even though black people worshiped in the available white churches in the 1800's, they were eager to establish their own Church 1819 first black church in Springfield, North Street African Methodist Episcopal was organized. St. John Baptist Church was established in 1886 in the old German Lutheran Building on the corner of Fisher and Columbia Street. By 1900, the first Missionary Society was organized. Fifty industrious members of the congregation moved to the location at 34 West Pleasant Street. The building was quite small, consisting of the sanctuary that was divided into the front and back, with a small balcony above the back portion. A pot-bellied stove heated the back section of the sanctuary. The Unfinished basement was only partially dug out. Records indicate that St. John held a play on Friday, June 11th, 1909 entitled “Scenes in the Union Depot,” cost of admission was 10 cents per person. During the depression of 1921, St.John Baptist Church employed over 40 of the out of work members who were hired to dig out more of the basement to accommodate a place for a cooking stove and a restroom. St John prospered and grew so that in 1929, property was purchased at 510 and 512 South Center Street. The vision was for the future planning of building a new church. It was in the late 1920’s / early 1930’s that several families donated the stained glass windows to the church.

In 1937, an annex was constructed consisting of a study for the pastor, and a choir robe room that also doubled as a Sunday school classroom. The members did most of the work. Then, in 1957 additional properties east of the church were purchased. The Church became incorporated and added “Missionary” to its title. The long-range plan to build an education building became a reality in 1962. Again, many members donated much of their time to assist in the construction of this addition. Men of St John narrowly escaped injury when a portion of the building collapse as the basement was being dug out. In 1971 after a fund drive, the parking lot was built. In 1981, additional property was purchased on the northwest corner of South Fountain. In 1983 another fund drive was successful and was used to dig out the remaining basement under the sanctuary where many of our classrooms are presently located. In 2001, we are currently embarking on a project to bring into reality the vision that members held back in 1929. A common thread runs through St. John Missionary Baptist church’s history, a vision to increase God's kingdom, assist those in need, to work together, to know that our church is not merely a building, but a congregation who is spirit

filled, acknowledging a need to worship and serve our Redeemer and Savior, who with God the Father and the Holy Spirit, guides our every deed. It is evident that St. John Missionary Baptist Church has been “Building a Legacy of Faith” since its inception. We have much to remember and much to yet encounter. As we continue to strengthen our prayer life, increase our Bible Study, enrich our praise and worship, we can encourage our future leaders to expand the vision and “KEEP GOD FIRST”. Article courtesy of St. John Missionary Baptist Church

Heavenly Treats With Christmas being this month, I wanted this month’s recipe to be special as our Savior’s birth. Since I did not have any recipe anywhere near that special I decided to include this recipe. You cannot go wrong with a recipe that has you read your Bible and get a tasty treat in the process. I hope you have fun with this recipe. May you have a safe and wonderful Christmas with your family and friends. God Bless and see you next year.

Scripture Cookies Ingredients: 3/4 cup Psalm 55:21 1/3 cup 1 Corinthians 3:2 1 1/2 cup Proverb 25:27 2 Isaiah 10:14 2 cups 1 Kings 4:22 1 tsp Exodus 30:23 1/2 tsp Matthew 5:13 3 cups Mark 4:7 1 cup 1 Samuel 30:12 Mix the first 4 ingredients together; mix in the rest. Make tablespoon-sized drops onto parchment paper lined cookie sheets. Bake at 350 degrees for about 15 minutes. Few notes use sugar for honey, use baking soda instead of yeast, and oatmeal is the grain listed in the recipe, and finally instead of raisins I recommend chocolate chips Once again, I hope you and your family enjoy this sweet treat. I look forward to sharing with you next month another new recipe for your friends and family to enjoy. I would also like to share some of your favorite recipes with the community. Please send me some of your favorites to be shared with our readers. Email recipes to: [email protected]

Ms. Dionna Your "Faithful" Culinarian

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COMMUNITY NEWS! UNION STATION RECEIVES DONATED COMPUTERS, UPGRADES AND REPAIRS This donation was made possible by eGreen Computers, of Marysville, OH. eGreen Computers is a close knit group of people who bring their talents together to create a comprehensive IT solutions for small companies. “We are extremely blessed and grateful for the generous donation by eGreen Computers. Through Union Station’s partnerships with employment agencies, we strive to get individuals to work, help school age children with schoolwork, and through our Café adults can enjoy refreshments while browsing the latest current events as their children play in our gym”, said Eli Carter, Executive Director. Union Station is a Christ-centered Community Center whose mission is to partner with the body of Christ to identify and provide gospel-centered ministries to meet the needs of our community. To find more information about Union Station please visit You can also visit eGreen Computers at News Release Courtesy of Union Station

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"The Young and the Righteous" THE ISRAEL BROWN PROJECT The Next Big Thing...

