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Welcome To Zion!!! It is not by happenstance that you are worshipping with us today. It is our prayer that you have been blessed by todays service. If you do not know the Lord as your personal savior it is our prayer that you accept Him now and begin your personal relationship with Him. If there is anything we can do to make your visit more comfortable, please do not hesitate to ask.
If you are in search of a church home, we would love for you to be a part of our family.
We are being Positioned 2 Prosper! and we believe you can join us on our journey. If you are a first time visitor please make sure you shake my hand, as I would love to personally meet and greet you. Once again Thank You For Worshipping With Us ! May your stay with us be indeed A Prosperous Experience!!!
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THE ZION CHURCH POMPANO 1525 NW 7TH STREET POMPANO BEACH FL 33069
Visit our website: www.positioned2prosper.org
Mission Statement:Our mission is to save unbelievers and to disciple, equip, and teach them to be Positioned 2 Prosper in every area of their lives. We will accomplish this task through purposeful evangelism, intentional discipleship, powerful worship, creative and innovative ministry, and continuous fellowship. We glorify God in Faith, Family, Finances, Fitness and Fun. We strive ministry for our community.
As Christ loves all people, our mission is to reach out in love to everyone. Our goal is to impact the City of Pompano with a Five Star Ministry, with the focal point being Jesus Christ. As Christ ministers to the total person, we strive to become a House of Hope, addressing spiritual, emotional, and physical needs in tangible ways. We commit ourselves to the spirit of excellence. We seek the highest, the finest, and the best that God has for us. We strive to honor Him and serve one another in this same spirit of excellence. Our commitment is to Christ and our foundation is the Word of God in its entirety. We Are The Zion Church!
Pastor Nathan E. Austin First Lady Kimberly Austin
At Your Service!!! Nathan E. AustinSenior Pastor Teacherpastora@positioned2prosper.org
Lady Kimberly AustinPrograms Coordinator/Ministry Liaison firstname.lastname@example.org
Patricia RobersonAdministrator Assistantproberson@positioned2prosper.org
Patricia TaylorChurch Clerk Ptaylor@positioned2prosper.org
Brandon McCordYouth Ministerbmccord@positioned2Prosper.org
Earnestine JonesBusiness Manager
Vernell Hicksvhicks@positioned2prosper.orgWorship & Arts Director
Deacons Dwellie Striggles- Lead ServantLafayette Jones - Assistant Lead ServantCharles FannCourtney JonesRicky MaconHenry McCloud Jr.Omega StephensGary ThompsonCharles Wiggians
Phone: 954.977.7101Monday -Thursday 9am-5pm
A Tribute To All Our MothersBy: Pastor A.
Mothers are not rare to find. Good mothers are. What makes good mothers? It is a pertinent question whose answer cannot be contained within a few words. Mothers comprise of a bundle of emotions that sometimes defy reason. So this goes out to all the mothers who have kept awake all night with their sick toddlers in their arms, constantly uttering those compassionate words, Its OK honey, Mommys here.For all the mothers who run carpools and make cookies and cakes all while making costumes. And all the mothers who dont.For those who show up at work with milk stains on their dress and diapers in their handbags.For those mothers who cannot restrain tears from trickling down their cheeks when they hold their babies for the first time in their arms; and for the mothers who give birth to babies theyll never see.For the mothers who gave homes to babies and gifted them a family.For the mothers who yell at their kids who clamour for junk food right before dinner.For the mothers who defy all odds just to watch her kid perform and repeat to themselvesThats my child!!For all the mothers who read the same book twice a night for a year, and then read it again. Just one more time.For the mothers who taught their children to tie the shoelaces even before they started going to school.For the mothers who incontinently turn their heads when they hear the word Mom, even though they know that their kids are nowhere around.For the mothers who silently shed tears for their children who have gone astray.For all those mothers whose heart aches to watch her son or daughter disappear down the street, walking to school alone for the very first time.For all the mothers who children have become a victim of violence, and the mothers of those who were in-volved in the violence.For all the mothers who have played a dual role of mother and father.For the mothers who sit in front of their TVs in horror, clinging to their child who just arrived from school safely.So, this is meant for all the young and aged mothers, working mothers and housewives, married mothers and the single mothers, those with money and without and for those without whom life would have been insufferable. Wish you a very Happy Mothers Day!!
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Health CareSubmitted By: Jasmeka ColvinThe House health care bill up for a vote on Thursday would roll back the Affordable Care Acts expansion of Medicaid, eliminate tax penalties for people who do not have health insurance and end taxes on certain high-income people, insurers, drug companies and manufacturers of medical devices to finance the current health law. Here is a summary of major provisions of the House bill, the American Health Care Act. To help people buy insurance, if they do not have coverage at work or under a government program like Medicare or Medicaid, or through the Department of Veterans Affairs, the bill would offer $2,000 to $4,000 a year tax credits, depending mainly on age. A family could receive up to $14,000 a year in credits. The credits would be reduced for individuals making over $75,000 a year and families making over $150,000.
Under current rules, insurers cannot charge older adults more than three times what they charge young adults for the same coverage. The House bill would allow them to charge five times as much. The Congressional Budget Office said this change would reduce premiums for young adults and increase premiums for older Americans.
The bill would end Medicaid as an open-ended entitlement to health care and would put the program on a budget. States would receive an allotment of federal money for each beneficiary, or, as an alternative, they could take the money in a lump sum as a block grant, with fewer federal requirements. Medicaid cuts would total $880 billion over 10 years.
The bill encourages people to maintain continuous coverage by requiring insurers to impose a 30 percent surcharge on premiums for those who experience a gap in coverage.
Under the bill, states could opt out of certain provisions of the Affordable Care Act, including one that requires insurers to provide a minimum set of health benefits, such as maternity care and emergency services, and another that prohibits them from charging higher premiums based on a persons health status. Insurers would not be allowed to charge higher premiums to sick people unless a state had an alternative mechanism, like a high-risk pool or areinsurance program, to help provide coverage for people with serious illnesses.
The bill would provide states with $138 billion over 10 years that could be used for various purposes like subsidizing premiums, providing coverage to people with pre-existing conditions and paying for mental health care and the treatment of drug addiction.
The bill would cut the taxes of high-income people by nearly $300 billion over 10 years by repealing a payroll tax increase and a tax on their investment income imposed by the Affordable Care Act.
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2. Paper Goods: Paper towels, toilet tissue, paper plates & utensilsCleaning Supplies: cleaning agents, broom, mops & buckets and garbage bagsFood: hotdogs, buns, snacks, chips, cookies, fruit cups, juice and water.Arts: crayons, pencils, markers, construction paper, copy paper and writingpaper.
Note: Monetary donations are welcomed
3. Happening This Month In The Den: Freedoms Friday: May 26th
Open your Eyes
The importance of having your own vision and plan and not blindly following others.
LOZ At Your ServiceMinister Brandon T. McCord- Youth Director Email: Bmccord@Positioned2Prosper.org
Myosha Habersham- Assistant Director/Childrens Church CoordinatorAdrianna McDuffie & Nancy (Peaches) Nadal- Finance Committee Vernell Hicks- Worship, Arts & Music DirectorStephon Roberson- Outing CoordinatorNatosha King & Malika Palmer- Special Events CommitteeCarolyn Thompson- Sunday school CoordinatorSunday School/Childrens Church Instructors:Earlene OchoaGeorgina ShowersRondisha Showers
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