"In 2007 I had never given testimony. I hadn't done "Spoken Word". I wasn't involved in ministry. But I felt as if God spoke to me. He told me He wanted me to be apart of bringing His church together. He wanted to go beyond denominations, beyond black and white, beyond religion, and into relationship. He wanted me to do this by bringing together His people through the arts.

photo courtesy of Marmon Valley Ministires

Our goal is to bring church to the unchurched. We also like to encourage men and women with God given gifts and passion who might be singing in the shower, reciting poetry in their bedroom, praise dancing in their living room, to come out and shine their God given light on the world.

Our prayer is to find sponsors in the community who may want to support us in being a blessing to In 2010 I began testifying those in need. We also by doing spoken word hope to be able to poetry. This gave me an compensate these opportunity to meet amazing artist for their various men and women of time and effort as well God with amazing talents. as to be able to move In 2013 my wife and I out into bigger and started a poetry group which wider venues so as to grew into the Israel Brown make even more impact Project. Matthew "Israel" Brown on the community. Our November 22nd event Our main desire is to bring hope to the at the Depot Coffee House in hopeless. To shine a light on those who Urbana, Ohio brought gospel singer are hurting. To release those who have and guitarist Jerry Klaus and the been held captive by addiction, Lighthouse Tabernacle choir to our depression, and this dark, dark world. project. Along with seven year old And to be pleasing to our wonderful, praise dancer Izana Foster and her merciful, almighty God". father spoken word artist, Robert (June June) Foster. We featured the On December 13, 2014, The Israel gospel ministry of Aaron Clark and Brown Project returns to the Coffee his phenomenal band out of Depot in Urbana. The program starts at Springfield, Ohio. 6pm and features Gospel singer Rashawn Truss. The Isreal Brown Baptist, Protestants, the saved and Project continues to grow so plan to unsaved, black, white, rich and poor, all came together and God moved in a arrive early. mighty way.

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DECEMBER 2014 Calendar of Events Monday, Dec 1st & 8th Orange Grove Kids Club

Monday, Dec 1st & 8th Fellowship Youth Night 6:30 p.m.* at Fellowship Christian Church 2301 Valley Loop Dr. - Springfield Ohio Our crazy Monday fun night for teens 6th-12th grade. High School session starts at 7pm. For more information contact Cyle Young at 937-322-5381 or email at [email protected]

Friday, Dec 5th & 6th An Out of Box Christmas 6:30 p.m.* at Fellowship Christian Church 2301 Valley Loop Drive - Springfield Ohio Bring the whole family for the great Christmas experience where kids of all ages will perform a theater-style show about the true meaning of Christmas. For more info contact: Candice Young at 937-322-5381 or email: [email protected] cost is free

1st & 3rd Monday of Each Month Lifesong Women's Chronic Pain Support Group 6:30 p.m.- 8 p.m. * at Quest Community Church Meets the first and third Monday of each month.

6:30 p.m.* at Fellowship Christian Church 2301 Valley Loop Dr. - Springfield Ohio Our high-energy Monday night program for kids 3 years to 5th grade. An evening full of music, games, crafts, and fun! For more information contact Candice Young at 937-322-5381 or email at [email protected]

Saturday, Dec 6th, 13th & 20th Sunday, Dec 7th, 14th & 21st Christmas: The Birth of God on Earth Message Series

Thursday, December 4 Christmas Toy Swap 7 p.m.* at LifeNet Christian Fellowship 142 Dellinger Rd., Urbana Ohio Christmas Toy Swap - Moms bring toys that are in like new condition that your child no longer plays with. Take home toys nice enough to gift to your child. *It's Christmas shopping without your purse. Also accepting donated toys! *Adults only please. (after all, this is Christmas shopping) If you need additional information contact Julie Yohey at 937-869-2350

At Fellowship Christian Church 2301 Valley Loop Drive - Springfield Ohio Join as we explore four perspectives from the New Testament account and what they have to say to us this Christmas season. For more info contact Heather Ives at 937-322-5381 or E-mail: [email protected] Saturdays @ 6:30pm / Sundays @ 9am & 11am

Saturday, December 13 FREE Homecooked Breakfast 9 a.m. - 10 a.m. * at LifeNet Christian Fellowship 142 Dellinger Rd., Urbana Ohio Whether you are down on your luck or you would like some friendly company, please join us for a nice warm home cooked meal at Life Net Fellowship. Contact Name Chris Livingston Contact Number 9376521303 Cost Free Contact E-mail [email protected]

"What is the true meaning of Christmas?" Answer: The true meaning of Christmas is love. John 3:16-17 says, "For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through him." The true meaning of Christmas is the celebration of this incredible act of love. The real Christmas story is the story of God's becoming a human being in the Person of Jesus Christ. Why did God do such a thing? Because He loves us! Why was Christmas necessary? Because we needed a Savior! Why does God love us so much? Because He is love itself (1 John 4:8). Why do we celebrate Christmas each year? Out of gratitude for what God did for us, we remember His birth by giving each other gifts, worshipping Him, and being especially conscious of the poor and less fortunate. The true meaning of Christmas is love. God loved His own and provided a way—the only Way —for us to spend eternity with Him. He gave His only Son to take our punishment for our sins. He paid the price in full, and we are free from condemnation when we accept that free gift of love. "But God demonstrated His own love for us in this: while we were still sinners, Christ died for us" (Romans 5:8). Read more:

Sunday, December 7 No Room At The Inn 2pm - 5pm* at Messiah Lutheran Church 1013 Lawn Ave. - Urbana OH Exhibit consists of hundreds of nativity sets from around the world. Live concert will be performed in the sanctuary at 3:00 p.m. featuring the Champaign County Senior Center “Guys and Dolls,” and The Urbana Melody Makes and “Let’s Jam” Show Choir at 3:30 p.m. There will be a hands-on children’s activity area There will be a silent auction. There will be a Spaghetti dinner from 2-5:00p featuring homemade spaghetti and sauce, salad, garlic bread, desserts and drinks. The cost is $5 for adults and $3 for children under 12. There is no admission fee. Free will donations will be accepted. All donations will benefit the Caring Kitchen and the homeless of Champaign County. Anyone may bring nativity sets to the church on Saturday December 6 from 11a.m. -1:00 be included in the display. Exhibitors do not need to be present on Sunday the7th. Nativities should be picked up after 5 pm on Sunday the 7th. Anyone wishing to display their nativity set(s), and who have questions should contact Mike Henson at (937) 408-1517.

Saturday, December 13 FREE Homecooked Breakfast 9 a.m. at Life Net Fellowship / Stepping Stones 142 Dellinger Rd., Urbana Ohio Come for a FREE home cooked breakfast from 9-10:30 am at Stepping Stones/Life Net Fellowship. From 9-10:30 a.m. Contact Name Chris Livingston Contact Number 9376521303 Cost Free Contact E-mail [email protected]

He said unto them, "Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation..."

Mark 16:15

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DECEMBER 2014 Calendar of Events cont. Saturday, December 13 Christmas Bazaar 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. - * at Jerusalem Second Baptist Church 1036 S. High St.- Urbana Ohio

Join us for a special family Christmas service on Tuesday ForFor more Online morning. more information info contact Mike visit Bird at 937-926-2363 or E-mail: [email protected]

Sat, Dec. 20th @ 7pm & Sun, Dec. 21st @ 6pm at Urbana's Gloria Theatre 216 South Main St. - Urbana Ohio Meet the Miller’s and Jackson’s in “I Remember Christmas” at Urbana’s Gloria Theatre. With a broken down car on a snowy Christmas Eve in 1939, two cultures collide in a celebration that asks the question, “Can there really be peace on earth toward all men” With joyful music and provoking conversation, our black/white cast will inspire you to connect with the real message of Christmas. This production was written by Warren Matson and features Angie Clark, Dechard Watson and many other fine players from Champaign County. Tickets are only $5. For ticket information please call Tammy at 937-508-3286

Wednesday, December 24 Christmas Eve at Fellowship 4 p.m. - 5 p.m. - * at Fellowship Christian Church 2301 Valley Loop Rd. - Springfield Ohio Join us for one of six Christmas Eve services at our two campuses this year. Upper Valley campus: 4, 6, & 8 PM. Spring Hill campus: 4, 6, & 10 PM. The 10 PM service at the Spring Hill campus will be a special candlelight and traditional hymn service. Nursery up to 2 years will be provided at all except the 10 PM service. See you there! For more info contact Chris Skinner at 937-322-5381 E-mail [email protected]

8a.m.- 11a.m. * at St. Paris Municipal Bldg. Sponsored by the St. Paris 1st Church of God For more info contact St. Paris Church of God 937-663-4441 or [email protected]

6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. - * at Grace Baptist Church 960 Children's Home Rd. - Urbana Ohio

10 a.m. - 12 p.m. - * at Grace Baptist Church 960 Children's Home Rd. - Urbana Ohio

"I Remember Christmas"

Free Community Pancake Breakfast

10 a.m. - 12 p.m. - * at Grace Baptist Church 960 Children's Home Rd. - Urbana Ohio

Tuesday, December 23 Season of Light

Cost FREE ADMISSION!!! For more info E-mail [email protected]

3rd Saturday of Each Month

Sunday, December 21 Season of Light

Our children's Sunday school will perform selected Christmas songs followed by a special Christmas message from our pastor.

Get your "last minute" Christmas shopping done in one place!!! Over 20 vendors, baked goods, specialty items that can only be found @ the bazaar!!! Portion of proceeds will go towards sponsoring a needy family for the Christmas holidays - 4p.m.

Sat, Dec. 20 & Sun, Dec. 21

Sunday, December 14 Sunday School Christmas Musical

Wednesday, December 24 Christmas Eve Worship Services 7 p.m. Service and 11 p.m. Service Urbana United Methodist Church 238 N. Main St.- Urbana Ohio The Urbana United Methodist Church, invites the community to two Christmas Eve worship services: 7 p.m., a contemporary service ideal for young families 11 p.m. traditional candlelight service, which will feature the adult choir presenting the cantata "The Christmas Story: a Classic Carol Celebration" by Tom Fettke and Thomas Grassi.

Wednesday, December 31 Vows to Keep Couples' Barn Dance 8 pm - 10:30 pm - * at Marmon Valley Farm 7754 Ohio 292,- Zanesfield Ohio Grab your honey and have a hoot learning to dance with Wrangler Matt! VowsToKeep brings you that face-to-face and shoulder-to-shoulder time you are BOTH looking for in this fun outing. The date night will enhance your marriage as you cut loose together, step on toes and consider the future of your marriage. Plan some special time with your spouse this New Year’s Eve! This 2-hour date will be the laughter and fun your relationship has needed. David and Tracy Sellars with VowsToKeep will be your hosts. In between the dancing action, gather around some Hot Apple Cider with other couples for a time of connection. For more info contact David Sellars at 860-531-8697 or [email protected] Cost: $20

Christmas Cantata Free Christmas Dinner at 5:00 PM For more info contact Mike Bird at 937-926-2363 or E-mail: [email protected]

Wednesday, December 24 Christmas Eve Service 7 p.m. - 8 p.m. - * at Highlands United Church of Christ 1910 St. Paris Pike - Springfield Ohio Christmas Eve will be celebrated with scripture, song, and special music. Candles will light the sanctuary as the story of the Christ child is told again. This service is open to all including any who have not heard the story. Jesus did not reject people. Neither does Highlands United Church of Christ. For more info contact Jan Kushmaul at 937-206-1005 E-mail [email protected]

3rd Week of Each Month The Wherehouse Food Ministry 9a.m.- 12p.m. * at 110 W. Church St., Urbana Coordinated by the Urbana United Methodist Church Open the third week of each month (Aug 18-22). Hours are 9 a.m.- noon, Mon, Wed, Thurs & Fri and from 6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. on Tuesdays The ministry, coordinated by the Urbana United Methodist Church, provides basic food and personal care items for those in need. Partnering churches include Bowlusville UMC, Cable UMC, First Christian Church of Urbana, Kingscreek UMC, Fifth Lutheran Church of Springfield, Messiah Lutheran Church of Urbana, Church of the Nazarene Urbana and Terre Haute UMC. All are welcome to help. To volunteer, call The WhereHouse, 937-653-4892.

Wednesday, December 24 Christmas Eve at Fellowship 10 p.m. - 11 p.m. - * at Fellowship Christian 714 N. Limestone St.- Springfield Ohio

Join us for one of six Christmas Eve services at our two campuses this year. Upper Valley campus: 4, 6, & 8 PM. Wednesday, December 24 Spring Hill campus: 4, 6, & 10 PM. The 10 PM service at the Spring Hill campus will be a special candlelight and Christmas Eve Service traditional hymn service. Nursery up to 2 years will be 7 p.m. at Life Net Fellowship provided at all except the 10 PM service. See you there! 142 Dellinger Rd.- Urbana Ohio For more info contact Chris Skinner at 937-322-5381 Come celebrate the birth of Jesus with us. For more info E-mail [email protected] contact Chris Livingston at 937-652-1303 or email at [email protected]